Fox Again Courts Controversy with 'Who's Your Daddy?' The Fox television network has a new, controversial reality show premiering this week -- Who's Your Daddy, where an adopted woman tries to pick out her biological father. Variety critic Brian Lowry says Fox doesn't shy away from shows bordering on the tasteless. In fact it encourages them.
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Fox Again Courts Controversy with 'Who's Your Daddy?'

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Fox Again Courts Controversy with 'Who's Your Daddy?'

Fox Again Courts Controversy with 'Who's Your Daddy?'

Fox Again Courts Controversy with 'Who's Your Daddy?'

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The Fox television network has a new, controversial reality show premiering this week — Who's Your Daddy, where an adopted woman tries to pick out her biological father. Variety critic Brian Lowry says Fox doesn't shy away from shows bordering on the tasteless. In fact it encourages them.