4/17/2012 7:50 PM ET |
Filed under: TV News
We can't say we're shocked, but just an FYI: the Parents Television Council is outraged by ABC's newest sitcom's "offensive content."
We're talking to you, Dawson!
The watchdog group criticized Don't Trust The B**** In Apt 23 by saying:
“The program is a sexist mixed-bag of hedonism, drug-use, alcohol abuse (including the main character plying a 13-year-old boy with alcohol to get him drunk) and explicit levels of promiscuity that are shocking even by today’s broadcast TV standards.”
They can't really do anything about the show being on the air, but the group of concerned parents
who don't know how to change the channel will do their best to encourage advertisers like AT&T and Volkswagen to stop buying commercial air time.
We think it's sassy, silly fun, but apparently it's a little bit too much fun for some conservative parents out there.
Do U think Don't Trust The B**** In Apt 23 is too offensive for TV???
[Image via ABC.]
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