People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals (PETA) and stockholders in Sherwin Williams red paint, are of the mind that CBS has a vendetta against them. It seems that the winner of Survivor, 21-year old textbook snob socialite Jenna Morasca, you know the big chested dunce who stole the cool million from Matt, had agreed to strap on a fake fur bikini for a PETA print ad, but CBS nixed the plans with no real explanation. Eonline reports that each Survivor contestant's contract states that CBS has a say in their appearances up to a year after the show. "We harbor no grudge against PETA," he says. "In some ways, we're grateful. They've provided us with some of the best publicity we ever had in the first season," backpedaled network suit Chris Ender. "They initially gave us the green light on doing the ad then came back and said that it could not mention the word Survivor--the title of the show--or the word 'survive,'" says PETA spokesman Michael McGraw. "We had hoped to make mention with a caption of her Survivor notoriety." Hey, did I mention that the stupid sorority chick won the million...how anticlimactic was that anyway?
Source: Jason Anfinsen