Totally Outrageous Behavior (2003–2005)
"Stupid Behavior: Caught on Tape" (original title)

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20 June 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This show is pretty much the same as all the other ones which feature stuff 'caught on tape', with all sorts of funny clips being shown and an explanation given over the voice-over of what's going on, and then you see the clips again and again in slow-motion. There's a few jokes in there as well which are quite funny, like after a clip where a police officer got a man out of his car and the guy had backless trousers on so you could see his bum, the voice-over goes 'He's lucky he wasn't arrested for possession of crack'.

But the weird thing is, loads of the clips are from England (where I'm from) but several of them are either nothing to do with what the voice-over says they are, or just plain fake! For example, last night they showed a clip from the TV series Maid Marrion (if that's how it's spelt), not an outtake or anything, just a clip from the show where the guy's rapping and walks into a tree. But the voice-over goes, 'During a video shoot for his new single, Jamaican singer Danny John-Jules forgets to look where he's going'. Probably because Americans won't have seen the show they wouldn't know, but surely there's enough real clips out there that they don't just have to put scenes in from English comedy shows?


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