I thought this was a great show. The best in Spurlock's series. Excellent, well-developed characters, incredible drama and very moving. I'm not surprised that this was the first show of the second season. The fact that the Minuteman was a Cuban and also an immigrant (although a legal one and a child at the time) was especially interesting. It was amazing to see his gradual transformation, from a gun-toting demagogue into a warm-hearted human being. The trip he took to Mexico, to investigate the family's home town, was especially moving. And obviously moved him. The family itself was great. The girl, Armida, was such a winner. I think the show really provided an interesting and people-driven look at the great immigration debate. Spurlock rocks!
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