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This show was complete garbage, and I'm pretty sure that's why they only made a few episodes. Not to say MTV makes great shows, but this was just one of many they seemed to try out for a few weeks, and finally bombed out. The host was uninteresting and had an annoying voice, the silent guy with the bald spot was boring, and the guests were usually a hoax. About half the time, the guests were authentic people with "odd" pastimes, abilities, etc.(still not interesting), but the other half of the show's guests were obviously paid to act that way. You could always tell which ones were the fakes. You'd get authentic guests like someone who was double jointed or something, then you'd see the completely fake, paid-by-MTV type guests who showcased their dance routine based on the underdog cartoon character. These phony guests were usually really bad actors, so they were pretty easy to spot. Then at the end of the show, they would have some struggling band come and play, while all the guests and other assorted retards would dance around. Long story short, it was painful to watch. I should basically be shunned and ridiculed for sitting through more than one episode.
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