Talk about brilliant timing: Just as CBS defends itself (finally!) in federal court against an FCC fine for a certain 2004 "wardrobe malfunction," Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake are awarded a Creative Arts Emmy for their December 2006 "Saturday Night Live" digital short, "A Special Christmas Box." That video, of course, became one of the all-time great (and funniest) viral sensations, even though, when it first aired on NBC, the key word in the chorus -- "my d**k in a box" -- was bleeped. Yep, this is where we've arrived in American culture: Years of debate over whether Janet Jackson's nipple flash is a $550,000 offense and a TV industry that honors a song about, well, Dick Cheney minus the Cheney. Censorious FCC Chairman Kevin "Church Lady" Martin, with his dreams of chastity belts and corporal punishment for potty-mouthed vulgarians, must have had steam coming out of his ears. Maybe, God forbid, he even said "Dang!"