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Derren Brown

Derren Brown in the U.S.A. posing as a spiritualist medium. He is using a trick technique called cold reading. Still more convincing than bloody Derek Acorah!

"I'm getting someone! is it Mac? Mac the Slipper! no! Jack the Ripper!"

 

 

 

 

 

Here Brown takes on nine world class chess players simultaneously. He doesn't beat them all but by trickery he wins the majority.

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When Harry Enfield Was Funny

This hilarious clip from the 90's sees Mr Cholmley-Warner explain 'Congugal Unpleasantness' with the assistance of Grayson and Mrs. Grayson.

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