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The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 2 Episode 23

Episode 222

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 01, 2003 on The WB
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This is the second season finale, a 90-minute extravaganza from Austin, Texas!

--Jamie plays an old man who hired the Southwest Texas cheerleading squad for his equally old, former-cheerleader wife's birthday party. How will the cheerleaders react when they learn that what was supposed to have been the lady's birthday party is now her funeral? (Jamie did three variations on this skit, showing all of one and some of the other two.)

--We're on Orange Alert Status! What does that mean? Well, in the world of JKX, it means that the marks have to go through an extreme security check at a nightclub, practically getting strip-seacrhed in the process. (For the record, the marks were male.) Jamie presented two variations on this skit in this episode.

--Jamie finds a bunch of wild Texans who are willing to appear in "Guys Gone Nuts"--sort of a male version of "Girls Gone Wild." But what will happen when these dudes find out that the tape is being marketed to gay guys?

--Jamie gives a tour of Austin, Texas in which the tourists/marks become the audience for a Jerry Springer-type situation, as he catches his best friend cheating on his wife, only to reveal that he's been cheating on her, too--with his best friend!

--Jamie plays the dean of a Texas university, and a student has set up his dad to believe that he's been engaging in extortion and fraud.

--Singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb hosts a (fake) local talent competition called "Lone Star Search," in which Jamie steals a song from another contestant (the mark) and sings it before its true composer has a chance to!moreless

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