Those already tempted need not apply

Announcing casting calls this week in Chicago, Philadelphia and Cleveland, the producers of Fox’s Temptation Island issued a disclaimer in an apparent effort to avoid a repetition of the legal action taken against them by a couple who were ousted from the first series because they had a child together. As reported by Tuesday’s Los Angeles Times, the disclaimer read: “All potential participants must not be married and all applicants must not have or be expecting a child. All cast members must be willing to have their lives taped 24 hours per day, seven days a week, and feel comfortable appearing on national television in a bathing suit and similar attire.”