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60 Minutes Season 37 Episodes

49 Episodes 2004 - 2005

Episode 1

Wanted: Dead or Alive, The Closer!, O'Reilly

Sun, Sep 26, 2004 60 mins

The 37th season begins with Mike Wallace profiling Bill O'Reilly and Steve Kroft investigating telemarketing fraud in Canada.

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Episode 2

Echo Boomers, Tales from the Crypt, Bill Parcells

Sun, Oct 3, 2004 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Dallas Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells; Steve Kroft reports on the maturation of baby boomers; Morley Safer probes the secrets of the Medicis, an Italian Renaissance family.

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Episode 3

The Killing in Sudan, Staying at Home, Queen Latifah

Sun, Oct 10, 2004 60 mins

Scott Pelley investigates genocide in Sudan; Bob Simon interviews Queen Latifah; Lesley Stahl reports on women who achieved success in the workplace, but who then chose to become stay-at-home moms.

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Episode 4

A Deal with the Devil, Top 10%, Ray Charles

Sun, Oct 17, 2004 60 mins

Ed Bradley looks back on the life of Ray Charles; Steve Kroft investigates serial killer Coral Eugene Watts, who could be released from a Texas prison in 2006; Lesley Stahl reports on a Texas law that helps top high-school students get into the best state schools.

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Episode 5

The Murder of Emmett Till, Jon Stewart

Sun, Oct 24, 2004 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates the 1955 Mississippi murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till, a crime that helped spark the civil-rights movement; Steve Kroft interviews Jon Stewart.

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Episode 6

Live from New York, The Governor, In Harm's Way

Sun, Oct 31, 2004 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates the lack of fully-armored vehicles for soldiers in Iraq; Lesley Stahl visits the set of "Saturday Night Live" and reports on how the show is written and produced each week; Morley Safer interviews Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Episode 7

The Next Space Race, Crusade Against Credit

Sun, Nov 7, 2004 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles aeronautical engineer Burt Rutan, who foresees space travel for civilians in the near future; Lesley Stahl interviews radio host Dave Ramsey, who discusses his efforts to educate people about debt.

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Episode 8

Anonymous Revealed, Prescription for Trouble, Arafat

Sun, Nov 14, 2004 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates alleged failures of the U.S. government to act on information that, if heeded, may have led to the capture of Osama bin Laden; Ed Bradley reports on the painkiller Vioxx.

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Episode 9

The Uncounted, Hoodia, Jim Carrey

Sun, Nov 21, 2004 60 mins

Bob Simon probes the casualty count in Iraq and whether all wounded U.S. soldiers are being included; Steve Kroft interviews Jim Carrey; Lesley Stahl reports on the Kalahari Desert hoodia plant, said to banish hunger, and its use in weight-loss products.

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Episode 10

The Case of the Spy Ring, Bluejay, Dustin Hoffman

Sun, Nov 28, 2004 60 mins

Lesley Stahl investigates an alleged Guantanamo Bay spy ring; Steve Kroft interviews Dustin Hoffman; and Scott Pelley profiles musical prodigy Jay Greenberg.

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Episode 11

Old Soldiers, ADD Grows Up, Bob Dylan

Sun, Dec 5, 2004 60 mins

Ed Bradley interviews Bob Dylan; Bob Simon investigates why former soldiers are being called for active duty; and Morley Safer reports on adults with attention-deficit disorder.

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Episode 12

Who Killed Carolyn Muncey?, A Feisty Farewell, Cinderella Story

Sun, Dec 12, 2004 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Sen. Ernest "Fritz" Hollings (D-S.C.); Bob Simon profiles opera singer Anna Netrebko; Ed Bradley investigates the 1985 murder of Carolyn Muncey in Tennessee, a crime for which Paul Gregory House was sentenced to death for, but says he did not commit.

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Episode 13

The Stone Box, Ricky Williams, Redneck Woman

Sun, Dec 19, 2004 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews former NFL running back Ricky Williams; Ed Bradley profiles country singer Gretchen Wilson; Bob Simon investigates whether an ancient stone box that supposedly contains the bones of Jesus' brother James is real or a fake.

