"Do you have children?" a woman asks him.
"Yes, I do. I have a 4-month-old daughter," he replies.
"How do you look at her and say, 'It's OK, at some age when you're married, to go outside of the marriage?" she asks.
"But you can say that about any tool in society that enables somebody to have an affair, whether it's a motel room, whether it's the escort pages of your local Yellow Pages," Darren responds and the audience grumbles. "Well, they are! Who do you think the customers are of escorts? Single men?" When a woman disagrees, he continues, "Well, is it the money issue? Because this is America. You're entitled to make a profit ... Microsoft and Yahoo have chatrooms called Married But Flirting ... I make no apologies for making a profit. We pay tax into the system. We hire people. That's what it's all about." When the woman continues to argue with him, he explains, "We don't enable people to have affairs. We don't coach them. We don't give them false alibis. We don't tell them how to remove lipstick from their collar." He informs her that the majority of affairs start in the workplace. "People who are going to cheat will totally find their way."