When viewing many of the television shows today, they seem to be making fun of one particular subject alot: racial stereotypes. Some examples include: "The Simpsons," "South Park," and "Family Guy." They all use stereotypes of every imaginable race. Two particular examples are: Homer Simpson's Indian friend, Apu and Peter Griffin's African American friend, Cleveland Brown (Brown...). The thing is, they bring laughters, even to the "victimized" races. However, despite the laughters from these hysterical shows, it should also be noticed that prejudice exists in a form of comedy. If it appears to be funny, then should it be dismissed without any thoughts? Or should we treat these racial remarks with same degrees as other "serious" racial remarks.