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What a bizarre story. Jerry Springer doesn’t like Jerry Springer: The Opera. So why the heck did he stick his name on it?
The fact that he uses the word “don’t” may possibly suggest that he’s on the defensive, don’t you think? My favourite quote, though:
I don’t make religious jokes…
I don’t know if they should have had it on television but, good Lord, if you don’t like what’s on television, that’s why God gave us remote controls.
But I must thank Jerry for clearing up a huge point of confusion:
I don’t own the BBC
As I say, this is the one of the most bizarre interviews I’ve ever read.