February 20, 2008, - 1:01 pm

HOprah Watch: This Smut Replaced the ABC After School Special?

By Debbie Schlussel
I remember the good old days, when I came home after school and watched re-runs of “Lost in Space,” “The Partridge Family,” and “The Monkees.” (Okay, so the latter two were cheesy. But “Lost in Space” is timeless.) I also watched the risque-for-the-time “ABC After School Special.” With topics like steroids, pre-marital sex, and the promotion of Communism (that Communists are nice, persecuted people in America was, indeed, a topic of one), it wasn’t exactly good fare for America’s kids. But I only saw that stuff when I wasn’t at tennis practice, tap and jazz classes, ice skating, and track and cross country running.
But that was then. This is now. And “now” makes that stuff look like Shakespeare. “Now” is Oprah doing her embarrassing imitation of having multiple orgasms. Yup, that’s what she did on her show, yesterday. And yes, kids watch that show after school. Oh, and Oprah, Meg Ryan called, she wants her scene from “When Harry Met Sally” back.
I’m just wondering: Isn’t this the same person who is going around the country for B(Hussein)O’s Presidential campaign?

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(Oprah Mag Artwork Courtesy of the Talented David Lunde)

Yup, the same one. The same one who, yesterday, on her show had viewers and audience members ask Dr. Mehmet Oz about their health problems. And the “health problem” that inspired Oprah’s acting job about what she supposedly experiences with Gail King went like this:

Oprah: Well, we already had our world records show, but you have a health problem. What did you want to say?
Audience Member: Oprah and Dr. Oz, I have like 18 multiple orgasms when I have sex, and we want to know if this is hereditary because my mom and sister have the same thing?

Okay, stop right there. These Oprah watching women discuss how many orgasms they have with their mothers and sisters? Classy bunch.
The woman continues:

Audience Member: My husband says to stop having so many because we need to save some so that we can have more sex soon after. And I want to know is this like a record? 18? Is there a way to find out how many I can have?

Yes, this is what passes for the “health problems” they discuss on Oprah. Doesn’t this belong in the Playboy Forum, instead of on after school TV? Ditto for Oprah acting out having orgasms? Is she auditioning for chubby chaser porn flicks?
Disgusting. And this woman and her viewers are the Barack Hussein Obama electorate. Um, as for Michelle Hussein Obama’s comments about not being proud of America, watching this show was one of those times for me.
What was that Obama keeps saying about hope? Forget about it. With an uber-glut of crap like this on mainstream television in the middle of the day, there’s no hope left for our country.
I really wish I could post the video of this, but I don’t yet have the capability. Believe me, it is worth seeing–and not in a good way.

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5 Responses

DS, unfortunately this isn’t going to go away. The pornification of our culture hasn’t even crested yet. I’m no prude by any stretch of the imagination but for me & my wife, “What happens in the bedroom- STAYS in the bedroom”. The problem here is that you have so many pathetic housewives out there who eat this stuff up. It’s simply supply and demand _These pathetic women demand this cr*p, and Hoprah supplies it. Personally I don’t think Hopra gives a cr*p about anything but the millions of $$$ she’s raking in. My two cents here – If these women gave any actual effort into their sanctity and respect marriage, they would most likely stay HAPPILY married. Instead, they focus on the consumption of material happiness, they’re pathetic spoiled children, and the emasculation of their spouses. My wife despises Hoprah because she has self respect and CLASS!!!!!!!!

RC Flyer on February 20, 2008 at 2:11 pm

I know how these problems can be overcome so that Oprah can get intellectual and spiritual depth on her show — get Elizabeth Hasselbeck to be a co-hostess.

c f on February 20, 2008 at 2:57 pm

B”H OK. Debbie. That’s it! I’m never reading your blog again! Partridge Family and The Monkees too cheesy?!
Just kidding… We can’t agree on everything.
We do agree on choosing not to invite Ms. Oprah into our respective living rooms. Hmmm… Maybe we should start calling Ms. O, Ms. something else. How about Ms. “Or*****?”
It’s one this to talk about a medical issue, or have questions about whether something is “normal,” with a professional, a spouse, or VERY close friend. But on television?
Sure there are times when a discussion of an unknown medical issue on TV can be very helpful to someone out there whose to embarrassed to seek medical help. But there’s a right way to do it.
Isn’t February an important month for ratings reports? Hmm…

Ben-Yehudah on February 20, 2008 at 3:59 pm

I remember Howard Stearn reporting Oprah for violations he was fined for instantly and she wasn’t. FCC is totally biased. Check out BET sometime. Garbage. Hard R rating on a daily basis. Prisoners watch this crap daily.

samurai on February 20, 2008 at 8:08 pm

Sounds to me like immature gloating from this audience member.
I can only assume Oprah caters to those with the mental and social capacity of high school freshmen. No one in their right mind would bring this up on international television, or admit they talk about this with kin.
Also, Oprah faked an orgasm on her show. The show was broadcasted. If the FCC doesn’t act on this immediately, then the FCC is irrelevant, proven discredited, and their rules and regulations not enforceable.
Besides, we don’t need them anyway. We’re adults and we can regulate the media we’re exposed to easily.

bhparkman on February 21, 2008 at 4:22 am

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