Netflix’s newly released comedy series One Day at a Time bears little resemblance to the original show that aired from 1975 to 1984. Leftist Executive Producer Norman Lear created both shows but the only similarity is the show name – and the wedging in of some liberal issues.
In CBS’s Madam Secretary episode titled “The Detour,” Madam Secretary’s husband, Henry (Tim Daly), is brought into an FBI investigation of a Christian doomsday cult called The Covenant of John. Raided by authorities in their operation in Bolivia while he was there, Henry has knowledge of the militia group and sets out to determine if Rex Mayfield (James McCaffery), a cult member now living in eastern Virginia, is the bomb-maker responsible for selling the bomb used on an Illinois coffee shop attack on orders from ISIS leader al-Mutaya.
In Friday's episode titled “Explorers” of ABC’s Last Man Standing, the men at Outdoor Man decide to use the preparation for their annual colonoscopies as a bonding experience – they were drinking the liquid prep together as they enjoyed a game of poker during the store’s after hours. Naturally, this led to some inevitable bathroom humor.
During the 74th Golden Globe Awards on NBC Sunday night, far left actress Meryl Streep delivered a dramatic, sanctimonious diatribe to the viewing audience and her fellow leftists in the audience. For almost six minutes, listeners were subjected to a laundry list of perceived wrongs that must be righted by liberal Hollywood. She may single-handedly assure Donald Trump a second term.
During Friday night’s Last Man Standing on ABC, in the episode titled “Three Sisters,” Mike Baxter (Tim Allen) does an Outdoor Man commercial promoting the store’s California earthquake kits. As he does the pitch, he looks into the camera and asks the question that many rational people would love to ask the voters of California – why is Governor Jerry Brown still your governor?
In Tuesday’s season two finale of Fox’s Scream Queens, titled “Drain the Swamp,” two random political references are tossed into the story. Perhaps that should have been expected, given the title of the episode – one of Trump’s campaign slogans, and the show’s history of political name-dropping.
In Sunday night’s episode titled “The Race” on CBS’s Madam Secretary, the U.S. uses a cyber attack to stop an imminent retaliatory Israeli air strike on Iran after Iran struck an Israeli nuclear facility. A loosening of sanctions has emboldened Iran and Israel must now protect herself.
In Friday’s episode of ABC’s Last Man Standing, Baxter daughter Eve (Kaitlyn Dever) introduces her new boyfriend, Rob, to her parents. During a conversation with Mike (Tim Allen) before brunch, twenty-year-old Travis admits to Mike that he is a recovering alcoholic. Yikes! The guy isn’t even old enough to legally drink.
Fox’s newest music series Star (a spin-off of Empire) debuted Wednesday and the show is straight out of a liberal fantasyland. The title character, Star (Jude Demorest), is 17-years-old and ready to leave an abusive foster care home in search of her big break as a singer. Finding her younger sister, Simone (Brittany O’Grady), through her social worker, Star tracks her down and promptly murders Simone’s foster father, as he had molested her.
Those seeking a fun, family comedy for their children should watch out because Season Two of Netflix’s Fuller House goes into full-on liberal indoctrination mode using all of the standard pet issues of the environmentalist left - through a third grader!
The newest episode of Fox’s Scream Queens, titled “Rapunzel, Rapunzel,” did a whole lot of political name-dropping on Tuesday night.
On Friday night’s episode of ABC’s Last Man Standing, Mike Baxter (Tim Allen) has met the enemy of free speech on college campuses, thanks to liberal professors, and that enemy is known as "micro-aggressions." Micro-aggressions are the words no longer allowed on campus because they may offend someone. Today’s special snowflake college students evidently will melt into a puddle if faced with an alternate opinion than what is spoon-fed to them by professors with liberal, politically correct agendas.
The CW’s Jane the Virgin went the predictable crooked, corrupt Catholic Church route on Monday night.
In Story 4: “Ladies Night” of Thursday night’s episode of CBS’s Life in Pieces titled “Dinner Professor Steps Lesbian,” Dougie (Fortune Feinster) realizes she is a lesbian even though everyone around her could have cracked this mystery for her from the get-go.
"Woke" white people making snide remarks about accusations of police brutality seems to be a theme this week. Tuesday’s episode of Fox’s Scream Queens titled “Blood Drive” included an anti-cop throwaway line at the beginning of the show.
In “Havana Wild Weekend,” the Fox show The Simpsons is rife with shots at the Veterans Administration and historically referenced zingers to life in today’s Cuba.
Friday night’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on the CW presents abortion as an acceptable option if the couple doesn’t tell their priest - because then the priest won’t tell God. What kind of liberal mumbo-jumbo rationalization is this?
California Senator Barbara Boxer was called upon to counsel Chelsea Handler on her Netflix show that was taped the day after the presidential election results. Talk about a meltdown – in Thursday's episode titled “The Day After with Sen. Barbara Boxer,” both women were in tears that Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump. It was a ridiculous spectacle.
In “Hero Complex,” Wednesday night’s episode of CBS’s Code Black, two doctors practicing at Angel’s Memorial Hospital clash over California’s End of Life Option Act – state-sanctioned assisted suicide.
Chelsea Handler has devoted many of her shows to getting out the vote for Hillary Clinton and on Thursday’s episode “So Fiercely Proud of My Mom,” Handler interviewed former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton on her Netflix show, Chelsea.