Read this article from the Sun (noteably the worlds' best newspaper... but only on page 3...)
I just so happen to have two out of the three conditions this programme has decided to label as 'undateable'. Yes I have indeed been so lucky in life that I not only developed Tourettes when I was 12 years old, I was born with an autistic spectrum disorder as well.
I just find the whole idea of this show offensive. It appears to be showing Tourettes as a 'hilarious swearing disease' rather than offering an educational viewpoint of the condition. As I and probably anyone reading this, will be aware, coprolalia only affects 10-15% of people with TS. I was unlucky enough to be one of those 10-15% but that's not the point. The point is that once again, kids are going to be picked on in the playground after little bully Timmy's Mummy decides to let her kid watch this programme. Don't tell me HONESTLY that no kids are going to see this despite it's late showing time. My little cousin was watching South Park long before I was and he's only 15 now!
What worries me as well is that people with Aspergers, whether they like it or not, are vulnerable members of society. This programme is exploiting people who might not be able to recognise that they are being exploited.
Oh and by the way. My Grandad has narcolepsy so I am triple offended...