Jon Cryer, star of CBS's hit sitcom "Two And A Half Men" stops by THE JEFF PROBST SHOW on Thursday, September 27.
Cryer gives the most in-depth interview of his career in which he talks about his career from "Pretty In Pink" to Charlie Sheen's mythic meltdown. Cryer is joined by his wife, Lisa Joyner Cryer, who tells Jeff that when she first started dating the extremely shy Cryer she thought he might be gay because it took so long for him to kiss her.
Also during the week of September 24, Brandi Glanville from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reveals the details behind her messy divorce from actor Eddie Cibrian, including his affair and her "friendship" with LeAnn Rimes and all the tabloid rumors; comic Margaret Cho and country music singer Chely Wright are painfully honest about coming out, and the reaction of their fans; and Jeff looks at whether cheating, lying or stealing ever pays off.
Hosted by five-time Emmy winner Jeff Probst, THE JEFF PROBST SHOW's mission is to entertain and inspire viewers with stories about people living their lives to the fullest and saying "Yes" to life with every opportunity they get.
Each episode also features the signature segment "Guys On The Couch," where Jeff invites two guys onstage to honestly answer questions from women in the audience that provide some take away for all women who want to know a little more about how men think. Every show also has an "Ambush Adventure," where Jeff challenges someone to "say yes" to adventure before knowing what the adventure is. The adventure could be fun and light or it could be life changing - the selected person won't know until he or she says yes.
THE JEFF PROBST SHOW airs weekdays. Check local listings for stations and times or visit jeffprobst.com.
Monday, September 24
Things You Can't Say on TV with Margaret Cho and Chely Wright
Emmy-nominated comic Margaret Cho has built a career on pushing the boundaries when it comes to humor based on race and ethnicity. She joins Jeff for an open and humorous discussion about the line between funny and offensive. Then, singer/songwriter Chely Wright talks about how coming out as a lesbian affected her country music career and speaks out against a bill that would prohibit the word 'gay' from being spoken in schools.
Tuesday, September 25
Worst Break Ups Ever!
While break ups are never easy the way you get broken up with can make all of the difference. Brandi Glanville from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" talks about her public divorce from actor Eddie Cibrian, who cheated on her with LeAnn Rimes. Plus, Jeff hears two unusual breakup stories - Tricia Walsh-Smith, who learned about her divorce through a tabloid columnist and then became a You Tube sensation when she went public with the details, and Elle Zober, who decided to get even with her husband by announcing his indiscretions on a home-for-sale sign.
Wednesday, September 26
The Bride Who Spent $159 on Her Wedding
Jeff meets people living in unique situations and examines how and why they decided to live the way they do and how their living arrangements impact their relationships. He opens the conversation with Max Wong who hasn't purchased anything in over five years and everything she owns is secondhand - she only spent $159 on her wedding. Then, Dee Williams tells Jeff why she sold her large home for an 85 square foot home she built on wheels. Finally, Jeff questions four guys pushing forty (Luke Crane, Danaher Dempsey, Rick Brown and Shyaporn Theerakuistit) who have lived together for 18 years to see how that's been working out.
Thursday, September 27
Jon Cryer on Money, Sex and Charlie Sheen
Cryer gives the most in-depth interview of his career in which he talks about his career from "Pretty In Pink" to Charlie Sheen's mythic meltdown. He's joined by his wife, Lisa Joyner Cryer, and they talk about how they met and what they do to keep their marriage spicy. Cryer also joins Jeff for "Guys On The Couch" and answers audience questions.
Friday, September 28
The Man Who Sued His Wife's Lover
Does cheating ever pay off? Jeff picks the brains of three people who have cheated in different ways. Stephen Trantel is a convicted felon who robbed banks for a living after getting the boot from his Wall Street job. Single mom Andrea Stanfield needed a job quick to support herself, but knew her resume wasn't going to cut it since she only had a high school diploma. She falsely claimed to have a college education and gave employers forged documents -- she got her dream job, but at what cost? And, Lee Steinlauf was away on a business trip when he found out from his 14-year-old daughter via Skype that his wife was having an affair, and what he did next no one expected. Jeff follows up on what happens when you cheat.
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