In Viacom's papers, the company nods towards a space of cases (like this and that) over that have upheld the consequences of a waiver.The first daters, Joe, 24, and Wee Wee, 36, who would each go out with two other people during the course of the episode, exchanged brief hellos before taking off all their clothes and reconvening on an empty, remote beach for their initial rendezvous. I'll probably think about elephants or like monkeys or something like that - and just look her straight in the eye.'Wee Wee, who admits she hasn't had sex in more than a year, then contradicts him in her own private confession: 'I didn't even focus on the penis.
unconscionability of the waivers, but here, Nizewitz's attorney bypassed mention of those releases to instead rely upon a claim that the producers breached an oral contract by allegedly promising repeatedly to blur."However, when she signed the agreements consenting to her appearance, Ms.Nizewitz specifically disclaimed reliance on any extraneous oral representations," responds the producers' memorandum.Nizewitz says in her lawsuit that since the initial airing of the third episode of , she "has suffered and continues to suffer severe extreme emotional distress, mental anguish, humiliation and embarrassment." The producers retort that when Nizewitz —"a former actress, model, and stripper" — applied to be on the show, she explained her comfort with the show's premise, saying the “nude thing isn’t a big deal to me, I’m very comfortable being naked and with my body in general.” And Viacom points out that in the episode in question, she mocked another participant's shyness, saying "Honestly, being naked to me really means absolutely nothing." That was a good and necessary thing, the producers think."Since unfettered nudity was a crucial aspect of the program, the Production Defendants were careful to document the participants’ consent," states the memorandum.'I'm most worried about getting a little excited, you know? I just saw his testicles and was like, "Uhh, now where should I look?