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Sex & Nudity

Mild to moderate sex references throughout. Nothing too strong, or crude. The character Teddy says some pretty inappropriate things from time to time, but Bob usually stops him.

Bob takes a job as a cab driver and befriends a group of transvestites.

One episode in the third season features a home full of old swingers, and it has sexual references throughout the episode.

In the third season, one character says that her family should "sell sex for money, because sex sells."

In the fourth season, a gay character beckons someone else to have sex with them.

In the fourth season, two characters almost have sex, but is interrupted.

In the second season, a character has a collection of "erotic friend fiction."

Violence & Gore

In the fourth season, an episode shows a nanny giving a teenager a black eye by punching her, and then shows the kids giving each other and the nanny black eyes by punching each other so that they could confuse the parents and not get in trouble. This is all for comedic effect.


The words bitch, ass, crotch, and hell are used. Bitch is used very infrequently.

The characters sometimes drink alcohol, sometimes getting drunk of it.

In one episode, Bob reveals trying crack. Also, Bob gets addicted to his pills and gets high. In another, Linda tells Bob she got pills from a pharmacy and is using several of them. A upcoming Season 3 episodes, involves the kids working at a marijuana farm.

Suitable for viewers aged 13-14+, with occasional viewer discretion.

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