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#1
I was watching it with my parents and we all knew there was gonna be sex in it coz there always is.

but then this gay man started butt graphically raping, properly raping, his "wife".

it was rather disturbing.
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#4
what is this tudors you speak of?
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#6
did some one say rape?

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#7
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So? If you don't like it, don't watch it.


well im not going to now.


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#10
Started watching it the other day with my girlfriend, was surprised to find its actually good and not low budget like similar shows! Great cast too!

And to TS, if you can't take it, why complain? Just don't watch it!
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#12
It's about as historically accurate as having a bunch of call girls in the WW1 trenches.
#13
What's Tudors?
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#14
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It's about as historically accurate as having a bunch of call girls in the WW1 trenches.



Apparantly you've never been to france then...
#15
I haven't been watching it. Is it anything like the Roman drama thing they did for a while? They had some hot slaves
#16
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Apparantly you've never been to france then...


Okay, France 1914-1918. Not now!
#17
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It's about as historically accurate as having a bunch of call girls in the WW1 trenches.

That's what I love about it. Everyone is dashingly handsome, and they show none of the boring things that happened, only the good stuff.
#18
Did you think Medieval England was going to be romantic?

PS: You might not realize, but rapes are important, Rome became a Republic because the King's son raped a noble daughter. That gave way to the war between the Etruscan and Latin populations of the city.
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#19
well i'm not gonna watch (neve really watched it anyway)

but that bit just sort of said it all about the state of TV and culture today, just the fact that it seems acceptable to show that kind of stuff on national television on one of the main channels.
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#20
my parents r crazi bout that prog...i just say wtf and whateva..and exit stage left
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It's about as historically accurate as having a bunch of call girls in the WW1 trenches.

Did you know, the German Generals kept up the hate towards the Allies by telling the Kraut soldiers that the British and French had women in their trenches?

This has got nothing to do with the thread and very little to do with your comment, but I am a WWI and WWII geek, so I thought I'd put some of my knowledge to use.

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#22
What the hell does 'butt graphically raping' mean?
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#23
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but that bit just sort of said it all about the state of TV and culture today, just the fact that it seems acceptable to show that kind of stuff on national television on one of the main channels.
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#24
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Did you know, the German Generals kept up the hate towards the Allies by telling the Kraut soldiers that the British and French had women in their trenches?

This has got nothing to do with the thread and very little to do with your comment, but I am a WWI and WWII geek, so I thought I'd put some of my knowledge to use.

*walks away casually*


Actually, that had alot to do with my comment and is half why I said it.
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#27
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but that bit just sort of said it all about the state of TV and culture today, just the fact that it seems acceptable to show that kind of stuff on national television on one of the main channels.

Wait, what? I found almost all of Schindler's List harrowing and distressing but I watched it - not through some perverse desire to see human suffering but to humanise what I had read about the holocaust. Is it not acceptable to show these films on television because they don't portray the nature of humans as one big rainbow-infused hug?

Things like murder and rape aren't going to go away because we keep them off television, it's important to understand the past, present and future of the human race and censorship isn't going to help that - all you would achieve is to shield people from the grim realities of life. If it made you feel uncomfortable to watch then it did what it aimed to do - depict the horror of the situation. Also, this is nothing to do with culture today, you're just saying that because it's on television. Try reading books and tell me they haven't been doing the same thing for centuries.
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#29
she was all like 'oh no!' and he was like 'bang bang bang'
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#33
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what is tudors?


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#34
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well i'm not gonna watch (neve really watched it anyway)

but that bit just sort of said it all about the state of TV and culture today, just the fact that it seems acceptable to show that kind of stuff on national television on one of the main channels.


Dude, what's wrong with showing sex on telly? The Tudors is shown after the Watershed, so you can't really complain; if you want all telly to be censored beyond belief, go to America.

That's the best thing about British telly, violence, swearing, sex all from nine o'clock, in American you can only be violent, as long as nobody swears or enjoys themselves it's alright, according to the puritanical networks.

I've not watched The Tudors, because it just seems like Americans butchering oyur history, because they have no history of their own to butcher, and there's better Medieval porn out there, La Reign Margot being an example.
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#35
Here, let me show you why it isn't disgusting.





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#36
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What the hell does 'butt graphically raping' mean?


Sorry, worded it wrong

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Dude, what's wrong with showing sex on telly?


Nothing, i'm just a bit shocked by her getting raped.

Also, it seems to be trendy to show people having sex. Sure it is after the watershed, but that's not the point.

The point is that i don't think they should show people having sex, or raping, so grpahically.

I mean you saw him do it from all different angles and you heard everything, it just felt wrong to watch.
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#37
I like the concept of the series, medieval times, crusades, swords, ass kicking etc but yeah....
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I don't know, I'm getting pretty tired of it, I switched to russian theater Daywatch and nightwatch ftw.
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#38
The Tudors is amazing...

Jonathan Rhys Meyers..uh huh...
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#39
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Wait, what? I found almost all of Schindler's List harrowing and distressing but I watched it - not through some perverse desire to see human suffering but to humanise what I had read about the holocaust. Is it not acceptable to show these films on television because they don't portray the nature of humans as one big rainbow-infused hug?

Things like murder and rape aren't going to go away because we keep them off television, it's important to understand the past, present and future of the human race and censorship isn't going to help that - all you would achieve is to shield people from the grim realities of life. If it made you feel uncomfortable to watch then it did what it aimed to do - depict the horror of the situation. Also, this is nothing to do with culture today, you're just saying that because it's on television. Try reading books and tell me they haven't been doing the same thing for centuries.



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