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Jane Fonda c-word slip shocks US
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Jane Fonda 's Rude slip up. Jane Fonda turned the air blue on U. Asked how she got involved in V-Day and the play, where celebrities act out real-life domestic violence and rape scenarios, Fonda explained she wasn't keen on the whole idea at first. The expletive ran during the live broadcast on America's East Coast.
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Fonda had been telling cohost Meredith Vieira about turning down an offer to read a piece containing the offensive word—she used the term to further press her point about why she said no. Check out a video of the exchange in The Hum. Meanwhile, the Peacock could end up with a whole host of problems, thanks to Fonda's slip-up and the PTC's ever-watchful eye or always open ears , although the word was silenced and Fonda's face covered by a still photo when the show aired in Central, Mountain and Pacific time zones. Vieira, sending there would be controversy, explained onair about 10 minutes later that Fonda had quoted a word from a play that, as a rule, doesn't have a place on broadcast television. NBC must change it's broadcasting practices and implement a time-delay on all of its live broadcasts, thereby ensuring that this type of language does not air on the publicly-owned airwaves….