Burke and Jordan were booked to discuss two of Jordan's plays, "Southern Baptist Sissies," about four gay men in the church, and "Sordid Lives," a coming-out story about a family planning for a funeral.
A spokesperson for the station said: "We are dealing with a very conservative viewership who I feel would be offended by the show's titles and their topics."
Instead, the show booked Randy Travis, George Jones, and Ken Mehlman, who promised to talk only about god-fearin' Nashville family values. Not.
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