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  • whether you love him or hate him, you can't ignore him.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we'll be counting down our picks for the top 10 Controversial TV shows of all time for this list will be looking at the most controversial shows ever to air on television.

  • Scripted or not, And I a nice funeral or what?

  • Alright, alright, let bygones be bygones.

  • But remember, no more naughty little invasion plans.

  • Your kid, a number 10 family guy family guy didn't actually set out to be highly controversial in its original run.

  • It was mostly just another animated sitcom, albeit an exceptionally written one.

  • But ever since its return in 2005 the show has been different, more abrasive.

  • Now get up.

  • Come over here and give me a goddamn aside.

  • It has been accused of being offensive to both transgender people and the mentally ill.

  • It's been repeatedly criticized for its mockery of religious institutions and the LGBT Q plus community and the show's executive producers have admitted that they are phasing out gay jokes.

  • You're not gonna believe this Quagmire's dad's gay.

  • What's Quagmire never said anything about that.

  • The show's level of violence and Gore has also been the subject of criticism, including a particularly nasty scene in which Peter drives his car through the Boston Marathon despite the wholesome title, Family Guy takes No Prisoners.

  • Let's go, Let's go, Let's go, Let's Go, Let's Go, Number nine, Beavis and Butthead.

  • We mean you shouldn't really expect high art form from a show called Beavis and Butthead.

  • The show, rebooted briefly in the 2000 ten's, was a precursor to many controversial animated programs of the late nineties andtwo thousands, and it's intellectually challenged.

  • Titular characters were often the subject of contention.

  • Yes, you got any money?

  • The show, which was actually mostly a sharp edge satire, was blamed for at least two separate deaths involving young Children.

  • But it was found that in both cases the defendants did not have access to cable TV or the show.

  • And so we raise an age old question, idiocy, genetic or environmental.

  • I think our examples of Beavis and Butthead indicate that both are contributing factors.

  • Persistent controversially, eventually lead MTV into creating a tongue in cheek disclaimer that stated, Beavis and Butthead are not role models.

  • They're not even human, they're cartoons.

  • This was troublesome stuff back in the day.

  • It has become one of those standup chameleons and make a lot of money.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • Money Rule number eight, Game of Thrones.

  • Yeah, the ending sucks.

  • But that's not why this is here.

  • This is here because of all the nudity, incest, sexual violence, and do we need to go on?

  • The first couple seasons were not really, but sort of restrained, although they were criticized for their use of sex position.

  • Ex positional scenes involving unnecessary sex and nudity Next time you think about making goes.

  • Season three is when the torture porn accusations really started getting thrown around.

  • And Season four had a horrific scene with Jamie and sir see what Season five was particularly controversial.

  • Not on Lee was the scene between Ramsey and Sansa criticized, but so was the excessively violent and merciless killing of serene.

  • Hey, it was a great show, but it didn't make for the easiest of viewings.

  • Number seven Jackass.

  • MTV likes to stir the pot.

  • Beavis and Butthead ended in 1997 and Jackass was soon ready to take its place.

  • Jackass was repeatedly criticized for encouraging reckless and dangerous behavior, especially amongst Children and young teens.

  • Despite the fact that Jackass did all it could do to discourage such behavior, including numerous disclaimers, the show is still blamed for countless injuries and deaths.

  • It was even the subject of an intense campaign from Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, who claimed the show was endangering the youth.

  • Johnny Knoxville pulled the plug, and its TV run didn't last too long, although, of course it became a movie.

  • Franchise number 6 24 24 was a groundbreaking show, but it has often been the subject of disapproval, particularly in relation to its portrayal of terrorism beginning in season, for the show is accused of promoting anti Muslim sentiment and was often criticized by the Council of American Islamic Relations.

  • According to them, the show is contributing to an atmosphere that it's okay to harm and discriminate against Muslims.

  • What we will accomplish today will change the world.

  • We're fortunate that our family has been chosen to do this.

  • The protagonist, willful use of torture was also condemned by many institutions, including human rights activists and the military.

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  • S Army brigadier general even met with the producers of 24 to express his disappointment and warned the show's gleeful use of torture could damage the country's reputation on the world stage.

  • A very good liar.

  • I've seen better Number five Fear Factor Fear Factor was a different sort of reality competition.

  • In order when $50,000 contestants needed to perform a variety of dangerous, intensely physical and mentally challenging stunts, the stunts were often the subject of denunciation as a typically involved eating or drinking disgusting things.

  • These things included live insects, blended rats and donkey semen.

