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August 17, 2004

"Friends don't let friends censor Friends"

David Bernstein, contributor to this site, has an op-ed discussing the sexual harassment suit by a woman who worked with scriptwriters at the TV comedy "Friends" which charges (inter alia) that the writers' brainstorming sessions and other interactions included too many sexually oriented jokes (via Volokh). See Overlawyered, Jul. 31 and links from there.

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