I'm not talking about censoring it, Kit. But really, do you need sex to sell shampoo? There's a difference between sex as an expression and overkill. Things today are in overkill. If it adds to the plot, fine. But how in the world did that sex scene add to the movie as a whole? Did anyone have any lingering suspecsions that "The One" couldn't have sex or something? I don't mean to sound rude, which is the way I think I'm coming off. I'm sorry if I am. I understand the sex drive. It's the biggest drive any human experiences. But there are proper ways to satisfy that drive. You don't need to plaster it on everything and keep it front and center like the media does. The first Matrix didn't do that. This one did. That's why Ryan said it was a sellout.