Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by bbgun, Aug 1, 2006.
Anyone watch this show? It's pretty amusing, if a tad too libertarian.
I watch it. It's pretty good.
My favorite episode so far was when they were trying to debunk protesters. There were a bunch of protesters in D.C. and so they had a girl with a clipboard going around gathering signatures on a petition to do away with something. I can't remember the term that they used, but it was the molecular description (not H20) for water. She got over 500 signatures from protesters to outlaw water. Yes, WATER!:lmao2:
If you haven't seen it. You should check it out if you get a chance, and decide for yourself.
I havent seen that in forever. I loved the first 2 seasons but kinda lost track after that. They definitely have an "interesting" take on things . I think I have it on DVD somewhere
Was it dihydrogen monoxide?
Dihydrogen Monoxide, or DHMO, is a colorless and odorless chemical that kills or maims thousands each year, primarily through accidental inhalation. It has also been revealed to be a causative agent in many environmental exposure incidents, industrial contaminations, automobile accidents, and property damage. The dollar amount losses caused, and the lives impacted, by the DHMO threat are virtually innumerable.
Loved that episode as well.
Funny show that for some reason I only catch every so often.
Sometimes it is nice when you can go to the indemand channel and watch 3-4 episodes you have not seen yet in a row.
What is the channel and time?
I used to watch it when I had Showtime...
Showtime...I can never remember the day or time and that is why I miss it so often and then catch it on indemand.
that explains why I have never seen it.
I saw that one, pretty good stuff!
I enjoy the show. Sometimes their research bothers me, especially with rinky-dink matters such as JFK or UFO nuts. At the end of the show, I'll find myself muttering: "I had to spend sixty minutes just to learn that you can debunk conspiracy loons?"
Then, sometimes their shocked outrage simply bothers me. I feel like asking, "You just now realized the hypocrisy of the situation? I'm already a bitter malcontent because of this and 999 more problems in our world."