Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this '90s sitcom about a married couple sometimes includes discussion about adult relationship issues like sex or parenting. But these topics are handled with light humor, and nothing ever gets graphic. When Paul and Jamie fight, things can be a little tense, but it never lasts long. A supporting character is gay, and occasional episodes include accepting-but-awkward discussion of same-sex relationships. One character struggles with psychological issues, including an eating disorder, but these subjects are mostly played for laughs.
Funny, vague references to sex within a committed relationship.
Occasional "hell" or "damn."
The comedy depicts relatable marital and family issues, from dealing with pressure from work to deciding to have a baby to managing relationships with in-laws. Everything is very upbeat and generally positive.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasional social drinking.