It never ceases to amaze me how many ridiculous, gimmicky shows NBC airs and then pulls from their schedule from lack of viewers. They use the same strategy as the old GM used to do with cars that lacked sufficient testing: Let the drivers/viewers be our Guinea pigs!
Excellent, well written article. This guy should be a writer!
The show is one of the funnier on any network, although it's beginning to resort exclusively to crude humor. And I'm not sure why you would even insinuate doubt of the show's return, given that it is one of the most lucrative that CBS has ever had.
It's about time that we men debunk the cultural myth that all men should act like "mouth breathers" and that there is no right way to be a man.
Unbelieveable...this should only happen in Alabama - where I currently reside. I fell in love with the Burque on my first visit several years ago, and I consider it my second home. Specifically, I fell in love with the people. Come on folks, this is a blue state for chrissakes! I don't want to jump out of the proverbial frying pan and into the fire!
Dear "Pattriot", although I'm not so much an old hippie as a free thinker, I'd like to say this about our "identity crisis": That's not the point. It's a way of raising awareness that we are a significant part of the population - so much so that it might surprise you that one of your better friends is gay. Some day our numbers will be evident enough, so that flying a flag or having an annual "coming out" day won't be necessary or even worth a second thought.