Imagine…someone in Canada thinks Keeping up with the Kardashians is too crude. Are we watching the same show? Obviously, I'm being sarcastic, although I am not at all surprised by the dirty mouths on Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim, nor do their thong pulling, underwear sniffing, breast leaking antics shock me in the least. How sad is that?
It all started with a "knock knock" joke courtesy of Lord Scott Disick on Keeping up with the Kardashians that aired on October 23 in the middle of the afternoon. He and Kourtney spent part of the episode using donuts and carrots to simulate a certain sex act. Keepin' it klassy, those two! I guess I should give you the warning that there may some offensive jokes and/or language after the jump…you know, the warning that the Canadian version of E! forgot to issue before the episode in question!
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The Huffington Post is reporting a childish “knock knock” joke about sex has gotten the Canadian version of the E! network in hot water. The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) looked into a single viewer complaint about a raunchy topic that aired midday as a a rerun. See, one person can make a difference.
The complaint stemmed from a show in which Kourtney and Scott thought it would be hilarious to chat about which of them should perform anal sex on the other. Hysterical! During the episode,Kourtney reads a text message from Scott which jokes, “Knock, knock. Who’s there? It’s my penis knocking on your back door.”
The CBSC describes that in one scene Kourtney “used a carrot and chocolate donut to simulate the act, following which Scott used a cucumber and a candy gummy ring." Those krazy kids! The Council also notes a segment in which Kourtney torments Scott with a giant purple dildo. Remind me again why these people are famous?
At first, the network tried to denounce the complaint, asserting that “the sexual act itself is not explicitly described … rather, the subject is addressed through euphemisms.” However, it later admitted that it should have aired an advisory warning beforehand. The CBSC agreed, and the network will have to broadcast two notices in which it states it violated the Council's standards by neglecting to include an advisory warning when airing the rerun in the 4 PM time slot. Sounds like just a slap on the
ass wrist to me!
TELL US-ARE YOU SHOCKED THE NETWORK WAS REPRIMANDED? SHOULD KARDASHIAN RERUNS BE SHOWN DURING THE DAY (OR AT ALL!!)?
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