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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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Debate over vaccination safety rages on.
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The persistent but erroneous belief in self-esteem building creates a generation of narcissists.
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Widespread believes about elderly people.
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America's criminal justice system.
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UFO hunters search for mysterious aircraft flying over Area 51.
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Multi-level marketing schemes.
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Adults take drastic measures to combat the perceived dangers of teen promiscuity.
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Penn and Teller argue that martial arts do not provide real self-defense.
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Public health agencies, food activists and special interest groups battle against fast food restaurants.
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Classifying high school cheerleading as a sport to increase safety measures; if classification occurs, conflicts of interest would be created.
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Stress and the modern attitude toward cures.
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The lawn care industry; a man is imprisoned for not tending his lawn; mandatory grass.
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The guys visit Congress in search of a legislator willing to discuss America's tax system.
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An examination of the organic food industry.
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The accuracy of polygraph machines and people whose lives were ruined by false results.
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Investigators probe a Mayan prophecy for information about the end of the world on Dec. 21, 2012.
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The duo tests the theory that playing video games leads to teen violence.
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Penn and Teller follow two astrologers as they are paid to offer advice.
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The mystery and myths behind an orgasm.
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Humans' nostalgic tendency to long for an idyllic past.
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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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In spite of fear-mongering, toxic toys and anti-anxiety medication, the world has never been safer for children.
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Dissecting sensitivity training.
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People who support the green movement claim they are creating a healthier ecosystem.
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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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Private industry may be more a profitable and efficient financial support to NASA.
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Penn and Teller examine New Age medicine and its ability to heal, contrary to evidence.
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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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An angry attack on mainstream anger management programs, likening their purveyors to charlatans.
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Penn and Teller cover the dangers of nuclear power and whether hybrids are substantially fuel efficient.
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Penn and Teller look into the manipulation of the history of Mount Rushmore, as well as rabid patriotism and whether Americans will willingly sign away their right to free speech.
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Penn and Teller look into the Americans with Disabilities Act, which was signed into law in 1990 by the first President Bush.
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Volunteers guard the U.S. border; illegal immigrants discuss motives and demonstrate methods of border crossing.
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Penn and Teller battle the forces of evil when they witness three modern-day exorcists performing their demonic casting-out duties.
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Penn and Teller interview a parasitologist, who spills the truth about the parasites that live inside humans; they visit a life-size walk-through colon as they enquire into the alleged cleansing process of detoxing.
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The magicians get a firm grasp on America's fascination with the female form by visiting a young mom who inadvertently tested corporate tolerance for public breastfeeding.
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Penn and Teller explore the reasoning behind Wal-Mart protesters; this episode includes trips to rural towns that have just acquired a Wal-Mart to show the economic growth and employment improvements.
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An obesity conference exposes the relationships between the medical establishment, diet companies and the weight-loss industry; discrimination.
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Penn and Teller go on the prowl for virgins; they meet women, and men, who are saving themselves for marriage and ask them why; whether sex education is a help or a hindrance.
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It's said that numbers don't lie, but in the hands of the media, politicians, pollsters and salesmen, numbers can be downright subversive.
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In this episode, find out how contemporary ideas about manners date back about 120 years to the Victorian period, a time when there wasn't indoor plumbing and people used to urinate in the street.
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The showmen examine the U.S. government's history of correcting historical wrongs.
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Penn and Teller take their cameras inside the world of extreme pet lovers and meet with reptile enthusiasts, show cats and their owners, and a man who claims to have revolutionized veterinary medicine.
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The battle to rebuild the site of the World Trade Center attacks.
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The methods and beliefs of scientists who search for Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and Chupacabra.
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Arguments for and against capital punishment.
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Penn and Teller take on the Boy Scouts of America, who they claim refuses scout membership and leadership opportunities to homosexuals and atheists.
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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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Penn and Teller examine the way preachers, faith healers and psychic researchers continue to prey on those who pray; they show how easy it is to find people who will find God wherever they look.
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In over 30 years, the Endangered Species Act has cost taxpayers billions of dollars, but it has saved almost no endangered species; this episode says its major accomplishment has been lining the pockets of environmental lawyers.
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Penn and Teller delve into the realm of the spirits and take a look at the revived interest in ghost hunting; people who claim to be in touch with supernatural spirits.
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Penn and Teller discuss whether guns kill people or people kill people.
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Hair products and professionals are part of a billion-dollar industry.
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Penn and Teller watch the watchers in this look at surveillance in modern society.
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Education and public policy experts discuss the academic and professional promises of college.
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Psychologists, psychiatrists and mental health professionals provide therapy for a large percentage of Americans.
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Millions of people have lost trust in scientific, military and government establishments, so they seek to find their own truths.
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Looking into where the values of a "traditional family" have disappeared to.
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Penn and Teller examine the historical, religious, medical and ethical arguments associated with circumcision, and have a little hidden-camera fun with the topic, as well.
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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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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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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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Penn and Teller on profanity; the anarchic duo takes a look at the world of swearing, expletives and euphemisms; the power of words; censorship.
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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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From nutty diets to expensive facial creams, Penn and Teller take a swipe at those determined to turn back the clock with Botox and plastic surgery.
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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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It must be either love thy neighbor or smite the unbeliever, but not both; this week, Penn and Teller take a look at what the Bible actually says.
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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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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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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 truth behind global warming, air quality, water quality and acid rain; Greenpeace.
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Physiological explanation of Ouija boards; the truth behind the "tunnel of light."
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Penn and Teller investigate the many spurious diet fads, such as the Hollywood Diet, where nothing is consumed for 48 hours except for water and the Hollywood Diet shake; they also ask if genetically modified food is as dangerous as many believe.
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Testing an ESP teacher; remote viewing.
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Motivational speakers, books, videos and relationship seminars; fire-walking.
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The beliefs behind a Biblical interpretation of the world's creation.
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Feng shui home consultants are tested; the truth about bottled water.
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Sex products, techniques and myths; aphrodisiacs.
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The dangers of second-hand smoke; the baby products industry.
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People fear the end of the world; underground bomb shelter.
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A UFO convention; alien abduction group therapy session; the influences of pop culture.
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Chiropractic medicine; reflexology; magnet therapy; alternative medicine fair.
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Tricks of popular psychics; near-death experiences.

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