Is this an issue for Congress?
View Single Post
October 25th, 2010, 03:51 AM
Join Date: Sep 2010
Originally Posted by
Can we just pay them extra not to air their propaganda news and keep Family Guy and American Dad and House on? And the Philles game?
I'd totally pay for that. A 24/7 channel mixed of sports, intelligent dramas, and irreverent cartoon comedy.
Speaking of which, whatever happened to the Cleaveland Show? I never saw it. Did it flop or something?
Totally still on, I watched it last night. It's usually after Simpsons but before Family Guy. I realized tonight that other then the Simpsons, all the other shows are now Seth McFarlen shows....I felt that was awesome (I still love the Simpsons though).
I do like watching my local Fox news in the morning, because it's always falling apart. It's just fun to watch, there's like one real newscaster and the others are all "Hi! We're on TV! Kewl! I'm gonna update my facebook, yay!", and the one real newscaster looks like he just wants to bang his head on the desk until he passes out.
But no, not a congress issue. They have real issues. The two corportaions involved need to settle the matter, becuase they're going to end up loosing customers. Oh, and for those who have lost stations, hulu.com shows pretty much all fox shows. Usually the five most recently aired episodes. All totally free, legit, and only with brief commercials.
Last edited by midnight.train; October 25th, 2010 at
View Public Profile
Find all posts by midnight.train