Tonight, psychologist Philip Zimbardo promotes his new book, The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil.
Jon begins with a disturbing look at Karl Rove dancing and rapping the night away at the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association dinner. Jon then looks at several cases of internet sabotage of presidential candidate websites in a segment called "Indecision v. 2.008". The Iranian hostage crisis enters its 7th day and Jon has a heart to heart talk with Iran in a segment called "Iranian Hostage Crisis: The Next Generation". Finally, Jon talks with Larry Wilmore, Senior Black Correspondent, about Disney's new movie The Frog Princess, which features an animated black princess for the first time ever in its history.
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