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Series cast summary:
Dax Holt ...  Himself 2,007 episodes, 2007-2016
Harvey Levin ...  Himself - Host / ... 1,487 episodes, 2007-2017
Brian Mcdaniel ...  Himself 1,357 episodes, 2007-2014
Ryan Satin Ryan Satin ...  Himself 1,198 episodes, 2009-2014
Charlie Neff ...  Herself 1,041 episodes, 2013-2016
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Follow the hosts of this million dollar television show as they report on the newest Hollywood gossip, movie titles and more

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TMZ.com

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English

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10 September 2007 (USA) See more »

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This is what is wrong with America today.
5 September 2017 | by keelhaul-80856See all my reviews

Another stupid celebrity show, yet this one is even wackier than some. Americans know more about Lebron's basketball stats and what Brad Pitt ate for lunch than they know about who is running our country. Why people find shows like this(and there are way too many of them) appealing or useful, I'm sure I don't know. Basically, a bunch of dorks sit around a room and chime in with stories of whatever dumb "celebrity" they caught on camera in some candid situation on the street. "We caught the one of the kids from the Cosby Show coming out of a sex store in New Jersey, and then they met with Henry Winkler for some spaghetti at a local restaurant!" Wow... I know I'm impressed. Then Harvey takes a sip of his drink and replies with a dumb expression of excitement or disbelief. "Yeah, wasn't that girl just involved in a telethon for fat people in Montana?" chimes in another. "She sure was!" Then they move on to the next stupid video clip of a Kardashian or some other twit jogging. Why is any of this important? Why do people follow this daily, but don't even know who their vice president is, or where their children are? Basically just another waste of time that keeps Americans dumbed down like Springer, ET, and every other POS trash fest on daytime TV for the bottom-of-the-barrel of society and dumb valley girls while they paint their nails.


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