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Real Time with Bill Maher
Episode 17 : September 22, 2006

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Episode 17 : September 22, 2006

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Season 4

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1h 00m

Guests: Actor Bradley Whitford, Fox News contributor Sandy Rios, author Reza Aslan; via satellite, New York Times columnist Frank Rich and filmmaker C.C. Goldwater Topics: Iraq War, anti-American dictators, torture legislation, religion

Genres: Comedy, Talk


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