Does star Glenn Howerton agree?
A mix of pranks, commentary and topical satire aimed at corporate and political mismanagement through the use of confrontational interview techniques.
Season 2, Episode 12
August 10, 2000
Michael Moore satirizes the tactics of pro-life groups. Also included: trying to find Bill Clinton post-term employment.
Season 2, Episode 11
August 3, 2000
Michael Moore fumes about the increase of gas prices; a “fun run” to protest the government's denial of Gulf War Syndrome; Karen Duffy examines population growth in Sussex County, Va.
Season 2, Episode 10
July 27, 2000
Correspondent Karen Duffy takes tourists on a unique New York City tour; a look at George W. Bush's view on affirmative action. Also: Michael Moore goes to Congress and posts bible quotes.
Season 2, Episode 9
July 20, 2000
Michael Moore's “replacements” infiltrate an oil-refinery corporation with an allegedly poor safety record. Included: the conclusion of the “Corporate Crime Unit” series.
Season 2, Episode 8
July 13, 2000
Michael Moore satirizes the loss of civil liberties in America by following a gang of frisk-happy retired policemen.
Season 2, Episode 7
July 6, 2000
Michael Moore examines the layoffs of brewery workers in Ontario and implements techniques to combat corporate wrongdoing.
Season 2, Episode 6
June 29, 2000
A street pimp gives advice for campaign finance reform; Michael Moore drives a cab to combat racism; a celebration of the minority rule.
Season 2, Episode 5
June 22, 2000
In this skewering of American politics, Michael Moore serves as campaign manager for a candidate---a ficus tree.
Season 2, Episode 4
June 8, 2000
Americans vacation in Times Square with Germans.
Season 2, Episode 3
June 1, 2000
Michael Moore satirizes a pornography-related law proposed by New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Also: correspondent Karen Duffy examines abuse at nursing homes.
Season 2, Episode 2
May 25, 2000
Correspondent Jay Martell uses a satirical sports motif to rib politico siblings Jeb and George W. Bush.
Season 2, Episode 1
May 18, 2000
In the second-season premiere, renegade filmmaker Michael Moore and a truckload of “moshers” track down pre-primary candidates, including George W. Bush and John McCain.
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