I'm a big fan of Sopranos. That having been said, I have to say, after reading through this last weekend's NY Times, I've been wondering about what the heck is going on with primetime network TV. I mention this because I wonder if the major networks "get it" When CBS "bragged" to NY Times that they would be the first major network to use the "F" word in primetime broadcast, and was hunting for scripts that did so in "The right way" I began to wonder about what the heck is going on. The thing that some seem to be missing is that the Sopranos would be good, even without the language. It's true, it helps add a more realistic tinge to the program, but it's not the staple; and hunting for scripts just so you can slip the "F" word in now and again just doesn't seem very appropriate for network broadcast. I get it, as the Times pointed out; networks are feeling the heat from cable programming that is eating up their market, and that's one thing. But the major networks have other problems much more serious then "not mentioning the "F" word" and trying to figure out "we're going to swear like hasn't been done on broadcast TV before" (NBC in reference to two "cutting edge" programs).. I don't know what the right approach is, but if the major nets think this is the way to win back viewership, and all they turn out is a few foul mouthed, still poorly scripted with no general continuity series, they may find themselves surprised.