Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Millers is a multicamera sitcom designed for adults, with plenty of crass humor and sexual references that might make for uncomfortable family viewing. Expect references to consequence-free casual sex, online dating, and jokes about sex (and older couples not having sex). Characters may also drink on-screen, and at least one character uses a prescription sleeping aid and acts tipsy on it. There are fart jokes and other body-related humor. Characters curse, though four-letter words are bleeped. Despite all this, The Millers is rather sweet and features wonderful actors, though parents likely will want to see it first to make sure the level of crassness is acceptable before sharing it with the family.
Plenty of jokes about having and not having sex, such as when one character jokes that walking in on another character masturbating in the shower counts as sex. A characters confuses "quinoa" with a reference to oral sex. Also body jokes, including fart jokes.
Some bleeped cursing, such as when a young child calls a grownup an "ass-bleep!" Coarse language such as discussion of farts and masturbation. Also, racial language: an allusion to getting "Mideast tail" in Iraq, a joke about old white women loving ice cream.
Family ties are championed but often expressed through mockery. Hints of sweetness do occur, though.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink on-screen, no one acts drunk. One character uses sleeping pills and seems intoxicated to humorous effect.