In the late 1980s and most of the 1990s, this show drew an audience, but I wonder if people noticed what it was saying.
Jerry and Elaine are in a store looking at porn videos. They notice one of the performers is someone they know. Jerry says: “So now he’s a public fornicator.”
Or “He’s gay. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.”
Or, Jerry again: “Naked is good.”
All of the characters were distinctly unfunny with the exception of Kramer, and dysfunctional.
I post this as an example of how morality is treated on television. The comparisons with the 1960s should be obvious.
My Christian brothers and sisters, be aware of what you spend your time doing and watching.