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Old 01-19-2019, 03:30 AM   #381
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Damn, young Scully was f***ing hot. And in two episodes in NBC we've already had more censored words than the previous five seasons.
Which is hilarious because Fox started the “scandalous,” “boundary pushing” shows when they first launched in 1987. Now that has moved to their FX and FXX sister networks. All the while, NBC has gone further than Fox has for many of their shows.
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Which is hilarious because Fox started the “scandalous,” “boundary pushing” shows when they first launched in 1987. Now that has moved to their FX and FXX sister networks. All the while, NBC has gone further than Fox has for many of their shows.
I think it's because Fox tries to brag about being edgy where all the other networks just mature on their own without making a big deal about it.
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Which is hilarious because Fox started the “scandalous,” “boundary pushing” shows when they first launched in 1987. Now that has moved to their FX and FXX sister networks. All the while, NBC has gone further than Fox has for many of their shows.
And FX and FXX will become property of Disney!
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