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I'm amazed they actually allow themselves to say vagina on television without fear of invoking mass demonstrations outside the building.The way she says "that's a word we don't say on television" - it sounds like she's on Sesame Street admonishing small children ("Today's show was brought to you by the letter C")."We would do NOTHING to offend the audience"...unless, of course, you have a brain.
Some would say that the program itself offends the audience.I too noticed the "inadvertently" adverb. It wasn't a slip or something said in the heat of the moment. It appeared to me that she planned to say it. It sounded like a little joke she had planned.Besides which, who cares? It's a word. If a word can tear down the fabric of decent society, then maybe the fabric is pretty weak to begin with.
Good to see that grown adults still wave at TV cameras. I thought we'd moved on from that.