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Season 35, Episode 01 The Arafat Papers, Over the Hill?, Kidnapped

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Sep 29, 2002
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The Arafat Papers, Over the Hill?, Kidnapped Sep 29, 2002 “The Arafat Papers” looks a secret documents seized at Arafat’s headquarter that off evidence him. “Over the Hill?” examines why television and advertising executives cater to youth. “Kidnapped” interviews a woman whose children were kidnapped by their father and taken to Saudi Arabia where they are not allowed to leave. “Andy Rooney” talks about Martha Stewart.

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Season 35, Episode 02 The Sheriff of Wall Street, Zion's Christian Soldiers, Hubble

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Oct 6, 2002
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The Sheriff of Wall Street, Zion's Christian Soldiers, Hubble Oct 6, 2002 “The Sheriff of Wall Street” looks at how the the New York State attorney general is suing brokerage firms to stop a conflict of interest that is at the root of some of Wall Street’s troubles. “Zion’s Christian Soldiers” examines how Israel has strong support from the Christian Right though some suspect there may be a hidden agenda. “Hubble” looks at the Hubble space telescope and is historic discoveries. “Andy Rooney” talks about whether we should go to war in Iraq.

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Season 35, Episode 03 Armed and Dangerous, The Royal Treatment, The End of the Embargo?

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Oct 13, 2002
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Armed and Dangerous, The Royal Treatment, The End of the Embargo? Oct 13, 2002 “Armed and Dangerous” examines whether someone who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun. “The Royal Treatment” takes a look at a company that is incredibly generous to its workers. “The End of the Embargo?” talks to people who want to end the 40-year trade embargo against Cuba. “Andy Rooney” talks about the doctor-patient relationship.

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Season 35, Episode 04 Women of Afghanistan, Married Priests, Boys

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Oct 20, 2002
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Women of Afghanistan, Married Priests, Boys Oct 20, 2002 “Women of Afghanistan” examines the plight for women in post-Taliban Afghanistan. “Married Priests” looks at how there are almost one hundred married men serving as Catholic priests in the United States with the blessing of the pope. “Boys” looks at the problem of how boys are falling behind girls at at all levels of education. “Andrew Rooney” talks about being named ’Outrage of the Week’ by CNN’s Capital Gang.

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Season 35, Episode 05 Lost in Translation, Going Home, The Grand Old Man

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Oct 28, 2002
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Lost in Translation, Going Home, The Grand Old Man Oct 28, 2002 “Lost in Translation” interviews a FBI whistle-blower who claims that crucial information about terrorism was deliberately not translated in the weeks after 9/11. “Going Home” looks at how African Americans in the north are re-migrating to what was once the segregated south. “The Grand Old Man” looks at the race to replace retiring senator Strom Thurmond. “Andy Rooney” talks about the overabundance of lawsuits in America.

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Season 35, Episode 06 Doctor Death and His Accomplice, Texas

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Nov 4, 2002
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Doctor Death and His Accomplice, Texas Nov 4, 2002 “Doctor Death and His Accomplice” investigates a link between a California doctor and a South African scientist who specialized in germ warfare. “Texas” takes a close look at the Senate and Gubernatorial elections in Texas. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Moscow theater tragedy.

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Season 35, Episode 07 Toxic Town, Sir David Attenborough, Depressed and on Welfare, Cheaters

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Nov 11, 2002
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Toxic Town, Sir David Attenborough, Depressed and on Welfare, Cheaters Nov 11, 2002 “Toxic Town” visits Anniston, Alabama, one of the most toxic towns in America. “Sir David Attenborough” interviews the famous documentary director. “Depressed and on Welfare” looks at how clinical depression may be keeping some welfare recipients out of the work force. “Cheaters” examines how cheating has become a serious problem on college campuses. “Andy Rooney” talks about how it is sometimes difficult to open packaging.

