Bleep me up Scotty: why is sci-fi suddenly so sweary?

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Modern reboots of The Twilight Zone and Star Trek show that swearwords have finally reached space. It’s a smegging shame ‘You just crossed over into the Twilight Zone. And it’s a total headfuck.” OK, soJordan Peele’s Netflix reboot doesn’t actually begin like that – but it could. While most of its first creepy tale, of a comedian (Kumail Nanjiani) who discovers success comes at a price, could hav
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