**Sets envelope on fire**
Think about it. When was the last time that a guest of your company walked into your office and started talking about the failed "scoring" opportunity, the fake breasts and the fading looks of a highly ranked woman in your organization in front of her co-workers. Mad Men episodes do not count.
I worked on the Access Hollywood set the first week the show aired. Been there many times. Don't remember the culinary talent that I was there for, but everyone could see that Billy Bush was thrilled to be the anchor and the lead, and why not? Career dreams--most of us have them. Billy was like a jack russell terrier. Lots of energy. Liked to jump. Bottled lightning.
"There is no room for the objectification of women ... not even in the locker room."
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