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  • R. Evans
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    Originally posted by SRV Ron View Post
    Yep, Mind poison. You can watch the reruns anytime, anywhere, so long as you have access to a fast internet connection and unlimited download.
    http://www.hulu.com/
    Was actually looking for Martok's "other agenda".

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  • SRV Ron
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    Originally posted by R. Evans View Post
    And what is that? Enlighten us.
    Yep, Mind poison. You can watch the reruns anytime, anywhere, so long as you have access to a fast internet connection and unlimited download.
    http://www.hulu.com/

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  • R. Evans
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    Originally posted by Martok View Post
    Most network television is either abysmally stupid or thinly veiled low brow crap, and that is a fact irrrespective of music. Even many commercials are virtually unwatchable because they seem to be following the same format as network programmers. I understand the old adage that sex sells, but when network television programming is saturated with sex in all of its gross forms, it is indicitive of some other agenda.
    And what is that? Enlighten us.

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  • Martok
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    Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
    Because TV is evil, unless filled with angelic music.
    Most network television is either abysmally stupid or thinly veiled low brow crap, and that is a fact irrrespective of music. Even many commercials are virtually unwatchable because they seem to be following the same format as network programmers. I understand the old adage that sex sells, but when network television programming is saturated with sex in all of its gross forms, it is indicitive of some other agenda.

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  • lirelou
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    I thought the show was moronic enough without having to bring in christian values. But then, I've only ever watched a few minutes of a few shows.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by Pruitt View Post
    How would we be able to tell when Ashton implodes? I see nobody is worried about the second man in 2 and a half men.

    Pruitt
    Cryer? He hasn't got anywhere else to go, and he's very well paid.

    Kutcher? He can always run back to his mommy...Demi Moore.

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  • R. Evans
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    Maybe he doesn't like working with Ashton Kutcher?
    Who whould?

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  • Pruitt
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    How would we be able to tell when Ashton implodes? I see nobody is worried about the second man in 2 and a half men.

    Pruitt

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  • Centurion40
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    I'm beginning to think the Jon Cryer must be the Anti-Christ. First he influences Charlie Sheen to melt-down and self-destruct off of the show, and now this kid. If Aston Kutcher is smart, he'll get the hell off of that show before he implodes.

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  • Pruitt
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    Maybe Charlie Sheen can help him find more respectable work?

    Pruitt

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  • Mountain Man
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    Maybe he doesn't like working with Ashton Kutcher?

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  • Captain General
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    Originally posted by SRV Ron View Post
    Actually, the network censors did just that when he first appeared on live television.
    I know. I was being sarcastic.

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  • SRV Ron
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    Originally posted by Captain General View Post
    You do realize that song was written as satire right?

    And it's almost 30 years years old...
    It was also one of their first videos - before the sleaze and suggestive behavior in those videos started poisoning young minds on M-TV.

    Originally posted by Captain General View Post
    Do you think Elvis should only be shown from the waist up since he shakes his hips when he sings?
    Actually, the network censors did just that when he first appeared on live television. Nowhere as bad as the deafening high pitched shrieking from the teen girls in the audience that drowned out the Beatles playing live on the Ed Sullivan Show.

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  • Nick the Noodle
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    Originally posted by Naffenea View Post
    It is. This is supposed to be the last season and his role was being written even smaller than before.
    That would explain a great deal.

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  • Destroyer25
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    OMG OMG! Television is corrupting the religious morals and values of Americans!

    Religion and morality in the same sentence is oxymoronic, and the show is mildly amusing but pretty bad for the most part.

    Jake is pretty much just a stereotypical fat kid, and provides most of the show's minimal entertainment value.

    I do agree it's ridiculous for him to criticize the show because A, it's not doing any of the things he says it is, and B, if he's so worked up about it he should donate all his earnings to his zealotical cause and quit.

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