Kenny Baumann: (On "The Secret Life of the American Teenager) What I've noticed so far is that this show doesn't really glorify any high school ideal, idea; it doesn't make things appear glossy and sexy; it's just very frank. And it's a very accurate cross section of what a lot of high schools look like, unfortunately. I think that is a very individual aspect of the show, that it does not glorify sex; it's not trying to, it doesn't have to. It is a little bit of a cautionary tale, which it should be in dealing with the subject matter. You don't see that often. I'm really actually proud to be a part of something that is very frank, very candid and is not trying to make it look too appealing. Do you know what I mean?