Based loosely on "Candid Camera," this show features hidden camera segments used to get revenge on a friend or teach him/her a lesson.
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Based loosely on "Candid Camera," this show features hidden camera segments used to get revenge on a friend or teach him/her a lesson.

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Lost some of it's charm in the second season, but it's still got some funny moments.
18 August 2002 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Spy TV did lose some of it's humorous charm in this second season, but I think that it's still pretty funny. One of many situation is when a man who was the youngest child of his family (and who thinks he's the least loved) tricks his mother into thinking that he's in a porta-potty that has been lifted by a helicopter, to be trashed on a mountain. At first I thought it was a bit cruel, but then I realized that the most funny thing was, the mother didn't really react. She just talked on some walkie-talkie, and didn't show any emotions at first. Sorry if it sounds cruel, but it's true! So if you want a few laughs, watch Spy tv. I have a feeling it won't be back for a third season though. BTW, did anyone else notice the new host Ali Landry moves constantly? Her whole body girates back and forth while she's talking. That also is funny. I wonder if they do that on purpose...:)


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