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Screen Gems: TV the week of November 16

JFK: Inside The Target Car (9 p.m. Sunday, Discovery Channel) -- Oh, those poor deluded devils at the Discovery Channel! They think Kennedy assassination conspiracy nuts are interested in evidence! So Jfkpage they've spent a couple of years and a lot of money staging a reenactment of the sniper shot of Nov. 22, 1963, using an exact replica of a human head mounted on a duplicate presidential limo on a California firing range set up like Dallas' Dealey Plaza. They even rounded up a Mannlicher Carcano rifle like Lee Harvey Oswald's. Results: The Discovery Channel concludes that the bullets that killed John F. Kennedy
could only have been fired from the building and floor where Oswald worked . . . and 10 million conspiracy nuts conclude that the Discovery Channel was part of the assassination plot.

Sound Revolution (8 p.m. Sunday, Snithsonian Channel) -- This six-part series traces the evolution of Mississippi blues into jazz, then R&B and later soul. It's music and interviews from B.B. King, Ike Turner, Etta James, Eric Clapton, Miles Davis, LaVern Baker, Solomon Burke and the Neville Brothers, among others, all of whom can probably be linked to the Kennedy assassination if you just check enough websites.


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