Hold it, right there, "Daredevil."
We love Matt Murdock's Netflix adventures. Really, we do. So much that we were able to shrug off the fact that it portrays a dark and gritty Hell's Kitchen that locals say is long gone. So much that we were able to ignore the fact that it films some scenes in Williamsburg. So much that we were even willing to ignore that the show has essentially passed off every other part of the city as "Hell's Kitchen."
But now you've gone too far.
In Season 2, Episode 4, "Penny and Dime," Sgt. Brett Mahoney utters this unforgivable sentence while speaking to the show's titular character: "The Irish put a bounty on his head, now people all over the Kitchen are getting hurt."
Stop. People all over the what?
We're sorry, no one calls Hell's Kitchen "The Kitchen." It's not a thing. Please don't try to make it a thing.
What do you think, readers? Has "Daredevil" gone too far?