"Betty White's Off Their Rockers" is a hidden-camera comedy series that takes senior stereotypes and blows them out of the water with a cast of sassy septuagenarians who are hip, sexy and ready to party! America's favorite comedy sweetheart sends a fearless band of senior citizens to the streets to pull shockingly hilarious pranks on the younger generation in this outrageously funny "hidden camera" show unlike anything viewers have ever seen.
America's favorite comedy sweetheart sends a fearless band of senior citizens to the streets to pull shockingly hilarious pranks on the younger generation in this outrageously funny "hidden camera" show. Sassy seniors target unsuspecting young "marks" with their irreverent behavior, from pouring a late spouse's ashes on a favorite park bench or writing up tickets for absurd, made-up violations, to asking strangers to watch a runaway motorized scooter or pretending to see a dead person who appears all too real.
This week, one senior asks for help texting a very intimate message, while another tries to get signatures for a petition allowing only beautiful people to reproduce. Other pranks include a hung over stewardess complaining about passengers at an airport gate waiting area, a senior who needs a lot of help calling a relative in Europe, and a hospital patient with a very unique IV solution served by "The Love Boat" bartender Ted Lange.
This week, a sassy senior takes matters into his own hands when he doesn't like the music played by a street performer, a patient in an ambulance tries to make a daring escape, and a woman at the grocery boldly takes things from the shopping carts of others. Other pranks include a gassy man who isn't welcomed on a shopping mall bench, and a tired senior who falls asleep at the wheel while riding his electric scooter.
This week, two nuns try an innovative approach to raising money for breast awareness, a man decides to make his own alterations on a shirt he likes in a store, and an old man escapes blame for insulting a security guard.
This week, Wink Martindale gets some surprising news while pretending to tape a game show segment, a woman asks for help after getting her dog stuck in an unusual place, and two pranksters set up a metal detector on the street, much to the dismay of two young men who keep setting it off.
This week, a lost skydiver asks for directions, an older woman orders a younger man online and a prankster repeatedly hugs a stranger he insists is a long lost friend. Plus, two nuns delight in tricking men passing by, and a blind man gets out of a convertible and asks for directions.
This week, an old woman asks a young man to buy beer for her because she fears getting carded without her ID, a snack vendor insists on sampling the drinks before she sells them, and two men sitting on bleachers try to enlist another in doing "the wave." Also, a woman propositions a younger man hoping to cross the last thing off her bucket list, and a senior is caught stealing another's walker when the alarm goes off.
Actor and comedian Rob Schneider gets in on the fun this week, guest starring as Betty's shrink, while her pranksters are busy trying to recruit a male friend for a "bromance", offering "free creepy backrubs" to pedestrians walking by and trying a little too hard to prevent littering. Also this week, a man gives citations to mall shoppers for absurd violations, and two old ladies try to interest a young man in a "senior sandwich".