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Question by Bryan: ok for guys to read “‘gossip magazines”??
ok girls, be honest, if you were over a guys house and saw that he had subscriptions for OK or Life & Style or other “girly” or “gossip” magazines?
Answer by Boo ♥ Radley If he had one that’s fine but more than that is a little curious…lol
Question by Janica: Does anyone know the daily quiz show “Daylight Robbery”?
My co-worker has a DVD filled with foreign TV shows. One of them is “Daylight Robbery” a quiz TV show. It is hilarious, but we can’t find it ANYWHERE online and don’t know where it came from.
Answer by so_what03 No I dont know it but you should be able to find it if you google overseas quiz shows daylight robbery or sumthing theres always an answer on google lol well i hope you find it sorry that i couldnt help that much
Question by Nightvision: Example of television satire that offended people?
What are examples of television satire that ended up offending people and causing a backlash? Similar to the New Yorker Obama thing that happened. It can be anything from “Family Guy” to “South Park” to “Colbert Report”. Anything in modern U.S. television satire that offended people.
Answer by formerflyer I am guessing you are younger. Back in the 70s the program “All In The Family” managed to offend almost everyone.
However, here is a specific example of a Saturday Night Live commercial parody which went bad. This happened at least 20 years ago. SNL ran a parody of a slot car set commercial. Their slot car set was called Meat Wagon and featured slot cars crashing and bursting into flames and then the Meat Wagon (ambulance) racing to the scene. It was absurd but some people believed it to be an actual commercial and someone wrote a letter to Ann Landers (advice columnist) complaining about this horrible race car set. Poor Ann did not know it was a parody either and quickly condemned the non existant product. Another commercial from years ago featured someone eating a candy bar and then talking about how good it was…while their mouth was obviously full. It just made most people want to vomit. It did not sell a lot of candy bars and did not last long. I think that was a Snickers bar but I am not certain.
And finally, a series of commercials for Longine watches in which a woman is showing her friend a beautiful watch her husband had given her as a present. The woman’s friend comments how nice the watch is and the woman with the watch says “Well, I was really hoping for a Longine.” Comedians had a great time with that one. The basic reaction was, this woman’s husband bought her a nice watch and all she could do was complain about it. The word the comedians used to describe the woman was not nice and it rhymed with witch. Made the Longine Watch company seem like a bunch of arrogant insensitive status seeking snobs.
Kind of a long answer but I am guessing you wanted specifics. Well, there you go.