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    The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

    The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

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    In this half-hour series, affectionately nicknamed JKX, actor/comedian Jamie Kennedy combines hidden-camera pranks with sketch comedy to see how everyday people-- and some celebrities-- behave in unusual situations. Jamie appears in a wide variety of disguises, getting his "marks" involved in an equally wide variety of bizarre predicaments. When a joke has run its course, Jamie delivers the show's immortal tag line: YOU'VE BEEN X-ED! Each skit is presented in front of an audience, either in-studio or on location, and sometimes Jamie brings his marks on as special guests after presenting a segment. After three seasons, JKX ended its original run in the spring of 2004. The entire series is available on DVD, with each season having its own box set. I don't have many episode reviews up right now, but I am planning to write more in the coming weeks. Now that I no longer have a co-editor for season three, I will be also revising (or more appropriately, redoing) the entries for the last several episodes of the series. DISCLAIMER: I am not affiliated with the show, its cast, or the WB network. I am just a fan who wanted to do a good episode guide for this truly underappreciated series. I don't know whether Jamie or anyone else connected to the show reads this guide or the Viewer Comments. That said, I hope you enjoy the guide and have as much fun reading it as I have editing it. Thank you for visiting! For more info about the show, check the "Links" section on the left-hand side of this page. The Jamie Kennedy Experiment was produced by Bahr Small Productions and Karz Entertainment, in association with Warner Brothers Television Productions and Big Ticket Television, A Paramount/Viacom Company.moreless
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    High School Reunion

    High School Reunion

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    Back stabbing! Boyfriend swapping! Brawls! TV Land brings it on with the return of High School Reunion. Watch as 14 alums are reunited after 20 years on the island of Maui. The ante is upped daily as vengeful new arrivals from rival cliques, classes and a nearby public school, do everything they can to crash the party and seek redemption.

    WB Broadcast History

    Season 1 High School: Oak Park River Forest of 1992 Season Aired: Jan.-Feb. 2003

    Season 2 High School: Round Rock of 1993 Season Aired: Mar.-May 2004

    Season 3 High School: Cardinal Gibbons of 1994 Season Aired: Dec. 2004-Jan. 2005

    T.V. Land Broadcast History

    Season 4 High School: J.J. Pearce High School Class of 1987 Season Aired: Mar.-Apr. 2008moreless
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    Popstars

    Popstars

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    Season 1 Backed by some of the recording industry's heaviest hit makers, five unknown women are chosen from the thousands who auditioned and shepherded through the making of their debut album. The show chronicles the behind-the-scenes process. Season 2 The new incarnation of "Popstars," the show which spawned Eden's Crush, will introduce a new music group of both women and men this time. As before, the series will chronicle the fledgling band from the audition process to their finale concert. Broadcast History Season 1: Friday @ 8:30 pm Season 2: Thursday @ 8:00 pm Awards Teen Choice Awards 2001: Nominated for TV - Choice Reality Showmoreless
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    Big Man on Campus

    Big Man on Campus

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    Superstar USA

    Superstar USA

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    The reason why the "USA" is used in the title because the name "Superstar" is already a title for the Arabic version of American Idol.