Wow. I just found this today, thanks to Upworthy.com. I think it is both funny and sad. It is totally enjoyable to watch so ENJOY!
But now I have a question for you, dear reader, how could we change this? How could we change our media to be more inclusive? And not just about race, gender, or sexuality, but also about people in general. I mean, we can recognize behavior stereotypes in our shows. How would we change that?