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Season 35, Episode 08 The Inspector, Bush at War, Not the Best Policy

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Nov 18, 2002
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The Inspector, Bush at War, Not the Best Policy Nov 18, 2002 “The Inspector” interviews Hans Blix the head of U.N. inspectors in Iraq on his impending search for weapons of mass destruction. “Bush at War” interviews Bob Woodward on his new book about the war on terror. “Not the Best Policy” investigates an insurance company accused of cheating disabled people out of money. “Andy Rooney” talks about how politicians should have to take a Political Aptitude Test.

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Season 35, Episode 09 Retaliation... Will Not Be Tolerated, Billy Crystal, Jackpot Justice

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Nov 25, 2002
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Retaliation... Will Not Be Tolerated, Billy Crystal, Jackpot Justice Nov 25, 2002 “Retaliation... Will Not Be Tolerated” looks at how an FBI whistle-blower has been harassed for comments he made on 60 Minutes. “Billy Crystal” interviews the popular comedian and Oscar host. “Jackpot Justice” looks at how personal injury lawyers have found a place to file successful lawsuits in Mississippi. “Andy Rooney” talks about Thanksgiving being neglected for Christmas.

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Season 35, Episode 10 Title IX, Change of Heart, Was It Done with Mirrors?

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Dec 2, 2002
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Title IX, Change of Heart, Was It Done with Mirrors? Dec 2, 2002 “Title IX” looks at how male athletes are suing due to the anti-discrimination law that has paved the way to women’s collegiate sports. “Change of Heart” examines how prisoners are provided health care by the state. “Was It Done with Mirrors?” looks at theory that centuries old works of art were produced with the use of projection devices. “Andy Rooney” talks about newspapers.

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Season 35, Episode 11 Buddy, Life Goes on Girl, It Pays to Advertise?

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Dec 9, 2002
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Buddy, Life Goes on Girl, It Pays to Advertise? Dec 9, 2002 “Buddy” interviews the former mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, Vincent ’Buddy’ Cianci about his recent conviction for corruption. “Life Goes on Girl” interviews Nicole Kidman about her new movie and recent break-up with Tom Cruise. “It Pays to Advertise?” examines how the Bush administration is trying to sell the public on a war in Iraq. “Andy Rooney” talks about awards season.

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Season 35, Episode 12 Al Gore, Iraqi Oil, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Negative About Affirmative Action

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Dec 16, 2002
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Al Gore, Iraqi Oil, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Negative About Affirmative Action Dec 16, 2002 “Al Gore” interviews the former vice president about why he is not running in 2004. “Iraqi Oil” examines whether oil is a motivation for going to war in Iraq. “Who Is Catherine Reynolds?” talks the the wealthy philanthropist who tries to refute charges that her donations come with stings attached. “Negative About Affirmative Action” examines a lawsuit against affirmative action at the University of Michigan.

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Season 35, Episode 13 Losing Their Marbles, Bad Medicine, Married Priests

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Dec 23, 2002
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Losing Their Marbles, Bad Medicine, Married Priests Dec 23, 2002 “Losing Their Marbles” looks at how a debate over ancient marble statues is heating up between Britain and Greece. “Bad Medicine” examines how prescription drugs can be tampered with as they travel through middle men on the way to the pharmacy. “Married Priests” rebroadcasts a segment on married Roman Catholic priests. “Andy Rooney” talks about holiday packing.

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Season 35, Episode 14 Nursing Shortage, Brother Rick Curry, Gross National Happiness

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Dec 30, 2002
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Nursing Shortage, Brother Rick Curry, Gross National Happiness Dec 30, 2002 “Nursing Shortage” rebroadcasts a segment on how the United States must recruit nurses from other countries to fill over 120,000 unfilled positions. “Brother Rick Curry” rebroadcasts a segment on a Jesuit brother who runs a workshop for disabled actors. “Gross National Happiness” rebroadcasts a segment on the kingdom of Bhutan which has been regarded as the happiest place on Earth. “Andy Rooney” talks about the changing nature of the doctor-patient relationship.

