Schedule: The Carbonaro Effect

Schedule The Carbonaro Effect

truTV's hit comedic series The Carbonaro Effect features Michael Carbonaro, magician by trade and prankster at heart. In each new episode, Michael performs ingenious tricks on unsuspecting members of the public, all caught on hidden camera. Watch jaws drop when he causes a car to disappear into thin air or turns a tuft of hair into a living puppy. Whether posing as a coffee shop barista, museum curator or seemingly unremarkable store clerk, Michael Carbonaro's effect on people will leave you laughing out loud with his bewildering and thrilling illusions.

For more information about where the show was filmed, go to tourgeorgiafilm.com.

Sun 9/28
12 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

12:30 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

1 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

1:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

2 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

Tue 9/30
10 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

10:30 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

2 am

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

2:30 am

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

Thu 10/02
11 am

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

11:30 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

12 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

12:30 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

1 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

1:30 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

2 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

2:30 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

3 pm

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

3:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

Tue 10/07
10 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

10:30 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

2 am

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

2:30 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

Tue 10/14
10 pm

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

10:30 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

2 am

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

2:30 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

Thu 10/16
10:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

2:30 am

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

Sun 10/19
8 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

8:30 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

12 am

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

12:30 am

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

Tue 10/21
10 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

10:30 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

2 am

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

2:30 am

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

Fri 10/24
10 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

10:30 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

2 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

2:30 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

Sat 10/25
10 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

10:30 pm

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

2 am

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

2:30 am

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

Sun 10/26
8 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

9 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

12 am

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

12:30 am

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

1 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

1:30 am

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

Mon 10/27
11 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

11:30 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

3 am

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

3:30 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

Tue 10/28
11 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

3 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

3:30 am

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

Thu 10/30
10 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

2 am

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

Sat 11/01
9 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

1 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

1:30 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

Sun 11/02
2 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

2:30 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

12:30 am

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

Tue 11/04
11 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

11:30 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

3 am

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

3:30 am

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

Thu 11/06
10 pm

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

2 am

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

Sat 11/08
9 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

9:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

1 am

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

1:30 am

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

Sun 11/09
2 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

2:30 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

8:30 pm

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

12:30 am

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

Tue 11/11
11 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

3 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

3:30 am

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

Thu 11/13
10 pm

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

2 am

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

Sat 11/15
3 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

3:30 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

4 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

4:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

5 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

5:30 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

Sun 11/16
2 pm

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

2:30 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

9 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

1 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

1:30 am

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

Mon 11/17
8 pm

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

12 am

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

12:30 am

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

Tue 11/18
11 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

3 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

3:30 am

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

Thu 11/20
10 pm

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

2 am

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

Sat 11/22
5 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

5:30 pm

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

6 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

6:30 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

Sun 11/23
2 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

2:30 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

9 pm

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

9:30 pm

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

1 am

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

1:30 am

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

Mon 11/24
8 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

11:30 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

12 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

12:30 am

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

3:30 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

Tue 11/25
11:30 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

3:30 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

Thu 11/27
8 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

8:30 pm

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

9 pm

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

9:30 pm

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

10 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 117

12 am

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

12:30 am

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

1 am

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

1:30 am

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

2 am

The Carbonaro Effect 117

Sun 11/30
2 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

2:30 pm

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

9 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

9:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 117

1 am

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

1:30 am

The Carbonaro Effect 117

Mon 12/01
8 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

12 am

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

12:30 am

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

Thu 12/04
9 pm

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 117

10 pm

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

1 am

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

1:30 am

The Carbonaro Effect 117

2 am

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

Fri 12/05
11 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

11:30 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

3 am

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

3:30 am

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

Sun 12/07
2 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

2:30 pm

Maybe it's the Echinacea?

Posing as a Pet Store employee, Michael sells customers on the novelty of pets that can hatch out of balloons, and convinces a hotel valet that he can park a car without even sitting in the driver's seat. Then at the gym, he introduces new workout techniques that boggle the mind of a seasoned fitness enthusiast. TV-PG

9 pm

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

1 am

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

1:30 am

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

Mon 12/08
8 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

11:30 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

12 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

12:30 am

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

3:30 am

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

Thu 12/11
9 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 117

9:30 pm

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

10 pm

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

11 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

1 am

The Carbonaro Effect 117

1:30 am

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

2 am

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

3 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

3:30 am

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

Sun 12/14
7 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

7:30 pm

It's a Makeshift

Michael mystifies laundromat patrons by impossibly multiplying miniscule amounts of detergent, and makes one man's day when he convinces him that he's hit the coin machine jackpot. Then at a thrift store, Michael taps into his musical abilities by turning into a human record player. Plus, as an employee at a shipping store, he astonishingly flips a full bowl of punch without spilling a drop and repeatedly teleports a glass penguin to one customer's dismay. TV-14 L

8 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

9 pm

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

9:30 pm

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

10 pm

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

10:30 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

12 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

12:30 am

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

1 am

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

1:30 am

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

2 am

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

2:30 am

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

Thu 12/18
9 pm

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

10 pm

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

1 am

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

1:30 am

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

2 am

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

Fri 12/19
6 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

6:30 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 117

7 pm

Green Friendly

Michael confuses wine drinkers with an incredible shrinking bottle, and a supposedly deep cork that defies the laws of physics. Then, he bedazzles a jewelry store patron with disappearing diamonds. Later, he heads to the carwash where one woman takes a stand when her "go green" clean takes an unexpected turn. TV-PG L

