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This show shouldn't even be on IMDb, it's that bad.
I can't believe there are people that rate this show higher than a 4.
It's the worst thing on Dutch television ever. Mr. Jensen has to be the most obnoxious person in the Netherlands, an he's the host. So the program isn't watchable. There are a lot of mediocre shows on TV here, I can live with that, but "Jensen!" has to be the lowest in what is already a pretty low standard. It's a lame attempt to copy the late night shows that are so popular in other countries. However they failed to put in humor and forgot about the fact that people don't like throwing up after watching two minutes of horrible television like this.
Unfortunately Dutch television has a history of selecting awful hosts for shows like this, but Mr. Jensen sets another low, and that's why this show deserves the lowest of ratings.
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