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'Hookers: Saved on the Strip' -- Yep, it's a Show

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 18th 2010 4:20PM
Annie LobertYou guys may not pay as much attention to Investigation Discovery as much as you do to other cable channels, but you might want to check out 'Hookers: Saved on the Strip.' Yes, you read that title right.

The description of 'Hookers: Saved on the Strip' (Dec. 8 at 10PM) reads like the plot of a B-movie: Annie Lobert, a former call-girl, trolls the streets of Las Vegas looking to save prostitutes through her faith-based organization Hookers for Jesus. With the Church at South Las Vegas backing her, Lobert established the Destiny House, a sort of halfway house for prostitutes. At Destiny House, Lobert strives to provide a safe environment for these women restarting their lives.

The series will not only follow Lobert as she works to help three women rebuild their lives outside of prostitution, but it will also document Lobert's life with her husband, Oz Fox, the lead guitarist of Stryper, a heavy metal Christian rock band.

Will Investigation Discovery make hookers the new little people? Time will tell. Check out a preview of the series below.

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Joe Joe Harpcat Eche

To "Cute Teen" Nice. You don't know anything about Annie, but you call her a loser? Interesting how easy it is for a nobody like you to dis someone who has lived out more struggle, and more success and purpose out of her life than you have likely even dreamed of.

If you don't like the show that is one thing, but firing off pejoratives at people you do not even know, makes you look like a total child.

February 01 2012 at 6:28 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Cute Teen

this show is dumb... Annie Lobert is a loser... also who would ever pay Desiree for sex?... she is butt-Ugly...

grand-larceny? oh thats right nobody was paying her for sex cuz shes ugly... i hope they CANCEL THIS SHOW

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