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The Warren Jeffs press tour.

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Eight TV appearances by Fundamentalist LDS Church leader and FBI fugitive Warren Jeffs more recent than a 1993 videotape leaked to the media:

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8. ABC 4’s Good Things Utah, in a cooking segment titled “Dinner and Quality Family-Time Tips for the Husband on the Go.nn

7. The TV Guide Channel, discussing HBO’s Big Love: “Only three wives? What-ever!nn

6. CNN’s Larry King Live, though a confused King thought Jeffs was Jared the Subway Guy.

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5. The View, in a segment called “How to Tell Your Fiancé He’s Been Damned to Hell by the Prophet and It’s Just Not Going to Work Out.nn

4. Bow-hunting with Ted Nugent on the Outdoor Life Network.

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3. On location with Fox 13’s Big Budah at Chuck-a-Rama, talking about the latest American Idol contestant voted off.

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2. The Lifetime movie of the week: Plural Wives, Shattered Lives (with Tori Spelling).

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1. Celebrity cast member on the next installment of VH1’s Surreal Life, with Kiss’ Gene Simmons and the 1999 U.S. Women’s Soccer Team.

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