Bozell's Entertainment Column 2000 Archive
Founder and President of the Parents Television Council, L. Brent Bozell III leads the only Hollywood-based organization dedicated to restoring responsibility to the entertainment industry. The PTC at http://www.parentstv.org features the Family Guide to Prime Time Television which aids parents in making informed viewing decisions for their children. Mr. Bozell is a nationally syndicated writer whose work appears in publications such as Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Post, The L.A. Times and National Review. Below is a collection of 2000 Entertainment columns.
Too 'Queer' or Not 'Queer' Enough?
Forever Young? Not Even Close
Times Critic: Just Chill, You Worrywarts
'Boston Public': Don't Be True to This School
In Rap, the Dregs Often Rise
Steve Allen: An Appreciation
Sydney: Looking Back in Anger, Amusement
New TV Season: Same Old Same Old
Family TV: The People and the Pretenders
'Survivor' and Other Reality Bites
Teens' Bad Choices: Who's to Blame?
Cultural Malaise? What Cultural Malaise?
The Family Hour in the New Millennium
Mel Gibson, Lightning Rod
Al Gore's Seamy Hollywood Side
The Rampant Rollback of Reticence
At ABC, It's RIP for 'TGIF'
Has Hollywood Gone Too Far?
Too Long in the Sun, or Just Wacky?
'American Beauty': A Moral Inversion
Basically, This Cable Is Trash
Stepping Forward, Stepping Backward
The Market's New Morality
Family Values a la L.A.
Pulling a Fast One: A&E's George Washington
'Cradle' Rocks Back and Forth