Reality Show, by Louis Theroux

Salon: There’s a certain mundane reality revealed beneath a lot of the more extreme behavior you stumble onto, so that by the end of each show, you really feel like you understand how, for instance, a roller-skating, Holocaust-denying survivalist came to be the way he is.
Louis Theroux: “Yeah, it’s really true. To me, one of the weirdest things about meeting weird people is how normal they are. I just thought of an analogy this morning: It’s kind of like if you saw a naked person wearing a little leather cap – that little bit of clothing makes them seem even more naked.”

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