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Comment Policy

NBCUniversal Direct's Comment Policy

This blog was created to give people a behind-the-scenes, all-access pass into the world of NBCUniversal. We encourage you to ask questions, interact, discuss, and give feedback.

Our various platforms receive numerous posts and comments, which we love. We urge everyone to keep the discussion going. We respect your right to express your opinion, and will never remove a comment or ban someone simply for disagreeing with us. However, in order to maintain a collaborative atmosphere, we reserve the right to remove comments and ban commenters who choose to not follow a few straight-forward rules that were designed to create atmosphere where people feel welcome to participate.

1) Keep it Clean
Don't use f-bombs, s-words or offensive slang words. If you're so impassioned that you must curse, use frick. Or freaking.

2) Be Civil
a. We have zero tolerance policy in regards to bigoted comments or slurs.
b. Don't hijack other fans' threads, or comment mocking their opinions.
c. Under no circumstances are threats of violence towards other fans or anyone else allowed.
d. Try to keep the discussion on topic, don't make it a point to comment about one show on a post about another.

3) Keep it Legal
Don't post links to file sharing, streaming or any other sites illegally distributing TV shows. If you do your comment will be removed.

4) Don't Spam
a. Don't post the same thing over and over again. This includes replies to comments & posts on the wall.
b. Any post that looks like it was posted by a bot, virus or serial spammer will be removed. If it is reposted, the offender will be banned.

5) Don't Be a Troll
Who is a troll? We define it as anyone who posts a repetitive or off-topic comment designed to stop a conversation or start an argument. Trolls are also mythological beasts that live under bridges and devour passing goats. Neither type of troll is welcome here. Sorry.

We encourage anyone who feels that they have been improperly blocked to contact us at Nbcudirect@nbcuni.com . Thank you for interacting with us, and for checking out the latest happenings at NBCUniversal.

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