Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the protagonist in this British comedy is a middle-aged divorcee who's dealing with anger, sexual function (or lack thereof), and a sense of an increasing generational divide. Sexual innuendoes are common, and the noises of intercourse (moans, headboards bumping the wall rhythmically) are heard, though nothing is shown. In one scene a man and woman discuss in generic terms the various positions they'd like to try for maximum pleasure ("me on top," "you behind me," "missionary position").
No nudity or graphic images shown, but innuendoes, sex talk (regarding positions, Viagra, etc.), and flirting are constant. Noisy intercourse scenes (moans, rhythmic bumping) are heard but not seen. Some female characters dress in provocatively tight clothing.
Occasional physical humor (like falling from a ladder) never results in injury.
Cursing is limited to "hell." Some British slang.
The adult figure attempts to share what he thinks is his infinite wisdom with his young assistant, who finds most of it muddled at best. Body humor (flatulence, bowel movements) is common.
Drugs / Tobacco /
In one pre-intercourse scene, a character is seen popping his Viagra pill.