(After writing all of this I read through Hendershot’s piece and realized she said the same thing) So, I will end my comment with this: Considering the current state of television, can we consider any television to have a cultural impact on a large scale when we are so oversaturated with content being transmitted to us? Our choices become more and more narrowing as we create a content bubble that applies to us specifically and no one else. Even Hendershot’s example is specific to Parks and Recreation and the audience that either viewed it when it was airing or now seeks it out through various other channels. We are limited by our choices. I will repeat Hendershot’s question here: “if a program raises important issues, but no one is watching, does it matter?” I did not find her answer satisfying, so if anyone has any thoughts please share!