HBO’s The Deuce has finally touched upon the feminist’s golden calf of abortion. After nudity, gay sex and profiting off porn for 16 episodes straight, I’m only surprised it took them this long.



While a guest on Tuesday night’s edition of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on CBS, Brooke Baldwin, host of the weekday CNN Newsroom program, doubled down on her contention that liberal protesters shouldn’t be described by using the “m-word” or “mob.” Colbert began the discussion by condescendingly stating: “You got in a little trouble from ‘the Twitter people’ because you said one of your guests called Democratic protesters ‘mob,’ a ‘mob,’ and you said: ‘We’re not going to use the ‘m-word’ around here.’”



Sunday night, Doctor Who debuted its second episode in its much anticipated 11th season on BBC America. The show, a British classic beloved by many in America, typically stays away from politics as it focuses on a science fictional universe. That being said, it is somewhat known for its focus on diversity, pacifism and all things “anti-violence”--which, all things considered, I am mostly willing to tolerate in a world where almost every show is littered with explicit jabs at conservatives and conservative policy. In the episode “The Ghost Monument,” however, Doctor Who really put the “fiction” in science fiction with a bizarre anti-gun rant.



Univision morning show host Carlos Calderón labeled both Kanye West and President Trump “nut cases” and “crazy people” during two segments of Despierta América devoted to discussing the meeting between the two men in the Oval Office last week.



NewsBusters has ranked Young Sheldon one of television’s worst shows towards Christians, and October 11’s episode “A Financial Secret and Fish Sauce” provided viewers with a reminder of why. Sheldon (Iain Armitage) has been so troubled by the need to keep a secret from his mother at the behest of his father that he can’t even go to the bathroom. To distract himself, he stays at his best friend’s house for his very first sleep-over. His friend, Tam (Ryan Phuong), is a Vietnamese Catholic and the family practices their heritage and religion at their home, which does not go unnoticed by Sheldon.

 



Did you have a sloppy desk in the third grade? Well, that shocking fact would probably be revealed to the world if you happen to be a White House aide for President Donald Trump. On October 10, the Hollywood Reporter published one of the great journalistic coups of our era. They tracked down the third grade teacher of Stephen Miller and she revealed that he had, wait for it, a sloppy desk. Okay, maybe he was a good student as his teacher conceded but that was overshadowed by the fact that he POURED GLUE ON HIS ARM!



I sat through all ten episodes of the second season of Netflix’s Big Mouth, an animated adult sitcom, so you don't have to and all I can say is, that is five hours I’ll never get back. You're welcome. I honestly don’t know why this series was brought back for another season unless it was to simply appease the liberal universe with their 30-minute ode to Planned Parenthood.



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.



Gender neutral bathrooms get a spotlight in Wednesday’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, titled "The Gang Solves the Bathroom Problem." The left loves the idea of gender neutral bathrooms, disregarding the safety and privacy of women. It's Always Sunny highlights all of the liberal left's talking points, illustrating them to absurdity but then ultimately coming down on the side of letting people choose which bathroom they want to use.



On the October 9 episode of Dick Wolf’s FBI on CBS, “Prey,” FBI Special Agents Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) and Omar Adom ‘OA’ Zidan (Zeeko Zaki) are tasked with investigating the unsolved murders of 18 young women. The women are discovered to all have been victims of a sex trafficking ring still in operation, but, instead of just focusing on the plight of these victims, FBI chooses to flaunt the debunked “one in five women are sexually assaulted” figure, repeating it four times!



#MeToo is the major theme in Showtime's newest episode of Shameless, titled "Black-Haired Ginger," and men get a brutal tongue lashing.  



Last week's NBC's Law & Order: SVU got off to a pretty rough start. Now it seems like one of the writers saw that school shooting premiere and thought, “We can do worse!” The latest mess of liberal propaganda focuses on the separation of families at the border, and, just as expected, everything goes wrong.