  • Claire, you are a savage.

  • Congratulations, Wow!

  • NBC refused to air certain episodes.

  • The American Humane Association accused this show of mistreating animals and disregarding animal welfare, and a viewer from Cleveland even sued NBC for 2.5 million.

  • It was basically jackass in game show format, and many people were just not having it.

  • Number four Saturday Night Live You never know what you're gonna get on live TV, and since it began way back in 1975 SNL has accumulated its fair share of controversies.

  • So why are you hosting Saturday Night Live?

  • Why?

  • And the answer is I have really nothing better to do.

  • There been many small incidents throughout the years, many of which involved unscripted swearing and the show has also been forced to ban many performers due to their inappropriate and unprofessional demeanor.

  • Like when Adrien Brody insensitively imitated Sean Paul way big up enough respect.

  • Done, saw.

  • But some of the wildest moments include the infamous hosting gigs of Andrew Dice Clay and Donald Trump.

  • Rage Against the Machine, displaying an upside down American flag on stage.

  • And she NATO counter ripping a photo of Pope John Paul the second we can't wait to see what the future brings.

  • Fight the real enemy Number three.

  • The Jerry Springer Show There are tons of syndicated talk shows out there, but The Jerry Springer Show Waas something else.

  • And that's mainly due to the irate guests.

  • Guests would swear.

  • Give the middle finger moon people drop their pants, punch kick anything to garner.

  • Ah, hostile response from the other guests.

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  • 1998.

  • A study conducted by The New York Times found that any given episode contained between 85 to 130 swear words, resulting in comically persistent bleeping and incomprehensible conversations.

  • Thief fighting also garnered criticism by various religious institutions and the Chicago City Council who claimed that Springer's guests should be arrested for their violent behavior.

  • It's trashy TV, but it's entertaining.

  • Trash thief number two.

  • Heil, honey, I'm home.

  • Okay, So in 1990 the British Network Galaxy heir to sitcom in which Hitler and Eva Braun have comical misadventures with their Jewish neighbors.

  • The Golden Steins It's Booth, the typical wacky sitcoms of the fifties.

  • In the seventies on Lee, the main characters were Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun.

  • Don't touch me.

  • You've been late for your dinner every night this week.

  • Please way Think you see where the controversy lies?

  • And while Joe Joe Rabbit managed to make the whole Hitler is a main character thing work.

  • Many TV historians and academics argue that Heil, honey, I'm home.

  • Veer too far in a trivialization and crassness.

  • I'll show you around the town, will have a few beers about Czechoslovakia.

  • Okay, this Adolf Hitler is a regular guy.

  • The show was canceled after just one episode and quickly receded into television infamy.

  • Okay, Okay, okay.

  • That's good.

  • This list could easily be a top 1000 but ah, well, we just don't have the luxury of time.

  • So before we unveil our topic.

  • Here are a few honorable or is it dishonorable?

  • Mentions?

  • Don't you know, cartoons with our own?

  • Your mind?

  • Look what it's done to your brain.

  • You okay?

  • Yeah.

  • Five.

  • It's not my Walkman.

  • Uh, yeah, yeah around.

  • Dear white people.

  • Here's a little tip when you ask someone who looks ethnically different What are you?

  • The answer is usually a person about to slap the shit out of you.

  • Yeah.

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  • Number one South Park South Park has remained so controversial simply because it's so brash and unapologetic.

  • All right, come on.

  • I'll drive you boys home.

  • Are you sure you're all right?

  • Oh, yeah, I'll be fine.

  • I got some beers to keep my buzz going.

  • Yes, Most of the humor is mentis satire.

  • But does that excuse?

  • It's offensive nature.

  • South Park has done it all and is made fun of nearly everyone, and the careless jokes have resulted in numerous formal complaints.

  • Hit pieces, protest, death threats and bands.

  • And it's not like the show's fans constantly defended either.

  • For example, the insensitive for trail of the recently deceased Steve Irwin earned condemnation from groups, individuals and fans alike.

  • But it's May Satan.

  • Steve, I win.

  • I am the crocodile hunter.

  • Oh oh, but they do know costume.

  • Sorry, you gotta go.

  • Censorship of the show has also earned criticism, especially in the episode where Comedy Central How is this for ironing bleeped Kyle's anti censorship speech.

  • In short, South Park and its network gets it from everyone.

  • Throughout this whole ordeal, we've all wanted to show things that we weren't allowed to show, but it wasn't because of some magic goo.

  • It was because of the magical power of threatening people with violence.

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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