Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Last Man on Earth is a dark comedy about a man who believes he's alone on the planet after a virus devastates the human population. Our protagonist, Phil, drinks frequently and to excess, at one point filling up a baby pool with vodka and salting the pool's rim. Mild cursing: "What the hell are you doing?" and "Dammit." Frequent sex jokes, such as the protagonist stocking up on adult magazines for masturbation. There's a bit of violence, from exploding cars to guns breaking glass. At one point Phil attempts suicide, pushed to the brink by loneliness, boredom, and despair. But the most vexing issue for parents may be the dark, uncomfortable issues raised by the show's premise.
Many references to masturbation and sex.
At one point, Phil attempts suicide. He also makes cars explode, and he bowls using water-filled fish tanks as pins.
Some mild cursing: "What the hell are you doing?"
The show addresses some deep issues about humanity.
Many jokes about and visual references to famous personages: Babe Ruth, Tom Hanks, Hugh Hefner.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Phil frequently drinks to excess; in one memorable scene he fills a baby pool with vodka and salts the entire rim of the pool before climbing in with a straw.