misterbuns - 2013-03-04 They admit six of the characters are actors right off the bat.
Why not a seventh?
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2013-03-04 I absolutely hate this kind of show. It creeps me out that anyone would exploit actual racism or homophobia this way. I don't even know how to rate this as it's evil but I hate it. A lot. They also did the same thing with a Muslim girl and I just think the entire setup is atrocious in its inception.
Blue - 2013-03-04 This entire show is justified just by one exchange from the episode where they had people of different genders and races trying to steal a bike.
"Is that your bike?"
"It will be just as soon as I can get this lock off!"
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2013-03-04 I've never seen a customer try to send a waitress home before. What do you call that, a citizen's firing? I probably would have left without paying the bill.
Ocyrus - 2013-03-04 I'd tend to agree, but there's no sense in committing a crime to make a point. I'd voice my opinion against intolerance and hate to the waitress and then ask to speak with a manager/owner and let them know why I'll never be patronizing their establishment again, as well as telling everyone I could not to eat there.
PegLegPete - 2013-03-04 This is exploitation for entertainment's sake and making money. Which is like all TV.
Old_Zircon - 2013-03-04 I, for one, am shocked to learn that policies enacted by a state's elected officials may not be entirely representative of the values held by its citizenry. It is fortunate that the recent application of rosin to the circumference of my monocle has successfully precluded its popping clean out!