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Big Brother 9 on CBS


Those readers holding their breath to see if Big Brother 9 would clean up its act and stay off of our Worst of the Week list can now exhale.  With producers forcing sexually charged strangers to sleep in bed together, this season is charting new territory in the unrealistic world of “reality television.”  The February 19th episode, airing at 9:00 p.m. ET, featured two lovers sneaking into the bathroom to have intercourse while housemates laughed outside the door.


Ryan and Jen are shown lying in an oversized chair kissing when Ryan feels the need to tell Jen that he is “horny.”  (CBS was even kind enough to give the viewer subtitles, lest viewers miss one word of deathless dialogue.)  Jen and Ryan are shown separately in the “confessional,” both explaining that they haven’t been able to have sex -- for TWO WHOLE WEEKS! -- and that because they are only human, they can’t control themselves anymore.  They then enter the bathroom, where they can evade the watchful eye of the Big Brother camera, and are heard making loud banging noises as they engage in intercourse.  While roommates catch on to what is happening, Jen and Ryan parade out of the bathroom with a clear sense of pride.  Jen says, “we got our one and done.”


The clear moral of this story is that humans can’t be expected to control themselves when they have been deprived of sex for two weeks.  Even if you are on a nationally televised program you should throw caution to the wind and get your “one and done” in the bathroom.  Or so says CBS.


This type of promiscuous behavior cannot be accepted as “reality” or presented as entertainment in the 9 o’clock hour.  One must question the producers and editors of such content and ask whether these individuals have any concern for families, or if they just want to make a buck off of prurient curiosity at any cost…and the answer is obvious.


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