Well, not a bar, actually — a house. On this week’s episode of his FX network series “Thirty Days,” Morgan Spurlock, the documentarian behind “Super Size Me,” is putting two women with radically different worldviews in the same house for 30 days.

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It is a saying practiced far too little in reality. Morgan Spurlock, documentarian best known for Super Size Me, has figured out a way to get some people to try on some moccasins that perhaps they had not considered before. On his FX network series, Thirty Days, Spurlock will pair people from opposite ends of the spectrum together to hopefully give them a chance to see things from the other?s perspective.

On this week?s episode, a self-described “militant feminist and pro-choice advocate” will go to live and work at a pro-life oriented maternity home…


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