A doctor has to deal with dummies in order to save a patients penis; a couple has an unforgettable night when a man experiences sudden memory lost after sex; a night of at-home grooming does not go ...
A day at the park makes sparks fly for one couple, until they get caught by a nosey mime; a motorcycle enthusiast gets all revved up at dinner with his wife until dessert is served; after an energy ...
A woman's birthday surprise for her husband shocks the doctors at the ER; A doctor gets more than one surprise while attending to a woman with abdominal pain; and when John's mom interrupts his toy ...
Wise-cracking news reporter Georgina goes undercover in a women's prison to get the story of a lifetime. But she discovers she's stranded behind bars after her outside contact suddenly dies, now, the only way to get out is to "Put Out".
Tells the compelling stories of people who are battling obsessive behaviors on the verge of taking over their lives. Follow these addicts as they reveal their strange addictions and meet with psychological experts.
I saw this show only once, and although the premise seems interesting and entertaining, I won't likely watch again. It's too painful seeing the same segments of video repeated over and over ad nauseum with perhaps an added 10-15 seconds of each story tacked onto the end each time the primary 2-3 minute segment is repeated. I don't get this editing style. If it actually gains viewers then more power to the editors, but it's losing me. I found myself continuously changing channels to find something more interesting when another repeat would start, coming back after a few minutes to see if the story had been advanced any. Often it hadn't.
A previous reviewer claimed it's not the editor's fault, but it's definitely the editing. If it's by request of the network then the blame may lie there, but it's the editing - perhaps requested by the network - that is likely to be the downfall of this program.
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