After getting Emily out of prison, Adam and his sister Rhea take on the justice system, shining a spotlight on the infamous McDonalds hot coffee lawsuit, and the substantial problems with the jury duty system. Adam then goes on to explore the various ways prosecution teams are set up to succeed while your court-appointed lawyer is not.
With tighter controls on cigarette advertising in the West, the big companies are now setting their sights on Asia.
Each generation of Kennedy children is born with a silver spoon, yet not everything that comes with the Kennedy family name is easy, as the lives of the 21st Century Kennedy's reveal. Joe Kennedy built an empire and expected his family to perpetuate a legacy of wealth, public service, and political power. But is that model too old-fashioned? In the 21st Century, isn't the price simply too high - even for the Kennedy's.
Adam illustrates how, despite its macho man reputation, prostitutes actually helped settle the West. He then goes on to explain why the 'all-American cowboy' is a myth, and that the real hero of the west wasn't a person at all; it was air conditioning.
This episode explores how China's GNP fixation has turned supply and demand into build now, sell later. Then, discover how the situation has worsened for post-Arab Spring Egypt.
VICE interviews outcasts of the Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints Church, explores fattening camps in rural Mauritania, and visits the single-family skyscrapers and slums of Mumbai.
John Kennedy Jr has it all: wealth, looks, an easy charm. More than any Kennedy of his generation, he seems to wear the crown lightly - George Clooney with a political pedigree. But while he appears carefree and light-hearted in public, he always works from a carefully-written script - one that was started virtually the moment he was born. No matter how he might try to deviate from it, in the end, he cannot escape the role that destiny and America have chosen for him to play.
While on a magical technological journey, Adam shows that smartphones are not the society killers you might believe they've become. He also illustrates how American cable service providers are cartels making us pay big bucks for the worst net speed in the world, and that most social media and 'free' sites are actually extremely costly - just not how you think.
The Kennedy's have gone from America's most admired (even martyred) family to "presumed guilty". A series of high-profile Kennedy criminal cases guarantee America will rush to judgement. These cases reveal the double-edged sword of fame and privilege. Justice may be blind, but these cases reveal how the very name Kennedy can be either a 'get out of jail free card' or a target for vendettas.
Adam and Emily talk about jail rehabilitation, solitary confinement, and corporations that make money from prison inmates.
Adam weeds through the myths of marijuana, exposes the blunt truth about the War on Drugs, and explains how prescription pills are the true gateway drug.
Evicted from his apartment and blacklisted by every landlord in the city, Adam exposes the housing market, revealing that buying a home is a terrible investment, and unregulated housing share programs like Air BNB hurt city dwellers and open up hosts to massive liabilities. Adam then goes on to "ruin" homelessness programs, exploring why most of what we do to help those without homes doesn't get them any closer to having a roof over their heads. (S.1 Ep.19) (Class. tba)
Behind every Kingdom there is a fortune. The Kennedy's may be America's most public family but when the subject turns to money their silence is deafening. Sorting out the facts from the myths, here's how the Kennedy's become one of America's wealthiest families, how they keep it and how that fortune fuels a dynasty.
Adam Conover employs a combination of comedy, history and science to dispel widespread misconceptions about everything we take for granted. In this episode, Adam ruins Christmas.
Adam embarks on a journey to illustrate that an expensive border wall wouldn't keep out the majority of immigrants who enter legally and overstay their visas. He then explores how the relatively recent militarisation of the border has created an illegal immigrant problem where there wasn't one before, racist mass deportations have historically led to disaster, and immigration courts are a huge mess that are broken from top to bottom.
Fault Lines investigates the legacy of flawed forensics, and how it continues to affect many lives today.
No family knows what a powerful image can do better than the Kennedy's. They created a carefully crafted image that helped catapult them to the forefront of American politics and into the hearts of the America people. From fashion statements to Presidential mannerisms, here is how the Kennedy's redefine 'the Image' of power and set new standards for the rich and powerful.
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