Ike Sriskandarajah

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We take to the streets with Mal Sharpe, a man who was among the first wave of fake newsmen, paving the way from everyone from Borat to Colbert.

Episode 25: The Last Man on the Street

We take to the streets with Mal Sharpe, a man who was among the first wave of fake newsmen, paving the way from everyone from Borat to Colbert.

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