Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this relationship-oriented sitcom includes discussions about sex (including one-night stands) and paints a somewhat confusing picture of married life. Lots of humor revolves around stereotypical male-female behavior, homosexuality, and other issues. The bachelor character has frequent liaisons, and viewers see him in bed with different women in sanitized sexual scenarios.
Frank discussion of sex, including one-night stands and subtle references to prostitution. Some scenes in bed before and after sex, without any nudity. Surrogate pregnancy is a theme in later episodes.
Occasionally the men end up wrestling each other, but there's nothing really violent.
Occasional "hell" and "damn."
Relatively innocuous messages about relationships, though some stereotypes about men, women, romance, homosexuality, and Indians are prevalent.
VAIO computers visible. Labels for foodstuffs like Heinz ketchup and Guldens mustard are visible, but with the logos crossed out.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Frequent jokes about long-married husband's drinking -- the idea being that he drinks to endure his marriage. Frequent social drinking. References are made to getting high.