Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this show can be screamingly funny but is very adult-oriented. Main character J.D., prone to fantasies, often fantasizes about sex, and most of the characters discuss their sex lives in varying levels of detail. Some patient conditions aren't suitable for children, such as a man who had a light bulb lodged in his rectum (not shown).
A lot of sexual-tinged subject matter and innuendo. Occasional partial nudity and implied sex.
Profanity on the level of "ass" and "bitch" is fairly frequent.
The cast is diverse, with Hispanic and black, male and female main characters. Although some goofy antics go on at the hospital (and therein lies the comedy), the young doctors and nurses go to great lengths to help people and take their jobs to heart.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The characters often hang out at a local bar and have a drink or two.