“The assumption we’re making is that there’s no reason to think that places where more people are watching more MTV in June 2009 would start seeing an excess rate of decline in the teen birthrate, but for the change in what they’re watching,” Mr. Though researchers who reviewed the study said the results are sound, it only proves correlation, not causation.
But either way, MTV can’t do the work of the adults in the lives of teenagers.
The episode touches on both the wholly New York phenomenon of now knowing who your neighbors are despite living in extremely close quarters with them as well as sibling bonds.
"Pamela"This episode features a sequence in a subway station and subway car that is one of the most accurate TV portrayals of the deeply complicated relationship most New Yorker's have with this beautiful, inspiring, disgusting, sad, lonely and disparate city that we've ever seen.
CK reacts matter of factly, but when his daughter turns to leave the room, he flips her off.
It's cruel and terrible, but made us of think of the This American Life when Dan Savage interviewed a woman who admitted to flipping off her children behind their backs after they had misbehaved. 2) Louie's extremely pregnant sister visits and goes into what appears to be premature labor, but is really just a case of bad gas.