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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by ThomasC, Feb 28, 2004.
Intense war scenes and an ending bound to depress. Wow.
The look on Sam's face when she realized that she had to deal with a hostage situation and draw her gun seems to recall her reaction to being held hostage herself last season, and using her weapon in the line of duty.
I didn't remember a warning in front of the episode (surprised to see the dismembered leg shown in that firefight flashback).
Yeah, I thought that was R-rated material, I didn't think they'd go that far. You'd think CBS would've done something about it after Nipplegate and the Grammys, but I guess that goes to show you that violence and gore are tolerable as long as you don't show "nudity."
Well, it's 10pm and it wasn't exactly exploitive, so I don't know that a warning was really necessary. I think it was also integrated into the episode well enough that it didn't feel like something they were trying to get away with.
I know NYPD Blue always puts a warning on (mainly for language and semi-nudity), and they are on in the 10 p.m. slot. I think The Shield has the same warning. Can't recall if CSI: Miami puts a lot of warning on their episodes (highly dependent on the episode itself). Survivor had to put a warning for the blurred out Richard Hatch horseplay in an immunity challenge.
But it was blurred out...
Well, whenever he goes "commando" they blurr out "Lil' richard".