Although I just started watching the show this season, I'm appauled at the actions of some cast members that passes as "professional" in a work environment, especially one that demands $400/session!
IMHO the Jamie Eason episode was scripted. Given the purpose of recruiting Brian as a combative personality to clash with Jackie, BravoTV had to create a dramatic exit (since he's rumored to be working on his spinoff show). Jamie Eason is a body builder/model who has made a living from competitions & in front of cameras. I find it difficult to believe a comment from an office manager or even a gym owner about any facet of her body, which has been critiqued for profit, would result in lawsuits threatened. Of course, it was in bad taste & unprofessional for Lisa &/or Jackie to comment about a client (especially knowing cameras were rolling - who could miss that?). Her having successfully battled against breast cancer was irrelevant to the issue of office gossip/lack of professionalism endorsed by Jackie. I wish the show would have used Jamie Eason's presence to positively promote breast cancer awareness & inspire others, rather than using that fact to paint her as a weak victim needing protecting/a man to loose his job defending.
Personally, I dislike PDA, especially when scripted. I would rather see more about the gym, routines, fitness!