How did this even make it to air?
You’re four-years-old. You’ve just learned that a woman can get pregnant. Sure, you’re not really sure what that means or how it happens, but you want to know more. You’re in a supermarket and you see a woman with a pronounced tummy. You’ve gotta ask her; you have to know!
So, you do. Then you’re parent overhears, apologizes profusely to the stranger, and pulls you away.
“You never ask a woman if she’s pregnant!” they angry-whisper at you.
Well, apparently, this isn’t something that happens in the Netherlands. Or, it is, but a bunch of execs over at NPO 3 never experienced it, because that’s exactly what they’re doing — on national television — and people are mad. Like, really mad.