OK, this thread may sound a bit weird, and it may also sound like "I told you so" which is not my intent. To explain:
Several months ago (more than a year - maybe two years?) there was a thread on this board discussing the new "Iron Man" movie. On that thread, I made the comment that the scene with Tony and Rhodey on the jet was a bit disturbing, since it was pretty obvious that Tony was sleeping with the flight attendants/strippers that were in his employ. At the time, a number of people rejected this argument - evidently, they did not find this point as obvious as I did.
I made the point because I thought it was indicative of a major character flaw in Stark that was more than just "he's a bad boy" - wink, wink, nudge, nudge. - i.e., the fact that he was clearly willing to employ women as his own personal prostitutes and that that kind of expectation would certainly constitute a really hostile environment to any flight attendant on Stark's personal plane who did not want to sleep with him. Being a flight attendant in Stark's employ obviously involved being sexually available to the boss.
As I recall, someone made the argument that Stark would not sleep with his employees, or put them in such a coercive environment, because he understood his limits and the dangers involved.
Well, I just watched the "Iron Man" DVD and viewed the extended scenes. There is a long extended scene on the plane. In that scene, Stark leaves to have sex with one of the stewardesses and the other two proposition Rhodey. It's pretty obvious that this is one of their job requirements. They are not objecting, mind you, but that point gets back to the earlier issue of "hostile environments."
Anyway, just thought I'd send that out there. I admit that it's kind of nice to be proved right, but it's also an interesting comment on the character and his overall relationships with women and his employees.
I would have put this in the "morals from movies" thread, but I'm not sure an extended/deleted scene counts.