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Eddie Langston (Character)
from Man of the Year (2006)

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Man of the Year -- A comedian who hosts a news satire program decides to run for president, and a computerized voting machine malfunction gets him elected.
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Man of the Year -- Clip: Dobbs brings down the house in a debate

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  1. Man of the Year (2006) Played by Lewis Black

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From Man of the Year (2006)
Hemmings: Will you be disappointed to be going back to television after this ride?
Eddie Langston: Oh, no. I have a glorious love-hate relationship with TV.
Hemmings: How so?
Eddie Langston: TV scares me. It makes everything seem credible.
Hemmings: Why is that so bad?
Eddie Langston: If everything seems credible then nothing seems credible. You know, TV puts everybody in those boxes, side-by-side. On one side, there's this certifiable lunatic who says the Holocaust never happened. And next to him is this noted, honored historian who knows all about the Holocaust. And now, there they sit, side-by-side, they look like equals! Everything they say seems to be credible. And so, as it goes on, nothing seems credible anymore! We just stopped listening!
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