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Tropical cove with a meeting room table and chairsTropical cove with a meeting room table and chairs (Franck Boston)

This week it was widely reported that filming of “The Bachelor” series spin-off, “Bachelor in Paradise,” was canceled after allegations of sexual misconduct involving two cast members. Both of whom were reported to have been drinking heavily during filming. The conduct was reported to occur with cameras rolling and no intervention by Warner Bros. (owned by Time Warner). Bachelor spokesman and Final Rose (no pun intended) chaperone, Chris Harrison, urged patience during the investigation. Warner Bros. said it would take “appropriate responsive action” after the investigation. Yes, Time Warner, the $76 billion dollar company with global hits like the Batman series and Harry Potter that bring in hundreds of millions of dollars per film, also produces shows where normal people get drunk and make out in Mexico. Should they?

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