I've been eagerly awaiting the premeire of FX's new show "30 Days" and I have to say that after seeing it tonight, I enjoyed it a lot. Now, understand that I've not seen "Super Size Me" yet, that may be why I liked it, but the two main reasons I'm posting this thread are for the fact that I want to see how this show is playing with everyone, and secondly because I can't find a thread about it here. Anyway, on the first episode, Spurlock and his fiancee tackle minimum wage, and for those who have yet to enter the world (like myself), this is an eye-opening experience. They live 30 days on minimum wage in Columbus, Ohio and strip away all their credit cards and cash and get regular jobs. A lot of things happen during this episode that I don't want to tell, but when you see it, you'll understand what I mean. This is a show that will not only open your eyes, but it will also make you laugh as well. It is a reality show, but unlike others, its gimmick doesn't lead to anything overly prictable. There is no voting and there is no commercialism. This is the real truths that we see in America. It is one hell of a show, and I think you'll all like it to. In my opinion, FX has struck agian. My rating: ***1/2 out of **** My review is in. Let the discussion begin. What does everyone else think of this show?