...As Beamish has said. ;)
Alright, dammit. I know this is really no BIG deal, but do any of you all remember when Sesame Street used to teach numbers, letters, and other basic literary concepts to children with the use of cute, kid friendly puppets and music?
Well, apparently kids are now learning from ADD remixes of crappy songs from the 'artist' that also did "I kissed a girl."
Totally inappropriate? It is kinda cute... Really, most of the kids watching this probably don't realize that Perry is basically covering her nipples with as little fabric as possible. Whatever. WTFrick was this supposed to get across as far as fun entertainment and education?
And then, when looking for child-friendly and appropriate material to teach the concept of rhyming words, a gritty pay-channel show (have watched; good soap opera stuff) about deadly vampires, sex and bloody violence is clearly the obvious first choice, right?
WTF, PBS? Seriously, WTF?!? Are you betting that the adults have Sesame street on and are aiming to entertain them, and that the kids probably aren't paying attention anyway?!? I mean sure, Sesame Street had vampires and monsters back in the day, but really?