its called the pinky show. i’m not exactly sure who “pinky” is, but its intelligent and cute.
this segment on hawaii has a zizekian aspect to it. in it, pinky asks “how is it possible for two [or more] versions of a story to both be true?” zizek poses a similar problem when asking about the multiplicity of readings that certain works give rise to. the answer, of course, is not that one is “more true” than any other, but that the work, or, in pinky’s case, the controversy, gives rise to the ideological space for divergent readings to take place at all. (a truth i think pinky is at least unconsciously aware of.)