You Can't Do That on Television

Appearing to lack basic common sense and good judgement, TV writers and producers have gotten themselves into a pickle. They've been pushing the envelope so long that they don't know where to stop. It seems that ever since the infamous Janet Jackson Superbowl incident, and the ensuing fallout, the entertainment industry can no longer tell the difference between what's acceptable and what's not acceptable programming, in terms of nudity, foul language, and violence. It's also making them nervous knowing that Congress is considering raising the fines from a few-thousand dollars to $3 million
per-day, when they don't get it right. Read more. [requires registration]

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