Like it? That's fine. You're an adult. But do you like it enough to watch it with a 12 year-old? MTV thinks you should.
I Just Want My Pants Back is the latest attempt by MTV to parlay a lifestyle of drunken hook-ups into the living room of minors. But in all fairness (I am no prude), if adults want to complain about finding lost clothing because of a poorly-planned indiscretion, have at it. They are adults. They can do whatever (and, er, whomever) they want to.
But here’s where Watchdog Mom gets irritated: MTV is advertising this show to 12 year olds. Don’t believe me? MTV’s head-honcho himself, the head of programming, David Janollari, is on the record saying the network is targeting kids as young as 12 with the content:
“The idea is to reach out to the 12-34-year-old demo at a level that relates to them.”
Janollari and the rest at MTV want to intentionally target pre-teens and teens with a TV-14 rating. The episodes introduce a foursome, and a woman asking a man to insert his finger into her rectum during intercourse.
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