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TV Revolution: Body Count

Violence has always been a part of television, from the crime drama The Untouchables from the 1950s to the crime dramas of today, including NYPD Blue, The Sopranos, and The Shield. However, the type of violence shown is dramatically different from the 1950s, including more bloodshed, murders, and other violent crimes than ever before. Along with the discussion of violent television shows, major world events including the settlement of the west and the televised coverage of the Vietnam War and their affect on American culture are discussed.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x5
Airdate: Wednesday May 26th, 2004



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Guest Stars
Dennis FranzDennis Franz
As Himself
Recurring
Elisabeth RöhmElisabeth Röhm
As Herself
Recurring
Jimmy SmitsJimmy Smits
As Himself
Recurring
Joss WhedonJoss Whedon
As Himself
Recurring
Laura InnesLaura Innes
As Herself
Recurring
Liz FriedmanLiz Friedman
As Herself
Recurring
Ossie DavisOssie Davis
As Himself
Recurring
Paris BarclayParis Barclay
As Himself
Recurring
Rob ReinerRob Reiner
As Himself
Recurring
Steven BochcoSteven Bochco
As Himself
Recurring
Warren LittlefieldWarren Littlefield
As Himself
Recurring
Michael ChiklisMichael Chiklis
As Himself
Warning: TV Revolution season 1 episode 5 guide may contain spoilers
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