What does NBC stand for?
To millions of viewers, it stands for the National Broadcasting Company. To me, it’s Nothing But Caucasians. The funny, yet serious truth is that NBC, like other networks, isn’t as diverse as it should be. NBC’s “Friends,” with its quirky, peppy characters, has everything America has: coffee shops, expensive haircuts and sheer freedom. The hit show is missing one thing – minorities. There rarely are any Asians or Latinos on “Friends,” and the only black people who appear on the show have some type of messed-up attitude only fit for the street. In one episode, a male character was hanging out with a black woman at work. They sat and chatted about how people in certain positions only eat lunch with those in the same jobs. She explained how the co-worker stopped sitting with her after he was promoted. “Hey, hey, hey!” she yelled across the room, attitude flaring. “Boy, I know you hear me! You ain’t nothin’! I used to sit wit’ choo!” The whole situation was very funny at first, but it stru