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Over the years I say that the taste of people have changed. Of course that also depends on where you live. What I'm trying to say is that you probably will agree that entertainment got cheaper, more violent and more sexual.
Jensen is an example of that change in taste.
If I could describe it I would call the show: cheap and annoying.
Why do I still watch it sometimes? Well that's because people nowadays just like to watch things that are made for the simple minded. Even though I find it cheap and annoying it secretly is a bit funny.
Jensen the host, he keeps making fun of other people. His lame jokes are brought to you in a funny way. It doesn't require your mind to do any thinking at all.
It's good we have shows like those. The simple-minded people want to get entertained. Watching CSI all the time makes you stressed. Oprah is getting a bit old fashioned. So try Jensen.
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