Parents' Guide to

Free Agents

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Adult-oriented comedy has lots of sexual content, drinking.

TV NBC Comedy 2011
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Free Agents explores the trials and tribulations that come with dating and finding companionship after the end of a long-term relationship. It also suggests that casual sexual encounters are way of coping with problems and potentially finding more meaningful relationships.

The characters are likable, and the show has its share of witty moments. But the constant (and often strong) sexual banter is sometimes so overused that the humor falls flat. Ultimately, it's a show that's best left for older viewers.

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