Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this online comedy series -- which pokes fun at virtual gaming worlds and those who play in them -- plays off the stereotypes of awkward gaming-addicts. There's a good bit of bleeped swearing and some sexual innuendo, but no nudity or sex, and will likely appeal to teens and adults who spend a significant amount of time interacting online.
No sex or nudity, but a good bit of innuendo and occasional making out.
The occasional slapstick-style fistfight, but little other violence. There are plenty of references to battling monsters in a virtual game world.
Little audible swearing, but plenty of words are bleeped. One character is especially foul-mouthed, and almost every sentence out of her mouth has one or more words bleeped. Some sexual references, including "woodie."
Fantasy might seem easier to manage than reality, but when Cyd's game life intersects with her real life, she realizes that virtual relationships are no substitute for the real world. The show lovingly pokes fun at gamers, both appreciating the gamer lifestyle and acknowledging its shortcomings.
No name brands are mentioned, but the entire show revolves around a fictitious online game that resembles World of Warcraft.
Drugs / Tobacco /
No drugs or drinking, but there are a few drug references.