What I'm confused about is how you compromise the fact that you're a christian and still religiously watch those shows.Then don't worry about it.
And for what it's worth, if I recall correctly, my priest shares in my enjoyment of the Big Bang Theory.
That's scary. I see a lot of sex outside of marriage and sexual innuendo on the few minutes I actually viewed that show. From what I seen on it there's a total emasculation of "men" on it as well. I also don't get what's supposedly so funny about a bunch of sexually frustrated and socially inadequate nerds cohabitating together desperately trying to sleep with the next bimbo that crosses their paths, to be honest I think the show is lame even from a secular standpoint.
And Glee, you've got to be kidding me. how could a straight man, much less a conscious "christian" subject themselves that kind of deviation for five minutes? How can a God-fearing man partake in being entertained by an blatant, openly homosexual drama?
Just the fact that these are two of the top shows in the country just goes to show how dumbed-down and feminized the majority of the population has become. I see that it's mostly the younger, idealistic crowd that is attracted to this kind of liberal, feminine agitprop.