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Season 35, Episode 15 Fingerprints, Puzzle Master, Stephen Hawking

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Jan 6, 2003
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Fingerprints, Puzzle Master, Stephen Hawking Jan 6, 2003 “Fingerprints” investigates how fingerprint misinterpretation by the police can sometimes lead to wrongful prosecutions. “Puzzle Master” interviews the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle. “Stephen Hawking” interviews the famous physicist and Lou Gehrig’s disease sufferer. “Andy Rooney” talks about whether being unfamiliar with celebrities is a good or bad thing.

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Season 35, Episode 16 Closing the Gap, Sheryl Crow, The Age Wave

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Jan 13, 2003
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Closing the Gap, Sheryl Crow, The Age Wave Jan 13, 2003 “Closing the Gap” interviews Amram Mitzna who is challenging Ariel Sharon for prime minister of Israel. “Sheryl Crow” interviews the famous singer and songwriter. “The Age Wave” interviews elderly people who are still working and do not want to retire.

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Season 35, Episode 17 Four Remarkable Women

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Jan 27, 2003
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Four Remarkable Women Jan 27, 2003 Mike Wallace looks back at some of his favorite interviews. “Barbra Streisand” interviews the famous actress. “Tina Turner” interviews the famous singer. “Shirley” interviews actress Shirley MacLaine. “Candice Bergen/Murphy Brown” profiles the television star.

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Season 35, Episode 18 The Last Frontier, North Korea, The Wrong Man

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Feb 3, 2003
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The Last Frontier, North Korea, The Wrong Man Feb 3, 2003 “The Last Frontier” talks to astronauts and scientists about the explosion of the Space Shuttle Columbia. “North Korea” examines the rarely visited country and witnesses the malnutrition, desperation and deprivation that many people face there. “The Wrong Man” looks at how the FBI wrongly investigated a CIA agent for spying. “Andy Rooney” talks about the recent space shuttle Columbia disaster.

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Season 35, Episode 19 Yankee Go Home!, Montana Power, Find the Gun

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Feb 10, 2003
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Yankee Go Home!, Montana Power, Find the Gun Feb 10, 2003 “Yankee Go Home!” examines why South Koreans view President Bush as more dangerous as North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il. “Montana Power” investigates how a profitable utility was turned into a penny-stock telecom company that is now nearly bankrupt. “Find the Gun” looks at efforts to create a database that can tie spent shells to the guns that fired them. “Andy Rooney” talks about efforts to put advertisements into entertainment shows.

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Season 35, Episode 20 Are We Prepared?, Unhealthy Diagnosis, Michael Moore

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Feb 17, 2003
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Are We Prepared?, Unhealthy Diagnosis, Michael Moore Feb 17, 2003 “Are We Prepared?” examines whether American soldiers have the training and equipment needed to survive a chemical or biological attack. “Unhealthy Diagnosis” examines whether a California hospital performed unnecessary heart surgeries. “Michael Moore” profiles the controversial director. “Andy Rooney” criticizes the French position on Iraq.

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Season 35, Episode 21 Dr. Shahristani, Bering Strait, Top Cop

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Feb 24, 2003
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Dr. Shahristani, Bering Strait, Top Cop Feb 24, 2003 “Dr. Shahristani” interviews a Iraqi nuclear scientist who was tortured for refusing to make a bomb. “Bering Strait” looks at a country music group from Russia. “Top Cop” interviews the new police chief of Los Angeles. “Andy Rooney” talks about space exploration and geothermal power.

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Season 35, Episode 22 Imported from India, Saddam's Money, SUV

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Mar 3, 2003
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Imported from India, Saddam's Money, SUV Mar 3, 2003 “Imported from India” examines how some of the best engineers in the world are coming from the Indian Institute of Technology. “Saddam’s Money” investigates how the Iraqi dictator has managed to conceal billions of dollars in asset. “SUV” examines the American obsessions with large automobiles. “Andy Rooney” talks about clothes worn by fashion models.

