IT'S renowned for its controversial guests and explosive confrontations - and this week, The Jerry Springer Show turns Appearing on the show, Sandra, 48, explained: "My brain just kept saying get rid of them, so I had to get rid of them. She added she had also injected her knee with her faeces, cut herself with razor blades, drove nails in her bones and dropped a guillotine on her leg - though that 'didn't work'. Yes, yes of course. One guest got the shock of his life when his girlfriend revealed she couldn't have children - because she was born a bloke.
In the last 25 years, the Jerry Springer Show has delivered more on-air fights, ranting white supremacists, adulterous strippers and transphobia than anything else on television. It inspired an opera and a feature film and turned its host into a multimillionaire. May Jerry survive long enough to make it through his second. Remember when certain conservatives said that allowing gay couples to marry would lead to a man wanting to marry his farm animals? On one of his more controversial episodes, Jerry talks to a man who lives in wedded bliss with his four-legged friend and thinks that he should be allowed to do anything that makes him happy. None is more colorful than David, a self-identified hillbilly who has learned kung fu from watching action movies on his VCR. Check out this tiny bit where a woman purporting to be a sex worker gets in a fistfight and manages to loose her dentures in the process. The only thing Jerry likes more than the audience shouting his name is telling them about lurid fetishes.
The one-time newsanchor and Cincinnati mayor hosts this raucous daytime show, which often serves as a forum for guests to air their differences, not always politely. A man gets a surprise when he meets his fantasy girl for the first time. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Created with Sketch. Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices. Sign up to get started Login About My Watchlist. Reviews Discover Listings News. Jerry Springer 7 Seasons TV talk, tvgtalk The one-time newsanchor and Cincinnati mayor hosts this raucous daytime show, which often serves as a forum for guests to air their differences, not always politely.