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Episode 14

Echo Boomers, Ray Charles, The Coach

Sun, Dec 26, 2004 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles the late Ray Charles; Lesley Stahl interviews NFL coaches Bill Belichick and John Fox; and Steve Kroft reports on how advertisers are trying to market to the children of baby boomers.

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Episode 15

Google, The Most Beautiful Woman in the World

Sun, Jan 2, 2005 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on Google; Bob Simon profiles Indian actress Aishwarya Rai.

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Episode 16

The Big Gun, Lang Lang, A Dog's Nose

Sun, Jan 9, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates the potential dangers of a 50-cal. military rifle available for purchase by the public in 49 states; Morley Safer reports on dogs trained to sniff out cancer; Bob Simon profiles Lang Lang, a Chinese piano prodigy.

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Episode 17

Under Fire, The Insider, Tim Howard

Sun, Jan 16, 2005 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on Marines fighting in Ramadi, Iraq; Mike Wallace interviews tobacco whistle-blower Jeffrey Wigand; Steve Kroft profiles soccer player Tim Howard of Manchester United.

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Episode 18

Poisoned, An Expensive Lesson, Hilary Swank

Sun, Jan 30, 2005 60 mins

Christiane Amanpour interviews Ukraine president Victor Yushchenko; Mike Wallace profiles Hilary Swank; Steve Kroft reports on career colleges.

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Episode 19

Juiced, Born in the U.S.A., The Gates

Sun, Feb 13, 2005 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews former baseball star Jose Canseco; Lesley Stahl reports on families outside of the U.S. adopting American-born black babies; Morley Safer profiles artist Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude.

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Episode 20

Rape in the Ranks, Cirque Du Soleil, Chris Rock

Sun, Feb 20, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles Chris Rock; Steve Kroft interviews Jennifer Dyer, a former National Guard officer who claims she was raped by a fellow officer in August 2004; Lesley Stahl visits Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas.

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Episode 21

Breeding Ground, The Aviator and the President, Brain Rangers

Sun, Feb 27, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on how Saudi Arabia is trying to change its image as a terrorist breeding ground; Lesley Stahl probes an alleged link between Richard Nixon and Howard Hughes; and Christiane Amanpour looks at a military program that treats mental stress.

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Episode 22

Rendition, Grand Theft Auto, The D.A. And Tom Delay

Sun, Mar 6, 2005 60 mins

Scott Pelley probes the alleged CIA practice of handing over terror suspects to countries where torture is used; Ed Bradley investigates whether the video game "Grand Theft Auto" is responsible for a multiple homicide; Lesley Stahl reports on House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Texas).

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Episode 23

Ken Lay, Submission, The Last Star Wars

Sun, Mar 13, 2005 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews George Lucas, who talks about "Star Wars: Episode III---Revenge of the Sith"; Scott Pelley interviews Ken Lay, former Enron chairman; Morley Safer interviews women's rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who discusses her movie "Submission," which has been heavily criticized by Muslims and which directly led to the death of its director, Theo van Gogh.

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Episode 24

The Big Gun II, Jessica Gonzales vs Castle Rock, The Sea Gypsies

Sun, Mar 20, 2005 60 mins

Mike Wallace reports on what responsibility police have to enforce restraining orders; Ed Bradley reports on whether a .50 caliber rifle available in the U.S. could be a potential weapon for terrorists; Bob Simon visits the Moken people who live on islands in the Andaman Sea and probes how they knew a tsunami was coming.

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Episode 25

Power to the People, The Stone Box, The Toughest Race

Sun, Mar 27, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley interviews three women in Saudi Arabia about living in a conservative Islamic society in which females have very few rights. Also: a report on an ossuary that was alleged to have held the bones of James, Jesus' brother; and runners in competitions featuring distances of more than 100 miles and over rough terrain.

