Arguments for standards
i don't even think a video like "smack my bitch up" should have ever been played at all any kid can just flick through the channels and see this especially on a Saturday night when little kids don't have school. I think MTV should have used their brains a little more.
I was watching your show on Saturday and I think it was good to talk about all the problems concerning the videos. But what if a younger child was watching it without a parents permission? What if it gave them bad ideas, or had a bad influence? I think you should be a little bit more careful when it comes to shows like that, but otherwise I thought it was good.
I love the song, love the video. I about s**t my pants when I was watching with my kids 8, 10 & 14, when I realized you were not blurring out nipples or anything else for that matter. The shots after the strip club was when I changed the channel. If that was the way it was shown when it first came out I can fully understand why it was on limited hours. I am kind of shocked that it was played at all. Especially considering MTV has recently banned Custom's video Hey Mister, which is not nearly as offensive as Smack My Bitch Up.
how dare you play that video by Metalica called Turn the Page?
wtf are you thinking???? teens and pre teens watch MTV and MTV2. HELLOOOOOOOOOOOO anybody there???
my son is 12 and if he ever saw such crap on tv i would sue you for sure.
this is not pay per view or paid programming like Playboy.
MTV is free with cable or satellite.
i grew up with MTV you know, when you used to play videos remember that time??
you are exposing children to porn. that is illegal.