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Do Not, Under Any Circumstances, Forget to Watch 30 Days Tomorrow

Written by PETA | June 16, 2008

If you have plans that don’t involve watching 30 Days, first of all, how dare you? I told you it was going to be on. And second of all, you should immediately cancel them. ‘Cuz the show’s going to be really interesting, and it has my friend Melissa in it. And a very funny hunter dude named George.

For those of you who were already planning to watch the show, well, I’m glad that some people are listening to me. You guys get a gold star. To recap:


1.) Cancel plans2.) Watch 30 Days on FX at 10:00pm on June 17 3.) Give self gold star.

Cool?
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–ChristinePosted by Christine Dore

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  • Kathryn says:

    I watched this last night. And then I watched it again. I am really impressed by the patience and kindness that was shown George. I don’t know if I could have been as reasonable. I was enormously touched and moved by the change in his attitude as a result of being exposed to the truth about animal abuses. But there really is no human interaction or words that could have made the kind of impact that Sugar the calf made on him. I wish every meateater could have the same experience. It was monumental.

  • Ben Folker says:

    The information on this show is either false of old. To pass subjective views onto millions of viewers is wrong. FX should be ashamed of putting this show on the air without the correct information. The show should have picked a bettersmarter person with more knowledge about the ag industry in order to rebut the animal rights activists.

  • Susan says:

    Just watched it good show! I really appreciate George’s willingness to take a step out of his comfort zone and try out a new perspective. Of course I knew he wouldn’t give up hunting but I kind of see hunting as the ‘lesser of the evils’ done to animals. At least those animals have had a chance at a natural life so I don’t find it as offensive as factory farming.of course I deplore trophy hunting! Nonetheless it was a good show and provided an opportunity to convey information to people who normally wouldn’t have had an awareness about some of the daily cruelty done to animals. Nice work to everyone involved!!

  • Allison Liu says:

    I loved loved loved this show!!! I am so glad George reformed even a little and I am glad he understands where ara are coming from. Thank you to Morgan Spurlock! FINALLY our message is getting out there! I ofcourse also had to watch the show cause my cousin was in it. one of the burberry protesters Good job girls keep up the good work!

  • Jessica says:

    Just so everyone knows this video will be available on the 25th on hulu.com I do not have cable but you can watch hulu for free.

  • liliana says:

    WHAT CHANNEL IS GOING TO SHOW THIS?

  • Jennifer says:

    I am so thankful that this is going to be on for all the world to see. And hopefully spread some compassion .

  • Judith, Freedom Fighter for Animals says:

    There’s nothing funny about a hunter.

  • Aneliese says:

    I live in Canada how can I watch this???

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