Angry Mom: Hey, MTV, if you're going to advertise your MTV Movie Awards nonstop on Nickelodeon, how about producing a show I can actually WATCH with my kids?!
I'm not a prude or anything, but when the F-bomb is being bleeped out every other word (or NOT bleeped out, in some cases), it just gets a little annoying ... and there is no way this is appropriate for my kid.
Over at The Atlantic, they wrote:
The MTV Movie Award producers must have had an "aha!" moment during the event's planning, realizing that the 'f-word' was a resource that hadn't been tapped. Never has whoever is in charge of the "bleep" button been so busy -- and the censor missed several. A few expletives here and there can add humor, but when every other word is profanity, the shtick just becomes tired. The 'f-word' has been around for a very long time, and MTV didn't succeed in making it shiny and new again.
I agree 100 percent! I use the F-word as much as the next guy, but not in the presence of my kids; I'd appreciate it if MTV would show my kids the same courtesy. Until they do, the MTV is staying OFF!