Jerry Springer

America’s favorite talk show host Jerry Springer is heading back to school in 2008, visiting some of the nation’s top college campuses to share the untold stories of “The Jerry Springer Show.” Springer, whose nationally syndicated talk show is currently in its 17th season, will start hitting campuses this winter to meet with college students from coast to coast for an evening of classic tales and behind-the-scenes moments from one of the longest running talk shows in television history. “I’m thinking this should be a mandatory class for all college students,” says Springer. “But the good news is there won’t be any homework, mid-terms or finals, just a fun night with me and some great moments from our outrageous show.” The “Jerry Goes Back to School” tour, which is being organized by The American Program Bureau of Newton MA., will take Springer to some of the nation’s leading colleges, including American University, UCLA, Georgia Tech, The University of Pittsburgh, Florida International University, Wayne State University, Sacramento State University and more. For complete dates and further information, log on to Moderated by a member of each college’s student body or faculty, “Jerry Goes Back to School” will look back at some of the most outrageous guests and moments from the show and give the campus community a chance to ask Springer the burning questions that they have always wanted to ask. “The Jerry Springer Show” is taped at WMAQ-TV in Chicago and distributed in national syndication by NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution. Richard Dominick is the show’s executive producer.