Season 5 Episodes

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Anger Management

Season 5, Episode 10 - Air Date: 5/24/2007
Penn & Teller look into Anger Management classes and venting.
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Nukes, Hybrids & Lesbians

Season 5, Episode 9 - Air Date: 5/17/2007
Penn and Teller explain the necessity of nuclear power in modern society, advocating that it is both cleaner and safer than the alternatives such as coal.
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Mount Rushmore

Season 5, Episode 8 - Air Date: 5/10/2007
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Handicap Parking

Season 5, Episode 7 - Air Date: 5/3/2007
What's not to like about the Americans with Disabilities Act? After all, it is supposed to improve life for the handicapped.
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Season 5, Episode 6 - Air Date: 4/26/2007
The blizzard of bullshit surrounding immigration melts when Penn and Teller spend some time with the "Minutemen," a militia group dedicated to preventing illegal border crossings, while illegal immigrants demonstrate their fence-jumping techniques.
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Season 5, Episode 5 - Air Date: 4/19/2007
Penn and Teller battle the forces of evil when they witness three modern-day exorcists performing their demonic casting-out duties, then pay a visit to the "Black Pope," the leader of the Church of Satan.
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Season 5, Episode 4 - Air Date: 4/12/2007
Penn & Teller expose the truth behind our supposedly toxic insides. We find out about "colonics" and those "cleansing" diets including today's diet darling, the "Neera Super Cleanse.
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Breast Hysteria

Season 5, Episode 3 - Air Date: 4/5/2007
Penn & Teller look at women's breasts and society's response to them. In New York City, we meet a young mother who inadvertently tested corporate tolerance for breast-feeding in public.
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Season 5, Episode 2 - Air Date: 3/29/2007
Penn & Teller expose America's love/hate relationship with Wal-Mart. We look at the good and bad sides of the biggest employer in the US.
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Season 5, Episode 1 - Air Date: 3/22/2007
Penn & Teller reveal truths about the Obesity epidemic. A visit to an Obesity conference exposes the uncomfortably cozy relationships between the medical establishment, the diet companies and the weight loss industry.