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  • dunk_n_donutz dunk_n_donutz Sep 16, 2013 4:09 PM Flag

    Has NBC- Universal alientated Heterosexual Male Viewers?

    The constant "kick em in the nuts" humor has gone into overkill for the past 5 years, while the incessant drone of powerful women and girls voices, are thrown full force into a steady stream of over the top sexuality that defies any previous standard of decency. Quite frankly, I just change channels every time I turn on an NBC program or Universal movie that ONLY depicts females as indestructible dynamo's both intellectually and physically, while depicting men (especially but not limited to white men), as fat, lazy, dishonest creeps who just "don't get it" or cant "get with it". My call to you NBC UniversalI: YOU get with it before you lose the rest of us. Before you choose to depict males in a certain unfavorable light, ask yourselves, "would we DARE to depict women in as unfavorable light? Face it "guys" (I assume powerful hollywood gay women here) - with or without Sunday Night Football you're on a collision course with even LOWER ratings.One more "whack em in the groin" cheap shot and Im out for good!

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    • as opposed to say CBS, where every male is depicted as an overweight dummy but yet somehow has some unattainable hot wife? (Mike & Molly excluded) Or pretty much every other major network where men are depicted as buffoons is sitcoms. Although the fact that you feel the CMCSA stock messageboard is an appropriate place to air your perceived NBCU programming grievances, probably indicates you're not chock full of common sense to begin with.

    • sick_of_double_standards sick_of_double_standards Sep 16, 2013 4:27 PM Flag

      Ha, and I thought I was the only one. But yeah, in the world according to NBC, and for many of the Universal movies, there are really only 3 types of male: The raucous vulgar late maturing 35 going on 15, the greedy despicable abuser of the weak or the good looking hunk of a white knight that is everything a woman (thinks) she wants. Ok, maybe there are a couple of more, but the dominant message NBC wants to send with it's programming is "inferior to females of any age".
      Thanks NBC. I have to subscribe to CMCSA for my internet or I won't be able to watch
      Breaking Bad, but I would deep 6 your network in a heartbeat.

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