I have a feeling this is a creative marketing campaign for some new sleezy sitcom (think desperate housewives part 2) about to begin in the fall on one of the major networks. I wish writers would come up with more positive-themed programming and television execs would be more focused on finding them. Its analogous to the stand-up comic who gets laughs by making fun of people. There is a better way...a higher road. Why sensationalize infidelity and filanderous behavior? It only makes it seem more socially acceptable to the masses. Let's leave that to the tabloids. Television, once a media form held in a higher journalistic regard, often seems indistinguishable from tabloid journalism. I have no doubt that the next generation will be affected in some negative way by this garbage.