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Episode 26

Pope John Paul II: Part I, Pope John Paul II: Part II, Jane Fonda: My Life So Far - Part I

Sun, Apr 3, 2005 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews Jane Fonda, who speaks candidly about her activism during the Vietnam War and her marriage to filmmaker Roger Vadim. Also: Steve Kroft reports on how billions of dollars allocated for homeland security is actually being spent.

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Episode 27

Mafia Cops, Handouts for the Homeland, Jane Fonda: My Life So Far: Part II

Sun, Apr 10, 2005 60 mins

An investigation into whether one-time Mafia kingpin Anthony Casso paid two former New York City detectives (Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa) to commit murders for the mob; a report on how billions of dollars allocated for homeland security is actually being spent; and the conclusion of an interview with Jane Fonda.

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Episode 28

Party at Gregg's, Carl Hiaasen, Highway in the Sky

Sun, Apr 17, 2005 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on the controversial trend of parents allowing teens to drink alcohol in their homes in order to prevent drunk driving; Steve Kroft interviews author Carl Hiaasen; Bob Simon meets with inventors who build personal flying machines.

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Episode 29

Medical Tourists, Tunnel #3, Endangered Species

Sun, Apr 24, 2005 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on Americans who visit exotic locales, such as India and Thailand, to have elective surgeries performed at reduced prices; Ed Bradley investigates what is being done to clean up a polluted river that runs through Washington, D.C.; Lesley Stahl interviews workers building a New York City water tunnel.

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Episode 30

Secrets from Guantanamo Bay, The Hobbit, Goldie

Sun, May 1, 2005 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews former Army sergeant Erik Saar about controversial tactics allegedly used by interrogators at the naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Bob Simon reports from an Indonesian island where archaeologists believe they have discovered the bones of a new species of humans who were around three feet tall; Mike Wallace interviews Goldie Hawn.

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Episode 31

President Putin, Duty, Honor, Country, Everybody Does Love Raymond

Sun, May 8, 2005 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Russian president Vladimir Putin; Steve Kroft profiles Ray Romano; Morley Safer visits West Point and reports on how the military school is teaching cadets to fight terrorism.

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Episode 32

Maximum Security, B.S. Rules!

Sun, May 15, 2005 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on prison gangs in California that continue to orchestrate criminal activity from within a maximum-security penitentiary; Morley Safer interviews Princeton University professor Harry G. Frankfurt.

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Episode 33

The Pledge, It Takes One to Know One, Cooking the Books

Sun, May 22, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on government-funded abstinence education as a means of preventing HIV/AIDS; Mike Wallace interviews former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy, who is accused by the U.S. government of committing securities fraud; Steve Kroft interviews Barry Minkow, a convicted con artist turned pastor, who is followed as he investigates a couple suspected of running a fraudulent investment scheme.

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Episode 34

The Big Gun, Dave Chappelle, Counting on the Count

Sun, May 29, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates the potential dangers of a 50-cal. military rifle available for purchase by the public; Bob Simon profiles Dave Chappelle; Morley Safer travels to Romania and explores the Dracula legend and how it is being utilized to attract tourists.

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Episode 35

Justice at Guantanamo, Insider's Prescription, Not in My Backyard

Sun, Jun 5, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley interviews military lawyers who represent suspected terrorists being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Bob Simon reports on the high cost of prescription drugs; and Lesley Stahl visits with homeowners in the West who claim that grizzly bears are invading their land.

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Episode 36

The Closer, Beatrice's Goat, Bob Dylan

Sun, Jun 12, 2005 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates a telephone con game called the "Canadian Lottery"; Ed Bradley interviews Bob Dylan; Bob Simon reports on how an African girl's life was changed when her family received a goat donated by a U.S. aid organization.

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Episode 37

Grand Theft Auto, Top 10%, Amazon Treasure

Sun, Jun 19, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates a possible link between a violent video game and the murder of three people; Christiane Amanpour reports on monkeys in the Amazon rain forest; and Lesley Stahl looks at a controversial Texas law that gives top high-school students coveted spots in state-supported colleges.

