CBS’s "Blue Bloods" once again touched on the challenges faced by officers in today’s anti-cop culture and delivered a powerful storyline that defended the honor of our heroes in blue.
ABC’s The Conners pushed an anti-gun agenda last Wednesday in an episode ("Triggered") that featured a mass shooting near the Conners’ family home. As if the episode wasn’t bad enough, the creator and producers spread more anti-gun propaganda in interviews with Deadline and TV Line.
ABC’s "The Wonder Years" reboot has been surprisingly fair for a Hollywood show, and thus enjoyable to watch - until it wasn’t.
ABC’s The Conners tackled the subject of gun control on Wednesday’s episode, “Triggered,” and it was as bad as you can imagine. Responsible gun owner, Dan (Jon Goodman), is portrayed as irresponsible while his critics are made to seem like rational people who want to keep everyone safe. Worse, Dan’s granddaughter Harris (Emma Kenney) is lauded as a hero when she steals her grandfather’s gun and sells it to the police.
When it comes to vanity, we all know socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is an expert and doesn’t need anyone’s help to boost her ample self-esteem. Hulu’s streaming comedy Dollface, however, still felt the need to make her head swell even further by claiming that “all chicks are obsessed with (her).”
It’s no secret how CBS’s "Magnum P.I." reboot feels about police officers. They’ve previously defended BLM violence as “patriotism,” labeled police as “the bad guys,” and claimed good cops are “guilty by association.” On Friday, they continued their hateful bias with a storyline so far-fetched it would almost be laughable if it weren’t for the serious repercussions it could have on this dangerous anti-cop climate in which a record number of police officers are being attacked and murdered across the country.
How this show gets away with such hateful, racist, and divisive propaganda every week under the cover of comedic entertainment is beyond me. Viewers aren’t happy, however, as is evident in the steadily decreasing ratings. Thankfully, this is the last season, but the end really can’t come soon enough.
The Winter Olympics may be underway in China, but here in America, the Woke Olympics are going strong on the -ish franchise of shows. In the category of race-baiting, the franchise has been steadily holding first place. But Freeform’s grown-ish helped them take the lead on gender fluidity as well on Thursday’s episode, “Mr. Right Now.”
Last week, ABC’s racist sitcom black-ish tried to argue that the American Dream “can be yours…unless you’re black,” and people of color must be perfect because their path to the American dream is “so narrow.” On Tuesday’s episode, “Mom Mentor,” however, the show completely contradicted itself by admitting that playing on “white guilt” gives black people a competitive edge.
Who’s ready for more "ish" from an ish franchise show?