Saturday Night Live And Game Of Thrones N-dity

April 16, 2012 by staff 

Saturday Night Live And Game Of Thrones N-dity, Saturday Night Live’s recent spoof of “Game of Thrones” has been heralded as humorous by many, but it has also addressed an issue that has raised many viewers concerns. N*de scenes within “Game of Thrones,” which was meant to only be occasionally muddled in with the action, has increased calls by many viewers that the use of nudity on TV has become excessive and at times grossly inappropriate.

Etisalat, the United Arabs broadcaster which runs the show stopped transmission midway through “The Night Lands” episode which aired on April 1 due to its inappropriate sexual content.

Humaid al Suwaidi, chief executive of eVision, a television service provider owned by Etisalat stated that the episode was pulled because it exceeded the UEA’s standard of decency.

“Those shows are not really suitable for the family because of the nudity scenes,” al Suwaidi said. “This is a decision as per the prevailing law in the country. Whenever there is nudity, we don’t show it to our viewers because we respect our viewers.”

A SNL comedy skit joked that the excessive nudity was due to the show’s second “creative producer” who was an adolescent, teenage boy.

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