The Test (2001– )

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Celebrities and viewers dare to answer burning moral questions like, "Do you think cybersex is cheating?" Or, "Would you lie to keep your kid out of jail?"


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In this nightly half-hour, celebrities and viewers dare to answer burning moral questions like, "Do you consider cybersex cheating?" Hosted by Jillian Barberie, no answer goes unprobed and no ego goes unscathed in this noble quest for the truth, or at least a good laugh along the way. Written by Josh "Damn Proud Balurian" Theissen

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4 Celebrities 10 Questions 1 Outrageous Half-Hour







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April 2001 (USA)  »

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Horrible Show!
28 August 2001 | by (California) – See all my reviews

This show is nothing but trash. Four "celebrities", or shall I say, people who think they're celebrities answer nothing but questions geared toward sex. Jillian Barberie (very strange choice; she works on my local news station) is the terrible on this show, being annoying enough that you want someone in the audience to throw something at her.

However, the worst part of this show are the guest celebrities. About 80% these people wouldn't be considered celebrities, and about 65%, I have no idea who they are. They answer the questions which would be very thought provoking if these ordinary people (they're not celebrities!!) weren't so demoralized. I wonder if any of these idiot wannabe-celebrities cringe after hearing their answers on the FX channel. FX's translation, by the way: A bunch a misogynistic, sex-crazed white guys with their own channel, AKA: a 24 hour "The Man Show".

The whole show is a sex chat; with one stupid host and bunch wannabe-celebrities thinking it's a boy's locker room. Don't watch this show if you want quality, because you'll end up laughing at its perpetuating episodes.

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