Fox viewers, on the other hand…
: Get a load of this elitism in a review of a show about Islam in today’s NYT:
t would be fair to say that the most important invisible figure on American television is Muhammad, the seventh-century prophet who founded Islam. Even many educated PBS viewers know very little of his story, yet his legacy is felt in some form every day in the United States as well as in the rest of the world. [bold mine]
Even PBS viewers? F me.
If PBS viewers are so smart, why do they like John Tesh?
No, PBS are note smart. They’re just snobbish.
When I was a TV critic, I hated hearing nothing more than, “Oh, I only watch PBS.” Which is to say that you are dull and isolated and like John Tesh.