One of my favorite television shows is Scrubs. I think I've seen every episode at least 3 times (my hubby would say more like 10 times!!). The writing is incredible and if you pay attention, they will give you some interesting perspectives and things to think about.
As a college professor, one of the classes I teach is Business Ethics. This class never fails to spark animated discussions, as students quickly realize that there are two sides to every story and all things aren't always black and white. They are usually shades of gray.
Executive Pay - Shades of Gray
Bailouts - Shades of Gray
Taxcuts - Shades of Gray
Government Spending - Shades of Gray
To highlight this to the students, I always show them a clip from Scrubs. The clip is about an uninsured patient that needs a procedure done. My question to the students? Who is right - the doctor or the Chief of Medicine.
Do you think everything is black and white? I invite you to view the clip (it's less than 2 minutes long) and let me know: Who is right?