PTC Shocked by "90210" Oral Sex on the CW


Uh-oh. There they go again. Foaming at their mouth. Calling for advertisers' boycott. Trying to find their remote controls which went missing back in the 70s. The Parents Television Council are disgusted by a 10-second alleged fellatio scene in the new "90210" spin-off.


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Sep 9, 2008 12:16PM EDT

oh dear, its not like you saw them actually doing anything. if you did well i would understand bcos of lil kids. n that .

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Sep 9, 2008 1:55PM EDT

Hate to tell you...but family hour or not, parents that are that concerned probably should not be having their children watch 90210 at all.Problem solved.

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Sep 9, 2008 2:04PM EDT

True fact, RachelL! Any of the shows about scandal and such shouldn't be shows that children under the age of 13 should be watching.
That includes The O.C, Gossip Girl, Skins, 90210, the Hills, One Tree Hill, and so forth. I mean, these shows are meant for high school students and college kids, not middle schoolers and elementary schoolers.

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Sep 9, 2008 2:47PM EDT

Agreed! If it's a show about high school kids, it's probably safe to judge as a parent that kids younger than high school shouldn't watch it. Last I checked, kids aren't too thrilled to be told not to watch something, and I really don't think 90210 is that crazy inappropriate, but as these parents clearly already know, part of being a parent is telling your kid "no" plenty often. ;)

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Sep 10, 2008 12:12AM EDT

High-Five Kendra! I couldn't have said it better myself! The fact is, like it or not, that teenagers ARE sexual beings and pretending that they are not doesn't help anyone. I think parents who are shocked by seeing such innuendo on TV are people who KNOW that they haven't instilled strong enough morals and standards in their OWN teens to make safe and intelligent decisions for themselves. (Gotta have someone else to blame for their own short comings...) A smart parent could USE such tv scenes as opportunities to TALK TO THEIR TEENS about sex, values, consequences, and decion-making under pressure... rather than running screaming to the hills "the media makes teens have sex ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!" :-0

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