I love Louis CK and political correctness chased him away for a while
Well he did force two women to watch him jerk off, so... Maybe that trumps "but he's funny sometimes." I'm just saying, it's a priorities thing.
Force is a bad way of putting it. I think he asked if they would be okay with it and they said yes but they actually weren’t
"Force" is a pretty good way to put it when it's like "I'm your boss and also a super influential person in this field, so if you upset me, you'll never get a job again and all of your hopes and dreams will be destroyed."
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I'm assuming your question is about TV or movie project. If it can't make the income needed to keep the lights that is the only point of failure. It's not about any cultural turning point but what makes money. That is the sole value of any show.This is why more pc or general audiences are more common. More pc content by nature casts a larger net to make more money. That money turns into sustainability. This is free market profit motivation. a key aspect of capitalist spirit. I personally don't like Disney's cookie cutter puritan nonsense, but the only thing worse is offensive for offensive sake. I got 1000 cable channels to randomly watch, 50 shows on the back log from recommendation, 25 YouTube subscriptions. I don't need to hear them whinging about being censored, i already have enough on my plate.My main point being, it has nothing to do with PC culture. It just needs to make money. If it can't, it was never good enough to begin with.
Interesting you mentioned Seinfeld. He complained about this exact issue. I agree he was very inoffensive in his comedic approach but yet he made a point of speaking about this
@SuccessfulHornDog nice link