Like the various RH parodies online these days, the four women try to emulate the Bravo divas themselves while living in an unsafe environment of decay — making light of the real women who allegedly offer themselves as sex wives to men fighting for ISIS.
In fact, one of the scenes even shows a character showing off her new outfit — a suicide vest — while her friends gossip about how it makes her look "massive"!
To no one's surprise, the sketch sparked some serious backlash on social media, with many saying it was "distasteful" when there are reports of British girls under the age of 18 who have been groomed and lured to the Islamic State.
The show's writers Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein even defended the sketch, telling the i newspaper they were using comedy to tackle extremism, with the former explaining:
"It's important not to pull your punches in satire. You have to be fearless or it undermines your credibility. You can't go after [former U.K. Prime Minister] David Cameron for five years like we did and not go after Islamic State."
Do YOU think this piece of satire crossed the line??
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