Pitt Bulls and Parolees is an excellent show. I love how they represent the breed. They are truthful in the sense that they say that a Pitt is not for the amateur owner and needs someone who understands the breed. They also say that it is best if the Pitt is an only dog. But in general, they really are very sweet dogs.
My close friend has an in-tact male Pitt named "Fiddy" ( like Fifty, but not pronounced like that) that is the weeniest dog you will ever meet! He's so sweet!
Pitt Bull breeders definitely need to be restricted. But so does every other backyard breeder in the country. It's so sad, going through the humane society seeing so many great dogs that have been thrown out like trash. I've adopted all 4 of my dogs from the humane society as well as several cats.
Here is a pic of my brindle Mastiff/Pitt, Holly. She's a 3 year old that we got from the local humane society (scroll down to my post): http://www.horseforum.com/farm/lets-...s-41832/page4/