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Season 35, Episode 23 Qatar, Keeping a Secret, Medical Emergency

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Mar 10, 2003
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Qatar, Keeping a Secret, Medical Emergency Mar 10, 2003 “Qatar” looks at the Persian Gulf country that is becoming the most progressive in the region. “Keeping a Secret” examines whether children conceived with donated sperm should be allowed to know the identity of their biological fathers. “Clinton & Dole” debate military action in Iraq and Bush’s tax cuts. “Medical Emergency” looks at two generations of doctors and how malpractice insurance rates may effect the prospects of the third. “Andy Rooney” talks about how a pound of coffee is no longer a pound.

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Season 35, Episode 24 French Connection, The Reserves, Anatomy of a Mistake

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Mar 17, 2003
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French Connection, The Reserves, Anatomy of a Mistake Mar 17, 2003 “French Connection” interviews French president Jacques Chirac. “The Reserves” offers a look at some of the people who make up the U.S. military reserves. “Dole & Clinton” debate about the United Nations. “Anatomy of a Mistake” investigates the case of Jesica Santillan who died after being given a transplant of organs with the wrong blood type. “Andy Rooney” talks about how you can disagree with the president without hating him.

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Season 35, Episode 25 War with Iraq, Finding Saddam, Protecting New York

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Mar 24, 2003
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War with Iraq, Finding Saddam, Protecting New York Mar 24, 2003 “War With Iraq” goes to Iraq to take a first hand look at the war there. “Finding Saddam” looks at the difficulty of finding and arresting Saddam Hussein in Iraq. “Protecting New York” interviews the people responsible for keeping New York safe from terrorist attack. “Andy Rooney” talks about how humans have developed better ways to kill each other.

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Season 35, Episode 26 The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Small, Cheap and Deadly, Look Who's Selling

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Mar 31, 2003
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The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Small, Cheap and Deadly, Look Who's Selling Mar 31, 2003 “War Update” offers a report on the status of the war in Iraq. “The Ayatollah Al-Hakim” interviews the spiritual leader of the Shiite Muslim majority in Iraq. “Clinton & Dole” debate post-war reconstruction in Iraq. “Small, Cheap and Deadly” examines concerns over the possible use of shoulder-fired missiles by terrorists in the United States. “Look Who’s Selling” investigates whether Yugoslavia sold military equipment to Iraq. “Andy Rooney” talks about the proliferation of Iraq War coverage.

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Season 35, Episode 27 The View from Jordan, Dr. Chalabi Goes to Iraq, Guilty Until Proven, Rebuilding Iraq

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Apr 6, 2003
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The View from Jordan, Dr. Chalabi Goes to Iraq, Guilty Until Proven, Rebuilding Iraq Apr 6, 2003 “The View from Jordan” examines why Jordan does not support the war on Iraq despite the fact that it opposes Saddam Hussein. “Dr. Chalabi Goes to Iraq” talks to the exiled head of Iraqi political opposition who argues that Iraqis must be in charge of the post-war government in Iraq. “Dole & Clinton” debate the military’s plan for Iraq. “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” looks at the plight of people detained as terrorists in the wake of 9/11. “Rebuilding Iraq” looks at the challenge of rebuilding Iraqi infrastructure. “Andy Rooney” talks about how the war is sold on ...

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Season 35, Episode 28 The Information War, Annika Sorenstam, The Country Next Door

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Apr 13, 2003
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The Information War, Annika Sorenstam, The Country Next Door Apr 13, 2003 “The Information War” looks at U.S. efforts to fight against terrorism with propaganda. “Annika Sorenstam” interviews the top female golfer in the room about how she will play against men in a PGA event. “Clinton & Dole” discuss the UN and Iraq. “The Country Next Door” examines the potentially dangerous country of Iran.

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Season 35, Episode 29 Hezbollah, The Royal Treatment, Con Man

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Apr 20, 2003
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Hezbollah, The Royal Treatment, Con Man Apr 20, 2003 “Hezbollah” looks at the militant Islamic group operating out of Lebanon that may be more dangerous than Al Qaeda. “The Royal Treatment” rebroadcasts a segment on a company that is incredibly generous to its workers. “Clinton & Dole” talk about North Korea. “Con Man” interviews a French con man who tricked people into believing he was a Rockefeller. “Andy Rooney” talks about lighting.

