TV and the American Family
29 June 2014
“Malcolm in the Middle”
Integrity is and will always be a how a person is remembered. In my opinion, integrity is the single most important personal or character trait anyone can have. Being able to do the right thing or having the willingness to do the right things when no one is looking is a big part of this. Having integrity involves having accountability, responsibility, and honesty in each and every situation that you are faced with. Being in the United States Air Force, I am very familiar with the word Integrity. The meaning of integrity has been engraved in my mind and heart for 14 years, ever since basic military training in San Antonio, Texas on June 14 2000. Integrity boils down to having honesty, accountability, and responsibility. Having honesty in every situation ensures what you do and say matches. Exhibiting the trait of accountability ensures other around you steal, cheat, or lie. Being responsible enables other around you to trust and believe that you have their very interest at heart, and that you will not be selfish to not only take care of yourself but others as well. In the show of Malcolm in the Middle, episode “Water Parks” show examples of integrity, I didn’t agree with. The first of which happened when Hal and Lois decided to get a babysitter for Dewey. As the parents called each and every babysitter they could find, it seemed as if the parents didn’t do any homework or research to check the credentials for each person. As a parent I believe that you are having a responsibility to look out and protect every person in your family. Hal and Lois fell way short in their parental duties. In the show of Malcolm in the Middle, episode “Water Parks” show examples of integrity, I didn’t agree with. The first of which happened when Hal and Lois decided to get a babysitter for Dewey. As the parents called each and every babysitter they could find, it seemed...
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