Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this British sitcom trades heavily on stereotypes, focusing on the tech department of a generic corporation. The top executives are womanizing lechers, the tech workers are socially inept geeks, and the comedy comes from watching these two incompatible tribes try to communicate. There's some drinking and language and plenty of sexual references, so it's probably not appropriate for kids and tweens -- and it may give older teens a distorted view of the corporate world.
No nudity or sex, but plenty of sexual references. Many of the plotlines revolve around dating, romance, and sex.
Some occasional cartoony violence; for example, in one episode, the boss wears special pants that shock him when he starts to get aroused to combat his sexual harassment.
The show is based on a stereotypical portrayal of computer experts as socially inept geeks who understand machines but not people. Some of the top executives at the fictional company are also quite sexist, and sexual harassment seems to be common at the office.
Some references to well-known pop culture touchstones, such as the video game Guitar Hero.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some references to drinking and controlled substances like the date-rape drug Rohypnol.