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Season 35, Episode 30 All in the Family, The Impossible Dream?, What About Syria?

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Apr 27, 2003
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All in the Family, The Impossible Dream?, What About Syria? Apr 27, 2003 “All in the Family” examines how the federal government is awarding contracts to rebuild Iraq. “The Impossible Dream?” looks at efforts to remake New York City’s failing school system. “What About Syria?” examines whether Syria should be the focus of U.S. anti-terrorism efforts. “Andy Rooney” talks about mixing flavors.

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Season 35, Episode 31 Rebuilding Afghanistan?, Send in the Spies, Terrorist Hunter

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May 4, 2003
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Rebuilding Afghanistan?, Send in the Spies, Terrorist Hunter May 4, 2003 “Rebuilding Afghanistan?” looks at how the United States is letting Afghan warlords rule over parts of the country. “Send in the Spies” talks to a journalist who was harassed by a former CIA director for writing a bad story about a circus. “Clinton & Dole” talk about reality television. “Terrorist Hunter” interviews a woman who claims to investigate terrorists on the Internet. “Andy Rooney” talks about fashion for men.

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Season 35, Episode 32 Firing Back, Lies, Weapons of Mass Destruction

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May 11, 2003
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Firing Back, Lies, Weapons of Mass Destruction May 11, 2003 “Firing Back’ talks to a gun industry whistle-blower who says that gun manufacturers should do more to keep their products out of the hands of criminals. ”Lies“ interviews former New Republic journalist Stephen Glass who was fired after faking several articles for the magazine. ”Clinton & Dole“ talk about crime in the United States. ”Weapons of Mass Destruction“ investigates the danger posed by germs from old Soviet Union’s biological weapons laboratories. ”Andy Rooney″ talks about junk email.

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Season 35, Episode 33 35 Years and 60 Minutes

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May 18, 2003
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35 Years and 60 Minutes May 18, 2003 60 Minutes celebrates its 35th Anniversary. It looks back at stories featuring con artists, celebrities, musicians, and world leaders. It also revisits some of the tough interviews, remarkable places visited, and bloopers from the shows history. “Andy Rooney” looks back at some of his commentaries.

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Season 35, Episode 34 The Sheriff of Wall Street, Boys, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber

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May 25, 2003
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The Sheriff of Wall Street, Boys, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber May 25, 2003 “The Sheriff of Wall Street” rebroadcasts a profile of New York State attorney general Eliot Spitzer who is cracking down on Wall Street. “Boys” rebroadcasts a segment on how boys are falling behind girls at at all levels of education. “The Mind of a Suicide Bomber” rebroadcasts a segment that on the psychology of suicide bombers. “Andy Rooney” talks about how it is hard to open certain products.

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Season 35, Episode 35 Hubble, The Rocket, Shadow of Shame

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Jun 1, 2003
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Hubble, The Rocket, Shadow of Shame Jun 1, 2003 “Hubble” rebroadcasts a look at the Hubble space telescope and its historic discoveries. “The Rocket” rebroadcasts a segment on New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens. “Shadow of Shame” looks at how Holocaust guilt lingers in Germany decades after the end of World War II. “Andy Rooney” talks about tourism.

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Season 35, Episode 36 Zion's Christian Soldiers, Martha Stewart, Making Their Case

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Jun 8, 2003
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Zion's Christian Soldiers, Martha Stewart, Making Their Case Jun 8, 2003 “Zion’s Christian Soldiers” rebroadcasts a segment on how Israel has strong support from the Christian Right. “Martha Stewart” rebroadcasts a profile of the television hostess who is now facing securities fraud. “Clinton & Dole” debate presidential term limits. “Making Their Case” looks at how some high school debate teams are helping inner-city students perform better in school. “Andy Rooney” talks about candy bars.

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Season 35, Episode 37 Harry Potter, Going Home, Diego Garcia

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Jun 15, 2003
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Harry Potter, Going Home, Diego Garcia Jun 15, 2003 “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of author J.K. Rowling. “Going Home” rebroadcasts a segment on how African Americans in the north are re-migrating to what was once the segregated south. “Clinton & Dole” debate Americorp and volunteering. “Diego Garcia” looks at how 2,000 people displaced from an Indian Ocean atoll are not allowed to return due to a secret U.S. military base. “Andy Rooney” talks about boxes.

