Hold Sponsors of 'Good Girls' Accountable

Hold Sponsors of 'Good Girls' Accountable

If possible, try to imagine the worst possible characteristics a mother could have and you have NBC's newest program, "Good Girls." The title could mislead parents, but with a TV-14 DLSV rating, you can be assured this will not be for family viewing. The name of the show along with the age of the child cast members will attract young viewers. The content in this program and in its commercials is inappropriate and will send the wrong message to America's youth.

Offensive content in the program includes: thief, laundering drug money, murder, affairs, sexual dialogue, alcohol abuse, foul language, and attempted rape.

Almost every scene is filled with sexual innuendos, implications, or encounters. It is impossible to list them all, so here are a few scenes from the show:

  • The show opens with a mom on all fours on a table getting a Brazilian wax talking about her love life.
  • The dad was performing what appears to be oral sex on his employee at work.
  • Then three moms break the law by committing a premeditated robbery after they drop their kids off at school!
  • One child actor is playing the part of a gender non-binary tween.

That was in the first few minutes! This vile content should not be on television, let alone primetime.

Take Action

Please use the information we have provided to contact Outback and ask they pull their financial support from "Good Girls" immediately.

Send Email

Send To: news@Outback.com Subject: Think of the children

As a parent and a member of OneMillionMoms.com, I am greatly disappointed in Outback’s decision to sponsor NBC’s “Good Girls.”

For starters, you can be assured with a TV-14 DLSV rating, it is not appropriate for family viewing. The content of this unbelievable program includes extreme foul language, thief, murder, attempted rape, affairs, alcohol abuse, sexual implications, and graphic encounters throughout the entire program.

“Good Girls” is twisted and warped entertainment that I am sure you do not want your company associated with. The victims of this outrageous program are the young cast members, not to mention any child who views the show.

While your company is a household name, I do not agree with your financial backing of this program. I certainly hope your company's financial support of this type of television programming with advertising dollars is simply an oversight.

As a consumer, I am asking you to please pull your sponsorship immediately. I urge you to place “Good Girls” on your “do not advertise” list. My decision to support Outback depends on it.

I look forward to hearing from you regarding my concern.