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And, boy, was that Ambush Adventure awkward or what? I'm surprised it took this long for someone to turn him down. I'm glad she did if she felt it was wrong to do so on TV.

EXTREMELY AWKWARD! I didn't enjoy that at all. Jeff needs to stop, LOL! No more ambushes related to calling up people while on broadcast TV, please.

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EXTREMELY AWKWARD! I didn't enjoy that at all. Jeff needs to stop, LOL! No more ambushes related to calling up people while on broadcast TV, please.

Yes lol They should be careful with what they select the ambush to be.

What was today's theme? I came in towards the end of the last interview. Guys on the Couch was fun but the whole dancing bit was a tad silly... they tried to go for touching but I just found it cold. Still loving The Jury, though.

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Yes lol They should be careful with what they select the ambush to be.

What was today's theme? I came in towards the end of the last interview. Guys on the Couch was fun but the whole dancing bit was a tad silly... they tried to go for touching but I just found it cold. Still loving The Jury, though.

Oh my lord...Ambush Adventure fail #2! What in the world was that?! EMBARRASING! I was not compelled or even really amused...I felt bad for those people. LOL. Jeff was the only one really into it laugh.png

The topic of the show was people/stars who get people talking (I think). Jeff interviewed Jeff Lewis and his poor maid Zoila from their hit show "Flipping Out" on Bravo. I thought it was a very frustrating interview. Jeff was trying to get Zoila to say nice things about him so people would stop thinking he's so horrible. He was so obnoxious. Zoila actually stood up for herself a few times and told him to shut up laugh.png

There was also an interview with a Dad who does 5k runs with his special needs daughter. It was a touching story!

And then the guy who goes around the world and makes videos of himself dancing with people was interviewed. He was the guy who was helping the people in the audience dance at the end. LOL

I love The Jury, too.

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Oh my lord...Ambush Adventure fail #2! What in the world was that?! EMBARRASING! I was not compelled or even really amused...I felt bad for those people. LOL. Jeff was the only one really into it laugh.png

The topic of the show was people/stars who get people talking (I think). Jeff interviewed Jeff Lewis and his poor maid Zoila from their hit show "Flipping Out" on Bravo. I thought it was a very frustrating interview. Jeff was trying to get Zoila to say nice things about him so people would stop thinking he's so horrible. He was so obnoxious. Zoila actually stood up for herself a few times and told him to shut up laugh.png

There was also an interview with a Dad who does 5k runs with his special needs daughter. It was a touching story!

And then the guy who goes around the world and makes videos of himself dancing with people was interviewed. He was the guy who was helping the people in the audience dance at the end. LOL

I love The Jury, too.

Thanks for the info! Sad I missed it.

Missed today's show too lol I feel like I should watch it while I can, cos it'll probably get cancelled. :lol:

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