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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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This week, Penn and Teller dive into the world of garbage, taking a look at whether recycling could actually be less environmentally friendly then littering.
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Hippies vs. the US Marine Corps doesn't seem like a fair fight; this week, Penn and Teller take a closer look at the war on drugs.
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Leather-wearing vegetarians beware; Penn and Teller return to lift the lid on a load of more bull, this week turning their attention to those who use violence in the name of animal rights.
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The chemical reaction involved with love; monogamy; the love industry.
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An episode addressing all those who think that owning their own bomb shelter is a good idea; this week, Penn and Teller tackle safety hysteria.
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Motivational speakers, books, videos and relationship seminars; fire-walking.
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The accuracy of polygraph machines and people whose lives were ruined by false results.
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Physiological explanation of Ouija boards; the truth behind the "tunnel of light."
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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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Sex products, techniques and myths; aphrodisiacs.
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Widespread believes about elderly people.
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Debate over vaccination safety rages on.
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Stress and the modern attitude toward cures.
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Multi-level marketing schemes.
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Exercise might not be any good for someone genetically predisposed to big bones and cake; Penn and Teller interview various fitness gurus in an attempt to prove that genetics really is more important than fitness.
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As Penn and Teller explore America's insatiable pursuit of `the best', from day-to-day household items to lifestyle experiences, they see that the harder people work to attain these things, the more miserable they become.
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Some people actually spend thousands of dollars on a coffin; Penn and Teller delve into the very profitable world of the afterlife.
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A UFO convention; alien abduction group therapy session; the influences of pop culture.

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