“Frustrated Mom Posts Scathing Blog Post Excoriating Hollywood’s Immorality After Her Young Son Sees Shocking Sex Scene”
“In a post entitled, “Morning Sex,” Seitz recounted her morning…with her…son and daughter…the image…suddenly appeared on her television — one…completely inappropriate…
“I understand we’ve ceded the idea of morality in primetime. A moronic move, but one we…have to own. But this wasn’t primetime. This was a commercial about a primetime show airing while we all enjoy cornflakes and coffee and wish our kiddos a good morning,” she wrote.
“Someone decided the writers of Betrayal weren’t delivering a story that would hold viewers’ interest on its own.
Someone told talented actors that their craft alone – delivering solidly written lines in a believable fashion – wouldn’t cut it.
Someone told a director and set crew that their crafts alone – finding the right angles, setting a mood with lighting – wouldn’t get it done.
Someone decided that what was needed to get people to actually watch Betrayal was taking off the actors’ clothes and having them simulate sex – at least, the Hollywood version of it.
And then someone who does the ad placement…for…Betrayal decided …to place that ad smack in the middle of my morning. And yours. And millions of other family members.””