By Brent Bozell
September 25, 2010
The sexual revolution always seems to have another frontier. Indeed, the very idea of a "revolution" would be negated were there no frontiers to conquer. So deeper, ever deeper, we plumb the depths. Look at television. Every new frontier is just another titillating, initially shocking plot for a fictional or "reality" show, until there's a "new normal" and the novelty and naughtiness wears off.
Wash, rinse, repeat.
The latest example is a brand-new show on the TLC cable network called "Sister Wives," all about a likeable, long-haired Utah man named Kody Brown and his three wives and 13 children. But this isn't enough drama for a "reality" show, so the plot twist has Brown taking on a fourth wife with three of her own kids from a previous marriage.
We've gone down a very strange path from "The Brady Bunch."
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[Ed. I don't know about you, but I detest Hollywood. If you would like to complain to the TLC, click here. You'll have to fill out a multi-step form. Alternatively, you could contact John Hendricks, Founder and CEO of Discovery Communications, which controls TLC programming.]