Tuesday, September 23, 2003
Did you notice this week's episode of K Street (originally aired September 21) is all about the P2P wars? "The firm prepares to pitch their services to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)." Starring, among others, Senator Orrin Hatch, Rep. Mary Bono, and Branford Marsalis as themselves. By the end of the show, James Carville thinks he has hit on the "money" solution to improving the music industry's image. (It has to do with parking tickets.)
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