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Michael Moore ... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bruce Brown Bruce Brown ... Announcer (voice)
Rusty Cundieff ... Himself
Karen Duffy ... Herself
Yaphet Kotto ... Himself
Merrill Markoe Merrill Markoe ... Herself
Jeff Michalski Jeff Michalski ... Himself
Jane Morris ... Herself
Louis Theroux ... Himself
Steven Wright ... Himself
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11 November 1997 (USA) See more »

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Blinders are on
4 June 2004 | by isleofdawnSee all my reviews

The problem with TV Nation is the lack of information that doesn't concur with Mr. Moore's views. As in much of his work, Mr. Moore presents things that are supporting his view, while ignoring that which does not. Not only that, but innuendo will make it into his work if it supports his point of view.

What he has going for him is a tremendous sense of humor. The man is funny.

I just wish he had balance in his work. Having gone to the same school, played Little League and been in Boy Scouts with him, I am aware of his talent and humor. But I am also aware of his penchant for ignoring that which does not suit his purposes. This is okay for those who let you know they are on a mission. But it is not good for those who purport to tell the whole truth.


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