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Porn in the U.S./Jeopardy! 

"Porn in the U.S." rebroadcasts a segment examining the $10 billion pornography industry in the United States. "Jeopardy!" rebroadcasts a segment that goes behind the scenes of the famous ... See full summary »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Porn in the U.S.")
Paul Fishbein ...
Himself - Founder, Adult Video News (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
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Herself - Adult Actress (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
Bill Lyon ...
Himself - Free Speech Coalition (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
Dennis McAlpine ...
Himself - Attorney, McAlpine Associates (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
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Himself - Author, Obscene Profits: The Entrepreneurs of Pornography in the Cyber Age (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
Bill Asher ...
Himself - President, Vivid (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
Luke Ford ...
Himself - Adult Film Industry Writer (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
Mary Beth Buchanan ...
Herself - U.S. Attorney (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
Robert Black ...
Himself - President, Extreme Associates (segment "Porn in the U.S.") (archive footage)
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Jeopardy!")
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Himself - Host, Jeopardy (segment "Jeopardy!") (archive footage)
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Himself - Jeopardy Winner (segment "Jeopardy!") (archive footage)
Frank Spangenberg ...
Himself - Jeopardy Winner (segment "Jeopardy!") (archive footage)
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Herself - Contestant Coordinator (segment "Jeopardy!") (archive footage)
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"Porn in the U.S." rebroadcasts a segment examining the $10 billion pornography industry in the United States. "Jeopardy!" rebroadcasts a segment that goes behind the scenes of the famous television quiz show and discuss how a software engineer has become the show's biggest winner. "Andy Rooney" talks about how cities do not profit from political conventions. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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5 September 2004 (USA)  »

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