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Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)

 
King Arthur
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Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
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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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
You mean Black Knight??
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
You mean Black Knight??
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Why? I see it was a Martin Lawrence movie, rated PG-13. Did that one have an interacial bedroom scene involving teenagers, too?

Not sure, never saw it.
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
Yo! somebody has to be out there!

When did it become OK to show bedroom morning after scenes on Network TV, to our preteen and younger, kids? This show is designed for them, after all.

Who is behind it?

Seriously - this country is going off the rails...
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
Merlin was on years ago. You're watching reruns.
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12/22/2015 12:52 AM
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
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?
 Quoting: King Arthur 40905076


I remember that series. They killed it way too early. But it was a fun watch till the end.

Anyway, that girl was Guinevere, baby! Yay, Arthurian legend!
The big shots tried to hold it back; Fools tried to wish it away
The hopeful depend on a world without end; Whatever the hopeless may say
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
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?
 Quoting: King Arthur 40905076


I remember that series. They killed it way too early. But it was a fun watch till the end.

Anyway, that girl was Guinevere, baby! Yay, Arthurian legend!
 Quoting: Coppercoal


Not this one. In this one I stumbled in they have the blonde hunky teenage Prince Arthur banging some black servant girl.

How is this OK to show to kids? How is it a good TV show for network TV? I am so glad I don't watch this stuff anymore, but I don't want this filth shown to my children.
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
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?
 Quoting: King Arthur 40905076


I remember that series. They killed it way too early. But it was a fun watch till the end.

Anyway, that girl was Guinevere, baby! Yay, Arthurian legend!
 Quoting: Coppercoal


Not this one. In this one I stumbled in they have the blonde hunky teenage Prince Arthur banging some black servant girl.

How is this OK to show to kids? How is it a good TV show for network TV? I am so glad I don't watch this stuff anymore, but I don't want this filth shown to my children.
 Quoting: King Arthur 40905076


I'm pretty sure it is. But tell me if it's not. Here's a clip:


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The hopeful depend on a world without end; Whatever the hopeless may say
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Re: Since when is cool for NBC to show bedroom scenes on a kidís show? (Merlin)
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?
 Quoting: King Arthur 40905076


Since Obama took office, that's when. Hyper sexuality is his main course in the seduction of children and young adults...it seems to be working with the older crowd as well. Slowly we have become immersed in an amoral society. It gets worse by the day, literally.
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