I really enjoyed this show, though my children are younger and I did not allow them to watch it. I can see it being OK for older children (late teens) so long as parents watch with them and discuss some of the stickier issues. It does contain "teenage" language (name calling, etc.) and some sexual innuendo/references, though nothing blatant. It seems like it's going in a good direction by using humor to teach cultural and social tolerance, as well as the value of friendship and understanding.