Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this Canadian sketch comedy series uses sophisticated -- and sometimes mature -- humor designed to make adults laugh. That means you'll hear unbleeped language (including "f--k" and "s--t") and see some skits that revolve around sexual jokes and innuendo. There's occasional cartoonish violence, too, as well as a few scenes that involve alcohol or drugs. Most of the humor will go over kids' head, although there are a few sketches -- particularly a recurring segment in which a character tries to "crush" people's heads with his fingers -- that will probably appeal to them.
Some sex jokes, including a few jokes intended to make fun of homophobia. A few sketches include partial nudity, such as bare bottoms shown from the back.
Comedic violence is rare; it's more often discussed and isn't graphic.
Relatively rare but unbleeped use of "f--k," "s--t," the "N" word, and "faggot," along with words like "hell," "shut up," and "nookie."
There's no real overarching "message"; the takeaways change from sketch to sketch and are usually silly and/or comedic.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Some skits involve social drinking or jokes about getting drunk or using drugs