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Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura Opening credits showing title sequence Format Documentary, Reality Starring Jesse Ventura Alex Piper June Sarpong Michael Braveman Daniel Kucan (season 2) Country of origin United States No. of seasons 2 No. of episodes 15 (as of Dec 17, 2010) Production Executive producer(s) Jesse Ventura Arthur Smith Kent Weed Frank Sinton Michael Braveman Running time apx. 45 min (excluding commercials) Broadcast Original channel truTV Original run December 2, 2009 – present External links Website Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura is an American television series hosted by Jesse Ventura and broadcast on truTV (a US cable television channel formerly known as Court TV). It premiered on December 2, 2009, and is produced by A. Smith & Co. Productions. A second season premiered on October 15, 2010.[1] Contents 1 Format 2 Ratings and reviews 3 Controversy 4 List of episodes 4.1 Season one (2009–10) 4.2 Season two (2010) 5 References 6 External links // Format Former Navy UDT, professional wrestler, actor and Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, teams up with a group of investigators consisting of skeptic Alex Piper, reporter June Sarpong and investigator Michael Braveman, and examines various conspiracy allegations involving numerous controversial subjects such as global warming, the 9/11 attacks, secret societies, government surveillance and secret weapons projects. In season two, Alex Piper is replaced by investigator Daniel Kucan in a few episodes. Ratings and reviews The premiere episode was watched by 1.635 million viewers, TruTV's biggest audience for a new series launch.[2] The next two episodes were watched by 1.586 million[3] and 1.301 million[4] viewers. Over the first three episodes the series averaged 1.5 million viewers, up 60% from the same time slot a year prior.[5] During the month of January the show averaged 1.6 million viewers helping truTV deliver its biggest month ever in primetime.[6] Reviews by critics included Linda Stasi of New York Post who called the show; "Mindless, good fun and a hoot to watch aging action stars still taking action"; and Robert Lloyd of The Los Angeles Times who wrote, "Whatever truth is out there, it's filtered here through what is arranged more as an adventure series than a documentary."[7] Controversy Shortly after the season two episode "Police State" aired, Tennessee representative Steve Cohen called for the removal of this program from truTV's lineup. He called the episode "outrageous distortion and an outright lie," as well as "dangerous and irresponsible." He stated "when the media purposely distort the facts to create confusion and mislead people, they must be held accountable. Unless we actively debunk false and misleading reports, we risk leaving the public with a dangerously skewed vision of this country." Cohen said he was "shocked and appalled" that Time Warner would air a program "so full of inaccuracies and irresponsible distortions." [8] The "Police State" episode surmises that various prison-like facilities built around the country will be used during martial law for the internment of citizens who are deemed a threat to national security. However, officials have stated the facilities are emergency FEMA camps for the housing of civilians displaced by hurricanes or other natural disasters.[9] Another allegation that focused around a private facility outside Covington, Georgia, was the stockpiling of thousands of plastic bins alleged to be used for mass burials. The company that runs it is Vantage Products, the country's largest manufacturer of burial liners, and the facility is their storage site.[10] In a response to the criticism, Misty Skedgell, a Turner spokesperson, described Conspiracy Theory as an "entertainment program that appears on an entertainment network."[11] List of episodes Season one (2009–10) Episode Title Original airdate 101 (1) "HAARP" December 2, 2009 (2009-12-02) Ventura visits HAARP (the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) in Gakona, Alaska to uncover the truth behind rumors that it is being used as a weather modification weapon, an instrument for mind control, or both.  102 (2) "9/11" December 9, 2009 (2009-12-09) Ventura investigates the rumors of a possible cover-up of the black box recordings from the airliners involved in the September 11 attacks which could contain evidence that 9/11 may have been an inside job.  103 (3) "Global Warming" December 16, 2009 (2009-12-16) Ventura looks at some of the purported evidence that man-made global warming is an elitist scam, and the money trail leads him to the doorstep of an elusive billionaire and a former UN adviser residing in Shanghai.  104 (4) "Big Brother" December 23, 2009 (2009-12-23) Ventura looks into theories about how far the U.S. Government has gone, in the name of national security, to keep an eye on its citizens–including contracting private companies to spy on people and giving special incentives to InfraGard members who report suspicious activity.  105 (5) "Secret Societies" December 30, 2009 (2009-12-30) Ventura infiltrates the Bilderberg Group–a very secretive, annual meeting of elitists who gather in luxury hotels, under heavy security, and supposedly plan the strategies for world domination.  106 (6) "Manchurian Candidate" January 6, 2010 (2010-01-06) Ventura investigates rumors that the CIA has restarted the project to turn ordinary citizens into programmed assassins, and meets a man who claims to be a real-life Manchurian Candidate.  107 (7) "Apocalypse 2012" January 13, 2010 (2010-01-13) Some believe the world is heading for disaster in 2012 and Ventura looks into rumors that the U.S. Government has a doomsday plan for saving the elite while leaving the rest of us to fend for ourselves. Ventura also checks out the Denver International Airport where mysterious artwork displayed throughout seems to depict a "road map" of plans for the Apocalypse.  