It’s now 2019, and while Me Too is part of our vocabulary now, you may not hear it every day. But that doesn’t mean that it isn’t still making news. Last Fall we wrote an article about what happens when those accused of sexual harassment try to make a comeback. At the time, comedian Louis CK was starting to perform stand up again, and Jian Ghomeshi had just published an essay only mildly accounting for his actions. We wondered what would happen when, on a larger scale, those publicly known to be accused of harassment try to return to the workplace. Now we have a better idea.