Going in I didn't think an episode about circumcision would be able to hold my interest, but leave it to Penn & Teller to make such an issue entertaining. That said, it's not exactly the most persuasive half-hour of television I've ever seen; not that most of their shows are about the most pressing issues, but this time they're really reaching for relevance. Still, it was a bit of fun. Amidst the constant cringing.
The first time that I have been unable to watch the full show. I checked out quickly...
I complained to another Liberal friend about some of the Left’s tone concerning the 2004 elections. I thought it insulting to hear those “red state” voters caricatured as red-necked rubes. My friend asked, “Well, don’t you think that people who live in large urban areas, who travel and read and speak other languages are better able to make informed choices?” It turns out it is superiority, not familiarity, which breeds contempt. - Pat Sajak
I dunno how I feel yet about the fact that the documentarians are actually going to be playing a big part in this last stretch of the show. I always figured we'd get a couple of jokes about the documentary in the finale (i.e.