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    Penn & Teller's "Bullsh**"

    Anyone watching this show on Showtime? I watched it for the first time last week, and taped it this week.

    They take a popular thing and explore it from a skeptical viewpoint. For example, last week was "self-help gurus". They showed some of the people who are getting rich from it, and then interspersed them with commentary from other experts, funny jokes, the teacher and student's actual words, etc.

    It was funny, and you just can't believe what some people will do. I liked it.

    This week's show that I taped was on ESP.

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    I've watched it since it started and I LOVE it. I think it's hilarious.
    I love the way they uncover the bull$**t and they way they present it... it's brilliant.

    I love it.

    I beleive they do re-runs of the show a lot, for people who have missed it & Wanna catch a glimpse
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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    Okay, so I taped it last night, and they apparently moved it around. It was supposed to be on at midnight, but it was that extremely stupid show "Family Business" instead. Now I'm bummed, because I wanted to introduce my wife to the show.

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    awww Now that sucks Check Showtime this week though, they usually do reruns all week I believe of the last couple of shows they've done.
    (not exactly sure what days or times, I've just seen it randomly)
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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    ok here it is, it's running again:

    03/30/03 11:00PM on showtime.
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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    Penn & Teller's Bull***t

    This show is a must-see and is on every Friday night on Showtime at 11:00 PM and repeated again tonight, March 29th at 12:30. Set your VCR John.

    In case you miss it again, they do repeat 2 episodes on Thursday evenings from 10:00 - 11:00 PM ET.

    I love Penn & Teller and I kept missing this show too, until I drummed it into my own head that I have plenty of opportunities to watch it, no excuses accepted.

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    Debunking nonsense is always great fun! Sadly I don't have cable .

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    I'll definitely get it next time it's on.

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    Well, I finally taped and watched the ESP episode. Hilarious. I'm definitely taping the thursday replay of the self-helpless show, for my wife.

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    I don't get showtime.
    Sounds great though.
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