I think there was a clip from Ohio where an officer made a routine traffic stop on a young man. He asked for an insurance card which was presumably in the glovebox because driver opened it up, exposing his pistol. The cop freaked out, started yelling "Don't touch that! Keep your hands up!" Drew his gun amazing slowly (maybe he had some awkward retention?) and stood there with a bead on the guy until backup got there and reached in the window and took the gun out. It's not until they had the fella out of the car and in handcuffs did they ask why he had the weapon. The commentator scoffed at the reply of "Protection" and said they take all weapons charges seriously as the suspect was led to the back of the patrol car. At no time did I hear the officer ask if the guy had a license to carry. (Do you need one for car carry in OH?) The show implied that because he had a gun, he needed to make a trip to the jailhouse. Granted, not telling an officer that there's a gun in the glovebox you're about to open is a boneheaded thing to do, but I don't think it warrants him showing you the business end of his pistol and certainly should not mean a night in jail.