NBCs new comedy Champions already had a swing and a miss regarding feminism. Now its back trying to deal with the topic of diversity. And by talking about diversity, I am of course referring to the shaming of white people. Unfortunately to some liberals, thats the same thing.

The April 12 episode Vincemas has Vince (Anders Holm) and his brother Matthew (Andy Favreau) planning for their annual camping trip until they learn that Vinces son Michael (J. J. Totah) is having trouble making friends at his new school. At both Vince and Matthews advice, Michael reaches out to one group during lunch to boost his image. The first group that accepts Michael just happens to be the Indian students club who welcome him due to his half-Indian heritage. {snip}

{snip} The Indian Students club quickly convince Michael that his father is being culturally insensitive for denying his Indian heritage and only doing white things like eating turkey burgers, giving thumbs-up, and going camping. To try to make up for his ignorance, Vince goes to his employees for advice, only to be told more or less the same thing.

Vince: Hey, guys, youre never gonna believe what Michael accused me of last night.

Britney: Wearing the same jeans for too long between washes? Weve all noticed.

Vince: He said I was culturally insensitive. Thats crazy, right?


Bud: Look, truth be told, when I wanted to take Columbus Day off to celebrate my Italian roots, youyou laughed right in my face.

Vince: Come on, in New York, Italians not an ethnicity. Its, like, normal.

Britney: You just called Italian normal, like everyone else isnt normal. Am I not normal, Vince?


Ruby: No ones calling you a racist. Theyre just saying youre being insensitive, like alike a patriotic grandparent.


Shabaz: Look. All white guys are a little bit insensitive. But its not your fault. Youve been brainwashed by the white-run media. And its not just them. Its the government; its school systems. In some ways, youre the real victim.


There you have it, white people. We are all insensitive, because somehow the liberal media is brainwashing us to be that way, and there is apparently nothing we can do about it. If only we didnt commit the mortal sin of being born with less melanin in our skin, then we wouldnt need to be constantly reminded how awful we are. Alas, thats the bulk of most comedy these days.