Celebrity participants will include Nick Jonas, Martha Stewart, Tim Gunn
CBS brings back "I Get That a Lot" in a one-hour special Wednesday, May 19, at 8 p.m.
The reality show, which debuted April 1, 2009, features celebrities who work in ordinary jobs and trick unsuspecting citizens into thinking they're mistaken about who they're dealing with.
Celebrity participants include Wayne Brady ("Let's Make a Deal") working behind the front desk at a nice hotel; style icon Tim Gunn behind the counter at a fast food joint; Nick Jonas working at a girls clothing shop; country superstar Wynonna Judd selling tires; Jay Mohr ("Gary Unmarried") as a coffeehouse barista; and Martha Stewart as a craft store employee.
The last time CBS ran "I Get That a Lot," on Jan. 6, the show won its time period in households (5.2/08), viewers (8.50m), adults 25-54 (3.4/09), adults 18-49 (2.9/08) and adults 18-34 (2.3/07).
The show is produced by LMNO Entertainment, with Eric Schotz the executive producer and Ed Horwitz and Peter Cohen co-executive producers.