Excellent "candid camera" type show had lots of laughs
This show was hilarious. The cast would go out into the public and entice unwitting passersby to do something absurd for a little money. They would increase the offer to win volunteers, but the most they paid was a couple of hundred dollars. One show had a businessman in a large city get down on all fours, out on the sidewalk, while letting the supposed customer put an English riding saddle on him. The "customer" then sat on the saddle and had him move around; so he could get the "feel of the saddle". I would love to buy a copy of their shows. Another show had female passersby yodeling to construction workers through a megaphone. Each episode consisted of 3 or 4 different gags in which the cast members went out into the public with cash. The overhead on the show had to be quite low. I believe if it was brought back today it would be quite successful, in view of the interest in reality shows and funny home videos.
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