Kathryn's boyfriend smoked and at age 16 she became addicted too. Imagine being offered $1,200 to quit and being unable. But Kathryan openly admits her chemical dependency. The brains of almost all daily smokers have grown millions of extra nicotinic receptors. Like alcoholics, they are true drug addicts. Should they smoke nicotine in front of children? Is the lesson they teach that it's ok for adult role models to be addicted to destructive and deadly chemicals? Should they compel youth to breathe and smell what their own deadened sense of smell cannot?