I was shocked – SHOCKED! – last night when Julia Louise Dreyfus took either a long wiz or a short dump in front of her new boyfriend on The New Adventures of Old Christine. I'm a lady, see. Toilet humor is not my bag. I'm old enough to remember the furor when Archie Bunker first flushed his "terlet" on All in the Family. It was a sign of THE COMING APOCOLYPSE! The world had gone to hell in a hand basket! Was there no decency left AT ALL? That was the first mention, I believe, that people even USED toilets. And all you heard was a flushing sound off-stage. I then remember Jane Fonda actually peeing and wiping ON CAMERA in Fun with Dick and Jane, which seemed TERRIBLY TRANSGRESSIVE to me. I realize it's been 35 years since those taboos have been broken, but last night's bathroom interlude still seemed sort of illicit. And rude. And wrong. Am I just a hopeless old prude? Are bodily functions fair game in comedy? Was anybody else shocked by this?