It’s another week of new sitcom episodes on CBS, so you know what that means! Time for another peek into the strange, liberal mind of the “King of Sitcoms” Chuck Lorre via his egoistic vanity cards. This time, he’s taking shots at Trump’s main allies, claiming that they’ve “surrendered their dignity and integrity,” and “their souls” in exchange for power and prestige.
Liberal producer Chuck Lorre’s new show Bob Hearts Abishola has been vying to be one of the worst new sitcoms on television. This weeks’ episode, “A Bird May Love a Fish,” on October 7, once again utilized racist tropes aimed at whites, blacks and immigrants while also taking a dig at Fox News.
If there’s any doubt about Hollywood’s extreme liberal bias, and their attempt to influence public opinion towards the left via the shows they produce, look no further than the so-called “King of Sitcoms,” Chuck Lorre, who is known for voicing his opinion at the end of the shows he creates via snarky, leftist vanity cards. Thursday night was no exception, as another card appeared, this time at the end of his CBS comedy Mom, that shows Lorre is still carrying a torch for the Russian collusion conspiracy theory, even seven months after the Mueller report proved there was no basis for it.
Young Sheldon premiered for a third season Thursday night on CBS and featured Sheldon and his mother connecting over mental health. Of course, because it was created by leftist Chuck Lorre, he made sure to throw some good old Christian bashing in, portraying Christians as "mental" for praying to an "invisible man in the sky" for "wishes."
Liberal producer Chuck Lorre’s sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola might be new, but its ending certainly was not. Monday night’s pilot episode for the new CBS show about a Nigerian immigrant nurse (Abishola, played by Folake Olowofoyeku) and her white patient (Bob, played by Billy Gardell), ended with a signature Lorre vanity card that was a clear shot at President Trump and his campaign’s red MAGA hats. The card simply showed an image of a yellow IMAG (Immigrants Make America Great) hat, the same one Lorre wore to promote his new show in August.
Another Thursday night means more Chuck Lorre shows, and the likelihood that Lorre is going to mock President Trump in a very bizarre way. Following The Big Bang Theory’s May 2 episode, “The Plagiarism Schism,” shows viewers obstetrical forceps. Lorre hints that Trump may have been injured by such forceps when being born, and that he may even have syphilis.
With a redacted Mueller report being released today, it's not merely the talking heads who are reacting in a bizarre fashion, it's also Hollywood, too.
As we’re treated to another week of The Big Bang Theory, it’s almost a certainty that creator Chuck Lorre will grace us with another vanity card aimed at Donald Trump, or a member of his administration. Following the February 7 episode, “The Donation Oscillation,” and its credits, the vanity card targeted White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, as well as her prayer life and her looks.
If it’s Thursday night, it’s CBS’s The Big Bang Theory, which has come to mean another Chuck Lorre vanity card during the last few seconds of the credits. Many of them have had to do with President Trump, though Lorre once again purposefully did not mention Trump by name.
As television shows begin to return back to their regularly scheduled programming following their winter break, so has Chuck Lorre resumed his political rants when it comes to shows he’s created and produces. This is even when the show’s episode has nothing to do with politics.
Viewers who tuned in for The Big Bang Theory’s October 25 episode “The Imitation Perturbation" were treated to more than the story arc of the week, namely the feuds surrounding couples impersonating each other for Halloween. Those who watched until the very last second may have noticed a very political "vanity card" for Chuck Lorre’s Productions that blasted President Trump as "a fascist, hate-filled, fear-mongering, demagogic, truth-shattering, autocratic golf cheater."
For their 60th anniversary issue, TV Guide interviewed "Television Visionaries" to assess the current state of the tube. When asked what was missing from TV in 2013, CBS CEO Les Moonves strangely declared "I wish there was more investigative reporting right now."
That's an odd answer, since it's something he could clearly fix -- but CBS shows like "60 Minutes" are presently preferring the sit-down puffball Obama interview. "Modern Family" creator Steven Levitan also wants a crusading Edward R. Murrow figure to move public policy to the left: