CBS won’t stop with Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd, giving them another show (web only, thankfully)

Big Brother and Amazing Race cast members Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd have been given yet another show by CBS, though this will air online only and follow the couple as they travel Route 66.

The 10 episodes of Jeff & Jordan Do America, which is similar in name and stars to Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, will follow them “as they make their way from Chicago to their new home together in Los Angeles,” and they will be “exploring Route 66′s unique landmarks–from the Grand Canyon to a giant bottle of Catsup–and planning surprise activities for one another along the way, some death-defying and others that are purely romantic.”

That they’re moving to Los Angeles probably doesn’t bode well, at least for those who’d rather never see them on television again. Here’s a preview, during which their folksy, cutesy interaction seems more forced then ever before, or perhaps I’m just a hater.

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