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I loved this show! Sure, it was sophomoric, but it was fun- and isn't that what TV is supposed to be? It had three of the things that guys hold near and dear to their hearts- pretty women, beer and farts. How can you not love a show where Cindy Crawford (in a spot that had to be filmed a long time ago) shows you how to fix a toilet AND says "ballcock"? A show where the fastest beer drinker in the world plays the organ? Where the audience and the hosts drink brews all during the show? And where, as they have promised, we'll see girls on trampolines end every show? Will this show offend people? Sure. But that's why you have a remote control- you don't have to watch it. Every show doesn't have to be "Masterpiece Theatre." So many of the "women's shows" take great pleasure in showing that men are pigs. Well here, not only don't they deny it, they're damn proud of it. I just can't wait til Ben Stein shows up as a guest.
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