Betty on the News: 'Gossip Girl' Threesome a Go

The CW plans to broadcast the steamy episode regardless of how parents feel.

Betty on the News: Gossip Girl Threesome a Go

The CW plans to broadcast the steamy episode regardless of how parents feel.

-Carolyn French

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When adults caught wind of a forthcoming installment of Gossip Girl in which a threesome takes place the Parent Television Council (among other organizations) flew into a rage.

And despite the dozens of protests over the past week, the CW plans to air the sizzling episode of the popular teen drama on Monday night. What’s more, it might be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how racy the show will get during its third season.

Read Parents Group Slams ‘Gossip Girl’ for Threesome Scene

“We’re not going to pull back,” a producer told the Los Angeles Times. “If anything, we’ll be accelerating because we’ve gotten our footing with these characters being out of high school. The PTC may be writing a lot of letters this year.” (Newser)

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0 thoughts on “Betty on the News: 'Gossip Girl' Threesome a Go

  1. Really? Is this really necessary? I mean kids already grow up too fast. How irresponsible of the CW when they know that the demographic for the show is young girls. Parents will have to step up and really be parents and ban the show and start writing to advertisers. Gross.

  2. I agree with Julia1057. For the pervs who actually would watch this show and tell others to turn the channel and that will keep children from seeing it, have you ever heard of the internet? This can be watched in any number of media outlets. Peer pressure and plain curiosity can make children watch this. Rent yourselves some porn if you fell the need or want to watch this mockery of entertainment. Shame on the CW for this desperate attempt to save the sinking ship that is their network! They should just come up with a truly good show!

  3. Yes, parents absolutely should step up and monitor what their kids are watching–it’s their job, not the GG producers. As a 20-something who sees the show as a weekly indulgence in the midst of my busy schedule, I’m excited to see where the show will go.

  4. *shrugs* If parents are horrified, then it’s their job to stop their teens watching it. Not the job of the network. That said, this seems pretty damn exploitative.

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