The Moment of Truth returns two months after its spring finale—when a ratings bonanza calls, Mr. Murdoch listens.
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Sure, we've had our problems with lie-detecting game show The Moment of Truth in the past, but last night, for the first time, it actually lived up to the potential of its relationship-destroying premise.
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Last night, after a passably entertaining episode of American Idol, came the series premiere of Fox's sleazy new game show The Moment of Truth, on which average, ordinary people are connected to a polygraph machine and exposed as the philandering, tax-dodging, latently racist, elderly-hating, gambling-addicted lovers of Internet pornography that they truly are — all for the chance to win $500,000!