Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 3rd, 2011
The discussion of Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” has gotten out of hand.
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The comments appeared to serve a purpose, in the beginning, to illuminate strong feelings involved and raised by this program. But, from both sides, they have become less than useful to this discussion. The name calling will NOT be tolerated.
The discussion is about the SHOW (“Finding Bigfoot”), and not about what one thinks of the cast members’ personalities or what those involved in the show think of the personalities of those who might like or dislike the program, actually.
If you want to continue discussing the show, the evidence found or lack thereof, the production company’s editing and/or items you wish to question, that is fine.