As TV sweeps month heats up. . . .
Channel 2 News kicks off the titillation stakes with a five-part investigation into infidelity ("While TV soaps make light of it, our spouse might be making a night of it") as Warren Olney goes undercover (no puns intended) to explore extra-marital affairs. Also this week: a look at students and AIDS ("Kids are cool, not careful"), with medical reporter Steve Gendel tipping us on how to keep kids safe.
Channel 4 News--which has been exposing therapists who "lust power, sex and control"--continues to take viewers to the most "exotic--erotic spots on earth" through sweeps and beyond.
Channel 7's Eyewitness News also has the inevitable feature on teen-age sex. Paul Moyer focuses on high school sex education clinics and asks, "Are they making sex safe--or just easy?"