I Get That A Lot
Jan 09, 2013 08:00 PM
Celebrities prank everyday people; "The Amazing Race" host Phil Keoghan works at a sporting goods store; Olympian Bruce Jenner sells shoes; actress Jane Seymour works as a store greeter; actor Cheech Marin works at a supply store; Larry Hagman.
Dec 17, 2010TV Network - CBS
We really like the tack that CBS has taken with this celebrity hidden camera show. It would get hugely old if it were on every single week. They wouldn't be able to get celebrities that we wanted to see and it would become a far more obvious thing. Instead, CBS shows "I Get That a Lot" on an exceedingly intermittent basis. It's always interesting when it pops up and it helps keep folks unawares. Up this time on the show we're getting kind of a 'best of' thing with Ice-T, Heidi Klum, and Paris Hilton. We actually really liked the Rachel Ray one. Maybe that'll come around again next time.
Jan 06, 2010TV Network - CBS
Celebrities. Must they mock us to our faces? They are - as we all know - far better human beings than any of us could ever hope to be, and now CBS is bringing back "I Get That a Lot," the show where celebrities pretend to be nobodies in order to make us feel truly ordinary. Amongst other pranks, tonight Paris Hilton will be pumping gas, Snoop Dogg will be a parking lot attendant, and Gene Simmons will be a psychic (isn't he already?). What would you do if you saw Rachel Ray working at your local dry cleaners or Julie Chen serving yogurt? Would you assume "Candid Camera" or career downturn?