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Keep salvation out of it- just say the show sucks because it does.
Waiting for him to give back the money he got from the show . . . . . . . . . still waiting.
eman2001... you beat me to it. If it's such filth, the money he earned is tainted and he should give it away to a charity rather than allow himself to be corrupted by it.
Very funny show in it's day. Now it's just, well filth. Not because of content, but because of the acting.
He should keep the money. He was too young to make valuative decisions at the time. He has grown up and sees the filth for what it is. Kudos to him for making a public statement against this show, and other shows like it, that are getting away with the social degradation they are causing.
You mean to tell me content counts! ! ! Who would have thought filling my viewing hours with the worst of sexual morality was a bad thing. (said with attempted humor)
I was just asking my family "what in the world can kids watch on TV these days?" There is nothing that is non-sexual or non-violent. I miss the old TV programming (yes I am old).
Anyone see the humor in the dumbest character on the show (a value judgment, but pretty true I think) having an actual smart thought? That being said, I will, of course, continue to watch it because I have invested in the characters, warped as they all are. It's TV--not my life--and yes, I am not as stupid as the people in the show. If you can't say that about yourself, then you need to shut it off...
Is the set of that show built on an Indian burial ground or something? They all need to call it a day before somebody REALLY gets hurt!
The show was at one time funny and there was a lot of innuendo. Then it got to the point of outright crap and then Sheen quit. I haven't watched 1 minute of it since. I hope the kid can back up his belief and leave the show.
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