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Sad that there is a think like Punk'd now, which is just candid camera by unfunny people because now everyone thinks they can do it. Outside of Jamie Kennedy, this genre has never been done well and this version is the absolute worst.
One segment has a female security guard at a supermarket telling unsuspecting women patrons that they will have to leave their purse at the door and she will have to inspect them because of shoplifters. This goes on for a while until she finally tells them they've been "pranked" (compared to "punked" or "x'd"). Where's the JOKE????? What's funny about that? I watched with my jaw open in completely amazement at how amazingly unfunny it was.
Another running gag is a lady on a hospital bed in the street talks to people who walk by. Amazingly UNFUNNY.
Pretty much every segment is like this, as if it was written by high school students who watched the Jamie Kennedy show and wanted to do their own version. It's amazingly bad and the fact ANY network ever paid to have this show is a mystery and shows you the state of TV today.
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