Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this quirky series offers some good but subtle lessons about the benefits of diversity and the ability of people from different backgrounds to get along within the confines of a small community. It's not a comedy in the traditional sense either, but the overall tone is light rather than dramatic. Expect to hear some low-level swearing (including "crap," "damn," etc.) and see a little social drinking that sometimes leads to drunkenness. There's also some light sexual tension between male and female characters, along with a bit of violence (and occasional blood) related to hunting or some type of minor injury.
Light sexual tension/banter between male and female characters. A married couple consists of an older man with a much younger wife and there are ongoing storylines relating to the appropriateness of the match.
Actual violence is rare but guns are present, mostly used for hunting. There are also some injuries with small amounts of blood.
Audible words include "crap," "hooker," "damn," etc.
Through its characters, the show stresses diversity and individuality within the context of a quirky small-town community. There's also a palpable sense of connection among the characters, in spite of their cultural and physical differences.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking, with occasional drunkenness played for humor. Many scenes occur in a bar/restaurant.