the 4,156,783rd article about how TV has gone to the dogs (or some other animals).
For the most part the article relishes, er, condemns various violent scenes from the TV series you would expect. Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Scandal, etc. But there is an odd mention of Family Feud. Okay, it's not so odd. Steve Harvey's incarnation of Feud has long been the target of prudes who want to protect us from the word "vagina." Which is the word that upsets the NY Post writer.
I did have to smile when she called the Richard Dawson version of the show "wholesome." That's close. If Harvey ever tried the Kissing Bandit's shenanigans, he would get drubbed as a sexist pervert acting out rape fantasies. (I'm not kidding. That's exactly what the critics would say.) It just shows how the golden haze of nostalgia can make anything look wholesome and fresh and ever so lovely.
Truth be told, Dawson's obsessive smooches got some adverse comment before his version of Feud became a worshiped classic beyond any criticism. There always was a dirty old man aura about the spectacle, which Richard enjoyed a lot. He did have an eye for attractive contestants of the female persuasion.