Does Anybody Have a Problem with That?:: Politically Incorrect's Greatest Hits
by Bill Maher
People are getting stupider. The "National Enquirer" is always right. Howard Stern should get over himself. Fame is the worst drug. These and ... Show synopsis People are getting stupider. The "National Enquirer" is always right. Howard Stern should get over himself. Fame is the worst drug. These and countless other strident assertions are contained in Does Anybody Have a Problem with That?, the collection of the greatest hits of Bill Maher's TV series, "Politically Incorrect." Bill Maher presides over the most opinionated show on television. Maher and his panels of pundits and pop stars tackle the really important issues, pontificating liberally and illiberally to produce funny, smart, provocative, award-winning TV. And now here's a sampling of those opinions that will guarantee to make you the hit of every cocktail party. According to Maher, Vietnam was a smart, noble war; AIDS ribbons are stupid; we should get rid of Santa Claus; inner children should grow the hell up; everything that used to be sin is now a disease; strippers get the most respect; and there's a lot of " convenient feminism." And he gives out eight " Get Over Yourself" awards to the likes of Newt Gingrinch, Howard Stern, and Deion Sanders. Bill Maher has an opinion on everything, and he wants to share them all with you. Does anybody have a problem with that?