The Today show, always a dilligent two or three months behind, featured a segment this morning on American Apparel CEO Dov Charney and his "provocative" advertising featuring sweaty young woman resting spread-eagled on cheap futons while sporting 100% cotton leotards. Charney, who has been known to have (maybe) questionable relationships with his employees, has faced three lawsuits from former staffers alleging inappropriate behavior (two have since been dropped). In his glockenspiel voice, Charney explains, "I think consensual loving relationships are permissable in our society and should not be controlled in any way." That is to say, the long arm of the law ain't going to keep the Semitic stud from prancing around in his panties.