Wikipedia has a little more on the program, called Koko ga hen da yo, nihonjin, though the article isn't that informative:
It consisted to two panels: One was a group of Japanese celebrities notably consisting of Takeshi Kitano, Konishiki, Rui Ramos, and Terry Itō. The other panel was a pool of 100 Japanese-speaking expatriates from around the world voicing, in Japanese, their grievances about their treatment in Japan. From this panel Zomahoun Idossou Rufin or "Number 68" as he was called on the show because of his designated panel number, became a popular foreign celebrity due to his anger on a number of subjects that caused him to talk much faster than native Japanese speakers. The show was unique as it was a departure from the way foreigners are traditionally used on Japanese television that instead of being glorified non-talking set pieces, they could converse and articulate in conjunction with Japanese tarento. articulate in conjunction with Japanese tarento.
Said one commentor on the Japan Probe post:
Oh gawd – not this train wreck of a “show”… someone actually saved the video? All copies should have been burned in a bonfire.
And then Beat Takeshi and anyone else associated with the program should have been thrown in as well. This show made Jery Springer look like a Mensa gathering.