Actually to go further and show you how SJWs just suck the fun out of comedy, just look at this review from the AV club on a recent episode of Brooklyn 9-9. This is how the reviewer opened his critique.
Looking at the title of this episode and considering where Brooklyn Nine-Nine is set, I figured “Sal’s Pizza” would be a nod to Do the Right Thing.
... I’m not asking for a frank discussion of race relations in Brooklyn or a parody of Do the Right Thing (that wouldn’t have played well); it’s just strange to include iconography so heavily associated with the setting involved and not give a nod to it at all. It’s not a knock on the episode, but it pervaded my thoughts throughout.
I'm not asking you to bring up a serious race discussion in a comedy BUT WHY DIDN'T YOU?
And that's how he ends it:
I wasn’t happy about the prospect of comedy derived from women’s cattiness, but Diaz’s short moment of sentimentality, that women in male-dominated fields need to stick together, worked without feeling heavy-handed or cheesy. Unlike Santiago, it didn’t overstep its moment.
Nevermind that the whole episode was built around the competitive and destructive behavior of men toward each others in the name of rivalry, the fact that the show spent 2 minutes of women showing the same type of behavior is "problematic" because Heaven forbid we ever depict two women acting like women actually do in real life.
Are those the people you want to side with, Rrail? People who are so obsessed with social justice that even when watching a silly comedy, the first thing you do his bring up race, and end by bringing up feminism.
We've been calling them Social Justice Warriors, but it might be time for a more fitting name: The New Puritans.