Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this adult-oriented comedy series revolves around the fictionalized life of a controversial comedienne. She jokes about race, sexuality, disability, religion, sex, excrement, and more -- nothing is off limits. Episodes include scenes of implied masturbation, pooping in public, driving while intoxicated, and one particularly unsettling scene of Silverman having sex with "Black God."
Crude sexual humor and jokes about genitals. Implied masturbation and brief shots of a porno mag. Faux sex scene between Silverman and "Black God."
Comic violence, like kneeing someone in the groin, knocking over a store display in a threatening manner, or tripping someone.
Steady stream of mild expletives like "dick," "crap," "ass," and "bitch," along with slang like "titties." Rare stronger language is bleeped.
Silverman's character is unapologetically self-absorbed, racist, homophobic, ignorant, and even criminally dangerous -- but the humor is largely intended to illuminate sociocultural issues.
TiVo is mentioned, and Sarah drives a Ford.
Drugs / Tobacco /
No central drug or alcohol use, but one episode features Silverman unintentionally getting drunk on cough syrup.