Lots of illegal/iffy behavior here, but in the end there's a lesson that love should mean more than money -- and that when it comes to lies, better to make them the "normal" lies that are meant in kindness ("yes you look good in that") than the compulsive kind that you start to believe yourself.
Characters are tied up and held at gunpoint. One character is shot. Nicky has to publicly punch a man for the sake of a con. A bodyguard purposely crashes into a car to kidnap the passengers. A woman is hit in the face.
Nicky and Jess have sex several times, but the scenes aren't explicit -- lots of kissing, clothes being removed, and bare skin/backs/legs/"side boob," but no frontal nudity. During the scams, women are about to sleep with men when their "angry husbands" walk in, and scare off the marks, who leave their pants (and wallets) behind. Frequent raunchy/explicit innuendo and banter between characters.
Frequent but not constant strong language: "f--k," "s--t," "s--theel," "f--king," "a--hole," "race skank," "bitch," etc. Lots of raunchy innuendo as well.
Piaget watches, Apple electronics, car brands including Mercedes.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adults drink at dinners, bars, and parties -- mostly wine, mixed drinks, and champagne.