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One Million Moms wants to take down ‘2 Broke Girls’

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One Million Moms is at it again, well, when aren’t they? This time, they are targeting the CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls.” The Christian mom’s network has been after the comedy for a couple of weeks, and on Monday, March 3, updated their website to report progress on their goal to take the program down.

According to their page, every sponsor that the One Million Moms members have contacted in their campaign, have decided to no longer sponsor “2 Broke Girls.” However, many are still supporting the show. From their website:

“Unfortunately, CBS continues to air the program ‘2 Broke Girls’ on Monday evenings at 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 CT. The 14-DL rated show is full of sexual innuendos. The show’s primary dialogue is sexual references and it airs during primetime.” They go on to list what they found wrong in the program’s latest 30 minute episode. This week’s national sponsors that One Million Moms plans to contact are HR Block, Allstate, and Sonic.

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