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Episode 38

Under Fire, A Dog's Nose, Miracle Man

Sun, Jun 26, 2005 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on Marines fighting in Ramadi, Iraq; Morley Safer looks at dogs trained to smell cancer; Bob Simon profiles Lance Armstrong.

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Episode 39

Old Soldiers, The New Free Space

Sun, Jul 3, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles aviation expert Burt Rutan; Bob Simon reports on former service members who have been recalled to active duty.

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Episode 40

Handouts for the Homeland, Submission, Highway in the Sky

Sun, Jul 10, 2005 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on how billions of dollars allocated for homeland security is being spent; Bob Simon meets with inventors who build personal flying machines; Morley Safer interviews women's-rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who discusses her movie "Submission," which has been heavily criticized by Muslims and which led to the death of its director, Theo van Gogh.

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Episode 41

In Harm's Way, The Big Gun II, Staying at Home

Sun, Jul 17, 2005 60 mins

A report on U.S. troops wounded or killed by roadside bombs due to inadequately armored vehicles; and a look at the availability of .50 caliber rifles to terrorists. Also: successful businesswomen who stay home and raise children.

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Episode 42

Rendition, Born In The USA, Dustin Hoffman

Sun, Jul 24, 2005 60 mins

Scott Pelley investigates the alleged CIA practice of sending terror suspects to countries where torture is allowed; Leslie Stahl examines the adoption of black American babies by white families outside the U.S.; Steve Kroft interviews Dustin Hoffman, who recalls his career.

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Episode 43

President Putin, Jane Fonda: My Life So Far

Sun, Jul 31, 2005 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Russian president Vladimir Putin; Lesley Stahl interviews Jane Fonda, who speaks candidly about her activism during the Vietnam War and her marriage to filmmaker Roger Vadim.

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Episode 44

The Governor, An Expensive Lesson, Hilary Swank

Sun, Aug 14, 2005 60 mins

Morley Safer interviews California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who discusses whether foreign-born people should be eligible to run for President; Mike Wallace profiles Hilary Swank; Steve Kroft investigates lofty claims made by some career colleges.

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Episode 45

Anonymous Revealed, Party at Gregg's, The Sea Gypsies

Sun, Aug 21, 2005 60 mins

Steve Kroft interviews former CIA analyst Michael Scheuer, who once headed the unit hunting Osama bin Laden. Also: a Lesley Stahl report on parents who allow teens to drink in their homes to prevent drunken driving; and a segment on the Moken, a southeast Asian tribe, and how they survived the 2004 tsunami.

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Episode 46

Prescription For Trouble, The Killing In Sudan, Crusade Against Credit

Sun, Aug 28, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on the painkiller Vioxx; Scott Pelley investigates genocide in Sudan; Lesley Stahl interviews financial expert Dave Ramsey, who offers advice on getting out of debt.

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Episode 47

Katrina, Echo Boomers, Medical Tourism

Sun, Sep 4, 2005 60 mins

Scott Pelley investigates how long it will take to repair the levees in New Orleans that were breeched by Hurricane Katrina; Steve Kroft reports on how marketers are targeting baby boomers; Bob Simon reports on Americans who go to exotic places such as India and Thailand to have elective surgeries performed at greatly reduced prices.

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Episode 48

Parkinson's Drug Trial, Order Out Of Chaos, Mr. Feinberg

Sun, Sep 11, 2005 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on New Orleans police officers who are trying to restore order in the city; Lesley Stahl reports on patients with Parkinson's disease who were given GDNF (glial cell-derived neurotrophic factor) in a clinical trial and seemingly improved, only to have the drug taken away; Morley Safer interviews Kenneth Feinberg, the former head of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

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Episode 49

Ricky Williams, No Sex Teens, Andy Rooney

Sun, Sep 18, 2005 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams; Ed Bradley reports on the U.S. government's efforts to prevent HIV/AIDS in school children; Scott Pelley profiles two Iraqi families.

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