Anyone catch it? I find it funny they came out with the episode just a couple weeks after the Karate Kid remake. I am going to do a copy/pasta of a post I made over at another website. For those that don't know, Penn and Teller did a 30 minute episode on Showtime last night insulting martial arts. They did a segment on a McDojo school, a Taiji teacher who seemed like she has been smoking the chi, a "reality" fighting teacher who shoved a knife into the head of one of the Bob dolls and began to elbow it, and talked to Marc MacYoung. Now for the copy/pasta. Alright, so I watched the show. Being someone who has never seen the show, I don't understand completely what they "do" with it, etc. Here is my perspective: It sucked. It was terrible, absolutely terrible. It was obvious they went out and found probably the most insane Taiji practitioner in the world, and tried to summarize all of it as that. The Karate segment, while bias, from experience, tends to be what a lot of Karate schools that I have experienced. Now, I am sure there are some excellent traditional Karate schools out there in the U.S. and even possibly inside a shopping center. I've seen MMA gyms in shopping centers that produced good amateur fighters. The "reality" guy was just plain scary, and I've never seen such a guy personally. The fact they completely ignored the MMA aspect just showed they had a bias to it. Hell, even ignoring traditional Judo schools was obvious. I can think of a traditional Judo school in my area they could have visited, a McDojo, an MMA gym, and a Taiji place that would have been good. This just goes to show that we all realize they are just geniuses. They know exactly how to find the complete worst people out there and get them on cable.