'Today' Show Apologizes for Jane Fonda's Use of C-Word

NBC News apologized Thursday for Jane Fonda's use of the c-word on the "Today" show.

The actress used the four-letter c-word for a woman's anatomy on the show Thursday while talking about the play "The Vagina Monologues." Fonda, 70, is appearing in a 10th-anniversary performance.

Fonda said she was asked to perform a monologue with the slang term for vagina as the title — and she used the term itself on the air. She said her reply was, "I don't think so. I've got enough problems."

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About 10 minutes later, "Today" co-host Meredith Vieira told viewers that "Today" and Fonda apologized for the remark.

NBC News has recently apologized for comments made by Chris Matthews and David Shuster.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.