M*A*S*H: This is why America can't have nice things. (Netflix)
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OFFENSIVE NEW TV SHOW: A Millennial Reviews ‘M*A*S*H’

Like any good millennial, I spend most of my nights curled up in bed with my Macbook, relaxing with a bottle of wine and watching my favorite shows on Netflix. Netflix is great. It’s given us hilarious feminist comedies like Kimmy Schmidt and Orange is the New Black. It’s resurrected Arrested Development, a show that we all loved from our childhoods, and I’ve heard that House of Cards is good if you like political stuff. Recently, though, Netflix has betrayed us. I sat down and watched a new series recently that my sacred streaming service dared to recommend to me based on my interests in Captain America and Aziz Ansari. Netflix’s newest series can only be described with one word… problematic. The show is called M*A*S*H, and while I was intrigued by it’s title’s use of pre-iPhone emojis, the racist and sexist “bro” humor contained within the show’s dialog made me feel 😿🔫.

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