Season two (2010) Note: Season two is currently airing and the information below is subject to change. Episode Title Original airdate 201 (8) "Plum Island" October 15, 2010 (2010-10-15) Ventura investigates the secretive Plum Island Animal Disease Center located off the coast of Long Island, New York, which has been suspected as being a bio-weapons research center responsible for the release of Lyme disease and other deadly viruses. He also learns that the facility is to be moved to Kansas, into the heart of cattle country, which could spell disaster if a dangerous contaminant was released into the nation's food supply.  202 (9) "Area 51" October 29, 2010 (2010-10-29) Ventura treks into the Nevada desert to monitor the activity of Area 51, the most secretive military complex in the country and believed by many in the UFO community to be reverse engineering alien technology. He also interviews two Area 51 watchdogs who claim they were targeted by the Joint Terrorism Task Force.  203 (10) "Wall Street" November 5, 2010 (2010-11-05) Ventura interviews Goldman Sachs whistleblowers and infiltrates a group of Wall Street elitists to find out what caused the financial meltdown, and to see who has the power to manipulate the stock market and the prices of oil, and precious metals.  204 (11) "Police State" November 12, 2010 (2010-11-12) Ventura is joined by conspiracy-talk radio host Alex Jones and looks into the plans and procedures in place by the government for declaring martial law. They investigate new law enforcement "fusion centers" that may be in control of rumored internment camps for rounding up U.S. citizens who are deemed a threat to national security. Note: This episode was removed for a time from the second season episode list on TruTV.com after alleged controversy.[12]  205 (12) "JFK Assassination" November 19, 2010 (2010-11-19) Ventura reviews a set of supposedly classified CIA documents that connect the John F. Kennedy assassination to the Watergate scandal that brought down Richard Nixon, and possible involvement by other U.S. presidents such as Gerald Ford and Lyndon B. Johnson. He interviews Lee Harvey Oswald's widow Marina Oswald Porter to gain more insight into the theory that Oswald was a CIA operative who had been framed by his handlers.  206 (13) "Great Lakes" December 3, 2010 (2010-12-03) Ventura looks into the prospects of "Blue Gold" and why corporations and the super-rich are buying up water rights around the world in what could be a plan in controlling nations and their masses. He looks into evidence that these tactics are going on in North America in what could be a literal theft of the Great Lakes.  207 (14) "The Gulf Oil Spill" December 10, 2010 (2010-12-10) Ventura looks into rumors that the Deepwater Horizon oil spill was a staged event by companies like BP and Halliburton to reap profits from the cleanup, as well as administer toxic agents into the Gulf coast waters as part of a larger depopulation program, inspired by the Hurricane Katrina disaster, to modify the world's ocean currents and weather, and to target the Louisiana coastline to gain complete control of its oil reserves.  208 (15) "Pentagon" December 17, 2010 (2010-12-17) Ventura investigates the theory that a missile, and not a hijacked airliner, hit The Pentagon during the September 11 attacks. Questioned are issues such as the lack of surveillance video released by the FBI; debris and damage inconsistent with a jetliner crash; the extreme difficulty of crashing a jetliner at high speed into a specific ground target by an amateur pilot, and links to a possible cover-up of $2.3 trillion of unaccounted taxpayer money announced by then Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, just a day before the attacks.  References ^ "The Future of Jesse Ventura's truTV Series and More". PWInsider.com. http://pwinsider.com/article/45863/the-future-of-jesse-venturas-trutv-series-and-more.html?p=1. Retrieved 2010-04-12.  ^ "Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura Delivers 1.6 Million Viewers, truTV's Biggest Audience Ever for a New Series Launch — TV Ratings, Nielsen Ratings, Television Show Ratings". TVbytheNumbers.com. 2009-12-03. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/12/03/conspiracy-theory-with-jesse-ventura-delivers-1-6-million-viewers-trutv%E2%80%99s-biggest-audience-ever-for-a-new-series-launch/35201. Retrieved 2010-04-12.  ^ "Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura Holds Steady At 1.635 Million Viewers". TVbytheNumbers.com. 2009-12-15. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/12/15/conspiracy-theory-with-jesse-ventura-holds-steady-at-1-6-million-viewers/36236. Retrieved 2010-08-11.  ^ "Sanctuary Ratings For December 11 & 18: There Is No Conspiracy!". TVbytheNumbers.com. 2009-12-22. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/12/22/sanctuary-ratings-december-11-18-there-is-no-conspiracy/37081. Retrieved 2010-08-11.  ^ "New Original Series Help Lead truTV to Biggest Year Ever in Ratings". TVbytheNumbers.com. 2009-12-21. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2009/12/21/new-original-series-help-lead-trutv-to-biggest-year-ever-in-ratings/36867. Retrieved 2010-08-11.  ^ "truTV Scores Biggest Month Ever in January". TVbytheNumbers.com. 2010-02-02. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2010/02/02/trutv-scores-biggest-month-ever-in-january/40881. Retrieved 2010-08-11.  ^ "Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura reviews at". Metacritic.com. 2009-12-02. http://www.metacritic.com/tv/shows/conspiracytheorywithjesseventura. Retrieved 2010-04-12.  ^ Lawmaker: Jesse Ventura's show on U.S. concentration camps 'outrageous' ^ FEMA Camps: Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory Debunked ^ Popular mechanics: Debunking FEMA Camp Myths ^ "Rep. Steve Cohen goes to mat with Jesse Ventura over Conspiracy Theory". Commercialappeal.com. 2010-12-07. http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2010/dec/07/rep-steve-cohen-blasts-jesse-ventura-tv-show-about/. Retrieved 2010-12-09.  ^ http://www.trutv.com/shows/conspiracy_theory/episodes/index.html Second Season episode list (accessed: 2010-12-14). External links Official website for Conspiracy Theory at TruTV.com Jesse Ventura on Global Warming: A Secret Plot to Take Over the World? Chattahbox.com article "Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura: Complete Season One Reviews" by Alan Kurtz (Blogcritics)