It's Time to Rebrand the Entertainment Industry

It's Time to Rebrand the Entertainment Industry

Network television has become little more than a vehicle that secular fundamentalists use to advance their worldview under the illusory façade of entertainment. 

Network titan FOX kicked off the 2017 calendar year by promoting a nihilistic family sitcom dubbed The Mick, in which a responsibility-phobic woman assumes the parental responsibilities for three spoiled children growing up in suburban Connecticut. 

In a trailer to promote the new series, FOX executives present an exchange between Kaitlin Olsen, a 41-year-old woman pretending to be a guardian, and Jack Stanton, a little boy pretending to be her 7-year-old nephew.  In this scene, Jack is outfitted in a blue dress as he appears headed off to school.

Kaitlin:          “You look really good in that dress, by the way!”
Jack:              “Thanks!  It kind of breezes on my vagina.”

Presumably, this cheeky zinger was written to elicit laughter from an audience that has become conditioned to suppress reason and judgment in favor of mindless entertainment.

As a reminder, this is a conversation between a 41-year-old woman and a 7-year-old boy. 

There is a reason I refuse to refer to either Kaitlin or Jack by their stage names.

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