Friday, September 2, 2011

NPR blogger proposes that reality TV curb its enthusiasm for human exploitation.

As the United States slides ever deeper into a slash-and-burn, peasants-and-landowners environment a la medieval England, it's ever so clear that television networks and production companies will do absolutely nothing to rein in the excesses of semi-scripted drama with gotta-be-on-TV-no-matter-what civilians/professionals (with the exception of a few don't-do-this-it-could-hurt-you PSAs).

Once those PSAs air, NBC/Universal/Bravo are banking on the public paying no further attention to journalistic inquiries into reality TV ethics re the suicide-marred current season of THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS.

[UPDATE 9/3/11:]

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