Jay Mohr brings dude-centric debate show “Master Debaters” to Fuel TV

By | July 12, 2011 at 11:05 am | One comment | TV/Movies | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Hey, Dudes. Get on the couch, scratch your balls, eat something fried and get ready for your very own television debate show. Fuel TV announced today that comedian and actor Jay Mohr will host a new project called Master Debaters with Jay Mohr. Get it? It’s a debate show, and the name makes you think about jerking off! Because that’s what guys do– jerk off. All the time. Any chance they get. I’m jerking off right now just thinking about the concept of the show.

“This is a raw, fast-paced list show where guys debate random topics that they really care about,” says Mohr. “Our goal is to create an atmosphere where dudes talk about all the things they’re already discussing with their friends.”

Sweet. So, the panel on the show — made up of Mohr, former Major League Baseball player Eric Byrnes and veteran comedian Na’im Lynn — will talk about nothing but Lord of the Rings? No? Fine.

According to some early info on the show, topics will include things like “the most impressive Rocky victory,” worst sports mascot and hottest television star. Speaking of hot TV stars, Mohr’s wife Nikki Cox producing the show. I assume, then, panel members aren’t allowed to name Cox in their list of TV hotties.

In addition to the regular panel of debaters, the show will boast guest stars like Ron Artest, Michael Rapaport, Mark McGrath, Jason Ellis, Bryan Callen, Kevin Frazier, Jeremy Roenick and Ralphie May.

The show will premiere Sept. 7 at 10:30 pm EST on Fuel TV. Will you be tuning in?

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=10119288 Ross Everett

    I already tuned in. When I made this show in college.

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