The Parents Television Council often goes too far in its attempt to rid the airways of anything remotely controversial. In the past, it's asked for a federal investigation into Skins and compared a photoshoot to child pornography.
But we can see where the organization is coming from in its latest critique of Glee.
Following an episode that brought back Gwyneth Paltrow as a sexual education teacher, Dan Isett - the PTC's director of public policy - went off to The Hollywood Reporter about how many scenes were "pretty appalling." Specifically? One in which Paltrow's Holly dances seductively for students.
"If you had a real-life instance of that, I think it's fair to say the teacher involved would no longer be a teacher," he said. "But somehow it's acceptable for a fictional teacher to do this. Again, this is a real problem. Real-world teachers don't lap dance with their students."