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Subject Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
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Original Message This was just on recent Merlin episode. This show is a fantasy TV series about a teenage Merlin protecting the young King Arthur of Camelot, so a lot of appeal to 12-18 year old demographic. A lot of kids like watching these vampire shows, or watching shows about magic. It is very trendy today.

Now on this episode of Merlin, I see there is a morning bedroom scene which is to tell you the truth, interacial. A teenage King Arthur is popping a young teenage black girl. I donít know if she is the servant or what? He is actually feeding her fruit for breakfast in bed, when Merlin wanders in. And they are like, hey dude, do you ever knock?

I haven't watched TV much in years except NFL, but once in a while I can not avoid it, like tonight.

When did this become OK? Who is behind this garbage?
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