More Fakes on TV

We probably haven't watched PBS since the last time we tuned in for Sesame Street, but we think we might have to forgo TiVo'ed Gossip Girl episodes fo
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We probably haven't watched PBS since the last time we tuned in for Sesame Street, but we think we might have to forgo TiVo'ed Gossip Girl episodes fo
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We probably haven't watched PBS since the last time we tuned in for Sesame Street, but we think we might have to forgo TiVo'ed Gossip Girl episodes for a little educational broadcasting tonight. Illicit: The Dark Trade, a National Geographic Special, airs at 8pm EST, and we're too curious to not see how deep into the world of fake bags it'll go. The documentary is based on the 2005 best seller Illicit, by Foreign Policy Editor-in-Chief Dr. Moisés Na√≠m, who thinks that the economy surrounding fake goods could be more dangerous than terrorism - definitely comes off as an overstatement, but maybe we'll understand after we see it tonight. And if it sounds like enough of you tune in, too, maybe we'll even have a little class discussion in Community tomorrow. For now, we just think it's too bad it couldn't premiere in tandem with the Murakami exhibit.