Discussion of fitting into social norms/expectations; discussion of divorce and family tension. Lots of contrast between small-town values and big-city speed. Much of the plot revolves around a valuable rare baseball card and attempts to steal or swindle it.
The characters are, on the whole, flawed, though most at least have fairly good intentions. Characters are trying to overcome a number of challenges, from addition to Alzheimer's.
Warning shotgun blasts are fired; characters scuffle and fight; one character strangles another (non fatally) with shoelaces; guns are pointed. A Cubs fan has a screaming, TV-smashing fit over the team's poor play.
Language includes "goddamn," "bulls--t," "pissant," "craptacular," "s--t ball," "hell," "son-of-a-bitch," and the like.
Some real-world brands are in the background at a grocery store; some major brands and professional sports teams are visible and mentioned as part of a sports collectible show. Contextual mention of fictional branded characters Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man; discussions of Starbucks.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
One supporting character is a recovering alcoholic who seems to be gaining relief through Alcoholics Anonymous; another alcoholic character is seen being shepherded into recovery. Alcohol abuse is seen to have clear ramifications. Characters drink beer and liquor in a bar. Cooper received his concussion at the hands of a friend on a drunken tear.