On March 6, 1995, thirty-two-year-old Scott Amedure and his friend Donna Riley arrived at NBC Tower in Chicago to tape an episode of Jenny Jones, a tabloid-style talk show notorious for its lewd combination of tawdry subject matter, incomprehensibly shameless guests, and a live…
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