If you're a teen looking for a good comedy drama, Glee is definitely in the top 5! It gives off great messages about accepting people for who they are no matter what club they're in, their sexual preference, and more. There is absolutely no gore violence. A character gets in a serious car accident caused by texting, which puts her in a wheelchair for about half a season. Another is killed off, only because of the actor's passing, and the cause of death is not stated. There is one episode where a recurring character attempts to commit suicide because his football team found out he was gay. Multiple characters are shoved against lockers, verbally bullied, and "slushied" (having a slushy thrown in their face) because they're gay or just because they're in the glee club at all. There are not frequent drug references, though there are to drinking. There is a whole episode about teen drinking, and the characters have a party, get drunk, and are obviously painfully hung over the next day at school. There are many attempts to "spike" the punch at pretty much every school dance. There is also one adult recurring character who is an alcoholic, and her attempt to get sober is the punch line to many jokes. Other than that, the drinking is very mild and usually consumed by adults. The swearing is pretty typical for television shows geared toward teens and adults- b*tch, a**, d*mn, etc. The sexual content could be described as moderate. A high school character gets pregnant by someone who is not her boyfriend, and another adult character pretends to be pregnant to save her marriage. There are frequent sexual jokes about getting to "second and third base". There are multiple dance numbers in each episode and, though it's very rare, a few of them can borderline on scantily clad. There is an episode dedicated to Madonna, in which three couples (each with one virgin) dance to 'Like a Virgin' and plan to lose their virginity, yet only one actually does. There is a lot of cheating, with everything from a simple kiss to cheating and getting pregnant. There are two sets of gay couples, one boy couple and one girl, that are main couples but characters trying to figure out themselves and their sexual preference is a big plot line throughout the whole series. It never shows more than couples making out and rarely ever shows boys shirtless or girls in a bra. Overall, Glee gives off some really great messages about acceptance. And though the characters may not be "role model material", it is nice to watch the transformations in the hearts of the characters as cheerleaders and football players become close friends with the kids they used to toss into dumpsters.