Lately there has been a fair amount of talk about Hannah Montana in the diabetes community and the show than never aired in the states titled "No Sugar". The controversy involving parents of Type I diabetics contacting Disney to condemn the shows poor representation concerning one character (Oliver) that struggles with diabetes and the common adolescent wants for candy and sugar. From what I gather Disney pulled the show and will replace it with a modified version sometime this month.
I have until tonight never seen a full episode of Hannah Montana and somewhat dreaded putting myself through 22 minutes of poor comedic writing about teenage angst and tribulation. I was pleasantly surprised at the mature delivery and fairly smart albeit silly dialog it offered. I did indeed watch the full episode in question and you can too, it's available on Youtube in three parts starting with this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u3qbLQ1ed0&feature=related
Once you watch it the contoversy will be appearant so I will withhold my personal comment at this time. What I want is for you to watch (if you haven't already) and tell the forum what you think. As an adult or parent of a Type I how off the mark where they and did they deserve the wrath of the diabetes community?