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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by cheesesteak, Nov 30, 2019.
Breaking news: Jazz not the worst thing at Jazz Festival. GNN.
I was not aware that Season 2 of Harley Quinn was already starting, but it's starting. First episode available now.
It's a crying shame that there's so little on this network that is worth the monthly fee.
If I was paying full price for the service, I probably would have canceled.
Yeah. If I become unemployed DCU is the first subscription to get 86'd.
Tried watching the first episode with my wife a couple weekends ago; I knew (and warned her) that it was very adult, but after 5 minutes we decided it wasn't dinner material, even with the kid out of the house.
I need to find some time to watch it on my own. So far I'm still finding value in DC Universe, even though I haven't watched HQ, since I love having access to most (all) of the DC Animated library.
Harley Quinn episodes are going to start airing on Syfy on Sundays in May.
I wonder how much censoring they’ll require. They’ll definitely need to sensor the F-bombs, but the violence and other language will probably pass on Syfy.
Syfy has had f-bombs (e.g., Magicians)...but AFAIK never to that extent!
Syfy is airing it late if that makes a difference. 11pm and midnight.
Well, felons usually do.
Especially ones with bad haircuts!
I have to admit that back in episode 1, when Harley started talking about how Batman got his name, I did a spit take and literally, grabbed the remote and said "WHAT DID SHE JUST SAY????!!!!!"
I just started watching this show. Holy cow is it profane, adult, and f***ing brilliant.
I remember being shocked by the profanity in a cartoon but then realized that it's just words that every kid from the sixth grade on up uses when they're not around adults.
HBO Max included this in an e-mail of upcoming animated shows (no date). I’m not sure if it’s just the first season or both seasons. The first season aired on Syfy.
Great show. I hope we get a third season (and more).
Dropping the F-bomb seems to be in vogue these days. The FCC and their censors have apparently relaxed restrictions over the past decade or so on the use of what was once considered profanity. I remember when you couldn't say words like d!ck or pu%$y or other related references to genitalia and then they started using them rather widespread. Then they started slipping in the S-word until that became commonplace. I stopped watching Suits because it was like watching a bunch of school kids just saying the word and giggling over it. Now they're using the F-bomb and other words that George Carlin once regaled as being the words you could not say on TV. He's probably laughing his ass off over this wherever he may be.
I don't mind the f-bombs when it's part of the regular language of the show or movie. What bugs the f-bomb out of me is that in a two hour movie with no cursing other than a couple hells and damns, they throw one singular f-bomb in there out of nowhere.
It's to make an f-bombing point!