The Orville — Star Trek For Cucks
At the beginning of the series premiere, the main character (Seth McFarlane), walks in to find his wife in bed with an unattractive blue fish-like alien. He does not kill either of them. He does not even get mad. He just mopes around for the next year until his ex-wife persuades their boss to make him captain of the hyper-effeminate looking Orville! Then their boss makes her the executive officer on the Orville, which forces him to sit beside her on the ship!
The main character just accepts all of this. A flea wouldn't be attracted to this guy. He is a cuck.
The cucking is the main story-line in the series. The ex-wife, their boss, and even their arch enemies (The Krill) act as if the cucking is a non-issue and that the main character just needs to get over it. Of course, in real life, such acts would get a military officer court marshaled because the kind of poor judgement that leads one to perform acts for which one can be blackmailed is obviously unacceptable for anyone with a security clearance.
However, this isn't real-life. This is TV land, so the cucking is portrayed as entirely the husband's fault for not being home more often. In TV land, women are not responsible for their actions. In the rare cases where a woman on TV does anything wrong, some man made her do it.
The propaganda is so thick in this show that I wouldn't be surprised to learn that his ex-wife is a single mom raising the blue fish man's baby and that everyone admires her for it.
The main character is completely useless. When he leaves the ship, the away team always consists of him and three women. The women do all the work and have all the good ideas. The show can be summarized as one hour of boring, uninspired, poorly acted drama where about every five minutes, a woman (unconvincingly) does something impressive and a man (unconvincingly) does something stupid. It is neither interesting nor funny.
The show has the tranny angle covered too. The hyper-masculine character (based on Worf) has his pregnant partner on board, and his partner is also a hyper-masculine character based on Worf.
The strongest crew member, by far, is the smallest female character. She explains how men have a problem with that, and that is why she can't keep a boyfriend.
Like most new shows, the men act like women, and the women act like men. Also, like most shows, the men are unable to function without the guidance of women.
In this show, the good guys don't call themselves The Federation. They call themselves "The Union", you know, like those fascists who were willing to sacrifice millions in order to kill millions ... rather than let them secede. The Union imprisoned legislatures in order to prevent them from voting.
Why would anyone watch this show other than to analyze the state of propaganda on TV? Could the dramatically lower testosterone and sperm counts in America make this show what such effeminate younger men really want to see? It certainly couldn't be true that some cabal is behind both the propaganda and the lower testosterone ...