We're #1

TV Nation: Season 2: Episode 1

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We're #1

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NBC | FOX | Air Date: July 21, 1995
Summary: This Episode's Segments:Bruno for President: With such easy qualifications for becoming President-a candidate must be a 35-year old native-born citizen-why do we always have so few choices? TV Nation runs its own candidate, convicted felon Louie Bruno, to take part in the democratic process. We're #1: TV Nation visits various cities inThis Episode's Segments:Bruno for President: With such easy qualifications for becoming President-a candidate must be a 35-year old native-born citizen-why do we always have so few choices? TV Nation runs its own candidate, convicted felon Louie Bruno, to take part in the democratic process. We're #1: TV Nation visits various cities in America in celebration of their status as #1 in various fields such as Playboy subscriptions and carjacking. Greenwich: TV Nation invades the public beaches of Greenwich, Connecticut which are not all that public. The beach is restricted to Greenwich residents only. So TV Nation brings a bus load of New Yorkers to enjoy the beach. When the bus is turned away, TV Nation's bus load of New Yorkers turn to the sea...and swim to the beach. Crime Scene Cleanup: TV Nation meets the Barnes' a couple who started a business to cash in on the rise in violent crimes by cleaning up crime scenes. After the bodies are cleared and the police have gone, the Barnes' move in, do their business, and collect a hefty profit. Slaves: We all know slavery ended in the 1860's, right? Wrong. Mississippi has just gotten around to ending slavery. TV Nation rushes to Mississippi to acquire some slaves before the new law takes effect. Crackers: TV Nation introduces Crackers the Corporate Crime Fighting Chicken, a seven foot chicken that takes tips and takes action against corporate criminals across the country. In this segment, Crackers talks to New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani about tax breaks given to a company called First Boston to stay in New York. But the company left anyway. Crackers and TV Nation say "That's a corporate crime! Expand
Genre(s): Comedy, News/Documentary, News, Documentary
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