NBC? What/Who is that?
Jack's fictional network, Out TV, is bought by a Christian TV network, leading to Spears contributing a cooking segment called "Cruci-fixin's." To further denigrate Christianity, NBC chose to air it the night before Good Friday.
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Does anyone watch that show still? I think it is only on LOGO.
Who cares and who watches, it will do as well as the Book of Daniel. I urinate on them, they are like the Rats in congress who are beyond explanation.
It's much easier to make jokes about the crucifixion than it is to contemplate the implications of the crucifixion, let alone articulate those implications to another person.
Who cares. If you don't want to watch the show (which you have probably never watched in the first place), then turn the channel. We need to loosen up a bit otherwise we're no better than the freak'in towel heads who want to destroy the western work because some newspaper printed a characture of Mohommad.
That is lost on most today, but I dare is was not lost on those who chose the name for a show making light of homosexual promiscuity.
I thought Britney Spears had some sort of Christian faith. Did that go the way of her career too?
The April 13th episode? That's during Holy Week this year...how considerate of them.
Let's issue a Fatwa against NBC, oops, wait, wrong religion.
Cool, another reason not to watch a show I've never watched.
I will happily boycott this episode of "Will & Grace"!!
Footnote: I've happily boycotted every single solitary episode of this show.
Real nice that they decide to do this 3 days before Easter Sunday.
...but, but I thought Brittany was a good Christian girl?
Time for your great turn off the TV image......
Why are we surprised when unbelievers act like.....well.....unbelievers?
I expect no less from them and so far they haven't disappointed me.