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Presenting information in the form of a list -- a "listicle," in today's parlance -- is the foundation of this truTV comedy series. Covering offbeat, unusual topics, host Jamie Lee builds each list using a combination of irreverent commentary and innovative visuals. A few things to know about Lee: She stars on MTV's "Girl Code," was a "Last Comic Standing" semifinalist, and one website had her on its list of "Top Five Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars."

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aired 833 days ago
A whole roast camel, rat feces and blue-eyed drinkers appear in this week's countdown of "10 Things You Need to Know About Food."
aired 833 days ago
Find out what vagina nicknames, senior citizen sex, and Rule 34 all have in common.
aired 833 days ago
Find out what 100 acres of pizza, an immortal light bulb, and poisoned booze all have in common; Jamie Lee reveals 10 things you never knew you wanted to know.
aired 840 days ago
What panda porn and millionaire dogs have in common.
aired 840 days ago
What Stephen Colbert, a girl with three boobs, and viral cat videos have in common; the list of 10 Things You Shouldn't Do on the Internet.
aired 840 days ago
Jamie Lee counts down a list of 10 things that have been banned including Chinese time travel, small-breasted Australian porn and Brad Pitt commercials.
aired 847 days ago
What women watching porn, balding men, and vagina maintenance fees have in common; this week's list of 10 Things Men Should Know About Women.
aired 867 days ago
A Hitler sitcom, diet water and a roadkill festival all make this week's list of 10 things you won't believe are real.
aired 888 days ago
A look at what cell phone throwing, Olympic sex, and sports fashion have in common; professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers, Metta World Peace.
aired 895 days ago
The Mexican border, a farting dog ride and the Disneyland jail appear in this week's count down of "10 Things You Didn't Know About Theme Parks."

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