Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this dramedy isn't for kids. Although it pokes fun at Hollywood, it rides a fine line between embracing and rejecting Hollywood values. The very skinny main character makes jokes about her weight, alluding to the constant desire to be thinner. Money -- who has it, who doesn't -- is a constant theme. And some characters sacrifice friendship in the name of ambition. Some scenes include frank talk about sex, and there are brief passionate clinches, as well as some drinking, smoking, and swearing.
Plenty of talk about sex. Some scenes of heavy kissing with implied nudity. Affairs and sexual blackmail.
Rare, but there's at least one fistfight scene.
Plenty, including "ass," "a--hole," etc.
A mix of good and bad behavior. The main character is largely aware of her flaws and trying to better herself. Some characters are overly ambitious -- to the point of sacrificing friendships -- while others are very loyal. Issues related to body image, self-esteem, and materialism crop up (it does take place in Hollywood, after all).
Product placement is subtle but frequent. Products are also sometimes mentioned by name. Featured brands include Prius, Blackberry, Cingular, Apple, Curad, and Bluetooth. Molly's world is a very materialistic one.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Lots of drinking; one character has struggled with addiction. Some smoking by minor characters.