I agree, but the main difference with Candid Camera was that if the subject did not sign a release, the segment would never be aired to the public. If it can be shown that the station profited in any way by making the woman the butt of the joke, then she has a right to that profit. Its not about extreme talk or the freedom to engage in it. It is a matter of using a person in a deceptive and embarassing way without her permission. Unless she signed some sort of release, the station is going to pay. I cannot believe that people condone this type of behavior, but it shows how much we have slipped in the area of respect.