ABC’s Last Man Standing has certainly breathed some life into Hollywood’s bashing of Democrats. They continue by bashing how they like to solve problems: just throw money at it.
In honor of inauguration week, Match Game decided to throw out a question about President-elect Donald J. Trump. Liberal host Alec Baldwin, who portrays Trump on Saturday Night Live, gave the prompt: “Donald Trump is starring in a remake of 'Brokeback Mountain.' But instead of a cowboy, Donald falls in love with BLANK.” Surprisingly, the answers (and Baldwin’s demeanor) were rather mild, considering the set up.
FOX’s Family Guy loves to mock the Christian faith, as seen time and time again, but this week they went so far as to talk about an eighth grader having sex with a Catholic priest.
Emerald City has only aired twice, and we’ve already seen demonic rituals and gruesome murders. This week, we’re introduced to a new topic: a character suffering an identity crisis, namely their gender.
Well, no surprise, CBS’s Pure Genius again reminds us that pushing the LGBT agenda is vital to their concept of entertainment. This time, we see two gay dads with a son.
NBC’s new fantasy drama Emerald City is a reboot of the classic The Wizard of Oz. Unlike the wonderful world of Oz we all remember, this series takes a much darker approach as it features an over-the-top demonic ritual.
For the second time this season, Bill O'Reilly is a topic of ridicule on The Simpsons. This time, Bill gets some free press for his Killing book series (Killing Jesus, Reagan, Lincoln, Kennedy, etc.), but at the expense of a fellow conservative, natch.
Pure Genius is certainly on the liberal bandwagon for its freshman (and looking to be final) season. This time, we have a Silicon Valley rich guy being Erin Brockoviched by James Bell (Augustus Prew).
Christianity is once again the butt of the joke on CBS’s The Big Bang Theory – this time mocking prayer and Noah’s Ark.
For the second time this season, Pure Genius has pushed the LGBT agenda, this time featuring a gay ex-prostitute, a lesbian outing, and a transgender actor/actress portraying a Christian! This is not CBS’s first time using a trans actor/actress for a role.
Well, it seems Pure Genius is continuing to follow the Hollywood script by adding a patient with a case of “Islamophobia.”
Family Guy is no stranger to bashing Christianity and Sunday night’s Christmas episode on Fox, “How the Griffin Stole Christmas” was no exception, featuring Jesus not only mocked, but KICKED at the nativity.
CBS’s Pure Genius followed the liberal Hollywood PC script by adding a transgender character to Thursday’s episode, “A Bunker Hill Christmas.”
While everyone can agree safety is important, ABC's The Middle shows us how the federal government likes to overcomplicate even the smallest of workplace incidents.
Seth MacFarlane strikes again at Jesus on Family Guy, and just in time for Christmas…how thoughtful. Clearly MacFarlane is harping on the idea that Jesus was married and had children. Along with that garbage, they also poke fun at His sacrifice and make God seem like a “dick” for sending Jesus to die for our sins.
ABC's Designated Survivor trotted out the tired trope of the "anti-government militia" right-wing terrorist group during Wednesday night's episode "The Results."
NBC’s Blindspot aired its mid-season fall finale “Why Let Cooler Pasture Deform” and finally revealed the motivations behind the American terrorist group Sandstorm: drone attacks in the war in Afghanistan.
NBC’s new drama Timeless brought us back to 1972 during the episode “The Watergate Tape” where we are told America is involved in a major conspiracy, and like a cancer, should be attacked.
CBS’s Big Bang Theory has kept the pro-life message going with the storyline of Bernadette's pregnancy this season. This time, they focus on the baby’s development including how it already “hears voices.”
It’s okay to call President Obama cool again, according to NBC’s Superstore. Quite the change from 2012 when almost anything said about him was considered racist, including the word “cool.”