Several years ago I wrote a column here advocating "censorship" during the so-called "family hours" on broadcast TV. (I stand by that column's conclusions.) In it, I described a show without naming it, involving mothers bragging to sons about getting "laid" and all sorts of other obnoxious events. That unnamed show was "Two and a Half Men." Well, now one of the show's stars has announced that the show is "filth" and said that people should not watch it. The actor is correct: The show is filth, and people should not watch it.
There is every good reason for such filth to be banned from the public airwaves for at least a few hours each evening. Leave it to cable or satellite TV or whatever other privately paid-for outlets to air the smut they want. The community has the right to set standards for airwave spectrum licensed out to a few lucky, selected companies.
Meanwhile, don't watch the show. And don't watch anything else like it. And don't patronize the advertisers.
That is all.