TV review by Kari Croop, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 17+

Muted comedy explores marriage and sex (or lack thereof).

HBO Comedy 2015

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age 17+

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I’m not sure why this says no nudity because there is DEFINITELY nudity. We are on episode 5 and have already seen breasts three times and male butt twice.
age 17+

Funny show for parents

This is a great show to watch when your kids go to bed and you're an exhausted parent looking for a good comedy written by someone who clearly understands what it's like to be an exhausted parent! Great cast, Amanda Peet is a hilarious mess and Mark Duplass is so funny and lovable. Highly recommend for parents, but not for kids.

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