Punk'd 9 Seasons 2005

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Season 6
(50) IMDb 6.1/10

6. Punk'd Episode #6.6 TV-PG CC

It's an anatomy of a punk as Ellen Pompeo gets bamboozled in a restaurant, then it's advantage Serena when she turns the tables on sister Venus and punks her.

Starring:
Ashton Kutcher, Al Shearer
Runtime:
20 minutes
Original air date:
December 4, 2005

Punk'd Episode #6.6

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Season 6

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Genres Reality TV, Comedy
Starring Ashton Kutcher, Al Shearer
Supporting actors Andrew Santino, Jason Goldberg, Anne Gregory, Daryl J. Johnson, Dax Shepard, Adam Lustick, Matt Wheeler, Michael O'Hara, Gary 'G. Thang' Johnson, Michael Blaustein, Charles Davis, Luis Fernandez-Gil, Ben Morrison, Chris Elwood, Dana Goodman, Julia Lea Wolov, Johanna Black, Sharon Houston
Season year 2005
Network MTV
Executive Producer Gary Auerbach
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amy Lynn VINE VOICE on March 12, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Very funny show- The set contains 2 disks,
Overview of the Episodes-
Disc 1
Episode 101-
My assistant- In this episode Frankie Muniz ''Malcolm in the Middle'' is led to believe his car is stolen by the valet. He freaks out and starts negotiating with the perp to bring the 200,000 dollar car back.
Repossessed- Justin Timberlake is duped into thinking his home has been repossessed for back taxes. Hes on the brink of tears by the time Ashton comes to reveal its just a gag.
VH1 big in 2002 awards- Kid Ryan Pinkerston asks rude questions to celebrities on the red carpet. This episode has Kid Rock, Pamela Anderson, Ray Liotta, Christina Aguilera and many more. Includes deleted scenes with appearances by Creed, Rob Lowe, Jessica Alba and more.

Episode 102- Shopping Spree- Eliza Dushku thinks she is being framed for shoplifting.
Crib Crashers- Mandy Moore is misled when she believes that she caused a persons home to be destroyed.
He got game- A guy believes he is going up against Oscar De La Hoya in the boxing ring.

Episode 103- Naked Shopper- Jessica Alba is tormented by a naked shopper.
Wilmers Car- Thinking that the SUV belongs to Ashton, a jealous boyfriend in a love triangle fued destroys Wilmer Valderrama's SUV.
Housesitter- Tom Arnold drops off his brat kid with Ashtons newly hired assistant.

Episode 104- Diesal Red Carpet- Ryan Pinkston asks rude questions to celebrities on the red carpet.
Wag the Dog- Kelly Osbourne is given advice on how to improve her image. Also featuring Sharon Osbourne and Justin Timeberlake.
Locksmith Larceny- Three locksmiths are conned into thinking that they are being framed for burglary when they unlock a store.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Fazekas on September 8, 2005
Format: DVD
This is it! Season 2 of Punk'd is easily among the best seasons of the show ever, if not the greatest. And since sadly, it's still the last season of Punk'd to be available on DVD today, it's not like you have much of a choice on which one to purchase anyway.

The segments with Hilary Duff, Katie Holmes, Jaime Pressly and Amber Tamblyn are among the most successful pranks the show has ever done. A person has asked what's the point of owning a TV show and watching an episode you've already seen. It's fun! It makes you laugh out loud and cry from laughing too hard. Like any good comedy, Punk'd can be equally funny on repeat viewing, you might just have to shelve it for a month or two -- but then, really, that's the same for any DVD.

The only two gripes I have with this DVD are the jarringly inferior video quality of the deleted scenes and that the first disc starts with lengthy advertisements for other MTV DVDs. They can be skipped, but you'll have to press your Next Chapter button several times until you finally get to the main menu.

Now if only MTV would finally release the next seasons on DVD...
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By cyclista on January 20, 2004
Format: DVD
Imagine Candid Camera on steroids... done with celebrities! They do a nice job on this show. The host makes sure you know who the celebrities are and explains the practical joke and how it will be set up. But this is not your ordinary practical joke! Imagine this... how do you think Frankie Muniz, the star of "Malcolm in the Middle", reacts when he thinks his very expensive Porsche has been stolen? HA! What a riot!
In general, the transfer to DVD is done nicely. The video in full screen format is very decent, just a little graininess. The video quality is certainly better than cable. The stereo 2.0 sound is acceptable. The voices are very clear and easy to understand. I'm not sure what the movie rating on this would be, but there is plenty of strong language and gestures not used in polite company.
The extras are better than average. Several are very funny, including deleted scenes that you access by pressing enter when an icon appears. There are two bonus pranks that are worth watching. Funny stuff. I love to hear them say, "I got PUNK'T!"
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Fazekas on September 8, 2005
Format: DVD
The first season is always special in a television show's life, especially when they manage to live on for subsequent seasons. Punk'd is now past its 5th season at the time I'm writing this, and the show didn't completely master its present-day formula until its second season.

As such, this season is clearly more experimental and less refined than it has become later on. The most noticeable difference is of course that roughly once per episode, they're pulling pranks on random everyday people, rather than celebrities.

That's not to say this season isn't worth owning; in fact, some would argue Punk'd didn't get any better than this. I don't agree with the latter and don't hold Season 1 too high among my favorites, although there are some fun pranks to be found here, such as the one with Jessica Alba.

Matching the first season's experimental nature, the DVD itself is also less refined than that of Season 2. The most annoying omission is that the feature to watch all bonus deleted segments without having to sit through the original episodes is not yet available here. The presentation is all right otherwise; video quality is nice other than the deleted scenes - an unfortunate trait shared with the Season 2 DVD - and some minor glitches in the second episode's segment with Mandy Moore.
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