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  • Series Premiere Date: Jan 24, 2003
  • Season #: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8
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  • Starring: Penn Jillette, Teller
  • Summary: In society, there are many products and ideas that we buy in to. Some of these products, services or ideas are just plain bullsh**. Well-known magicians, Penn and Teller, are here to knock some sense into people in a humorous and informal way and to explain why some things in life are just plain bullsh**. Expand
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Documentary
  • Creator: Randall Moldave, Eric Small
  • Show Type: Ended
  • Season 1 premiere date: Jan 24, 2003
  • Episode Length: 30
  • Air Time: 10:00 PM
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  1. Mar 29, 2012
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    The show, overall, is awesome. The duos presentation of their arguments if very creative and will keep you asking for more. The occasional magic trick or visual presentation is always a nice treat. If your a libertarian atheist like me, you'll agree with pretty much everything Penn and Teller (well, not really Teller) say. Although You won't be learning much in the case of most of their episodes, you may pick up a few things here and there. The quality of the show, however, varies highly from episode to episode. First you can have something amazing like their show on the Vatican, alternative medicine, taxes or the Bible, but next you'll find something pretty boring like there show on hair or nostalgia, which are obvious attempts to grab a few bucks. But as Penn has said in an off-show interview, they need that cash to fund their good shows. In the end, this show is defiantly watching through no matter which episode you are watching. Expand