A 'Candid Camera' type show where Jamie Kennedy pranks unsuspecting bystanders. Using several of his famous persona (B-Rad Gluckman etc...) Kennedy makes his way into seemingly normal daily... See full summary »
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A 'Candid Camera' type show where Jamie Kennedy pranks unsuspecting bystanders. Using several of his famous persona (B-Rad Gluckman etc...) Kennedy makes his way into seemingly normal daily situations to push people's buttons. A 'Punk'd' like show with the average American, maybe yourself, being the target of his social 'X-periments' Written by Matt Shewey

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The con is on! See more »

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13 January 2002 (USA)  »

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JKX: Jamie Kennedy Experiment  »

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I WANT MORE!
19 May 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show is so funny. Jamie Kennedy is genius. I am a Jamie Kennedy, so I started to watch this show the first time it aired, and have been watching it ever since. I didn't want to write a summary about it until the season ended, just in case some episodes were good and other weren't. Now the first seasons is over, and I can tell you that all the episodes are great.

I think he is best as the judge. After each episode, you keep wanting more. It's like a tease, how it's only 30 minutes; but the whole 30 minutes are filled with laughter.

If you haven't watched this show, you are missing out. Way better than Tom Green, way better than Jackass, not as explicit as CKY but just (if not more) funny.


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