Stroll on a beach in Southern California, and there's a fair chance you'll glimpse girl glutes girded only by g-strings. Feature the same female fundament, fully fabric-free, on a film-five-years -ago NYPD BLUE episode, and the FCC will fine you filthy lucre that would fairly fill a footlocker. Specifically, ABC and its affiliates have been mulcted (look it up) more than a million for displaying a 2003 NB episode in which a boy (and the audience) sees a woman's towel-less tuchus. Actually, only affiliates in central and mountain zones are being fined -- eastern and pacific stations showed it after 10 pm, a difference that apparently allows all the arses an affiliate can access.
Alliteration aside, is there any connection between the end of NYPD BLUE and the rise of high-definition programming? There's only so much a body-makeup artist can do . . . .
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