Comcast said its technical systems were working properly and called the airing of the clip a “malicious act.”
The company is offering a $10 discount to any customer who saw the clip. Whether that’s expected to cover the mental trauma of going from a Larry Fitzgerald touchdown to male frontal nudity is unclear.
The porn firm, meanwhile, is offering a $10 coupon to finish viewing the movie.
“We feel really bad for the customers that were just getting into it when Comcast rudely switched back to the football game before the clip could really get going,” Kim Kysar, a spokeswoman for the porn company, said in a release to the Star.