Coming Up on the Show
We've got some great shows coming up! Tune in for stories that will make you smile and leave you inspired. Plus, unsuspecting guests all week long get Ambush Adventures, and, during every show, Jeff plus two guys from the audience answer questions from women in our segment called Guys on the Couch.
Monday, 9/24: Emmy-nominated comic Margaret Cho has built a career on pushing the boundaries when it comes to humor based on race and ethnicity. She joins Jeff for an open and humorous discussion about the line between funny and offensive. Then, singer/songwriter Chely Wright talks about how coming out as a lesbian affected her country music career, and speaks out against a bill that would eliminate discussion about sexuality in schools. And for today’s Ambush Adventure, a man is given the opportunity to finally ask all the questions about black people that he’s never had the courage to ask.
Tuesday, 9/25: While break ups are never easy the way you get broken up with can make all of the difference. Brandi Glanville from 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' takes us through her public divorce from actor Eddie Cibrian while another woman learns about her divorce from a gossip columnist. Plus, a woman decided to take it up a notch by announcing her husband’s indiscretions on a home-for-sale sign.
Wednesday, 9/26: Jeff meets people living in unusual situations and examines how and why they live the way they do. One woman hasn’t purchased anything new in over five years and only spent $159 on her wedding, another woman sold her large home and now lives in an 85 square foot home that she built herself. Plus, four guys pushing forty have lived together for 18 years. Find out how this living arrangement impacts their relationships.
Thursday, 9/27: Jon Cryer joins his friend Jeff on the couch to talk about his long and successful career in film and television, from 'Pretty in Pink' to 'Two and a Half Men.' Jon also joins Jeff for 'Guys on the Couch,' features Jeff plus two guys who answer questions from women in the audience.
Friday, 9/28: Does cheating pay off? Jeff Probst picks the brain of a convicted felon who robbed banks for a living after getting the boot from his Wall Street job. Also, a single mom with only a high school diploma needed a job quick to support herself, but in such a competitive market she knew that her resume wasn’t going to cut it. In order to give herself an advantage she falsely claimed to have a college education and gave employers forged documents. She got her dream job, but at what cost? Plus, a man away on a business trip finds out from his 14-year-old daughter via Skype that his wife is having an affair.