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  • Crime & Punishment: UConn TV network in trouble for airing rape jokes

    Crime & Punishment: UConn TV network in trouble for airing rape jokes
    UConn's TV network hosted on its website and twice aired a sketch full of rape jokes. In the clip, part of a student-produced “comedy” series, a young woman runs from a masked attacker only to have the blue-light emergency phones call her a “cock gobbler,” “stinky bitch” and “howler monkey.” “[Y]ou blonde bitches don't understand,” the object says in a Siri-like voice, “always crying about being raped. Suck it up.” In the hilarious finale, the rapist strangles the woman and drags her off. Women's groups and other sensible people on campus were outraged and UCTV issued an apology and took the video off its site (though someone sent a copy to the website Gawker).
  • 1st look: The Situation gets a comic book

    1st look: The Situation gets a comic book
    The abs of Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino have been immortalized in comic book form. The "Jersey Shore" personality and Wizard World unveiled the cover of his new comic Wednesday, in which Sitch is a superhero. Created by Sitch and artist Greg Horn, the...

    TV’s top 50 sci-fi characters: Mr. Spock, Starbuck and…TOBOR?

    Mad scientists and mechanical men, space cowboys and time travelers, ┬áman-monsters and man-eating aliens — clearly this is our kind ...

    Robert B. Parker, creator of the Spenser series, has died [updated]

    Author Robert B. Parker, one of America's preeminent crime writers, has died. Born in 1932 in Springfield, Mass., Parker wrote his PhD thesis on detective fiction and left a career teaching college English after his own writing became successful. Parker.....