Ok, I admit, the first episode after the superbowl was entertaining. But this episode, out of hooters, may have been downright despicable. I haven't eaten in Hooters often (I've been maybe twice in my life) and I don't really oppose the concept. I've always thought that it should just commit and go to being a full sports bar, but whatever. The show "Undercover Boss" seems to be mostly about showing how the big-wigs understand you, and they like you just fine. They want to help. But tonight's episode was like a dagger in the back of Hooters. I have no idea how Hooters could let this thing air without major bucks. Because within the course of an hour, we saw a CEO who is completely out of touch with his own product.. hasn't visited his own factory in 5 years, and never as a CEO, and then we see what happens in the stores. Oh, what happens in the stores. We see them wash up chicken with bare hands and then just grab other dishes (GREAT), and then we see a store manager absolutely demean the waitresses in a way that is almost textbook sexual harassment. And, despite his bit of having the girls participate in demeaning 'reindeer games', and having them all go through a beauty pageant for him daily, he doesn't get terminated? Are you serious? Wow. This could have been a dateline expose on the corruption and devil-may care attitude of a company, because jesus did the people at Hooters come off as complete morons. I've only been there twice in my life, so I'm not a big patron, but that show pretty much convinced me I'd never buy their crap product. Yes, I realize some have said CBS made companies commit to not firing.. but I'm sure they could have fired the guy and backed out of the TV appearance or something. And he could have found work doing something else, say... in drywall. But wow. Just absolute PR nightmare wow.