You have to be honest and fight for what you love and believe in, even when it's hard -- especially when it's hard. Questioning tradition and family expectations isn't easy, but you shouldn't go along with them just to avoid rocking the boat. Commitment means working through the bad/difficult stuff and not running away when things get challenging. Communication is important.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Couples argue and hurl insults during fights. Some potentially upsetting scenes of a main character very ill in the hospital. A character gets loud and belligerent at a comedy club.
Characters hook up after a first date; they cuddle in bed and kiss and are then shown partially naked under bedding -- sex is discussed but not shown. A character in underwear gets dressed under a blanket. One character tells another about his infidelity. Crass jokes/sexual terms (including references to a "hand job," testicles, semen, orgasms, etc.).
Frequent swearing/strong language, including "f--k," "motherf---er," "d--k," "s--t," "bulls--t," "a--hole," "bitch," "prick," "boner," "t-tties," "crap," "sucks," "stupid," "oh my God," "Christ," and "Jesus" (as exclamations). Testicles, semen, and orgasms are mentioned. A heckler makes racist comments to a stand-up comic.
The main character is an Uber driver. Coca-Cola, Red Bull, iPhones, and Mac laptops are seen. References to Facebook, Tumblr, The X-Files, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, scary movies, etc.
Ease of Play
It's implied that a comedy club manager does cocaine in the bathroom. Characters drink wine, whiskey, and shots at bars/restaurants and at home; in one scene, three main characters get drunk together (one falls asleep/passes out).