sam and cat do the unthinkable

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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 1:47 am » by Boondox681


one of our favorite tv shows is sam and cat on nickleodean channel.typical kids show that we watch with our daughter,but in the new episode they did something i don't think i've seen before.
i applaud and support them,but it's things like this that get a show cancelled.

i've edited it down to a few minutes












this is just crazy
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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 2:10 am » by Slith


It was a little edgy, but good on em. But I like that stance. Which I think is becoming very much more mainstream today in many shows. Many of them geared towards the youth.

Yes, I looked at the words too. BOOM is right. Especially after a few drinks. eheh
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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 2:22 am » by godnodog


Hello,
I've never seen that show before, but it I understand the message, but the topic (sugar) was poorly chosen in my opinion, as some times changes in behaviour have to be imposed by laws, kids today have too much sugar, its a well known fact, parents have been informed yet they keep fatting the kids, sometimes because theynare ignorants, or they don't care or they want the kids to stop winning.

Not sure where in Europe, but one country has already ban commercials targeting children.

People say its about choice but most of them have no idea about future consequences or think people overreact, and doctors are warning of future pressure on health systems, like diabetes etc.

On a more " :ohno: conspiracy perspective" one can say that show was supported by the sugar industry, or beverage industry or by the pharmaceutical company thinking on the massives gains in the future.

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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 2:36 am » by Boondox681


Hello,
I've never seen that show before, but it I understand the message, but the topic (sugar) was poorly chosen in my opinion, as some times changes in behaviour have to be imposed by laws, kids today have too much sugar, its a well known fact, parents have been informed yet they keep fatting the kids, sometimes because theynare ignorants, or they don't care or they want the kids to stop winning.

Not sure where in Europe, but one country has already ban commercials targeting children.

People say its about choice but most of them have no idea about future consequences or think people overreact, and doctors are warning of future pressure on health systems, like diabetes etc.


look,i don't know what your angle is,but your making the rest of us look bad when you come here and start using all this 'reason' and 'logic'...... :D

On a more " :ohno: conspiracy perspective" one can say that show was supported by the sugar industry, or beverage industry or by the pharmaceutical company thinking on the massives gains in the future.


quite possible,but the show had 2 messages-freedom of choice and americans are stupid.the latter means they have to keep it simple.


i'm boon and welcome to Dtv :cheers:
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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 2:55 am » by Fatdogmendoza


Stop the hate, indoctrinate


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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 3:06 am » by Boondox681


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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 11:18 am » by godnodog


Boondox681 wrote:
Hello,
I've never seen that show before, but it I understand the message, but the topic (sugar) was poorly chosen in my opinion, as some times changes in behaviour have to be imposed by laws, kids today have too much sugar, its a well known fact, parents have been informed yet they keep fatting the kids, sometimes because theynare ignorants, or they don't care or they want the kids to stop winning.

Not sure where in Europe, but one country has already ban commercials targeting children.

People say its about choice but most of them have no idea about future consequences or think people overreact, and doctors are warning of future pressure on health systems, like diabetes etc.


look,i don't know what your angle is,but your making the rest of us look bad when you come here and start using all this 'reason' and 'logic'...... :D

On a more " :ohno: conspiracy perspective" one can say that show was supported by the sugar industry, or beverage industry or by the pharmaceutical company thinking on the massives gains in the future.


quite possible,but the show had 2 messages-freedom of choice and americans are stupid.the latter means they have to keep it simple.


i'm boon and welcome to Dtv :cheers:
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Very well, I will stop :roll: using them, from thismpoint I will use only holy grenades

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PostSun Feb 23, 2014 12:44 pm » by Middleman


If you want to hear some rather unpleasant conspiracies, google the head honcho of that show. Dan Schneider is his name.



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