Real Time with Bill Maher show from HBO [url]http://www.hbo.com/billmaher[/url]
Season 4 - Episodes 13- 24 - dating from August 25 - November 17, 2006.
According to Wikipedia and HBO these are episodes 79-90 from the show. There has been some confusion regarding season numbering, etc. I'm sticking with Wikipedia and HBO's system, although the scenes are constantly changing their numbering.
Some other RTWBM torrents by me:
For anyone who's interested in other seasons of RTWBM, here are some of my other torrents:
1st half of Season 4 (this same season with the episodes right before these):
Demonoid : [url]http://www.demonoid.com/files/details/344734/2854808/[/url]
1st Half of Season 5:
Look for my more torrents by me [Jackassed] as I try to keep up with collections of this marvelous piece of work. Until then, enjoy!
...and please help me help you help somebody else out and keep Brotha Bill's excellent work alive out there! SEED!
Season 4: 2006 FORMAT: Episode no., Air date, Guests -/- Topics
79 August 25, 2006 filmmaker Spike Lee, music legend Elvis Costello, blogger Markos Moulitsas Z?niga, fmr. Sen. Max Cleland, author/scholar Vali Nasr, and columnist Christopher Hitchens -/- Katrina, war on terror
80 September 1, 2006 magician Penn Jillette, Rep. Darrell Issa, scholar Mary Frances Berry; via satellite, intellectual Fouad Ajami and actor Harry Anderson -/- Katrina, poverty, church and state, Lebanon
81 September 8, 2006 author P. J. O'Rourke, Salon.com editor Joan Walsh, singer Rob Thomas; via satellite, former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and NBC News correspondent David Gregory -/- 9/11 anniversary
82 September 15, 2006 feminist icon Gloria Steinem, homeland security expert Clark Ervin, actor Michael McKean; via satellite, Pat Buchanan and CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour / Immigration, torture by military, Muslim extremists, airport security, hunt for Osama bin Laden, free speech in media
83 September 22, 2006 Actor Bradley Whitford, Fox News contributor Sandy Rios, author Reza Aslan; via satellite, New York Times columnist Frank Rich and filmmaker C.C. Goldwater -/- Iraq War, anti-American dictators, torture legislation, religion
84 October 6, 2006 From Washington, D.C.: Sens. John Kerry and Lincoln Chafee; Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, counter-terrorism expert Richard Clarke, comedian/actor Robin Williams, journalist Chris Matthews -/- Mark Foley scandal, 2004 and 2006 elections, Iraq War, international relations
85 October 13, 2006 Journalist Lou Dobbs, Danielle Pletka of the American Enterprise Institute, actor Ben Affleck; via satellite, fmr. Sen. John Danforth and Richard Branson of Virgin Group -/- North Korean nuclear test, civilian casualties in Iraq, global warming, immigration and culture wars
86 October 20, 2006 Gov. Bill Richardson, Rep. Barney Frank, actor Jason Alexander, Stephen Moore of The Wall Street Journal; via satellite, author David Kuo -/- North Korea policy, Congressional scandals, gay marriage, Military Commissions Act
87 October 27, 2006 Journalist Andrew Sullivan, politician Christine Todd Whitman, singer Harry Belafonte; via satellite, Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. and Arianna Huffington -/- Campaign tactics, gay marriage, toxic chemicals, character of politicians
88 November 3, 2006 Actor Alec Baldwin, Rep. Jack Kingston, The Hill associate editor A.B. Stoddard; via satellite, filmmaker Robert Greenwald and comedienne Roseanne Barr -/- Cost of Iraq War, Republican fiscal policy, John Kerry remark controversy, energy alternatives, teaching of abstinence, political advertisements
89 November 10, 2006 CNN's Candy Crowley, actor Rainn Wilson, author Salman Rushdie; via satellite, Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Jeff Flake -/- 2006 elections, plan for Iraq, Congressional earmarks, resignation of Donald Rumsfeld
90 November 17, 2006 Guitarist Tom Morello of Audioslave, journalist Dana Priest, actor Richard Dreyfuss; via satellite, journalist Dan Rather and television's Norman Lear -/- Journalistic roles/ethics, strategy for Iraq, incoming Democratic Congress, O.J. Simpson book, future of democracy
A brief synopsis of the show taken from Wikipedia: [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_Time_with_Bill_Maher[/url]
Real Time with Bill Maher is a talk show that airs weekly on HBO, hosted by comedian and political satirist Bill Maher. Much like his previous show, Politically Incorrect on ABC (and before that, on Comedy Central), Real Time features a panel of guests that discuss current events in politics and the media. Unlike the previous show, guests are usually more well-versed in the subject matter, and there are fewer actors and random celebrities included in the panel. Additionally, many guests appear via satellite.
It is an hour-long program with a studio audience, airing live on Friday nights at 11:00 p.m.(ET). It originates from Studio 33 ("The Bob Barker Studio") at CBS Television City in Los Angeles. Approximately 12 new weekly episodes air in the spring (February to early May), and another season, similar in length, takes place in the fall (late August to November). Because of the live, current-events nature of the show, HBO does not re-air old episodes between seasons, though occasionally a repeat will be shown when the program takes a week off during the season.