Finally Megyn Kelly gets a winner! After numerous interview FAILS, including her Will & Grace segment and others, producers for Kelly's new Today Show block finally realized that sex sells and the biggest story today is Harvey Weinstein exposing himself, masterbating and otherwise sexually harassing women. Hello ratings!

This morning, reporter Lauren Sivan details her story of inappropriate advances by Harvey and we're pretty sure viewership climaxed during the piece. And Kelly wasn't the only one to talk about X-rated Weinstein activity this morning -- Kathie Lee Gifford also talked about p*nises and ejaculation while viewers will drinking their morning coffee and probably gagging on their cornflakes. Gifford's friends will Weinstein so she chose to pass over his p*nis stories and move on to an experience she had with a Hollywood producer she chooses not to name -- but basically the same thing her pal Harvey was doing, was done to her, too. Oh man, cum on!

The Weinstein news doesn't stop there ... Oscar heavy-hitter Meryl Street weighed in with this statement this morning: "The disgraceful news about Harvey Weinstein has appalled those of us whose work he championed, and those whose good and worthy causes he supported. The intrepid women who raised their voices to expose this abuse are our heroes. One thing can be clarified. Not everybody knew."

Glenn Close said in a statement to The New York Times: "I'm sitting here, deeply upset, acknowledging to myself that, yes, for many years, I have been aware of the vague rumors that Harvey Weinstein had a pattern of behaving inappropriately around women. Harvey has always been decent to me, but now that the rumors are being substantiated, I feel angry and darkly sad. I'm angry, not just at him and the conspiracy of silence around his actions, but also that the 'casting couch' phenomenon, so to speak, is still a reality in our business and in the world: the horrible pressure, the awful expectation put on a woman when a powerful, egotistical, entitled bully expects sexual favors in exchange for a job."

Others like Susan Sarandon, Heather Graham, Mark Ruffalo and Lena Dunham have Tweeted in support of Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan having the courage to come forward with their stories.

And last but not least, Saturday Night Live is being SLAMMED for not addressing the Weinstein story in this weekend's show. Legendary SNL producer Lorne Michaels, when asked why the show skipped this obvious topic, said, "It's a New York thing." Well here's another three-letter acronym, SNL ... WTF?!