A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series underscores the different ways that men are trying to define themselves in today's society. To that effect, the series relies on some stereotypes and mild sexism for laughs.
Positive Role Models
The men are good friends humorously struggling with gender expectations and norms. Both Kenny and Will make sexist comments.
Violence & Scariness
The guys like playing violent adult video games, and some of the content is shown onscreen; Will's 13-year old son is allowed to play them too. Occasionally comedic physical fights break out between grown men.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Contains comments about vaginas, hookers, panty waists, and other suggestive references.
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Words like "hell," "bitch," and "ass" are frequent.
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Products & Purchases
The men like to play video games on their PS3s.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adult drinking (beer, wine) is visible.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this lighthearted comedy contains some strong language ("bitch," "ass"), some sexual references, and mildly sexist remarks. Drinking is visible. Occasionally adults get into comedic physical fights.
Is It Any Good?
The series offers some funny moments as the men support each other in their attempt to live up to a confusing idea of how their gender should behave. But the plot lines, which mostly revolve around the guys trying to solve a problem in goofy sort of way, don't feel very original. The conversations between them are often silly and mildly sexist, too.
The characters aren't very introspective about themselves or the world around them, but they are surprisingly easy to relate to. As a result, while the overall show lacks depth, it definitely has a little heart. If you are looking for some lighthearted sitcom entertainment, this one may fit the bill.
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