We Love Trash Talk


First they came after Teletubbies, and we said nothing. Then we think they came after SpongeBob, but we were too stoned to notice. But now they’re fucking with America’s Childhood:

Add one more soldier to the Left’s war on Fox News: Oscar the Grouch.

Last week, in a re-broadcast of an episode that originally aired two years ago, Oscar starts his own news network, GNN (Grouchy News Network). An irate viewer calls in to berate him that the news is not grouchy enough:

“I am changing the channel. From now on I am watching ‘Pox’ News. Now there is a trashy news show.”

Big Hollywood is having nothing of that malicious slander:

If Mom and Dad watch cable news, it’s better than 50/50 they watch “POX News.” So what gives? PBS — a network partially funded with my tax dollars — has the right to tell my kids that their parents watch “trashy” news? The message is clear, I can’t even sit my kids in front of “Sesame Street” without having to worry about the Left attempting to undermine my authority.

If your parental authority is that easily undermined by puppets, you’ve got a bigger problem than a Sesame Street rerun. We can’t wait until your anklebiters discover Wonder Showzen.

‘Sesame Street’ Trashes Fox News [Big Hollywood, via Raw Story]

Why is a good, Fox-News-Watchin’ Amurrikin allowing his spawn to watch that socialist PBS anyway? Anyone who doesn’t realize that Sesame Street is a librul dream-come-true of tolerance, acceptance, and cooperation (i.e. Socialism) has not been paying attention to the conservative talking heads for some time now. Get with the program, Big Hollywood.

@Mistress Cynica: And there are teh gheyz Bert & Ernie. ‘Nuff said.

Of course their parental authority is undermined by puppets. Once you’ve started believing in the angry invisible man in the sky, maybe the puppets are real too…

you stole my thought. once they decided Murphy Brown was real its all been down hill.

That simpleton doesn’t seem to understand that when I say Now there’s a trashy news show I mean it as a compliment. Dumbass.

PS — I’ve always wanted to be a guest star on Wonder Showzen.

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