Amid the randy/over-the-top humor are messages about everyone deserving a second chance and that honesty matters and character counts. Also, struggling students should seek testing for learning disabilities. A good, caring teacher can change a student's life for the better.
Positive Role Models & Representations
All depictions of violence/injury are played for laughs (and don't have any blood): A huge, fiery explosion hurtles a body out of a building. A person falls from a height and is visibly injured. A woman whips a man with a belt. In an MMA ring, a man is repeatedly punched. A lengthy prison fight shows inmates attacking, punching, kicking each other; it's implied that a supporting character knifes an attacker. Vomit spews from a character's mouth onto a person's face.
Two female characters (one a teenager) wear cleavage-revealing shirts. A woman wears skimpy lingerie. Characters sext. A running joke has a mother talking about anal sex (without using that exact term), suggesting that a teen engage in inappropriate sexual behavior with college professor. To try to distract a man, a woman offers herself sexually. Recurring joke involving pubic hair, not sexual. Several sexually suggestive conversations, including one involving a church pastor. A sex toy is shown. Characters talk about sexually transmitted diseases, hotel room sex, condoms, sperm, the sexual attractiveness of a female character (which she receives appreciatively). Teen pregnancy halts a woman's career aspirations. A character seems to search for porn, and a man says he'll be his wife's "porn star." Prison rape joke. The outsides of strip clubs are seen; later, busty women wearing only bras are seen near the clubs, suggesting that they're strippers. High school principal turns down a parent's offer of sex but makes a lewd comment about it to himself in private. Principal talks about touching a woman's breast.
Heavy use of profanity: one "f--k," "s--t," "ass," "a--hole," "t-tties," "son of a bitch," "beav," "balls," "bitch," "boob," "booty," "butthole," "damn," "dammit," "d--k," "douche bag," "goddamn," "hell," "nipple," "stupid," and "sucks." Black characters use the "N" word. "Oh my God" and "Jesus Christ" are used as exclamations. Children are targets: Three kids are called "little bitches," a man threatens to punch a baby in the face, and a character says, "I hate my kids."
Brands mentioned/shown include Alliance MMA, Beats by Andre, Dell, MacBook Pro, McDonald's, Monster.com, Rainbow Shops, Rosetta Stone, Skype, Toyota Corolla, Porsche, Weber, and Zebra Athletics. Lead character wears FUBU shirt, Braves jersey, Everlast, Jansport backpack. Cactus House tacos are said to be good. One character is a Lyft driver; another works at Best Western.
Ease of Play
Characters celebrate with champagne. A teen references getting caught with Molly; she faces consequences. A character mentions "smokes" (cigarettes).