Some parents nowadays are complaining about the message today's sitcoms send out. They think that television's hilarious, albeit snarky teens condone children's bad behavior. Some even go as far as to imply that the actors' characters will rub off on their kids' real-life behavior.
Comedian and father or three, Chuck Nice disagrees. "I think that the example you set in the home is what kids will adhere to and they will resist outside influences," he said.
Are kids on primetime television setting a bad example? Tell us what you think in the comments.
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