The Most Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller Episode 4 With Fiona Fullerton

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Penn & Teller show the audience how to do the eye-popping trick with creamer. Teller scams some free food with his magic blister removing powder. P&T perform the Room 101 Card Trick which involves bacon, rats and Teller’s head. The guys teach guest Fiona Fullerton how to do the Pasta ala Stigmata trick. Penn tells a childhood story while Teller performs the king of animal traps. They close the show by having the entire Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller show crew swear that they are not using camera tricks.

The Most Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller Episode 3 With Dawn French

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Penn juggles broken bottles after being heckled by a brit. P&T perform the sleepy card trick, guest Dawn French gets to suck out Teller’s eyeball shells. Teller does the thumb trick for Dawn and gets blood all over her. Penn and a woman flirt while fire eating to music. Teller has some fun with a rabbit and a wood chipper and they end the show by swearing on a stack of bibles that they have never and will never use any camera tricks.

The Most Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller Episode 2 With John Cleese

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Penn & Teller teach a few hundred people the disappearing hanky trick. They perform the Chinese water torture card trick with guest John Cleese and explain a card force that you can do at home (with Jon Snow). Also the magicians make bugs appear out of thin air. At the end of the show P&T swear on a king james bible, that belonged to Teller’s grandmother, that they have never and will never use any camera tricks.

The Most Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller Episode 1 With Stephen Fry

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Stephen Fry guest stars in the first episode of The Unpleasant World of Penn & Teller. P&T perform the Real Mans Card Trick, the hanging upside down Are We Live? trick, destroy and restore Stephen Fry’s watch and have an audience member perform a Houdini trick.

“Houdini would have been out by now” – Penn Jillette