Too bad for CBS TV programming, because technically. according to the FCC.The governmental agency governs what is commercially broadcasted over the air into Americans homes. TV programming making offensive remarks about looks, clothing, body parts. Programs making sexual gestures, in a way that may make a viewer feel harassed and uncomfortable, such as patting, pinching or intentional brushing against another’s body while telling sexual or lewd jokes. Also prohibited by the FCC are programs depicting unwelcome verbal or physical conduct based on race, color, religion, including same-gender harassment and gender identity harassment.
Now welcome to Monday night on CBS, up next the bawdy comedy...2 Broke Girls, with plenty of sex jokes and racial stereotypes worked into tonight's episode. Even though according to Government Attic.org those jokes aren't sitting that well with some you viewers. Even though you husbands convienently can't find the TV remote. Because Kat Dennings bulging breasts which are exploding out of her waitress uniform in such a distracting manner. There were a total of 91 viewer complaints regarding vulgar language and inappropriate sexual references on the popular CBS sitcom, Have been filed with the Federal Communications Commission.
Since 2012, the comedy has rubbed many viewers the wrong way, Mainly, two casual references suggesting anal sex on a first date. Leaving viewers feeling that there there no standards anymore on broadcast television, Its last new episode in December 2013 had 7.6 million viewers and a 2.3 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic. The show hails from Sex and the City's Michael Patrick King and Whitney Cummings and stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs.
Well now that those 22 mins are over, a quiet commercial, about a derogatory homosexual lifestyle behavior, featuring condoms, sluts, getting laid, getting wood, dropping wood, horny and sex with two redheads, just an endless parade of sexual jargon. Again while moms outraged that CBS would air commercials featuring the main characters on stripper poles, meanwhile while mom screams and dad still can't find that lost TV remote.
But that's ok because its time for another CBS show, “Two and a Half Men,” which also received a boat load of complaints, according to Governmentattic. org.,regarding dialogue containing lines such as “shoot on my chest,”“penis alerts,”“bitches,” “girl-on-girl porn,” and “giving head,” according to the complaints sent to the FCC.While most were serious, some did contain some unintended funny moments. While Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer are always busy chasing naked woman around their home.
Meanwhile, the Parents TV Council, which has long been pressing for a clean-up of the government-regulated airwaves,want to replace “Two and a Half''Men” with a remake of the late ’50s/early ’60s classic “Leave it to Beaver.”But wait, wasn't Ward, a little hard, on the Beaver?
But wait, lets try changing the channel to VH1 and the VMA show, oh..oh, whats this? While Robin Thicke's performing guess what viewers see?'Obscene sexual acts depicted on stage by a child', Miley Cyrus, causing the FCC to be bombarded with 161 complaints after a performance that shocked many viewers. Who commented that the segment was crude, pornographic, and absolutely shameful. Even though Miley Cyrus's twerking might be dying down a little.
She then, was no better than a third rate underage hooker performing in a live sex show, in Tijuana. It was, at best, what a pedophile,would like to see during a child pornography live show. But in perspective, Beyonce’s Superbowl performance, as she gyrated in her shear costume,received 48 complaints and was seen by a much wider audience.
But the majority of viewers watch much of CBS,NBC, ABC and Fox programs because of the constant sexual innuendo & language.While standard groups like Parents TV Council can't understand why the government over site are so loose on what can be seen and said on regular TV.
Hey, your the one with the remote, it's up to you to decide and make the final call!