In "Sonny Liston's Eyes" a writer, and former boxer who knew Liston, flies to New York for a story from a mafia hit-man who had not only eliminated Liston but also JFK and was responsible, or knew who was, for every high-profile assassination of the second half of the 20th Century. In "Bad Medicine" we see America's health care system is broken and causes innumerable unneeded deaths. In "Big Sugar" we see a Jamaican giant who is a living savior to the homeless in the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City. In "The Sheik Is Dead" we see a Realtor, also a comedian, use his many voices and disguises to pull off a $12 million dollar real estate swindle; in "My Name is Nobody" we see the various stories of several people who have fallen to low positions who believe they're nobodies whereas in "Mr. Payback" a nightclub comedian insults audience members and pays the ultimate price. In "The Gun" we see why as long as we have so many guns in America we will have too many killings.
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