This show has at least created an audience that wants to learn more about what is really happening, and in the first season it actually pointed out things about the media that should be changed. I read quite a bit of your posts on this "hate-blog" mainly because "hate-blogging is the new black" as you say, and I have to say, you are an absolute moron.
I don't really have a huge gripe with any of this until the "moron" remark. To that I say: PROVE IT.
Name ONE actual thing I've said in the blog (which you claim you've read "quite a bit of") that makes me a "moron." Maybe then we'll have the basis of something resembling an intelligent discussion.
Continue to waste your time, or I see you stopped so maybe you have realized you are wasting your time already.Fair criticism as I'm WAAAAAY behind on postings for Season 2. In my defense, I've recently been catching up on a show I love, BREAKING BAD. But, no worries. I HATE THE NEWSROOM recaps will be back. If episodes of THE NEWSROOM cover events that happened last year, why can't my posts happen after the fact as well?
If you do not like this show, then go find one you will enjoy, like The Bachelor, Wipeout, Bachelorette, Flavor of Love, Rock of Love, Deal or No Deal, Teen Mom, Honey Boo Boo, The Voice, America's Next Top Model/Chef/Wrestler/Singer/Bus Driver, or probably your personal favorite Jersey Shore. My point is, at least there is a television show out there that is intriguing to some and makes the audience question things around them.This is the textbook argument of the fanboy. They name a laudry list of horrid reality shows as if the comparison will somehow will elevate quality of THE NEWSROOM. It doesn't.
If you have a problem with that, then go f*** yourself.Way to stay classy, fanboy. And thanks for playing.