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Season 35, Episode 38 Medical Malpractice, Imported from India, Pork Power

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Jun 22, 2003
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Medical Malpractice, Imported from India, Pork Power Jun 22, 2003 “Medical Malpractice” examines the contentious issue of wrongful-birth lawsuits where doctors are sued for malpractice because they did not foretell a child’s birth defects. “Imported from India” rebroadcasts a segment on how some of the best engineers are coming from the Indian Institute of Technology. “Pork Power” looks at environmental and health complaints made against hog formers in North Carolina. “Andy Rooney” talks about fashion.

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Season 35, Episode 39 Title IX, Billy Crystal, Armed and Dangerous

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Jun 29, 2003
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Title IX, Billy Crystal, Armed and Dangerous Jun 29, 2003 “Title IX” rebroadcasts a segment on how male athletes are suing due to the anti-discrimination law for college sports. “Billy Crystal” rebroadcasts a profile and interview with the comedian. “Armed and Dangerous” rebroadcasts a segment on whether someone who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun. “Andy Rooney” talks about cotton in pill bottles.

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Season 35, Episode 40 Kidnapped, Puzzle Master, Malden Mills

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Jul 6, 2003
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Kidnapped, Puzzle Master, Malden Mills Jul 6, 2003 “Kidnapped” rebroadcasts a segment on woman whose children were kidnapped and taken to Saudi Arabia by their fathers. “Puzzle Master” rebroadcasts an interview with the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle. “Malden Mills” rebroadcasts a segment on a textile mill owner that continued to pay his employees after his mill was destroyed by fire. “Andy Rooney” talks about coffee.

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Season 35, Episode 41 Keeping a Secret, SUV, Lost in Translation

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Jul 13, 2003
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Keeping a Secret, SUV, Lost in Translation Jul 13, 2003 “Keeping a Secret” rebroadcasts a segment on whether children conceived with donated sperm should be allowed to know the identity of their biological fathers. “SUV” rebroadcasts a segment on the American obsessions with large automobiles. “Lost in Translation” rebroadcasts an interview with a FBI whistle-blower who claims that crucial information about terrorism was deliberately not translated in the weeks after 9/11. “Andy Rooney” talks about mixing food.

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Season 35, Episode 42 Sheryl Crow, North Korea, Fingerprints

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Jul 20, 2003
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Sheryl Crow, North Korea, Fingerprints Jul 20, 2003 “Sheryl Crow” rebroadcasts an interview with the famous singer and songwriter. “North Korea” rebroadcasts a segment on the rarely visited country and witnesses the malnutrition, desperation and deprivation that many people face there. “Fingerprints” rebroadcasts an investigation of how fingerprint misinterpretation by the police can sometimes lead to wrongful prosecutions. “Andy Rooney” talks about bathtubs.

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Season 35, Episode 43 Unhealthy Diagnosis, Bering Strait, Michael Moore

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Jul 27, 2003
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Unhealthy Diagnosis, Bering Strait, Michael Moore Jul 27, 2003 “Unhealthy Diagnosis” rebroadcasts an investigation into whether a California hospital performed unnecessary heart surgeries. “Bering Strait” rebroadcasts a look at a country music group from Russia. “Michael Moore” rebroadcasts a profile of the controversial director. “Andy Rooney” talks about his portable computer.

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Season 35, Episode 44 On the Waterfront, Qatar, Was It Done with Mirrors?

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Aug 3, 2003
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On the Waterfront, Qatar, Was It Done with Mirrors? Aug 3, 2003 “On the Waterfront” rebroadcasts a segment on how American seaports are vulnerable to terrorism due to the massive amount of cargo passing through U.S. customs. “Qatar” rebroadcasts a look at the Persian Gulf country that is becoming the most progressive in the region. “Was It Done with Mirrors?” rebroadcasts a segment on an theory that claims that centuries old works of art were produced with the use of projection devices. “Andy Rooney” talks about junk e-mail.

