The Jeremy Kyle Show (US)
Posted Oct 1, 2011 @ 7:59 PM
Posted Oct 2, 2011 @ 7:29 PM
Thought I heard an Aussie accent...
Posted Oct 3, 2011 @ 8:46 AM
I also like that his show is more traditional in terms of style and presentation.
Posted Oct 3, 2011 @ 12:49 PM
Posted Oct 3, 2011 @ 1:11 PM
Posted Oct 3, 2011 @ 1:18 PM
I loves me some Jezza.
Posted Oct 3, 2011 @ 5:23 PM
I am in Canada and I don't believe it is available in my viewing area.
Posted Oct 10, 2011 @ 12:59 PM
Posted Oct 20, 2011 @ 9:19 PM
Today's episode was a drug addicted daughter who signed over the custody of her first two kids to her mother. The daughter made a lot of mistakes, and wasn't let off the hook, but it turned out her mother was not the saint the mom, or the show, made herself out to be in the beginning. There were no completely good or bad guys, just a real life situation that needed to be remedied some how. I thought it was refreshing.
Posted Nov 13, 2011 @ 3:26 AM
"I'M NOT HER DAD. SHE LOOKS MEXICAN!"
"DON'T BECOME A WOMAN."
"MY DAUGHTER'S NOT A LESBIAN."
"IS MY GIRLFRIEND SLEEPING WITH HER BROTHER?"
Take everything you love about Maury, classic Springer, Ricki Lake, Steve Wilkos and put them together with a British Accent and you have Jeremy Kyle. In many ways, Jeremy Kyle is a throwback to 90's talk shows.
And Maury is just SO stale and tired. It's time to anoint a new king of the trashy talk show.
Posted Mar 16, 2012 @ 5:13 PM
The mother on today's show (taped 9 March 2012 aired 16 March 2012) has to be one of the worst mothers I've ever had the displeasure of watching onscreen. Nothing was her fault! Yes, she told her now 30-year old daughter when she was a child that her father had died in a gruesome car accident (not true) but it wasn't her fault! I also liked how she uprooted her children to move 3 states over and in with an ex-con in a trailer park on a whim. Also not her fault. The upshot to all this is her daughter still doesn't know who her father is... The mother was all deflection all the time and played the victim to the very last scene. I felt so bad for her daughter but was happy to hear she hadn't spoken to her in 2 years (before this show) so here's hoping she cuts her off again and keeps the grandchildren away from this toxic human being.
Posted Jun 1, 2012 @ 1:14 PM
The women said, "Yes!"
JK yelled (at the man), "HA!"
But as soon as it got funny, it went down the drain. The man went backstage and pouted. JK asked the man where he would go, and he said he didn't know. Then the wife turned on the friend, as if she hadn't just asked the friend to pull this stunt, and said she wanted her husband back. Then the husband came in, and announced since he had full custody of their kids, he was taking them elsewhere. The wife asked, "Well, then why did you let the kids live with me?" He sounded stupid about, "Well, I was going to be nice, but...."
I really hope this isn't how it always goes. Sure, it's nice to not have clear-cut victims and villains, but that was just a mess.
Posted Jun 1, 2012 @ 2:45 PM
Today was the case of the open marriage complete with best friend undercover goings on, internet hookups. several children, douchebag husband, slapping onstage.....PHEW!! I feel so sorry for the children. Jeremy read everyone involved the riot act.
Posted Sep 10, 2012 @ 4:17 PM
Posted Dec 19, 2012 @ 12:09 PM
I'm a little disappointed, it was a nice little guilty pleasure for me, but I always doubted anyone was watching. Guess I was right.
Posted Dec 19, 2012 @ 11:09 PM
The big giant of a man then claimed his children's mother was abusing him. But only after Jeremy hopped up on a chair.
ETA: Sorry it's not coming back.
Edited by AtlanticVamp, Dec 19, 2012 @ 11:09 PM.
Posted Dec 23, 2012 @ 3:12 PM
Posted Aug 29, 2013 @ 12:46 AM
Before this show disappears forever, I wanted to confirm that my husband and I are not the only viewers who have noticed several repeat audience members, top three repeats being The Hat Lady (I am convinced one of her hats was actually an inverted bee's nest), the somber young man trying to look Byronic, the woman who looks like a perfect contender for Rupaul's Drag Race (a compliment in my book) with dark hair parted down the middle, a long nose, very strong face and Adam's apple (and a handful of others as well). Did the show pay them? Did they shoot seventeen gazillion shows a day and use the same audience over & over? Or did they love Jezza so much they never left the studio -- sleeping in shifts until he once again entered and bowed like a flirty French parlor maid, Mr Saucy Butt himself -- because I don't get it (I'd feel such a sense of humiliation being caught in the audience once, never mind multiple times).
Also, Janet? SHAME ON YOU.
Edited to add: I'll miss several jezzies ("It's a big day for Tiffani! Please welcome her to the Jeremy
Kyle Show!") but the single jezzie I'll miss most of all has to be, "This. Is not. About you. This. Is
about. The CHILDren!" (honorary mention goes to "And THAT'S what the Jeremy Kyle show is all
about!" -- because that's NOT what the show was ever about -- but god bless his relentless, GlenGarry
Glen Ross sales technique; he always felt a bit like a cult leader whose flock were forever logy on too
many carbs, no matter how he tried to whip them up.)
Edited by film noire, Aug 29, 2013 @ 12:55 AM.