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There were major personnel wars at NBC News’ driven not by the journalistic talent of the women working with Lauer — let alone the content of their character — but by their ability to display the proper deference and maintain the fiction of Lauer as the set’s beloved “dad.” The most notable casualty was the widely acclaimed journalist Ann Curry — who found herself through a chain of unlikely events in the co-anchor chair, and was then maneuvered by Lauer and his allies out the door in 2012, after a relatively short stint. And thank God I was closer to the door, and I just bolted out." To make things worse, Graham didn't tell anyone about the traumatizing encounter, and she ended up seeing her harasser again at future modeling gigs.She was left with "so many lingering questions" she said while recalling the incident in an excerpt from her book, Graham didn't immediately register what had happened to her at the time. "The insecure girl inside me was like, 'Well, maybe I did something,'" she said.Over the last couple of generations, the TV sets in our living rooms morphed from a source of entertainment to babysitter to constant companion to, finally, our reality.And television producers have striven, through morning television, to impose a brand of patriarchal domestic tranquility that so rarely exists in the messy world outside of TV — the chipper, always-together “mom” and the alpha-male “dad” who imposes order on all.