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HBO launched a new sitcom called Lucky Louie, which airs after the extremely popular and lovable show Entourage. It?s being billed as a modern Honeymooners, (working class Joe trying to get by) which seems to mean they say ?fuck? a lot and deal openly with sex.

I wish I could say that the dialogue picked up where Sex and the City left off, with sexually savvy women exploring fantasies and getting off. But the episode I saw might as well have been filmed in the Fifties for how retro the whole treatment of female sexuality came off.

The main character?s wife has an orgasm while fucking her husband for the first time in 12 years. She?s ecstatic and a little remorseful that it?s taken her so long to feel this much pleasure. Ok, so far I buy that. But then the rest of the show depicts her on this quest to get off again in the same way (picture lots of huffing and puffing). When she can?t, they?re both frustrated and perplexed, and she gives up saying she?ll just go back to the way it was before.

So what?s wrong with this picture? The writers had every opportunity to turn her on, and they left her hanging just to play it for laughs. My beefs:

  • She?s a nurse, wouldn?t she have known about her clitoris and its potential for pleasure?
  • The husband talks to his male coworker about the problem, but his wife doesn?t talk to her horny best pal about why she can?t come. Come on, girls love swapping sex talk.
  • tv vibratorThe neighbor across the hall is amusing everyone with her orgasmic moans while she gets off with her vibrator, which the neighbor?s husband tells Louie about, but Louie fails to make the connection that a vibrator might produce similar results with his own wife.
  • The neighbor and his wife have a chance to talk about her vibrator (like the one in the picture, which they do show proudly), but they don?t and he just winds up feeling inadequate, which is so stereotypical.

Anyway, I won?t be tuning in again because that kind of sexual idiocy isn?t funny, it?s just irritating. And women deserve so much more. We?ve come along way since the Honeymooners!