Parents need to know that Good on Paper is a relationship comedy with mature themes and language aimed at an adult audience. The concept of relationships between 30-somethings dissatisfied with their lives or careers likely won't resonate with younger viewers anyway. There's a lot of alcohol consumption in this film and, in one case, a man said to be a "low-key functioning alcoholic" drinks too much, vomits, and passes out. Two people take mushrooms and go out dancing, and a woman smokes a cigarette in one scene. There's also sexual content, though more in dialogues than actual visuals. A scene shows a woman rolling over on top of a man when they wake up in bed together partially dressed. Couples kiss and make out. A man's naked body is seen from behind, and his physical attractiveness (or lack thereof) is discussed in detail while he's wearing a bathing suit. There's talk of "missionary," "hot," "penis," "eat a d--k," hitting on people, and forcing someone to "f--k a goat." Other language includes variations on "f--k" and "s--t," "goddammit," "hell," "a--hole," "bitch," "penis," "d--k," "butthole," "pee," "psycho," "creep," "stupid," "brat," and "Oh my God." In one scene, a man's side is accidentally caught in a door and his skin is torn off. A woman tries to "cauterize the wound" by pouring alcohol on it and setting it on fire.