I'm a big fan of this show [the Sarah Connor Chronicles].
Your objection that it should have been written so as not to undercut gender-stereotypes is problematic for three reasons.
You mean feminist gender-stereotypes of the Hollywood superheroine variety?
First, because not all women in real life fit the stereotype, whether you like it or not.
I assume you’re referring to something like this:
Second, because a woman who fits all the stereotypes would not be entertaining to watch.
It might not be as unintentionally entertaining as WBAN, but normal men and women also enjoy watching normal men and women behaving normally. I realize that’s an alien concept to you.
And third, because you are reinforcing the stereotype of evangelicals as backwards and gender-repressive.
“Gender-repressive”? You mean self-hating androgynes, bigenders, Genderqueers, and butch-femme feminists?