Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that simulated sex and strong language are rampant throughout this adult-oriented British comedy. Very little is off-limits here; in one episode alone there were scenes involving same-sex kissing, orgasms, an orgy, a man's barely hidden erection, and a woman in a revealing bra. Because dialogue includes the inner thoughts of the two main male characters, viewers are often exposed to their superficial and socially desperate feelings. While it's clearly not a good choice for all but the most mature teens, adults may enjoy the slightly jaded view of the guys' very different approaches to romantic endeavors.
Simulated sex is common. Genitalia aren't visible, but women are shown in bras, and men's erections are visible under clothing. In one scene, a woman and man enjoy a quiet but obvious mutual orgasm. There's frequent mention of female and male genitalia, lots of kissing and fondling, references to orgies (in one scene, a man and woman have sex while another man watches), and some same-sex kissing.
In one scene, a man's internal thoughts mention bringing a gun to work.
Cursing is frequent, including multiple uses of "ass," "asshole," "s--t," and "bloody." "F--k" is bleeped, but it's prevalent, too.
Casual sex and blatant disregard for the feelings of others is rampant. One character has little drive in life other than to have lots of sex. Another taps in to a woman's e-mail account to monitor what she's saying about him and find out who else she might like. In one scene, a woman makes a man put on make-up to look black for sexual play.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social scenes often include beer or mixed drinks.