Perhaps people reading this in the US have heard about the controversial skit on the Hey, Hey It’s Saturday reunion and Harry Connick Junior’s reaction to it.
(In case you haven’t here is a link to an ABC News post regarding it.)
I am not going to add fuel to fire, because the issue ignites both nationalism and racism, pushing rationality to the side.
I just have to wonder what kind of producer would think that it would be wise to have that sort of act on a show which featured:
Not to mention the aforementioned Connick Jr.
A bad call by the producers, not only for content, but for also failing to realise that in this day and age that everything is both global and local at once.