If it’s the weekend, I’m watching MSNBC.
Or more accurately, if I start out the weekend with MSNBC on, it’s unlikely it’ll be changed in the next two days.
Whether it be Caught on Camera, Lockup, or one of the random documentaries that’s on, I’m sure to be entertained all weekend; as long as some crazy ass breaking-news doesn’t occur, you’re good. However, there is one program that easily tops them all.
Oh yes, I imagine this show is about as pleasurable for me to watch as the rapes these men committed prior to getting caught were to them.
What a great fucking show…
To Catch the Predator is the only program in the world that can simultaneously be a great fucking show, while also being a great fucking prevention show. There’s a juicy contradiction for ya.
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And don’t forget, smoking weed enhances To Catch a Predator’s entertainment value immeasurably; you can almost read the sheer despair felt by a horny predatorial kid-fucker the moment they realize they’re caught.Especially the ones who’ve seen the show before. Remember, the best part about it is they think they’re about to fuck a kid, and then all of a sudden they’re on TV and getting arrested for trying to fuck a kid; two things which relative to each other form the farthest gap between the best and worst thing that can happen to a pedophile.
I truly don’t understand why To Catch a Predator been reduced to the confines of MSNBC weekend programming. First of all, why hasn’t another cable channel other than MSNBC been able to get the re-runs? Better yet, why hasn’t another reporter approached Perverted Justice to just record like 25 episodes worth of footage, and then sell it to the cable channel that offers the most money.
Because they know that everyone would watch it.
All in all, I think To Catch a Predator hightlights how awesome it is that we live in a country where catching child-fuckers is an accepted form of entertainment.
God bless America.