" Thankfully, most members of the public bought the rubbery ruse and the result is some captivating improvised comedy.April 2010 Terry Tibbs uses his selling techniques to flog exercise equipment to the unsuspecting crew of Price-Drop TV; Brian Badonde visits an art gallery; there's technical problems at a drive-thru restaurant; and Augustus Kwembe tries to elicit bank account details via hypnotism.Kayvan Novak once again plays the man of mystery, but this time he is up close and personal with his subjects rather than on the other end of a telephone line.
Flick through the comedy history books and the TV prank show doesn't come off too well.
” Over the years he’s honed his natural instincts for pranking strangers into a delicate performance art and, being a vintage Porsche fan, describes it mostly in motoring metaphors.
“Once I win their trust, I’ll take them on a journey…
That’s not to be resentful because I loved playing those parts – I got to meet so many cool actors.” But, he says, it soon began to pall.
"I’d never get that acting job but in my own show I can be whoever I want.
Details April 2010 Terry Tibbs enters the dating scene; Dufrais visits an N-Dubz video shoot; Brian Badonde goes whisky tasting; Iraqi TV meets a Sean Connery lookalike; and Augustus Kwembe installs himself as a Morrison's checkout assistant.