The Jeremy Kyle Show (2005– )

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The most repulsive television show ever made
3 March 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Jeremy Kyle has a mouth like an outraged anus and uses it to pour scorn on the absolute dregs of society. His audience consists of the unemployed and people throwing a sickie which is ironically the type of people he hates the most.

This miserable wretch is just slightly more intelligent than the people he blasts away at. The only people he is polite to are men who are substantially larger than himself because like all bullies he is quite clearly a massive coward. That's most people because this guy is about four foot tall and has classic angry short man syndrome.

He is so pathetic he constantly informs the audience what a great dad he is (the papers disagree), how he beat his gambling addiction (the papers disagree on that too) and how he has helped his brother through whatever problem he is discussing. He probably doesn't even have a brother, I wouldn't put anything past this loser.

At the end of it all the lie detector decides on the truth, often dictating whether couples stay together or not but lie detectors aren't anything like infallible, that's why they aren't used in criminal courts. At least one in ten people therefore base life changing decisions on pure random chance and if he doesn't feel ashamed of anything else he should feel ashamed of that.

Utterly awful, I've only seen it twice but that was enough for me and both shows were nearly identical anyway so I doubt the format changes much. Rubbish television can sometimes be fun simply because it is so awful but this is soul-draining mean nonsense hosted by one of the most repulsive sanctimonious parasites ever to blight the airwaves. Watching him put his arm around 14 year old pregnant girls while calling them 'babe', 'sweetheart' and 'darling' made me feel physically sick.

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