"2 Broke Girls"' starring Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, has once again come under fire after a number of viewers complained about inappropriate content and sexual references on the show, reports said.

According to Fox News, references of anal sex, vulgar language and porn talk are abundant in the show that occupies a primetime slot.

"2 Broke Girls had jokes about "boobs" and "vagina" within like the first 5 minutes of the show. These shows are disgusting and just go to show how low the quality of TV has become," a complaint received by the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, and published on Governmentattic.org read.

Another complainant noted that the term "bitch" was used repeatedly by the cast, and such language was not appropriate in a prime time show that children would be watching.

However, show producer Michael Patrick King does not find the content on his show offensive or in bad taste.

"I don't find it offensive, any of this," King told the media during a 2012 interview. "I find it comic to take everyone down...being a comedy writer gives you permission to be an outsider and poke fun at other people...I think our jokes are classy-dirty," E!Online quoted the producer as saying.

The FCC has reportedly received more than 100 complaints from viewers, but the show has been a success for CBS. E!Online reported that "2 Broke Girls" had over 7 million viewers for its last episode of the season in December 2013, and had a rating of 2.3 in the 18-49 demographic.