This programme is the equivalent of the old freak shows where people used to laugh at the more unfortunate within society.
Now, not a lot of guests on TJKS are 'unfortunate'. In fact, it's plain to see their problems are mostly entirely self-inflicted. What really gets my back up though is Mr Smug himself - oh yes - put your hands together (by pain of death) for Jeremy Kyle. The most sanctimonious piece of s**t ever to grace a television screen. This man has seen and done it all and he never fails to get in the face of some poor b*st*rd who has come on either for his 15 minutes of fame or maybe a bit of help from Kyle's counsellors.
I think someone would have to be seriously damaged to air their problems on a show like this - and this programme manipulates that vulnerability to the max.
The one thing that particularly disturbs me is some of the warring young couples who come on the show to fight over paternity of their 'bay-bey'. What the hell do these poor babies have going for them with dead-heads like these as parents. Some of them look like they couldn't find their bum with both hands, let alone raise a child.
This show is a sad indictment of everything Britain has become.
19 of 23 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?