Precious Doll wrote:It's just a link to an opinion piece of which more will follow. It will certainly could be a potentially very awkward viewing experience.
But this on-going scandal, with new allegations emerging almost daily, are changing the entertainment industry and how people view it.
http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/aw ... fcc24ff69b
I'm assuming the Kyle Smith who wrote this is the arch-conservative former N.Y. Post critic, and not some Australian dude with the same name.
Yes, we can expect more of the same from the righteous right and the indignant left, while those in the middle mostly shrug.
I don't know anything about Jeffrey Tambor off-screen, but if the accusations are true, then he did the right thing in walking off Transparent. If they're not, then he should have held his ground and waited to be vindicated, but one can certainly understand his wanting to distance himself from the fray.
As I've said before, there's a witch hunt going on that will take the innocent with the guilty.
How do the mainstream Republicans get to give the middle finger to that odious hypocritical pig from Alabama while playing footsie with Trump?
How do Trump and Clarence Thomas get to keep their jobs while Bill Clinton gets re-tried on TV and in the press by card-carrying liberals as well as conservatives?
Why do little old ladies in New Jersey pass along Conservative News articles with screaming headlines like "why is no one talking about Joe Biden getting naked in front of a female secret service agent?"
They're not going to cancel the Oscars, or the Globes, or any of the other awards shows, but it will be interesting to see which A-listers show up as presenters and which ones don't.