Skip to comments.'Undercover Boss' Bikinis Sports Bar Episode Outrages Fans Over Sexist Content
Posted on 12/29/2014 12:17:56 AM PST by MinorityRepublican
The latest episode of Undercover Boss has caused quite a controversy among viewers based on the content.
The episode featured a company called Bikinis Sports Bar and Grill, where all the waitresses and bartenders are required to wear a bikini top and jean shorts. The CEO Doug Guller even trademarked the term breastaurant and says the companys four values are booze, food, sports, and sex.
In the first segment, Doug shadowed a bartender who was wearing a t-shirt during her shift. When asked why she wasnt wearing a bikini, she said she didnt feel comfortable wearing it on television. She also confided in him (while he was undercover) that this position is a temporary one as she is a logistics expert who worked at a company that went bankrupt. She is looking for a new job, but is bartending at the moment to support herself. She was ultimately fired at the end for not wearing her bikini top and lacking passion for the company.
In another segment, Doug shadowed one of the waitresses. Throughout the shift, the waitress constantly was on her phone and would walk away from customers when she would get a call. She revealed that she has been working for the company for three years and has been fired four to five times already for showing up to work late as she doesnt like her bosses. She also said at one point that she would like to get bigger boobs to fill out her bikini. Ultimately at the end she was rewarded with a promotion and the promise that if she doesnt get caught with her phone for six months, the CEO will pay for her breast augmentation.
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I’ve watched a few episodes of Undercover Boss on Netflix. I especially enjoyed the Post-It Notes and Menchies Yogurt episodes, but intentionally skipped the “Twin Peaks” and “Hooters” because of stuff like this.
I don’t have cable TV either.
Oh, yeah. I am so outraged that I’m going to brag to everybody about how I don’t watch TV. That’ll show ‘em.
I always wondered when a company CEO would just absolutely burn himself, his business and his employees on this show.
Well, now we know.
This guy’s business is toast and frankly, rightly so.
This is different than Hooters and don’t pretend it isn’t. The women that work there aren’t wearing bikinis. I wouldn’t want my daughter working at either place but if you had to choose one or the other?
Would you want your daughter working at this freak’s “breataurant”? Good gawd, I thought I’d seen CEO stupidity when the Big 3 automakers went before Congress asking for money but this really, really is just idiotic.
Reality TV is supposedly dying in the ratings. Hope so. Never liked it.
I do like hot chicks and will have to track down the Twin Peaks episode!
Season 5, episodes 1 on Netflix.
They have progressed from making TV shows for morons to morons making TV shows.
That was fast. You must have seen that episode of “Twin Peaks” already haha.
Looked it up on my Netflix account.
Used to have one here in North Carolina in the Queens City. I ate there once a couple years ago. Really, I don't remember what I ordered but it was obviously lackluster. So I didn't go back even though the scenery inside the "breastaurant" was nice.
This is nothing
The Homofest stuff is worse
They’ve just relocated the morons. They used to be in the network executive suites, but since the anti-trust issue has been resolved, they’ve gotten rid of the creative producers and taken those jobs themselves.
Glad to hear from HuffPo and DailyKos and their never-ending drive to put women into burkahs. Here's a liberated woman from "Tilted Kilt".
Who paid for her boob job?
Dunno. I’m not interested in where she gets her nails or hair done, either.
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