Book Reviews of Jump the Shark

Jump the Shark
Jump the Shark
Author: Jon Hein
Audio Books swap for two (2) credits.
ISBN-13: 9781885408891
ISBN-10: 1885408897
Publication Date: 8/18/2002
Edition: Abridged
Rating:
  • Currently 4.7/5 Stars.
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4.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Listen Live Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 1
Lots of fun, although I don't always agree with him. Quick and easy listen, no deeping -- or even light -- thinking is required.
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Jump the Shark is a riotous compendium of those priceless moments when the magic vanishes, the ratings go south, and the mighty become the fallen (who would have guessed a blue Gap dress could send Bill Clinton over the shark?). From the creator of the immensely popular website that has coined a catch phrase comes the book that is bound to be the pop-culture sensation of the season. But beware: these shark-infested pages will leave you in stitches and wondering where the insidious fin will pop up next.
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Abridged on 3 compact discs; approximately 3.5 hours. Read by the author. Read more at jumptheshark.com. I'm a pop culture junkie, and Hein and I have a similiar sense of humor. I laughed out loud at snark like: "Is Marv Albert kinky? Yesssssssss!" (My favorite TV show, "Gilmore Girls," recently jumped the shark by introducing Luke's daughter now that Rory's no longer cute--just like "The Brady Bunch" did with Cousin Oliver.)
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Read by the author. Read more at jumptheshark.com. I'm a pop culture junkie, and Hein and I have a similiar sense of humor. I laughed out loud at snark like: "Is Marv Albert kinky? Yesssssssss!" (My favorite TV show, "Gilmore Girls," recently jumped the shark by introducing Luke's daughter now that Rory's no longer cute--just like "The Brady Bunch" did with Cousin Oliver.)
reviewed Jump the Shark on + 40 more book reviews
Jump the Shark is a riotous compendium of those priceless moments when the magic vanishes, the ratings go south, and the mighty become the fallen (who would have guessed a blue Gap dress could send Bill Clinton over the shark?). From the creator of the immensely popular website that has coined a catch phrase comes the book that is bound to be the pop-culture sensation of the season. But beware: these shark-infested pages will leave you in stitches and wondering where the insidious fin will pop up next.