- Empire provides a nuanced and social powerful portrayal of people of color, while Scream Queens is offensive and irresponsible
- Main character Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts) calls the sorority maid a "white mammy" and "house slave"
- Chanel makes the maid recite the "I don't know nothin' about birthin' no babies" line from Gone With the Wind
- Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan are all white
- Author cites other blogs/articles that are basically saying this is lazy/done for shock value/heavy-handed racism for the sake of laughs is not funny
- There are only two black female characters in the cast, both variations of the sassy black female personas Murphy has presented before in "Glee" and the short-lived NBC comedy "The New Normal."
- No explanation as to why Keke Palmer's character would want to join a white sorority run by a racist.
i don't get all the jokes on minorities in scream queens. it's so relentless it's just off-putting :/ pic.twitter.com/hSQXEYenH7— sage (@twinksage) September 23, 2015
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How did this filth get on the air? Nothing about this show is funny, innovative or thoughtful — just 90 minutes of non-stop, tasteless bigotry: white mammy, predatory lez, hoodrat, etc. This shit is lazy and y'all should tune OUT!