A Thought While Randomly Coming Across An Episode of Family Guy
I was flipping channels the other day and an episode of Family Guy was on, in which former President Bill Clinton happened to be nude while talking to his advisers who were in their uniforms. I looked up why this was and found that it was for satirical reasons, but I was thinking that if it was done in a serious manner (not that I would expect it on Family Guy, but I digress), then it would have been a great opportunity to show an important person in a position of power who was nude, while not one of his advisers batted an eye or thought it was unusual in any way, which would show that 1) his authority rests not with his garments but resides within his person; 2) he commands respect whether he's wearing a suit or nothing at all; and 3) that there's nothing "undignified" about being nude. I just thought that this was a missed opportunity. Thoughts?
"At pains to define liberty, that most resolute of indefinables, our minds fall back on spatial images; on birds, sailboats, and mountains; the untethered balloon, the blue sky, the nude figure." — Robert Grudin
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