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"2 Broke Girls" Mocks Jesus, the Nativity and Christmas!

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 @ 12:47 PM
"2 Broke Girls" Mocks Jesus, the Nativity and Christmas! Monica Cole One Million Moms Director MORE

Unfortunately, CBS continues to air the program “2 Broke Girls” on Monday evenings and this season it airs earlier than ever at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT and 7:00 CT. The 14-DLS rated show is full of sexual innuendos. The show’s primary dialogue consists of sexual references and it airs during primetime. 

The unacceptable content in just the most recent thirty-minute episode included: child neglect, drug abuse, sexual encounters, nasty dialogue, graphic sexual descriptions, sexual innuendos, extremely foul language and mockery of Jesus and Christmas. 

The cast dressed up for a Nativity scene only so they could win a contest and said, “We are dressed like idiots. Everyone look Holy.” Another comment said, “The best I can do is my underwear.” Plus, they mocked Jesus by using a cabbage patch doll and calling Him “Cabbage Patch Christ” multiple times instead of His name. The pot smoking wise men hid their weed in their gifts for Jesus. This is just the tip of the iceberg and only sums up the disgusting content of this program. The sponsors and CBS network are being irresponsible in promoting such a vulgar program. 

Contact Extra Gum (Wrigley/ Mars, Inc.) and politely ask them to pull their advertising support from the CBS program “2 Broke Girls.”

Click on link to Take Action now!

Monica Cole


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