Sometimes there is a TV moment that reveals or causes a fissure in the fabric of our society – whether that be political, cultural, ideological or otherwise. Think the Frost/Nixon interviews, the broadcast of Roots, and of course Scott and Charlene’s wedding on Neighbours, and the resulting watercooler conversations (a passé term from a bygone era when we congregated to chat with our colleagues).
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