This afternoon, the local network aired an episode of the TV game show "Family Feud", hosted by John O'Hurley. This episode featured the Knight family, headed by Rick Knight, versus the Cisneros Family, headed by Juan Cisneros. It went into sudden death before the Knight family managed to pull out a come from behind victory. Why was this episode so different? The Cisneros Family were of Chicano dissent, while the Knight family, as testified by Rick Knight, had seven relatives of their family who currently serving as POLICE OFFICERS in the state of ARIZONA. To add insult to injury, the victorious Knight family's male contestants wore their badges on their belts. Why? Was it for the purpose of showing pride in being police officers, or was it for the purpose of taunting the Cisneros Family? All I know was this. When John O'Hurley asked Rick Knight about his family's background, he (O'Hurley) "cringed" in reaction to the answer; almost as if he understood the significance of this match up. Look, I don't mind a gameshow trying to do things in order to boost ratings, but this was classless. The producers knew what they were doing; so now gameshows want to get political... Great!!! So who will the Knights play next? A Black family from Detroit? A Gay or Asian family from San Francisco or any Muslim family, anywhere in America? Your thoughts?