In its own way, this comedy shows the importance of hard work in achieving one's goals, as well as the importance of self-reliance in becoming who you want to be.
In one scene, a huge fight breaks out in a bar. Punches are thrown, tables and chairs are broken, and bottles are smashed. There is a joke involving homosexual rape.
Early in the film, the father of a son in college enters a dorm building looking for his son. He inadvertently looks into a shower stall and sees a woman's exposed breasts. This same man's wife is shown in the kitchen of their mansion engaged in foreplay. When his wife wants a divorce, the man shows her a series of Polaroids in which it's strongly implied that she has committed adultery on numerous occasions. Two male college students watch a female student walk by and make a lewd comment about her rear end. In one scene, the main character is shown shirtless from the waist up, moaning and making requests as if he's having sex; the camera pulls back to reveal he's getting a massage from his chauffeur. Overall, there is frequent sexual innuendo and sexual puns throughout the movie.
Frequent profanity: "f--k," "p---y," "goddamn," "bastards." In one scene, a history professor refers to Asians as "rice eaters." In another scene, while a character is admiring a painting by Gustav Klimt, Klimt's last name is turned into a pun to sound like the word "c--t."
Characters are often seen drinking from cans of Miller Lite beer.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Binge drinking is shown at a wild party. A college student, while trying to explain the party to the main character, is obviously intoxicated as he slurs his speech and eventually vomits on a tree. Characters drink beer at bars and champagne at parties. The chauffeur in the film is shown smoking a cigar.