TV judgementalist Jeremy Kyle is set to offer his services door-to-door as he and the team spend the summer visiting the housing estates of Britain in a tour bus.
"Traditionally we waited for people to contact us with their pathetic stories of bad parenting or the inability to use contraception while cheating on a partner" said Kyle. "But with the show now on three times a day we need more people to shout at if we're going to keep things fresh."
The JK Roadshow will begin in Leigh Park, an estate in Portsmouth which is steeped in the history of the Jeremy Kyle Show having provided almost one in ten guests in the show's seven years. It is thought Jezzer will simply knock on a door at random, with the assumption being that anyone who opens the door at that time of day is unemployed and therefore on drugs.
Shows will be broadcast live, with Kyle using his years of experience to quickly establish the guests' shortcomings on the fly. After ripping apart every aspect of a guest's life, uncovering unknown marital infidelities and questioning the paternity of any children, Jezzer will then move on to the next house, leaving lead counsellor Graham to provide 'aftercare' services to the now tearful, suicidal participants.
"There are people out there that literally have no idea how despicable they are" said Kyle. "If Mohammed won't come to the mountain, we'll take the mountain and a camera crew to Mohammed - and tell him on live TV exactly what a workshy little scroat he is".