Commentary: 'Subway Q & A' Commentator Daniel Pinkwater praises a local New York City cable TV show called Subway Q & A. A man with a microphone and camera wanders the underground transit system asking people their innermost fears and thoughts, and also trying to persuade them to do stunts such as sing, dance, dress up funny, flirt with strangers and more. Pinkwater considers it his favorite TV show and watches it over and over.
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Commentary: 'Subway Q & A'

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Commentary: 'Subway Q & A'

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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater praises a local New York City cable TV show called Subway Q & A. A man with a microphone and camera wanders the underground transit system asking people their innermost fears and thoughts, and also trying to persuade them to do stunts such as sing, dance, dress up funny, flirt with strangers and more. Pinkwater considers it his favorite TV show and watches it over and over.