Don’t forget about the telemarketers interrupting your dinner

You know you’re in the jungle when the timing doesn’t work out for a specific piece of excursion that you’d love to do, so you tell the producers a magical time when you’re actually going to be available. For tonight’s edition of I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!, that magic moment was 8:00 PM Eastern time. I’m sure the producers are pretty sure that this is going to make for a fantastic television show, if only because it’s great to use suspense to set audiences up for a good shock in the final minutes.

There are several rotating teams of celebrities in the jungle, which will leave a red dot on their forehead at various points. These red dots are intended to suggest that the contestants have no idea where they’re being taken for the next date or the next challenge. Fans (and this is all fiction, by the way, just to be clear) can track the time on these dots in real time as part of the show.

By 8:00 Eastern time, we are down to the final six — David Haye, Charo, Larry the Cable Guy, Vanessa Feltz, Ola Jordan and Dennis Wise.

David Haye + Dennis Wise = semi-final

Charo + Larry the Cable Guy = semi-final

Larry the Cable Guy + Vanessa Feltz = final

Ola Jordan + Ola Jordan = final

David Haye + Charo + Larry the Cable Guy = final

Do you still want to watch an episode of I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! tonight? This is an option for you. If you’re reading this post from the hotel where you’re staying, and it’s like 7:00 Eastern time, I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is that The Washington Post has made sure to give you a small window of the show. The bad news is that this time, you have to be 12 hours ahead of the rest of the world for a live audience to feel like it’s worth watching.

Here’s the info to set your DVR. You can check-in here.

The episode starts at 8 p.m. Eastern, I just plugged this link into my DVR, and I’m watching. If this works out for you, here’s the link to the episode that’s airing.

Vocab said the Spanish-language version of this show is still airing (I don’t watch Spanish TV, so I can’t tell you if it’s worth watching), so here is your chance to watch the Spanish-language version of the show.

A current battle inside my head now: Which is better, Dennis Wise of the England soccer team or Adrian Chiles of the Sky TV sports team?

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