Norm Smith Medallist
- Dec 18, 2007
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Non that play Essendon
Sam and in general some cast of the show did have a degree of casual sexism and once or twice racism about it in the 90s period. You can’t deny that didn’t occur.
It also had some hugely emotionally memorable moments. The whole EJ Whitten period was as raw as it gets on live TV and made for all encompassing, compelling viewing.
I don't think anyone disputes that but it could be argued that it was more flirty than sexist in the 1990s, and in the early years the show was highly popular with women.