7:30 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

Sun 12/21
8 pm

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

8:30 pm

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

9 pm

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

9:30 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

12 am

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

12:30 am

Suburban Pimp

Michael gets spooky at an antique store with a vintage voodoo doll and, at a costume store, a Dorothy outfit comes complete with a little dog too. Then, at an arcade, the atmosphere turns from fun to freaky for an employee when Michael gets "zapped" from one game to the next. TV-14 L

1 am

Cause and Effect

In this special episode, Michael breaks the laws of physics with a multitude of tricks, and then introduces new technologies to some very accepting patrons. And what happens when people learn they're on a TV show? Find out when Michael reveals that it's all been an illusion to some of the best marks of Season 1, and see spectacular moments that went terribly awry. TV-14 L

1:30 am

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

Thu 12/25
8 pm

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

8:30 pm

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

9 pm

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

9:30 pm

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

10 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 121

11 pm

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

12 am

The Lizard Law

In a Mexican restaurant, Michael treats incredulous diners to a good luck serpent with their tableside guacamole, and makes salsa so spicy it melts metal. Then, he confuses office coworkers with a never-ending brown bag lunch and a frozen meal that turns out to be alarmingly fresh. Plus, he confounds his new assistant with some tricks of the trade as a real estate agent, including freshening dead flowers right before her eyes. TV-PG L

12:30 am

Out of Bounce

Michael convinces customers to buy toys that couldn't possibly exist, like bubbles that turn into Christmas ornaments when you catch them. Then, as a personal trainer, he makes a client think he actually sweat enough to fill a bucket. Plus, a security guard panics when Michael makes a car disappear on his watch. TV-14 L

1 am

This is not an Orange

Michael confuses variety store customers with products that have secret hideaways; astonishes camping store patrons with rafts that come in pill form; and convinces a woman that a tiny propeller enables human levitation. TV-14 V, L

1:30 am

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

2 am

The Carbonaro Effect 121

3 am

Just a Milker

Michael fishes for trouble in a toy store with pop-up books that contain live animals and, at a health food store, he makes a woman's day by showing her how to milk almonds. Later, a mummy causes an employee to question ancient curses. TV-14 L

3:30 am

A Problem with Chocolate Turtles and Seeds

Posing as a cashier, Michael makes a shopper's face appear on a milk carton and tries to convince her that she really is a missing person. Then, in a shipping store he has customers believing that impossible technology of the future has arrived, like a bowling ball that can be mailed in a flat box. Plus, he has a hotel guest questioning her identity when he swaps her ID, and stumps a valet when he does a disappearing act from his car. TV-14 L

Fri 12/26
6 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

6:30 pm

In Case What?!

Michael stumps a delivery man by pulling live crabs out of a Chinese food order and leaves a mother and daughter in disbelief by using a spinning bowl to extract peanuts from candy. Plus, he puts one man in a serious ethical dilemma. TV-14 L

7 pm

Just During the Previews

Michael tests gravity when he floats the idea of astronaut snacks; his darkness-triggering popcorn is too newfangled for one movie goer; and he astonishes an antique store employee with glass figurines that feel emotion and repair themselves! TV-PG L

7:30 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

Sun 12/28
7 pm

Out of Control

Michael stuns customers in a holistic store by treating them to kale cannolis that are too good to be true. Later, while working in a toy store, Michael shocks his coworker by bringing a large teddy bear to life. TV-PG

7:30 pm

Serious déjà vu

Posing as a bartender, Michael turns water into liquor and convinces a self-proclaimed experienced drinker that distillation is a lie. Then, Michael heads to a coffee shop and blows the minds of customers who see but don't believe. Later, he makes a man question the cosmic universe when he gives him an epic case of déjà vu. TV-PG L

8 pm

The Carbonaro Effect 121

8:30 pm

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

11 pm

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

12 am

The Carbonaro Effect 121

12:30 am

Might be Trippin'

Filling in as a karate instructor, Michael disrupts the Zen of his student with skills that literally lift him off the ground, and at a toy store, Michael's frog necklace is so fashionably realistic that it has one little girl begging for a new pet. Then at a military outfitting store, Michael and an employee put together a clothing display that puts the "man" in mannequin. TV-14 L

3 am

A Waddle, A Scratch...

Posing as a thrift store employee, Michael makes shoppers believe that a real waddling duck is just a lifelike decoy, and confuses clerks with a never-ending chain of hangers. Then, he convinces liquor store customers that some corks are made of cheese and a wine can freeze on command. Plus, in a museum he shocks a gullible new employee by destroying a priceless piece then impossibly reconstructing it. TV-14 L

3:30 am

Don't Freeze Me!

At a sporting goods store, a confused customer debates the laws of physics with Michael after he suddenly makes a lightweight box impossibly heavy. Then as a barista, Michael shows café patrons that glass is not nearly as impenetrable as it seems. Plus, he spooks museum workers when he shows that boomerangs really do always come back, and that taxidermy is a less than permanent solution. TV-PG

Mon 12/29
11 pm

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

11:30 pm

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L

3 am

Just Smash It Out

Michael convinces car wash patrons that he broke their window, only to miraculously fix it with the push of a button. Then, dry cleaning customers are confused when Michael is suddenly wearing their clothes in the blink of an eye. Plus, he has pet store shoppers convinced that they're seeing multiple fish in an empty water bowl. TV-14 L

3:30 am

An Elevated Ferret Alert

Posing as an interior designer, Michael stumps his new assistant who can't escape the ground floor of a home due to a disappearing staircase. Then in an office waiting room, he frustrates a bored woman who desperately tries to do some light reading. Finally at a car wash, he uses a unique method to retrieve keys that were locked in a car, and horrifies a woman who does not want new furry friends. TV-14 L