Adventures in a TV Nation chronicles the best stories aired on this show, and includes behind-the-scenes scoops on how Moore and his associates got away with filming what they did and how they were able to get past network censors. From Moore's picnicking with Dr. Jack Kevorkian, to challenging the chairman of Ford Motors to change the oil of a Ford Bronco, to hiring a lobbyist to see how much democracy $5,000 can buy on Capitol Hill, this is a hysterical, honest look at the absurdities of American life and politics.
"A masterpiece.... TV Nation goes where no TV magazine has gone before". -- Newsday
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