World's Craziest Fools (2011– )

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Mr T searches out the world's daftest people in articles, CCTV footage and home videos.

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Mr T searches out the world's daftest people in articles, CCTV footage and home videos.

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World's Craziest Fools
13 August 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you like watching Rude Tube, looking back on popular YouTube clips, or just the simple stuff like You've Been Framed, looking at captured accidents and whatever, then you might enjoy this show consisting of mostly CCTV, news and recorded stuff. The A-Team star Mr. T, hence the title (because of his catchphrase "I pity the fool"), is on a special mission to find these individuals, the stupidest, clumsiest and most dangerous people in the world, as captured on CCTV. The categories featuring these clips include driving fools, police on a bad day, criminal fools, fools showing off, workman fools, driving fools, parking fools and many more. Also Rupert Vansittart provides narration for the other segments. These include a Top 5 countdown seeing photos of real life incidents of idiocy, e.g. bad parking, drunk people, etc. Also Fool News, these consist of animation to depict a supposedly real story where someone did something stupid or ridiculous that got into the news, such as robbery, fraud, road related stuff, and much more. Animation was also provided to depict a real phone call conversation captured that is so ridiculous that its fantastic, most of them being a call to the police, concerning a kebab, a drunk person, etc. I recognised a few of the clips from other shows similar to this, and having found them myself, but overall, even though Mr. T does read his scripts in a cheesy manner (which is also a good thing), it is good easy comedy viewing. Very good!

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