June 20, 2007, - 12:06 pm

Sleazy Peacock Network: NBC Now = New Breasts (for Teen Prostitutes) Channel?

Boy, the fourth-rated NBC must really be desperate to draw viewers back. It’s whoring itself out–literally–to do so.
It sounds like an April Fools joke, but unfortunately isn’t. Variety reports that NBC will produce the English version of the Colombian hit Spanish telenovela “Sin Tetas No Hay Paraiso”–“Without Breasts, There is No Paradise”–about a 17-year-old

determined to get bigger breasts in order to escape poverty. She ends up working as a prostitute, getting involved with drug dealer in the process.

Ben Silverman: NBC Programming “Genius”

Scoured Earth for Teen Breast Implant Prostitute Drama

And who says NBC is not about promoting achievement for young girls?
NBC Entertainment Chairman Ben Silverman is responsible for this highly respectable step in street-life programming. And he pats himself on the back for it. Silverman says his pick of “Sin Tetas” represents

a giant leap forward for the networks of NBC Universal. I scour the world for the best ideas and for the game-changing hit shows and “Sin Tetas” is one of those shows. We have a tremendous opportunity.

If that is the best idea Sewer Silverman could find when he “scoured the world,” imagine what the worst ones were.
And you wonder why America is going down the toilet.

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3 Responses

“And you wonder why America is going down the toilet.”
It’s becuase of filth like that, and becuase of death busters like Ben Silverman. Nobody is gonna watch this. And unfortently when I’m watching NFL games….I’ll have to see promos for this disgrace to women.

Squirrel3D on June 20, 2007 at 3:21 pm

Ben Silverman should be fired.
I am sick and tired of the crap they call entertainment today.
One thing they could do is put the numerous good shows they have canceled over the years like Star Trek ect.

ScottyDog on June 20, 2007 at 4:09 pm

If only we had a network that shows nothing but old school good stuff. Stuff from the 70’s, the 80’s and even the 90’s. Throw in some cartoons we haven’t seen in ages…and you got a successful network on your hands.

Squirrel3D on June 20, 2007 at 6:28 pm

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