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That formula is long-standing though, it’s nothing new or stemming from WhiteKnight culture. Look at The Munsters, The Official Love Lenny Kravitz All Signature Shirt Simpsons, According to Jim, Everybody Love Raymond, etc. The formula is “LOL Dad is so dumb look what dumb Dad did.” It wasn’t about putting the husband down but more-so poking fun at the head of a family. The writers were making fun of their own fathers. Yea it, but it’s the wives’ portrayal that irks me the most. They’re rarely wrong or portrayed as “lol mom is so dumb”. Ever seen the Goldberg? Ik that’s a bad example because it’s based on real life, but almost every episode I’ve seen where the mother is the focus of the episode.
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Ah, interesting. I haven’t actually seen The Official Love Lenny Kravitz All Signature Shirt Goldbergs nor did I know it was based on real life. But I will say that historically women were written as bossy know-it-alls by writer’s rooms filled with men. We have more dimensional female characters like Leslie Knope from Parks & Rec because of the shift in writing staff. Generally moving away from old sitcom formulas. I know Parks & Rec isn’t a sitcom about a family but Leslie made a ton of mistakes and often played the role of the fool. I agree with everything but that last point. They’re a bunch of movies where manly men save women.