The guys today, they work a four-day week. They have two brands, Raw and Smackdown. And the guys on the Raw crew, they leave home on Friday, they work Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, they do a live TV show on Monday and they go home Tuesday every week. Their Smackdown crew, they start on Saturday and go Saturday, Sunday, Monday, then they tape their show on Tuesday and it airs on Friday, and they go home for three days. And the only exceptions to that are a European tour or something promotional. So, you have that kind of a work schedule, plus you factor into that the accountability that's been enforced by the drug testing policy - I tell all men, we all have to be accountable to somebody, if not, it's not a question of if we'll mess up, it's a question of when - so that's why. And the other reason I told is, you know son, if I forbade you to do it, you'd always wonder if you could have and would've held that against me. Sometimes you just have to let them go because they've got to learn it their own way.