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BrainDead. : Season 1 (2016, original release: 2016)


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Published: New York, NY : CBS, [2016]
Description:  4 videodiscs (9 hr., 21 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9786316692931,
Language:  English

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Originally broadcast as individual episodes of the television program in 2016


Special features: Trickle-down invasion: the story of BrainDead; Strange bedfellows: the characters of BrainDead; The third party: the politics of BrainDead; Gag reel

Tony Shalhoub, Aaron Tveit, Danny Pino, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

When struggling documentary filmmaker Laurel Healy takes a job working with her brother, Senator Luke Healy, she soon discovers there's more to Washington than meets the eye. As tensions grow amongst political parties, so does a conspiracy involving alien bugs replacing the brains of several members of congress. The investigation unfolds while the infection spreads. Whatever's happening, it's clear this isn't politics as usual

Rating: Not rated


English subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing

Disc 1. The insanity principle ; Playing politics ; Goring oxes ; Wake up grassroots -- Disc 2. Back to work ; Notes toward a post-Reagan theory of party alliance, tribalism, and loyalty ; The power of euphemism -- Disc 3. The path to war, part one ; Taking on water ; The path to war, part two -- Disc 4. Six points on the new congressional budget ; Talking points toward a wholistic view of activism in government ; The end of all we hold dear Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
Shalhoub, Tony, 1953- actor
Tveit, Aaron, actor
Pino, Danny, 1974- actor
Winstead, Mary Elizabeth, actor
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.,

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