Wednesday, April 18, 2012

One Million Moms attack 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23'


One Million lonely wives Moms must enjoy fighting losing battles. Their next target is the new ABC show, Don't Trust the B---- in Apt 23.

For some reason they think this show is opening the doors of Hell and and we will rushed Demon Fire... Ooh, I kinda like the word, "Demon Fire"... Okay, here's is their latest mess on a platter:
OMM must switch gears to another ABC program "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23." ABC's newest show is even worse than we anticipated, even outside the awful title it airs on Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. /8:30 Central with a TV-14 DSL rating.

To give a rundown of the thirty-minute program:
• 7 scenes/segments containing visual depictions of sexual behavior or activity
• 12 scenes/segments containing discussions or dialogue about sexual behavior or activity
• 15 instances of foul language
• The show opens with June walking in on her fiancĂ©, Steven, having sexual intercourse with her new roommate Chloe.
• June catches male friend masturbating
• Nudity- breasts and genitals blurred twice during program

A few quotes from the show:
• June: "I wrote a rap at Christian camp. It was called, Jesus is right, word!"
• Chloe: "We weren't really compatible genitally. Imagine trying to fit a cucumber into a coin purse."
• Chloe: "Oh, hey roomie! You're just in time for a little four-way action."

The program is primarily sponsored by movie previews and ABC promos.
These women needs counseling like yesterday.


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4 comments:

Writer said...

Maybe they're simply jealous that their own lives aren't filled with "visual depictions of sexual behavior or activity"? lol

Bob said...

Well, I'm boycotting the show because it's dumb.
The OMM's excuse is just their frigidity speaking.

luciferosirisarnold said...

OMM is probably has on 10 people in it.

fetaby said...

They do realize it was through sex that they were able to become "mothers" in the first place right? lol

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