TThe Emmys have become an elitist event where the raunchiest "comedies" that promote anti-Biblical themes win, and most of the big winners are the Premium Pay TV (HBO/Showtime) shows. No wonder network television is in decline -- the awards voters always vote for the shows very few people watch, on the premium channels, where there are no standards on decency. The industry has shot themselves in the foot by making the most important shows the premium pay shows. And of course, as usual, there's a huge worship of The Whammy at these awards.
Are you telling me decency standards should never be allowed, since only the raunchiest shows can win? What does that say now?
on this note, I strongly believe that the BCS officials are
contemplating now that they've switched to pay television for the
championship game, why not go to Premium Pay TV or Pay Per View and earn
more money. The possibilities are endless when the only broadcasts of
the game will not be radio or standard television but pay-per-view. Can
you imagine a New Year's Day tradition of sport will disappear this
year as all postseason games on New Year's Day are pay games and NBC's
New Year's Day show will be cancelled? Tell your NBC affiliate to not
celebrate the day, since your show won't air. Hmmmmm . . . ◙