A woman's hopes and dreams are just as important as a man's, and she deserves the opportunity to pursue them however she wants. She should also be free to live her life and pursue fulfillment however she wants.
A truck driver after a crash is vaguely seen with a bloody head and blood dripping down the front of the truck under a shattered windshield. A few fights with swatting, slapping, yelling, throwing things, throwing people to the floor, and turning over furniture. One violent outburst is especially terrifying with breaking glass, blood dripping from a cut, and threats to kill. A man spanks a child, breaks things against walls, and knocks over furniture. A child mentions being made to bend over while being whipped with a belt.
Some kissing, caressing, spooning in bed, cuddling, and implied sex. Audrey mentions that her mother "turns tricks." Parts of a bra visible while a woman changes clothes.
Frequent strong language from adults and kids includes "s--t," "bitch," "Christ," "ass," "damn," "hell," "sucks," "nuts," "balls," "t--ts" (on a cow), and "holy hell." Some sexual innuendo and verbal hostility. Mel and Flo spar verbally in a good-natured way with lots of sexual innuendo that would be considered harassment today.
Lots of Coca-Cola products prominent, such as soda cans, signs, and a logoed work uniform shirt. Incidental alcohol bottles and signs in bars. A prominent jar of Skippy and a bottle of Kahlua in the foreground.
Several scenes take place in bars, and Alice works as a singer in a bar with lots of background drinking. A man gives Alice scotch on the rocks during the daytime to calm her down and make her troubles disappear; she has a few sips. Some tipsy behavior between a couple drinking at home. A child asks another if he wants to "get high on Ripple," which is a discontinued wine-cooler type of alcoholic beverage. A man has a can of beer in hand while planning to take a child horseback riding. Lots of characters smoke cigarettes.