Penn & Teller: Bullshit!: Season 6, Episode 6

Being Green (24 Jul. 2008)

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Penn and Teller look at the climate change debate and question Al Gore's motives.

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Penn and Teller look at the climate change debate and question Al Gore's motives.

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