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I watched this for the first time with host Rollins the other week and I'm hooked. I think he is smart, intellectual and directly relates to his audience. The fact that Rollins grew up in the area adds to the content.
My son in his early 20's is also hooked. He couldn't believe at first such a 'cool guy' was hosting something on the history channel. However, Rollins doesn't treat the audience like they are 8th graders on a trip to DC and dives into real things that you wonder about or think you know, but don't.
Small spoilers -- We didn't know the president had to pay for his own food. My family talked about that for hours. We didn't know that the bodies of assassins seem to ...disappear..or do they?
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