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Penn and Teller are not only world-famous comedians and magicians, they're also die-hard skeptics. Each episode takes topics such as abstinence, life coaching, cryptozoology, 12-step programs and psychics and uses principles of magic and trickery - as well as good ol' fashioned hidden camera sting operations - to smoke out "nonsense peddlers" and reveal how they operate.

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Penn and Teller argue that the utopian ideal of world peace is naive and out-of-sync with human nature.
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Humans' nostalgic tendency to long for an idyllic past.
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Sleep products claim to help consumers get a great night of sleep.
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Beliefs about dolphins' evolutionary superiority; dolphin energy.
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Widespread believes about elderly people.
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Debate over vaccination safety rages on.
aired 304 days ago
Stress and the modern attitude toward cures.
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Multi-level marketing schemes.
aired 332 days ago
The persistent but erroneous belief in self-esteem building creates a generation of narcissists.
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Penn and Teller have long believed that there is truth to the power of hypnosis, even to the point of medicinal use; the magicians look at other ideas related to hypnosis, such as that it can enlarge genitalia.
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Penn and Teller say there are not 12 steps, only one: Stop drinking; the magicians take exception to those who make a profit from rehab.
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America's criminal justice system.
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Public health agencies, food activists and special interest groups battle against fast food restaurants.
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People who support the green movement claim they are creating a healthier ecosystem.
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This week, Penn and Teller look at those for whom a trance during sex is a good thing; New Age practices including yoga and crystals.
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Penn and Teller cover the dangers of nuclear power and whether hybrids are substantially fuel efficient.
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Special interest groups attempt to restrict free speech and regulate the Internet in an effort to diminish pornography.
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Private industry may be more a profitable and efficient financial support to NASA.
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Adults take drastic measures to combat the perceived dangers of teen promiscuity.
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In spite of fear-mongering, toxic toys and anti-anxiety medication, the world has never been safer for children.
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The mystery and myths behind an orgasm.

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