I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
After getting shitfaced with Old Man Logan, Star-Lord finds himself in a bar fight - and then legal trouble. Matt Murdock prosecutes and Agent Brand intervenes, proclaiming Star-Lord a hero. He loses his elemental gun, and is sentenced to community service as well as given a fine. He ends up with a program that helps the elderly get out, and is stuck with an old, black man who just wants to stay in his damn apartment, thank you very much.
Also, getting a job at the bar where the old man's son works, and trying to stop a robbery while Ms. Marvel yells at him.
Also, is completely obvious to the smitten women who stare at his ass, or the ass shots, while he pines over Kitty.
This is charming, and while not particularly dirty, it does tend to get Star-Lord out of his shirts - a lot. It completely sexually objectives him, and yet the storylines go about, unimpeded, and as oblivious as Peter Quill is to the way he's eye-fucked. All the time. The storylines are somewhat innocent, especially in this issue as Peter tries to charm an old dude into enjoying outside time. It's about him trying to make a connection and persevering even when it seems impossible, because he needs those hundred hours of community service!
Basically, there's this dirty aspect and innocent aspect, and they definitely work together: it's simply part of the charm of this whole series. Ah, if only it were longer than six issues!