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Phil Show, The Montel Williams Show, The Jane Whitney Show and The Daily Show, and a self-described speed seduction expert.
Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends is a television documentary series, in which Louis Theroux gives viewers the chance to get brief glimpses into the worlds of individuals and groups that they would not normally come into contact with or experience up close.
He is the nephew of novelist Alexander Theroux and writer Peter Theroux.
Theroux moved with his family to Britain at the age of one, and was brought up in London thereafter.
He also worked as a correspondent on Michael Moore's TV Nation series, for which he provided segments on off-beat cultural subjects, including selling Avon to women in the Amazon Rainforest, the Jerusalem syndrome and attempts by the Ku Klux Klan to rebrand itself as a civil rights group for white people.
Louis Theroux visits a Bangkok marriage agency which helps Western men find Thai brides, there he meets Lake Palmer who is meeting a hopeful bride.
Over 5,000 years ago, in the old kingdom of Egypt, it was believed that eyes contained magnetic forces that, literally, caused attraction; a magnetic gaze. ” Jeffries is essentially using hypnotism to lure women into bed. Jeffries’ techniques may try and avoid the 4 B’s, as he puts it (Bullying, Buying, Begging and Booze), but I’d rather someone talk to me with genuine interest than seduce me with buzz words or relaxing images.
Louis also hooks up with Ross Jeffries who's almost a clone of T. Another eye-opening inside look at an industry that seems determinedly unattractive after Louis has finished with it but also features some of the Louis' most cringe-worthy moments of the entire series...
And in fact – you’re smiling because you know I’m right – you can look at someone and they can think you’re listening. Ross: But if you’re bored, you can be looking right at them, but you could be a million miles away, in your favourite ideal fantasy vacation spot.
I do a very rare, very unusual – hardly anyone knows about it – it’s a form of hypnosis that involves no sleep. Ross: Did I understand you on a much deeper level than most people? Ross: Yeah, and you know what – you know that feeling right there. “Buzz words”, he states, “like imagine, feel, do, allow, permit, are all words which act as key commands to arouse a woman.” He then performs a demonstration on a girl called Alexis, telling us “she mentioned she liked guys with great hands. You know how quickly, easily and powerfully you see that yellow ball of beautiful colour and good feeling. I’m going to take some of it, breathe in as it gets bigger, breathe out as it gets smaller. Notice how clearly you can imagine my hands soaked in that colour, right? Deceit should not be necessary for one human being to attract another.
But beware of Casanovas.’ It’s 2000 and Ross Jeffries, the ‘father of seduction,’ is demonstrating hypnotic dating to Louis Theroux as part of his Weird Weekends series. It’s sunny California and we’re back in one of Ross Jeffries’ seminars. He’s not just teaching men linguistic sleight of hand; he’s manipulating them into believing that they should be tricking women into bed. So, for humanity’s sake, if you are in a pub, club, or just the Costa on campus and someone uses the word ‘allow’, ‘permit’, or ‘imagine’ whilst stroking your arm suggestively, and telling you to picture a giant yellow ball, then run for it.