Tom Joyce is an MRC Culture TV blogger.
Tom is a freelance writer from the South Shore of Massachusetts. He also contributes to LifeZette and The Washington Examiner and has written for various outlets including ESPN, Newsday and The Boston Globe, among others.
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The Simpsons took a refreshingly sensible approach, mocking feminism in season 30 episode 18 titled, “Bart vs. Itchy & Scratchy” which aired on Sunday night.
Family Guy did not have the same sharp, politically incorrect tinge which has made the show so well-known on Sunday night during its transgender episode titled, "Trans-Fat." This comes on the heels of the announcement last month that Family Guy would no longer be making gay jokes--even though they are willing to joke about a wide array of other taboo topics.
Family Guy proved it is possible to put so much anti-Trump hysteria into one half hour to the point where it hurts the final product in the 11th episode of the show’s 17th season on Sunday night, titled “Trump Guy.”
Family Guy injected anti-Trump politics into 10th episode of the show’s 17th season on Sunday night titled “Hefty Shades of Gray.”
The Simpsons took aim at President Donald Trump in a subtle manner in season 30 episode 11, titled “Mad About the Toy” which aired on Sunday night.
South Park decided to go after President Donald Trump in a subtle yet notable manner in the season 22 finale, titled “Bike Parade,” which aired on Wednesday night.
The Simpsons repeated the popular left-wing narrative of rampant racism in the United States in season 30, episode nine, titled “Daddicus Finch,” which aired on Sunday night.
South Park has no issue mocking the people who whine about political correctness as babies, and they did just that on several occasions in season 22 episode eight, titled “Buddha Box,” which aired on Wednesday night.
For the second week in a row, South Park brought back their Al Gore character to push the climate change narrative. In season 22 episode seven, titled “Nobody got Cereal?” which aired on Wednesday night, Gore and Satan are heroes in the fight against global warming.
Without addressing the issue by name, it appears as though South Park has changed its tune on global warming in season 22 episode six, titled “Time to get Cereal,” which aired on Wednesday night.
Family Guy took a predictably anti-gun stance in the fifth episode of the show’s 17th season on Sunday night, titled “Regarding Carter.”
It did not take All American on the CW long to become politically-charged and go after those who protect and serve the community. In the third episode of season one, titled “i”, two black teenagers are mistreated by police--and the main character claims the police are racist and "see my blackness as a weapon."
South Park has no issue taking jabs at people with all sorts of political beliefs and this week, it was the radical left’s turn to be mocked. In the third episode of season 22 titled, “The problem with a Poo,” social justice warriors and feminists are a major source of ridicule.
The Catholic Church was the target for South Park on the second episode of the Comedy Central show’s 22nd season titled “A Boy and a Priest” which aired on October 3. The show’s angle was to mock them mercilessly with priest pedophilia jokes.
South Park once again opened up their latest season by intentionally embroiling themselves in controversy over a touchy subject. Forget about depicting the Prophet Mohammed, the Comedy Central show's 22nd season began on Wednesday with 5 school shootings, all met with little reaction from the townsfolk.