Fire Me, Please

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CBS (ended 2005)

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Fire Me, Please

Show Summary

Two people start new jobs on the same day -- with the unusual goal of getting fired by 3 pm! This new reality series follows two people starting new jobs on the same day, with the goal of intentionally getting fired by 3PM. To most people, getting fired seems like it would be the end of the world, but what if getting fired meant you could win $25,000? The person that gets fired closest to, but does not go past, the 3PM deadline wins the cash prize. Hidden cameras capture the action as the participants drive their managers and co-workers crazy with outrageous behavior.
Dave Holmes

Dave Holmes

Host

Brandon Gibson

Brandon Gibson

Contestant

Cat

Cat

Contestant - Episode 2 - Winner Round One

Cherise Bangs

Cherise Bangs

Contestant

Dave Hill (III)

Dave Hill (III)

Contestant

Katie Wise

Katie Wise

Contestant

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  • This show was great! Where do I sign up?

    10
    Everyone I told about this show was looking forward to watching it - but it didn\'t stay on long enough for them all to see it. It was highly underadvertised and everyone I did tell about it hadn\'t heard of it. The concept is funny and for a reality show, its pretty good. Please, please, bring this show back!
  • 2 people take a day off from thier real jobs and try to get fired from new jobs.they have to get fired by 3:00PM.whoever gets fired closest to 3:00PM without going over wins $25,000moreless

    10
    great show! it fixes my day. my favorite episode is when a guy works at the BBQ and a girl works at a copying place. this show will make it to the top if you like it or not. this is more reality than that non- reality show survivor or the baclor/baclorette
  • Who hasn't ever wanted to get a little sweet revenge on tyranical employment managers and over zealous co-workers. If you have ever wanted to speak your mind and act crazy at work, this show is for you. You will have a good laugh.moreless

    8.0
    Who hasn't ever wanted to get a little sweet revenge on tyranical employment managers and over zealous co-workers. If you have ever wanted to speak your mind and act crazy at work, this show is for you. You will have a good laugh while watching two people try thier best to get on their managers nerves. The rules stipulate that the person fired closest to 3:00pm wins $25,000. If they both should go over the 3:00pm mark then whoever gets fired first wins.



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  • My husband and I laughed the entire hour. Thank you and please bring it back.

    10
    This is an extremely funny reality show. Fire Me, Please is a program that my husband and I would look forward to watching every week. The contestants seem to be natural comedians and do such a great job at acting stupid. We need more shows like this to make us laugh for an entire hour.
  • Idea is funny to some but the show is poorly executed.

    5.5
    I stumbled across "Fire Me ... Please!" one night while surfing around the channels. To be honest, I only really like the idea on a guilty-pleasure level. That is to say, I would never really be "proud" of a show like this and tell all my friends about it - it's too goofy and its appeal is too narrow for most people. Even still, I think it's funny, since I tend to like watching reactions of unsuspecting people who are having a joke played on them (if you do too, watch Da Ali G Show).



    The problem is in the execution - it's really quite poorly done and right now, it's enough to turn me off watching it. A weak, never-ending laugh track, cheap-looking titles - *ugh* - that Comic Sans MS font that's used EVERYWHERE and looks like some grade school project. It's terrible. The pacing is awful and you really get a feeling that they've taken otherwise workable material and done very little with it.



    Re-tool it and I'd make it a guilty pleasure again, but until then I'll pass.moreless
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Drama, Game Show, Reality

Themes

Docu-Reality, Competition