Originally Posted by smartguy24;3300143;
If the description I read of just how much was shown in the porn incident was accurate (about 30 seconds worth of video including full-frontal shots) I don't think I'd classify a negative reaction and/or bru-ha-ha as people being overly sensitive. That's not just brief nudity that you've got to carefully control a DVR to see -- that's flat out porn. Is a person with a kid seeing porn and not saying "Look sweetie! Watch this!" really a prude? When honest to goodness porn makes its way onto broadcast TV, if people are upset, I don't think thats unreasonable. That goes beyond mere hinting and implying and/or adult channels in the 600 range of channel selectons of a cable system which can easily be blocked.
Besides, lets not forget that the whole thing happened in Arizona. At that point in the game, if it had been interrupted by Mr Rogers Neighborhood, I think there'd be an outcry.