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Witless collection of offensive cliches
March 15th, 2016
By Mike DeNunzio


Surely rational adults, including this writer, will not watch the new ABC sitcom “The Real O’Neals,” Hollywood’s ridicule of Irish Catholics. There is nothing funny or real about “The Real O’Neals”; it is a witless collection of offensive anti-Catholic cliches and jokes about Jesus including a statue of the Blessed Virgin in the O’Neal bathroom, reports New York Post TV critic Robert Bork. Bork wonders what the reaction would be if such humor were used against other religious groups.


Mike DeNunzio
Walnut Creek

 

From March 17, 2016 issue of Catholic San Francisco.

 

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