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Now You See It season 1 episodes list:
Dynamo features alongside the next generation of incredibly talented people who share their amazing skills via social media. And we'll enjoy the moments some of them would rather forget when their magic spells failed to work...
Dynamo features alongside a car with an invisible driver, a man taking his legs for a walk and people doing magic for their cats, dogs and even their baby. Plus more of the moments some of them would rather forget when their magic spells fail to work...
More footage of jaw-dropping illusions, crazy stunts and baffling tricks. Mel Giedroyc takes a look through clips of magicians and performers from all over the world getting it wondrously right, but sometimes horribly and hilariously wrong.
Prepare for more jaw-dropping magic and extraordinary pranks from the best in the business, including grapes that can float into your mouth, a man who likes to disguise himself as an armchair and strange goings-on in a fish and chip shop. Introducing top magicians from around the world, as well as showcasing some of the moments where the magic failed to work. Whoever said balancing on a bowling ball would be easy?
This episode features more magic tricks, bizarre stunts, embarrassing fails and of course the answer to the eternal question 'where on Earth is Debbie McGee?' Also including clips of traffic wardens being befuddled by a magician, a youngster skating underneath parked cars, a card trick performed during a skydive and an eye-popping illusion with a Rubik's cube.
Mel Giedroyc is our guide though another collection of clips from the worlds of magic, stunts and pranks. There's animal magic from a cat on a magic carpet and a tortoise doing the classic cup and ball trick, a terrified Nicole Scherzinger is driven at breakneck speed along a twisty road by a mind reader who can't see where he's going, there's a trick in a working office when a magician disappears into a photocopier, and this week the show's own viewers dazzle us with their magic powers - floating satsumas, showing just how easy it is to escape from a straitjacket, levitating a banknote, and demonstrating that hypnotism doesn't always go to plan. Some of the very best in magic is combined with a few of those moments the performer would much rather forget. And the answer to our weekly question 'Where on Earth is Debbie McGee?' has an extra-terrestrial answer.
Now You See It has scoured the archives to bring you another collection of some of the world's best illusions, alongside a few moments the magicians might wish had never been caught on camera. There's footage of bewildering stunts, cheeky camera tricks, bizarre performances and talented pets mixed in with the magic. See someone floating in mid-air between two four-storey buildings, beer being poured from a tablet computer, a man jumping off a moving speedboat to catch a frisbee, and find out how a Star Trek transporter illusion is actually done. Mel Giedroyc guides us through the clips and remembers to ask that most crucial of questions, 'Where on Earth is Debbie McGee?'.
Another half hour of eye-catching clips features the best and worst of magic alongside stunts, pranks and fails from all over the world. See Dynamo take his nan on a magical shopping trip, a hedgehog performing extraordinary feats with a hat, a young Jedi making a mess in a toyshop with his lightsaber and, in Japan, a magician pick up his cooked food and bring it back to life in front of a restaurant full of disbelieving diners. Throw in a couple of mishaps with yo-yos and a reminder of why you should never give your phone to a magician, with Mel Giedroyc's cheeky commentary, and you've got that Now You See It mix of the good, the bad and the funny.