Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Did You See the New Fear Factor?

Louis Peitzman didn’t like it for many reasons. But this is what is relevant to this blog…

The first hour of Monday night's premiere featured a mother-son team who was definitely too close for comfort. They never stopped touching! And incest is so hot right now, but by hour's end, they'd been eliminated.

Peitzman, I didn’t see it, but since it ran on broadcast TV in prime time I’m sure they were only “too close” if you personally have exclusive claim to any touching by either one of them. Otherwise, what is the problem with touching or physical affection between a mother and son?

I’ve picked apart comments like this already. See here, here, here, here, and here.

What's next? "Those two women were just a little too friendly?"
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