extremely bitter -- about her boyfriend's recent infidelity, and more than once lets him know it. So, what is there to say about "Temptation Island"? First, Fox was not being honest when it claimed to have learned its lesson from last year's "Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?" disaster. In fact, one of the problems with "Multi-Millionaire" -- sloppy background-checking -- also bit "Island" on the backside. The day before the premiere, WorldNetDaily.com reported that a man and a woman had been chosen as one of the show's couples, and had taken part in several days of taping ... all before it was learned that they, contrary to "Island" rules and what they'd told "Island" producers, had a child. Second, while the producers of "Island" should be ashamed of themselves for using the undermining of romantic relationships as a ratings gimmick, what does it say about the participants, especially the couples? Just how serious is that relationship if they are most willing to see it destroyed while being humiliated before a national audience of millions? And what does it say that there is an audience that large for this show?