Faux reality TV show where most of the contestants are actors, and the reactions of the real person surrounded 24/7 by carefully engineered crazy.
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Faux reality TV show where most of the contestants are actors, and the reactions of the real person surrounded 24/7 by carefully engineered crazy.

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How will it end? When will he know? They're all actors working from a script, but he thinks it's real.

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2 September 2003 (USA)  »

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Joe Schmo 2  »

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Jon Huertas and Valerie Azlynn would later both co-star in Castle (2009). See more »

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[Somebody is about to be evicted]
Ralph Garman: One of you is about to say goodbye to high society, and return to your sad existence of working for the man.
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Version of Gloire et fortune: la grande imposture (2004) See more »

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love, Love, LOVE!
16 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw the first Joe Schmo, and thought it was a great concept. Who among us isn't a bit sick of the plethora of reality. In practice, it was pretty damn decent.

My favorite part of the first one was Ralph, the Smarmy Host, so how pleased am I that he's back as Derek Newcastle? Very!

The new version is a parody of reality love shows, this one called, "Last Chance for Love." Two innocents (using that term loosely) are on the show with such stereotypes as the Heir, the Stalker, the Bitch, and the Drunk Girl.

I think that this season may be even stronger and funnier than the first, as they have already experimented with the formula and now can perfect it. And watch out for Ingrid-- she'll school you good...


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