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Kathy Griffin's NYE Pecker Peck For Anderson Cooper Isn't Cool With The PTC!

While the Parents Television Council thinks its doing right by everyone by upholding their "moral code," we really think they just need to… RELAX!

If you don't recall (though, you should), Kathy Griffin made Anderson Cooper hilariously uncomfortable while she tried multiple times to get on her knees and kiss his crotch on New Year's Eve.

Well, the PTC didn't like that much, and have already broken their own New Year's Resolutions to 'chill the heck out.'

They say Griffin:

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Parents Television Council Is OUTRAGED Over The B In Apartment 23

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Parents Just dont understand

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:

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Parents Pick On New MTV Series, I Just Want My Pants

Parents Pick On New MTV Series

Parents Television Council is like, so super pissed at MTV.

What's cra car is that the PTC usually approves of MTV's oriental content…. JUST KIDDING!! They nearly always disapprove of MTV's shows.

This time they're complaining that the cable network's new series, I Just Want My Pants is marketed to 12-year-olds, even though it's TV-14 rating and warns kids under the age of 14 not to watch.

PTC's president condemned the network in a statement, saying:

“Once again MTV is taking HBO-style content and marketing it to a Nickelodeon-age audience. The network programming executive is on the record saying 12-year-olds are in his crosshairs. And the TV-14 content rating is intentionally misleading for parents and for advertisers. The Parents Television Council will not sit silently and allow this affront to go unchallenged.”

Of course they won't!

They even have a plan - a very weird plan — to get the show to lose funding. Here's their threat to advertisers:

“All of MTV’s advertisers, including Dr. Pepper, T-Mobile and Toyota, will be asked if foursomes and a woman who tells her sexual partner to ‘stick a finger in my a**’ are an accurate reflection of their hard-earned corporate brands. Parents need to be warned about MTV’s stated intention to target children as young as 12 with this explicit material.”

That's sure to get their attention!

What do U think? Should Dr. Pepper and other advertisers pull out?

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Critics Call Modern Family F-Bomb Controversy "Child Abuse"

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Did you watch Modern Family last night?

If you did, then you saw the HIGHlarious scene where little Lily accidentally dropped the F-bomb.

Well, critics of the curse word, more specifically, the members of the Parents Television Council, were shocked that the show would allow the young actress, Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, to use the word on television. Some are even calling it "child abuse."

But,

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Howard Stern Comments On America's Got Talent Drama

We hope the Howard haters are listening!

Last week, we were THRILLED to hear that Howard Stern signed on to be a judge on America's Got Talent!

Then, the Parents Television Council (PTC) spoke out against Howard's new gig (of course!), and Simon Cowell came to his defense, assuring the world the Howard wouldn't pull anything stupid while on the show.

Now, during an interview with Piers Morgan (above), Howard opened up about his new judging position, and he seems to be making it QUITE clear that he'll behave on the show!

What do U think? Will Howard's judging job on AGT go smoothly???

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