Just when you think someone is a beloved children's television icon, along comes some study suggesting he's to blame for ... everything.
A round-table discussion got heated on FOX TV when the topic of conversation turned to the late Fred Rogers, star of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." According to a study conducted by certain San Diego State University psychologists, Mr. Rogers is "representative of a culture of excessive doting."
Here's why: Remember when Mr. Rogers told kids they were special just for being who they were? Seems the soft-spoken, shoe-changing former minister was setting everybody up to fail. Watch as "Fox and Friends" battles it out over whether or not Mr. Rogers is responsible for an entire generation's inflated sense of entitlement.What, no negative repercussions from Mr. McFeely?!