Good for your husband Brandi! I know they probably will never admit their mistake on the air - so many times I've emailed a show and there's never a correction made. Oprah had a girl on her show a few years ago who was saying that the Mormon church told her that her (dad or brother, I forget which) was going to hell for committing suicide, and that the church had made him feel so depressed about being gay... well basically that the 'Mormons killed my brother' kind of thing. She never had anyone from the Church on to tell the other side of the story.
So my husband had an interesting thing happen at school yesterday. He was having a major problem with his portable hard drive not working - so he was totally freaking out because everything is on that thing - and he was going around the room trying different computers. So he overheard a conversation 3 other people were having, but the room is small so it's not like he was eavesdropping, yk? Anyway, one girl is from Utah and someone asked if she was Mormon. She said, "No, Mormons don't like me. My parents are Mormon, but I'm not. Mormons think I'm evil!" kind of jokingly. Then this other guy, who my husband considers a friend but apparently didn't realize David is LDS, said, "Oh well. Mormons think everyone is evil!" And they all laughed. David said he felt like he should say something, but he was so angry and worried about his computer problem he was afraid he'd sound really mean. He also knew if he said anything (even jokingly said, "Hey I don't hate you!") they would all feel really embarrassed and apologetic, and he didn't want to make them feel bad either. So he just let it eat away at him all night. Luckily he did get his hard drive fixed. I think he may have secretly given it a blessing after I went to bed.