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Published: Thursday, Jan. 7 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

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Hank Jr.

Like it or not, I canceled my subscription to HBO.

Big Deal

Who cares?

Anonymous

Gasp

Todd Nuke 'Em

I can't wait! It's one of my favorite shows.

Movie hogwash

Yep, more HBO filth on Harlots and pimps. Hollywood thrives on immorality.

Regret

I wish I had cable just to watch this show. It always sounds funny and entertaining. I know I would laugh at this stuff too.

Troy

I must hurry and call HBO to renew my subscription. One of the best shows on TV -- and an accurate description of how our polygamous brothers and sisters live in Utah!

hmmmm

er, Troy how do you know that is how our polygamous brother and sisters live in Utah?

Yup, that's right

I love how the church and it's members always pretend to be "shocked" by the Mormon/polygamy association. "That was like, over 100 years ago, get over it!" But, until the church clarifies it's very obvious pro-heavenly-polygamy stance (and by extension it's anti-female-agency stance), it deserves all the HBO distortion.

Barb

this goes out to "Yup, that's right" boy, it must some kind of place that you live in? Why is it so important to talk against the LDS Church? Do they actually bother you, do they make your life hell? I am amazed at the pleasure that people get out of tearing something down that means so much to the people that are involved with it. I love my Church and nothing that anyone says will change that, but it hurts that people are so hurtful.

David

I love the americian way, show no respect, but expect respect back. No wonder the world is so against you.

Knut

I think that it is a fascinating show. For the LDS, it's fiction.

I used to believe that LDS was some crazy cult compared to Christianity, now that I know that they are all equally ridiculous, it puts it all into context.

Whatever helps a person get through the day is fine with me. LDS, Christian, Buddhist, whatever floats your boat. COEXIST

BYU alum

I love this show-- it's my favorite on TV! And it actually gets Mormon culture pretty accurately. I was going to volunteer to be a creative consultant, but they already have Mormon consultants to keep it real.


Who's your favorite wife? Marjean?

Pagan

HAHAHAHAHA!

@Barb 7:09

"I am amazed at the pleasure that people get out of tearing something down that means so much to the people that are involved with it."

Did your church or did it not tear down same-sex families in it's crusade against same-sex families?

"I love my Church and nothing that anyone says will change that, but it hurts that people are so hurtful. "

Stop being so hurtful to others and you might discover that they are not hurtful back.

Just wondering

I don't know why this article is even on Des-News???? Does the LDS church want it's members to watch this junk for a reason? Do they advertise and want there people to be influenced by Hollywood's lack of moral codes and standards?

Pagan

Barb, I gotta agree with the poster at 8:18a.m.

If you are 'so' upset about the mockery people make of the marriages your religion has done in the past, why do some in your religion actively work to deny marriage to others?

Prop 8.

to @Barb 7:09 | 8:18 a.m.

You stop being hurtful first.

Anonymous

How is this article reflective of Deseret Mgmt.'s new mission statement of championing virtues and respect?
This show is a slap in the face to virtuosity and respect (esp. to the owners of this newspaper).

re; just wondering

"Do they advertise and want there people to be influenced by Hollywood's lack of moral codes and standards?"

So my question is what were Joseph Smith and Brigham Young's moral codes when they instituted the practice of polygamy?? - and if you say that it was necessary during that time... why did it last so long???

Hmmmm.... as someone else posted above "harlots and pimps - thriving on immorality...

Stop trying to deny your past.

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