’GLEE’ is not another 'High School Musical’
There is singing and dancing in FOX’s new television program “GLEE,” but this is no “High School Musical.” It is far from a family-friendly program. “GLEE” is another show targeting children and teens.
From Ryan Murphy, the creator of “Nip/Tuck,” comes “GLEE,” a new series which follows an optimistic teacher attempting to save their high school’s Glee Club. “GLEE” is not as graphic as “Nip/Tuck,” but just as offensive.
The music chosen for this show is extremely inappropriate especially for school activities. The choreographed routines are obscene and contain vulgar dancing which they perform for the student body.
The writers mock Christianity when the principal tries to discipline the Glee Club by having them select their music from a list of songs with either “Jesus” or “balloons” in the title which they translate as punishment.
Similar to most teen shows today all the students can talk about is s*x. Male students discuss grinding, erupting, and how girl’s skirts are so short they can almost see their ovaries.
Students show disrespect to their teacher and guidance counselor by telling them to “get a room.”
This is only a few of the high points or should we say low points of one episode.
If you are outraged by this new series send Olive Garden, Chili’s (Brinker International), and InventHelp an email asking them to pull their support from “GLEE” and no longer sponsor this program through advertising. Your email will also be sent to FOX Network.**