What Would You Do?: Gay Bashing at a Sports Bar

ABC News Tested Americans' increasing open-mindedness", they staged a verbal gay-bashing scenario at a local sports bar in Linden, N.J.

They hired actor Vince August to play a homophobic patron.

Dusty St. Amand and Dominic Benevento, a gay couple in real life, played the targets of his slurs.

Two additional actors, Traci Hovel and Brad Lee Wind, played a heterosexual couple at the opposite end of the bar.


Eddie Izzard: Definite Article

Show is circa 1996, RT 1:48:25.

This stage show which was recorded at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London is without doubt one of his best. His topic of discusion range from Noah to fashion (cool, cool, normal, looking like a dickhead, cool!) and from James Bond to why dogs got the first say in how to have sex and why all the other animals had to do it doggy style.


National Geographic: CIA Secret Experiments

First aired 10 March 2008, RT 45:38.

It's the height of the Cold War and the United States government is desperate to combat the spread of Communism. The CIA launches a highly classified, top secret research program into the covert use of biological and chemical agents. In simulated attacks on enemy populations, entire cities in America are contaminated with bacteria, exposing millions of Americans to germ warfare. But the real focus of the research is on mastering the art of mind control. Psychiatrists at top academic institutions work under secret contract with the agency. Psychiatric patients, prisoners, even unwitting members of the public are exposed to a startling array of experiments designed to facilitate interrogations, induce amnesia and program in new behavior. Every psychological technique is explored, including hypnosis, electroshock therapy and lethal cocktails of drugs. What was the extent of these brainwashing experiments? How did the CIA become involved in such far-reaching and disturbing research? Join us as National Geographic presents: CIA Secret Experiments.


Q&A with Comedian Louis C.K.

Louis CK recently riffed on consumerism and general impatience in a popular clip http://www.milkandcookies.com/link/137583/detail/ In this TIME interview, he teaches himself (and possibly America) a lesson ...


Bill Bailey: Dueling Banjos, Tinselworm

Bill Bailey performs a Bollywood version of Dueling Banjos, popularized by the film Deliverance.

Indian band from London: Bollywood Pandits.
Musical Director/Composer; Kiran Thakrar
Choral arrangement and Hindi lyrics: Anuradha Shukla
Singers: Anuradha Shukla
Kaushik Khajuria
Praful Ladwa
Bimal Pandit
Ami Joshi
Keyboards and harmonium Kiran Thakrar
Sarod Soumik Datta
Tabla Mitel Purohit
Bass guitar Paresh Jethwa
Drums Vikas Sakedcha
Percussion Ghamshyam Makwana


William Shatner: How To Handle a Woman

William Shatner sings the Richard Burton song during a television show.

Originally from the Broadway whos Camelot.

Circa 1970s.

"How to handle a woman?
There's a way," said the wise old man,
"A way known by ev'ry woman
Since the whole rigmarole began."
"Do I flatter her?" I begged him answer.
"Do I threaten or cajole or plead?
Do I brood or play the gay romancer?"
Said he, smiling: "No indeed.
How to handle a woman?
Mark me well, I will tell you, sir:
The way to handle a woman
Is to love her...simply love her...
Merely love her...love her...love her."


Pinky and the Brain: Win Big

Actually, the Animaniacs (this being a Pinky and the Brain Short within the show).

Brain competes on a trivia game show entitled "Gyp-Parody" to win money to buy a device in order to take over the world.

RT 9:20

Season 1

Episode 10

First Aired 9/14/1993