Should "Big Brother" apologise?

January 18, 2007 2:58am CST
In a UK's reality show "Big Brother", an Indian actress is badly targeted by some co-members on the basis of racism. Do you really feel Channel 4 should take action against those participants.
2 responses
@lilaclady (28240)
• Australia
18 Jan 07
I haven't seen the show but I am going to say, it is a reality show and unfortunately whether you like it or not this does happen in reality, this is a show where people can be voted off, if the majority disapprove vote them out in protest. Once you take the reality out it is no longer a reality show, in the Australian Big Brother, the ones who were the pains of the show didn't last too long, just vote them out.
• India
18 Jan 07
Here only thing i wanted to mention is, Shilpa was representing a nation there and telling abusive words to Shilpa means abusing the nation. So only thing Channel 4 should do is apologies for there or script or whatever if it was predecided.
• United States
18 Jan 07
What UK BB are you talking about? Last years? I thought the new UKBB didn't start until February?