- Original Message -
Subject: Inappropriate and misleading utilization of word "two-bowl-can" inside a TV sit-com
I'm a youthful brother from Toronto, Ontario. I want guidance and luxury of some type. I have to know that i'm only some of the one that found this sad, cheap and incorrect. What went down is for me false, misleading and dangerous towards the picture of certainly one of very couple of things within my existence that we hold dear and think about something very pure.
A week ago (Friday 12 , sixth 2002) I viewed re-runs of 1 of my personal favorite TV sit-coms: The NewsRadio on the&E funnel. The show is simple to look at, does not require audiences to follow along with it religiously, figures are witty, plots simple... I love it (or should I only say, I remember when i did).
I had been unpleasantly surprised at the plot from the episode which broadcast on Friday 12 , sixth 2002 around 9:30am ET on the&E. The jest from the plot was: Who owns radio stations station, Mr. James, bought movie memorabilia form an hard to rely on source and desired to sue because the merchandise switched to be fake. As his legal council in Mr. James' situation from the seller, who works out to become a minor to help make the matter more amusing, seems radio stations station's electrical installer-Joe. Why? Why would an electrical installer create a good legal council? Because Joe knows a particular secret and understands how to harness its energy. Joe claims that, or most, of idol judges are Masons which there's a particular word that when spoken makes idol judges find to your benefit, then verdict idol judges must head off to a secret cave and paddle themselves with large paddles with letter "M" in it. In the beginning Mr. James was skeptical and that i had wished that this is the finish from it, however when Mr. James was adamant that Joe disclose the key word, I had been unpleasantly surprised to listen to Joe speak the word which a lot of us would find very familiar and which sounds nearly the same as: "true-bowl-stick". The show continues, and we're poking fun at the display of junk Mr. James had bought and it is trying difficult to give the court as proof of disadvantage through the kid, who's protecting themself with information of the full fledged lawyer... The sentencing is here and also the show is near its finish and i'm wishing that it'll be objective and dismiss Joe's wild allegation and affirmed the judge is demeaning Mr. James for wasting courts time by listing all of the evidence and getting all of this introduced to the court to begin with. So when the judge provides a mean look and asks Mr. James if he's other things to include, Mr. James' "legal council", Joe, rapidly sways over and whispers something to Mr. James who performs noisy: "TRUE-BOWL-Stick", that as it turned out judge turns from disliking Mr. James to state he finds in Mr. James' favor and convicts the boy to 1 year in juvenile detention. Even though the boy has been pulled away through the court's clerk, even though Mr. James is trembling hands with Joe, as i am trembling my mind in disgust, the judge is departing a legal court room having a large red-colored paddle with letter "M" in the circle on its top.