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Each week we receive literally thousands of emails alerting us to the latest developments in Brazilian aphrodisiacs. Mixed in with these is an occasional missive from an actual viewer of The Soup. While it would be very tiresome to respond to each letter, we have done the absolute least we can and posted some questions and answers below. If yours is not included, please, don’t take it personally! It most likely is only absent because our response was not deemed legally safe.
2briehl asks: Hi Joel, my daughter Gabrielle and I are going to see your show at the Keswick in Philly on Friday. She is 13. Is the content of the show appropriate for her? If not, we still love you and she stays home and I bring someone else!”
Well, we guess it’s too late now, 2briehl, and we apologize, but we hope the show went smoothly and you and your daughter or friend had a wonderful time. If not, as is more often the case, The Soup has set up a crisis conflict care center to help survivors deal with the emotional—and often physical—scars that can result after one of Joel McHale's “stand-up” performances.
ngrossman asks: Will Joel be on Dancing With the Stars next season? I was hoping to see him on the show this year.
Joel cannot perform on next season’s DWTS due to a neck injury sustained while beating his head against the wall during this season’s DWTS.
clarice11 asks: I would like to see The Soup each evening, but now I cannot find The Soup on the TV schedule. Why not show more of The Soup and less of The Girls Next Door and Kardashians? These two programs are for the very stupid people and bore me to tears.
Your words are like golden droplets of something or other to our ears. Clicking on “Schedule” in the tool bar near the top of this page will take you to a clear, easy to read line listing of each time The Soup is beamed into your teevee set. If none of those times are convenient for you, we suggest you reexamine your priorities.
Aperez asks: What’s your multiply ID?
What’s the frequency, Kenneth?