Dukes of Hazzard Dropped by TV Land

john w

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Next up....What about banning the sign on many "7 Eleven's," which has, "Oh thank heaven, for 7 Eleven!"?

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Arthur Brain

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Yeah... where ever will we be without this stupid tv sitcom from the 70s.

Not really the point. I was never a big fan of the show when it used to be regularly rerun in the UK (boy, do I feel old) but at least axe something for being crap as oppose to some PC 'outrage'...
 

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Sigh. Political correctness at it's finest.

This had better not happen to the sitcom with the most lovable dad of all times:

Archie Bunker.
 

tetelestai

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You've got to be kidding me.

If anything, you would think Liberals would love the Dukes of Hazzard.

It portrayed the cops (Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane & Deputy Sheriff Enos Strate) as bumbling idiots.

That's what Liberals like, they don't like cops.

What other TV show made the cops look like idiots more than the Dukes of Hazzard?
 

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This had better not happen to the sitcom with the most lovable dad of all times:

Archie Bunker.

Why would it? All in the Family was created by Hollywood liberals and Archie Bunker, although a lovable character, was also made to make conservatives look bigoted and ignorant.
 

Rusha

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Why would it? All in the Family was created by Hollywood liberals and Archie Bunker, although a lovable character, was also made to make conservatives look bigoted and ignorant.

:chuckle: It was a joke. I grew up watching shows such as Archie Bunker.

Personally, I think it's silly, but whatever floats their boat. Should I wish to watch shows that certain networks drop, I will either buy them OR view them on our Roku.

The only thing this changes is that I have lost respect for the network.
 
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