No problem. I was likely a bit irritable that day. Don't really think you meant anything by it. It does irritate me at times that everyone has to be so PC except when it comes to gay people. Even the Seinfeld line, "Not like there's anything wrong with that..." I find offensive. Not in the context of the show, (they made fun of everybody and themselves the most) but when used by someone parroting the comment to justify being snarky. The funny thing is - I have lived in DC, New York, San Francisco and I'm from Houston - the greatest amount of actual prejudice I've ever heard has been in this city. Hands down. Guess it's a melting pot of such a wide section of minorities. And people here tend to hate Los Angeles. LOL! Well, I don't. I just prefer to live here with the fog rather than the smog! I really do wonder how this show is going to handle the subject matter. The "Rick & Steve" animated show is so outrageous. Funny, yes, but only for a very niche market. It has a bit of the "Just Jack 2000" flavor to it. I wouldn't want anything Henson going quite in that direction. The Muppet characters have always been able to be clever without offending people. I wonder if Henson Alternative will continue this tradition? By the way...started a thread about it...then it was relocated and forgotten, so here goes: The new Henson Alternative branding is the same "ha!" logo we grew up with for Henson Associates. Does anyone have feelings about something that nostalgic being used for biting comedy? I'm not sure myself.