TV Nation

Season 2 Episode 6

Fox Show 6

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Aired Unknown Sep 01, 1995 on NBC
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Hug-A-Gov: The new Congress has said it wants to return more power back to the States. If that's where the power is, we at TV Nation want to reach out and touch that power. Thus begins our mission: to hug all 50 governors.
Psy-Obsb: Coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial is important but does it require 300 reporters a day? Are there not other serious stories to cover? TV Nation hires its own psychological operations expert retired from the U.S. Army to help conduct a "psy-op" program to destabilize and reduce the massive amount of O.J. coverage.
Rosemont: Sections of Rosemont, Illinois, an affluent Chicago suburb, are closed off to the outside world. Taking the concept of a gated community one step further, Rosemont has placed police guard booths on public streets leading into the city-and only residents who can prove they are residents are allowed in. TV Nation goes to the outskirts of Rosemont to set up its own guard booth and prevent citizens of Rosemont from entering Chicago.
Unions: Everyone knows unions are dying or dead. But there is a whole new group of jobs out there that are starting to unionize for the first time. It's like the 1930's all over again-except this time it's not industrial workers. It's the Buffalo Bills cheerleading squad. It's the topless dancers at a bar in New Jersey. It's the cartoon characters at Disney World. TV Nation says, "Show us your union label!"
White Men: TV Nation celebrates the white man's achievements and explores disturbing signs that the white man is under attack. We assemble a panel of white male experts to explore the threat from the white man's natural enemies-women, minorities, and everyone who isn't a white man. Will the white man vanish like the mighty buffalo? Or will this sparkling example of the human species survive?
Most Wanted (Part 2): Three weeks ago, TV Nation covered the story of Brian Anthony Harris, a young African-American man living in Washington, D.C. To date he has been pulled over and questioned over 20 times because he either "looks like a criminal" or because his name is the same as an actual felon-at-large. TV Nation started a campaign complete with billboards and radio ads to inform police agencies, "Brian Anthony Harris is not wanted" and asked our African American viewers to phone in if they, too, have been harassed by the police. Tonight rapper Doug E. Fresh takes their names to the FBI in Washington, D.C. asking them to tell police agencies across the country to leave these men alone because they are NOT WANTED!
Fan Mail: TV Nation's own candidate for President, Louie Bruno, and his campaign manager Lucky answer our viewer mail.moreless

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Jonathan Katz (I)

Jonathan Katz (I)

Himself (Correspondent)(1994)

Jane Morris

Jane Morris

Herself (Correspondent)(1994)

Janeane Garofalo

Janeane Garofalo

Herself (Correspondent)(1995)

Merrill Markoe

Merrill Markoe

Herself (Correspondent)(1994)

Michael Moore

Michael Moore

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Rusty Cundieff

Rusty Cundieff

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