‘Douche’ Writers Get Creative in Skirting Network Language Restrictions

Nov 16, 2009  •  Post A Comment

The broadcast networks are getting increasingly creative in their prime-time language in an effort to keep viewers hooked and yet not run afoul of FCC profanity restrictions, the New York Times reports.

A favorite word this fall has been “douche,” the paper reported, which popped up 76 times this year on 26 series.

–Elizabeth Jensen



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