Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this over-the-top British sketch comedy series has lots of simulated nudity -- the male stars don topless, rotund female costumes for some skits. They also sometimes sport thongs themselves, leaving little to the imagination. Much of the show's purposely crass humor involves stereotypes of groups including homosexuals, the overweight, the disabled, and the elderly.
Male characters wear thong underwear. Actors dress in suits that make them look like naked heavyset women. Conversations often refer to sex: A man says he wants a "good hard shag," and a woman encourages a gay friend to get "some bum." Homosexuality is the brunt of multiple jokes.
Infrequent comic scuffles never result in injury.
"Bitch" is popular.
The series is based on jokes at the expense of people who are elderly, overweight, disabled, homosexual, etc. Any and all personality quirks are exploited for laughs. Body humor is prevalent, as when a woman urinates on the floor without notice.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some sketches show characters smoking or drinking alcohol.