Monday, September 17, 2007

Hey, FOX! Don't F*&k With Gidget!

No, that wasn't a "technical glitch" during the Emmy Awards show last night.

Forget that these bozos have no idea whatsoever how to stage or direct a theatre-in-the-round production and presented a proscenium arch-based production... in the round.

Forget that they (FOX) have made their fortune on the backs of The X-Files, The Simpsons, The Family Guy, and Married, With Children, among others... which appeal more to liberals than neocons. Just focus on who had his/her finger on the kill switch last night.

Here's what FOX allowed Sally Field to say:

“Surely this [award] belongs to all the mothers of the world,” she stated. “May they be seen, may their work be valued and raised. Especially to the mothers who stand with an open heart and wait. Wait for their children to come home from danger, from harm’s way, and from war. I am proud to be one of those women.”

“If mothers ruled the world, there would be no –”

Then... nothing. Like the final ending of The Sopranos.

Wow! That sure was a lot of applause for... "nothing."

Watch for yourself:

And what did FOX censor?

“If mothers ruled the world, there would be no –”

“god-damned wars in the first place.”


Parents Group Knocks Fox Shows
Four of its shows are called the worst in prime time.

Four Fox network programs, led by the comedies "The War at Home," "The Family Guy" and "American Dad," topped a parents group's annual list of the worst prime-time shows for family viewing.

The Parents Television Council rated two reality shows, ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" and NBC's new "Three Wishes," as the best programs for family viewing.

The group's president, L. Brent Bozell, said he was alarmed that the three Fox Sunday night comedies are being marketed as family friendly.

"Families should not be deceived," he said. "The top three worst shows all contain crude and raunchy dialogue with sex-themed jokes and foul language. Even worse is the fact that Hollywood is peddling its filth to families with cartoons."

Hey, FOX F*&kers!

Face it, FOX. You f*&ked the wrong Gidget last night.

My favorite part of your fiasco last night: Ryan Seacrest asking the audience if his costume looked gay.

That would've been extremely offensive... if everyone in the known universe didn't already know what a quasi-closet case Seacrest is.

Oh, hell! It's still offensive.

It's the hypocrisy, Stupid!

Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19--


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