Moyers on America -- PBS - Wednesday, October 4, 2006 - 9:00 p.m. (EDT)
When Bill Moyers is on, you need to be ready to listen. No, you need to be ready to LISTEN. Moyers violates all the contemporary rules in his specials. They aren't glitzy. And not only is HE not glitzy, he's not particularly energetic either. Instead, Moyers is thoughtful, deliberate and - the usual word attributed to him - cerebral. In this mini-series of three parts, the former press secretary to President Lyndon Johnson looks at crime, God and the Internet. It's not guns, gays and God, but everybody knows he's a liberal, so who's surprised? In this first installment, Moyers looks at political corruption through the Jack Abramoff scandal, Congressional ethics, lobbyists and attempts to fix what's broken.