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In this essay I am going to express my views on the bad aspects of TV and explain what they are Possibly this essay may change your views on TV and how it is used The truth is that most TV shows suck This is especially true in so-called situation comedies The reason they have to add that stupid laugh track is so you know what part is supposed to be funny If youll notice the funniest and most successful shows dont usually have laugh tracks such as The Simpsons because its a well enough written show that you can laugh at the parts you think are funny Instead of the laughing machine telling you which parts are funny Yet people sit through shows that they dont even like because they are too lazy to do anything else while they are waiting for a good show to come on Personally I have about 60 channels and in an hour period of time there is maybe one good show on Thats not much to select from Since televisions primary purpose is to advertise you also have to sit through about 10 minutes of commercials per 30 minute program So a 30 minute show is in reality only actually 20 minutes TV is mind numbing In order to reach its maximum potential audience so that the sponsors can sell more product TV shows have to be dumbed down to the point of having little or no intellectual value or relevance Which causes smart people to become less intelligent TV is always moving at a fast speed there is usually action or a confrontation in every scene of a show so that viewers dont lose interest This tends to make people bored in real life which is an awful thing because you tend to become lazy and unmotivated which will cause you to watch more TV do you see the cycle TV is too censored
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