Like the truth that is sometimes found in jest, a moment of levity in a court proceeding can sometimes help to crystallize a legal argument more cogently than the lengthy and serious discussion that preceded or followed it.

Such was the case on Tuesday afternoon as the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals took up for the second time the issue of decency standards for television broadcasters.

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