The very, very lonely journalist talks to victims of the economic downturn, as well as those profiting by purchasing holiday homes at half their value. He travels to Detriot to meet Limerick boxer Andy Lee as he trains for a shot at the world middleweight title, and is introduced to a judge trying to shock juvenile gun-crime offenders into a better life - by showing them bodies of gunshot victims. Charlie also heads down to the Mexican border to walk the illegal migrant desert train and talk with a vigilante border patrol group known as the Minute Men. He also meets the most notorious sheriff in America, Joe Arpaio, a man who detains any apprehended illegal immigrants in a canvas jail - ex-military tents from the Korean War which bake their occupants in temperatures of 50 degrees celsius.