Parents need to know that Take Two is a comedy police procedural, and while it has a more gentle tone than many of its peers, there are crimes on each episode, and sometimes they run toward the serious: murder, kidnapping, serious bodily harm. Detectives, cops, and criminals all carry guns, and there are sometimes shoot-outs (though no one is killed on-screen) and brief glimpses of dead bodies, sometimes with blood (but no gore). Sexual content is similarly light, but present: flirting, dating, kissing, references to sex, and cases that contain sexual aspects, such as a man who watches women through a hidden camera in a hotel room. Main characters are single; expect them to date and have sex with each other, and other characters. Cursing and questionable language includes "ass," "hell," "sucks," "damn." There's some social drinking, and references to Sam's past drug use: alcohol, pills, and cocaine, which is occasionally joked about. Main characters are on the side of justice and victims' rights, but some characters are referred to stereotypically (e.g., "an LA street thug").