Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sitcom about three middle-aged women who relocate from L.A. to the Midwest relies on quotable one-liners about sex and other cheeky topics -- such as, "I say we kill him and make his underage whore watch." Characters also drink socially, which can sometimes lead to poor decision-making, and use words like "slut," "whore," and "bastard." There's also a joke that suggests that a character in her 80s smokes marijuana.
Sexual innuendo and use of words like "whore" and "slut" as punchlines; adult women talk about sex and, on occasion, engage in sexual relationships with men off camera.
Some "gateway" words like "hell," "bastard," "friggin'," etc., as well as terms like "whore" and "slut."
The show's main messages tout the importance of female friendships and independence and embrace a more relaxed look at age and beauty.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some social drinking that occasionally affects adult characters' decision-making; a few humorous references to marijuana.