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Not Reality. Actuality.
Sierra Volcano- Michael performs ingenious tricks on unsuspecting members of the public, all caught on hidden camera. Whether posing as a barista or seemingly unremarkable store clerk, Michael'S Effect on people will have you laughing out loud
A judgmental know-it-all gets a dose of her own medicine, and then a gold digger competes for love but winds up an old maid. Finally, a pretty boy is left speechless when a breakup suddenly turns into a break-in.
Hood Beef - FOTP brings justice served Lucas Bros.-style, an unusually timid hood beef with guest star J.D. Williams, and wrestling stars, D'Lo Brown and Tatanka. Plus, Eric Andre makes an appearance to discuss a media mogul's controversial purchase.
Double Dare - FOTP sketches include banned scenes from Double Dare (starring Marc Summers), a man afflicted with waffle hands, and bone-crunching action from the Concussion League. Plus, guest star David Alan Grier fires a super hero.
Beard-Off - Kevin and Brooke put the best shaving hacks to the test in the ultimate beard-off, and find out if using a drill to eat corn is hack or wack. They'll welcome toothpaste into the All-Star Club and use pencil lead to make a light bulb.
Xtra The Many Uses of Duct Tape- From a makeshift remote control pouch to a cheap and easy bug catcher, duct tape can be almost anything.
Xtra Ain't No Party Like a Hacked House Party- Throw the most epic (and easiest) rager ever with some useful party tricks
Xtra Best of the Lazy Cook- The most delicious recipes are the ones that take little to no effort
Xtra Battle of the Makeup Removers- Which is a better method to remove makup: cucumbers or vegetable shortening?
Xtra Hypothetically Speaking- Host Brooke and Kevin answer rapid-fire questions about themselves.
Xtra Wack Hacks- Hacks might sound good in theory but sometimes they cause even more problems
The guys head to the park asking strangers to agree with their bizarre points of view, then give classless lessons about real estate. Plus, tonight's loser finds himself in a harrowing race to the finish at the racetrack.
The cars get asked a variety of questions, from pop culture to moral dilemmas. They discuss how far they'd go for love and argue over which gender is grosser in the bathroom. Plus, they take a break to sing along to Katy Perry.
Girl Scouts to Game of Thrones - Tonight, take a journey with the Fine Brothers as they learn that rice was used as mortar in the Great Wall of China, and in 2012, there were 21 babies named Daenerys as a nod to the Mother of Dragons.
Shakespeare to the Harlem Shake - Take a journey with the Fine Brothers as they learn: there are 25 moons named after Shakespearean characters, it rains diamonds on Uranus, and the biggest Harlem Shake video consisted of 70k participants.