A spot from a multimedia campaign for W Network. "The Women's Television Network wanted to get rid of their stodgy, strident, overly earnest image and relaunch themselves as a younger, hipper, station with a female point of view," said Lorraine Tao. "We did a take-off of a well-known show in Canada, affectionately known as Sex with Sue, as a way of making our point." “Junk” :30 (Open on a man hosting a talk show Sex with Stu. The set is a replica of the Sex with Sue set. Stu is ready to take the next call)Super: Dave Regina, SK.Stu: Hi Dave.Caller 1: Um, I love your show. Stu: Thank you very much.Caller 1: How do I pleasure my girlfriend? Her name is Cindy.Stu: Ah, Cindy. Now that is key, that is number one. First thing you want to do Dave is you want to use that word a lot, Cindy. Cindy this, Cindy that. When you're moving around the areas, you want to ask Cindy how that feels or if Cindy has anything that she would like to add to the experience. So it's Cindy, if you mess around up here or you do some junk down here and ask Cindy how that's going you are pretty much done Dave.Caller 1: Great.(Fade to super) Super: Imagine television without women.Stu: Next caller.Caller 2: Hi.Stu: Hi.Caller 2: My girlfriend wants to try French kissing.Stu: Um hum.(Super fades out and another comes in)Super: Television from a female point of view. Logo: W Network.