Did anyone see it? I usually feel like he does a good job and is very professional with his guests. I really thought he handled the America's Next Top Model Meth addict very well, and very sensitively, but I think he did not at all act as a professional, or at least not as a therapist professional, but more like a journalist professional, with this interview. She asked for a break from the camera several times and expressed her discomfort, and he only ignored her and charged on with the interview.
I feel like in this one, he wasn't caring about her as a person at all, but just about his ratings. Granted, she's no saint. She definitely doesn't seem like a candidate for Mother of the Year, (an honor my Mom actually did win one year), but I still don't think the way he treated her was right. When she asked for the cameras to be turned off, he should have turned them off, and given her a break until she felt more comfortable, or maybe even ended the interview and let her come back when she wasn't under the influence of whatever she took or drank before that interview. Maybe he even should have confronted her about weather or not she'd been drinking or using something before the interview and asked if she wanted him to have her treated for an addiction. He does that for guests ALL the time. Why not her?