Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the humor here is geared toward adults, although kids will certainly pick up on some of the risqué references. A lot of the situations revolve around sex, including references to cross-dressing, bisexuality and homosexuality, and implied oral sex. One episode featured a missing "secret stash" of marijuana that belonged to the parents. The program is primarily from the parents' point of view, so there is a "behind the curtain" view into what these parents are really thinking. This "honesty" and sarcasm is something not all kids will understand or be ready to handle. The series follows The Simpsons on Fox's Sunday night, so kids may be interested, especially since the type of humor is similar (although a bit more obvious). Watch a few episodes before making it part of your family-hour.
Parents and kids engage in conversation with sexual connotations, masked conversation about oral sex.
Occasional "hell" and other mild four-letter words.
Father is shocked his daughter is dating an African-American boy, parents suspect oldest son is cross-dresser.
Drugs / Tobacco /
In one episode, parents' "secret stash" of marijuana is missing.