Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sitcom deals with dating and relationships, both romantic and platonic. Every episode involves drinking alcohol, often to drunkenness. The show features stereotypical characters and scenarios, like a husband who lies to his overbearing wife so he can go drinking with his buddies. There's some kissing, minor groping, and lots of discussion about sex and the dynamics involved in sexual relationships. Characters use mild adult language frequently.
Lots of discussion about sex, including one-night-stands. Some kissing, groping, tame sexual scenarios.
Frequent mild expletives: "ass," "sucks," "balls," etc.
The main characters are generally good (if bland) people, though one is a love-'em-and-leave-'em guy. Characters fit gender stereotypes and discuss men and women in stereotypical ways. The main character is a woman in an unconventional role. The cast is virtually all white.
Glimpse of an Apple computer.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Tons of alcohol consumption: tequila shots, beer pitchers, whiskey, etc. Drunkenness, hangovers -- all dealt with humorously. Sends the message that fun = drinking.