Definitely not for kids. At the risk of sounding over-protective, I can't imagine letting anyone younger than 16 watch this show. The sexual references and innuendo are a big part of the plot. This past episode, Tessa was blindsided by her attraction to the "hot", but idiotic teenage boy across the street. He certainly wasn't her "type" but she couldn't stop herself from continuing to make out with him, and his rock-hard "guns" were a much discussed turn-on for her. This "relationship" started because a nasty girl in a group of rumpus room gathering teens dared him to kiss a lesbian (Tessa is not gay). I'm no prude, but I just can't imagine letting teens younger than 16 view this show.
Furthermore, one of my main problems with Suburgatory is what age Tessa appears to be and what age she is in the show. I simply can not buy her as a high-school student. I just can't get past it; It distracts me from the plot every time she is on screen. I know teens on TV shows are typically much older in real life (Hello, Bev. Hills 90120) but it seems almost insulting to the viewing public that we are asked to see her as a 16 yr old. Maybe not an issue for others, but definitely is for me.
Overall, for older teens and adults, it's somewhat amusing and mildly enjoyable.