BBC Rogue Traders: Puppy Farms

Matt Allwright and Dan Penteado are hunting and confronting more rogues. They investigate pet shops and dog breeders who sell sick puppies. The Rogue Traders team go undercover to buy three puppies from establishments which have been reported to the RSPCA or trading standards. One of the puppies cost 350 pounds and was bought as a pedigree King Charles spaniel. But within a few days it falls ill with Parvo virus, a severe intestinal infection, and has to be put down.

Matt and the team reveal that in many cases, the paperwork is inadequate to prove a puppy's pedigree, or that it has been properly vaccinated. One of the dogs purchased by the Rogue Traders team had a docked tail, a procedure which was made illegal in England, Scotland and Wales in 2007.

When Matt confronts one puppy farm, the breeder attempts to hold the team captive. It takes a visit by the police to get them released.


WGN News: Tracy Morgan as a Pregnant Woman

An open-shirted, freewheeling Tracy Morgan riffs on life, who he thinks his "peeps" are in Chicago, and impersonates a pregnant woman.

The actor/comedian generally cracks up the WGN morning news team of Dean Richards, Larry Potash, and Robin Baumgartner.


Foghorn Leghorn: A Broken Leghorn

Circa 1959, RT 6:00.

On Old MacDonald's farm, an egg hatches in slow-witted hen Miss Prissy's nest, and out of the shell comes a baby rooster. Fearing he will be replaced by the kid rooster and sent to be slaughtered, Foghorn Leghorn plots to do away with the little tyke.


"My Darling?" Tales Of Mere Existence

How much do you project onto a person you have not met yet? (This will be on a new TV show called "Cut Up", premiering on the French/German TV chan...


Climate Change: Anatomy of a Myth

Potholer54 had planned to put several myths in this video, but discovered such an appalling web of deceit and fabrication.

Conservatives George Will and James Inhofe are called out in particular for their misleading statements and outright fictionalization.


When Fish Walked on Land and Breathed Air

Excerpt from the award winning series "Life on Earth" (1979), produced by the BBC in association with Warner Bros and Reiner Moritz Productions, presented by the legendary Sir David Attenborough.


Blues Brothers: Jail House Rock

The Blues Brothers performing Jail House Rock live on New Years Eve 1978 at Winterland in San Francisco, CA. Opened for the Grateful Dead. Winterland's final concert before closing down.