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Season 35, Episode 45 The Age Wave, Montana Power, Addicted to Orchids

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Aug 10, 2003
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The Age Wave, Montana Power, Addicted to Orchids Aug 10, 2003 “The Age Wave” rebroadcasts a segment on elderly people who are still working and do not want to retire. “Montana Power” rebroadcasts an investigation into how a profitable utility was turned into a penny-stock telecom company that is now nearly bankrupt. “Addicted to Orchids” rebroadcasts a segment on the $9 billion-a-year orchid growing industry. “Andy Rooney” talks about fashion for men. Finally, Steve Kroft memorializes producer Trevor Nelson.

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Season 35, Episode 46 Small, Cheap and Deadly, Lies, The Biological Clock

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Aug 17, 2003
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Small, Cheap and Deadly, Lies, The Biological Clock Aug 17, 2003 “Small, Cheap and Deadly” rebroadcasts a segment on the possible use of shoulder-fired missiles by terrorists in the United States. “Lies” rebroadcasts an interview with former New Republic journalist Stephen Glass. “The Biological Clock” rebroadcasts a segment on women who want both a career and children but still need to pay attention to their biological clock.

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Season 35, Episode 47 The Wrong Man, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Guilty Until Proven

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Aug 24, 2003
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The Wrong Man, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Guilty Until Proven Aug 24, 2003 “The Wrong Man” rebroadcasts a segment on how the FBI wrongly investigated a CIA agent for spying. “Who Is Catherine Reynolds?” rebroadcasts a profile of a wealthy philanthropist who tries to refute charges that her donations come with stings attached. “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” rebroadcasts a look at the plight of people detained as terrorists in the wake of 9/11. “Andy Rooney” talks about throwing things away.

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Season 35, Episode 48 The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Toxic Town, The Coach

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Aug 31, 2003
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The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Toxic Town, The Coach Aug 31, 2003 “The Ayatollah Al-Hakim” rebroadcasts an interview with the spiritual leader of the Shiite Muslim majority in Iraq. “Toxic Town” rebroadcasts a segment on Anniston, Alabama, one of the most toxic towns in America. “The Coach” rebroadcasts a profile of NFL coach Bill Parcells. “Andy Rooney” talks about libraries.

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Season 35, Episode 49 North of the Border, Any Given Sunday, Anatomy of a Mistake

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Sep 7, 2003
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North of the Border, Any Given Sunday, Anatomy of a Mistake Sep 7, 2003 “North of the Border” rebroadcasts a segment on how there are at least 50 terrorist groups, Al Qaeda among them, operating in Canada. “Any Given Sunday” rebroadcasts a segment on off-shore Internet sports gambling. “Anatomy of a Mistake” rebroadcasts a segment on Jesica Santillan who died after being given a transplant of organs with the wrong blood type. “Andy Rooney” talks about the ten commandments.

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Season 35, Episode 50 Johnny Cash, Change of Heart, Sir David Attenborough

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Sep 14, 2003
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Johnny Cash, Change of Heart, Sir David Attenborough Sep 14, 2003 “Johnny Cash” rebroadcasts a profile of musician Johnny Cash. “Change of Heart” rebroadcasts a segment on how prisoners are provided health care by the state. “Sir David Attenborough” rebroadcasts an interview with the famous documentary director. “Andy Rooney” talks about gifts he has received.

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Season 35, Episode 51 All in the Family, Cooking with Gas, The Terrorist's Lawyer

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Sep 21, 2003
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All in the Family, Cooking with Gas, The Terrorist's Lawyer Sep 21, 2003 “All in the Family” examines how the federal government is awarding contracts to rebuild Iraq. “Cooking with Gas” examines efforts to create a natural gas pipeline from Alaska. “The Terrorist’s Lawyer” rebroadcasts a profile of a lawyer who is representing a man who was convicted of plotting to bomb New York landmarks. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Bronx Zoo.

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