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Exactly...this is why I have been asking. Because on paper, the joke doesn't work. What does "white" have to do with it? As we know, African American viewers are a significant portion of the audience.

If they had said "old" viewers, that would also have been offensive, but it would have worked better...because of GL demos. But this? Makes no sense.

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