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'90210' Oral Sex Scene Upsets Parents Television Council

The Parents Television Council is calling on advertisers to boycott shows on the CW because of a scene in the opening segment of last week's premiere episode of 'Beverly Hills: 90210'.

The group is upset over a scene less than ten minutes into the new series in which lead actor Dustin Milligan appears to be receiving oral sex from a girl in his SUV.

In a statement, PTC president Tim Winter says, "The CW Network has openly, wantonly and eagerly violated every business tenet of the broadcast industry. They shocked viewers during the family hour by depicting high school children engaged in oral sex in their car. It's such a sucker punch to viewers and a lot of families. No one tuned in to 90210 thinking, 'Hey, maybe I will get to see oral sex.'"

The CW has responded by letting the PTC know that the controversial scene was screened for advertisers before the show aired, and no one took issue with what they saw.

You can check out a clip of the oral scene below. While the act is implied, it's not nearly as bad as the PTC is making it out to be:

September 9, 2008 |

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