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->''"Creator/AshtonKutcher, the famous actor and professional manchild, hosted Creator/{{MTV}}'s ''Punk'd'', a hidden camera show where a team of terrible actors attempted to inflict emotional damage on unsuspecting celebrities, usually by pretending to do something horrible to a stranger and then blaming it on the person being pranked. Sounds hilarious, right? It's as if the creator had seen [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] "prank" Ned Flanders into thinking his family had been killed, but he didn't get the joke."''

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->''"Creator/AshtonKutcher, the famous actor and professional manchild, hosted Creator/{{MTV}}'s ''Punk'd'', a hidden camera show where a team of terrible actors attempted to inflict emotional damage on unsuspecting celebrities, usually by pretending to do something horrible to a stranger and then blaming it on the person being pranked. Sounds hilarious, right? It's as if the creator had seen [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] "prank" 'prank' Ned Flanders into thinking his family had been killed, but he didn't get the joke."''


** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Music/JustinBieber didn't think this, though. As Rob is a Creator/MTV star, and knows the show ''Punk'd'' very well.

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** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Music/JustinBieber didn't think this, though. As Rob is a Creator/MTV Creator/{{MTV}} star, and knows the show ''Punk'd'' very well.


** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Music/JustinBieber didn't think this though. As Rob is a MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd very well.

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** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Music/JustinBieber didn't think this this, though. As Rob is a MTV Creator/MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd ''Punk'd'' very well.



** When Creator/MatthewPerry was featured, he never seemed to buy into the set-up[[note]] a stolen car he was being shown to possibly buy[[/note]]. Even when the cops showed up he wasn't fazed.
** Ashton "quitting" the show after the second series in-part as an attempt to pull one on the audience, and in-part to stop people from immediately figuring out they were being punk'd. When he ended the show in 2007, it was again due to it becoming harder to catch people off-guard.

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** When Creator/MatthewPerry was featured, he never seemed to buy into the set-up[[note]] a stolen car he was being shown to possibly buy[[/note]]. Even when the cops showed up up, he wasn't fazed.
** Ashton "quitting" the show after the second series series, in-part as an attempt to pull one on the audience, and in-part to stop people from immediately figuring out they were being punk'd.Punk'd. When he ended the show in 2007, it was again due to it becoming harder to catch people off-guard.



* UnnecessaryCombatRoll: On Creator/SethGreen's episode, where he had been tricked into believing that a craps game he was at was being raided by cops, one of them did a roll on the floor after [[SuperWindowJump crashing though a glass door]]. After learning it was all a prank Green commented about the guy doing the roll which he thought was "completely unnecessary" at the time.

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* UnnecessaryCombatRoll: On Creator/SethGreen's episode, where he had been tricked into believing that a craps game he was at was being raided by cops, one of them did a roll on the floor after [[SuperWindowJump crashing though a glass door]]. After learning it was all a prank prank, Green commented about the guy doing the roll which he thought was "completely unnecessary" at the time.


->''"Creator/AshtonKutcher, the famous actor and professional manchild, hosted Creator/{{MTV}}'s Punk'd, a hidden camera show where a team of terrible actors attempted to inflict emotional damage on unsuspecting celebrities, usually by pretending to do something horrible to a stranger and then blaming it on the person being pranked. Sounds hilarious, right? It's as if the creator had seen [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] "prank" Ned Flanders into thinking his family had been killed, but he didn't get the joke."''

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->''"Creator/AshtonKutcher, the famous actor and professional manchild, hosted Creator/{{MTV}}'s Punk'd, ''Punk'd'', a hidden camera show where a team of terrible actors attempted to inflict emotional damage on unsuspecting celebrities, usually by pretending to do something horrible to a stranger and then blaming it on the person being pranked. Sounds hilarious, right? It's as if the creator had seen [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] "prank" Ned Flanders into thinking his family had been killed, but he didn't get the joke."''



** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Justin Bieber didn't think this though. As Rob is a MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd very well.

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** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Justin Bieber Music/JustinBieber didn't think this though. As Rob is a MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd very well.


A CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on Creator/{{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in the {{Revival}} in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.

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A CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) 2012) airing on Creator/{{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in the {{Revival}} in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.


** Ashton "quitting" the show after the second series in-part an attempt to pull one on the audience, and in-part to stop people from immediately figuring out they were being punk'd. When he ended the show in 2007, it was again due to it becoming harder to catch people off-guard.

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** Ashton "quitting" the show after the second series in-part as an attempt to pull one on the audience, and in-part to stop people from immediately figuring out they were being punk'd. When he ended the show in 2007, it was again due to it becoming harder to catch people off-guard.


** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ‘’immediately’’ after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Justin Bieber didn't think this though. As Rob is a MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd very well.

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** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ‘’immediately’’ ''immediately'' after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Justin Bieber didn't think this though. As Rob is a MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd very well.

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** The prank on Rob Dyrdek. Almost ‘’immediately’’ after the scene started playing out, Rob had already started calling out how fake this all was. Clearly Justin Bieber didn't think this though. As Rob is a MTV star, and knows the show Punk'd very well.


->''"Ashton Kutcher, the famous actor and professional manchild, hosted MTV’s Punk’d, a hidden camera show where a team of terrible actors attempted to inflict emotional damage on unsuspecting celebrities, usually by pretending to do something horrible to a stranger and then blaming it on the person being pranked. Sounds hilarious, right? It’s as if the creator had seen [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] “prank” Ned Flanders into thinking his family had been killed, but he [[MisaimedFandom didn’t get the joke]]."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}'''''

A CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on Creator/{{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.

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->''"Ashton Kutcher, [[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/punkd.jpg]]

->''"Creator/AshtonKutcher,
the famous actor and professional manchild, hosted MTV’s Punk’d, Creator/{{MTV}}'s Punk'd, a hidden camera show where a team of terrible actors attempted to inflict emotional damage on unsuspecting celebrities, usually by pretending to do something horrible to a stranger and then blaming it on the person being pranked. Sounds hilarious, right? It’s It's as if the creator had seen [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] “prank” "prank" Ned Flanders into thinking his family had been killed, but he [[MisaimedFandom didn’t didn't get the joke]].joke."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}'''''

-->-- '''''Website/{{WrestleCrap}}''''', [[http://wrestlecrap.com/inductions/punkd/ "Induction: WWE Wrestlers on Punk'd – So named because "Jackass" was already taken"]]

A CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on Creator/{{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival the {{Revival}} in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.


** When [[Series/{{Friends}} Matthew Perry]] was featured, he never seemed to buy into the set-up[[note]] a stolen car he was being shown to possibly buy[[/note]]. Even when the cops showed up he wasn't fazed.

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** When [[Series/{{Friends}} Matthew Perry]] Creator/MatthewPerry was featured, he never seemed to buy into the set-up[[note]] a stolen car he was being shown to possibly buy[[/note]]. Even when the cops showed up he wasn't fazed.


* ProductionPosse: Over the course of the show's original run, Ashton proceeded to prank the majority of his ''Series/That70sShow'' co-stars, with the single exception being Creator/TopherGrace.


* ProductionPosse: Over the course of the show's original run, Ashton proceeded to prank the majority of his ''Series/That70sShow'' co-stars, with the single exception being Topher Grace.

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* ProductionPosse: Over the course of the show's original run, Ashton proceeded to prank the majority of his ''Series/That70sShow'' co-stars, with the single exception being Topher Grace.Creator/TopherGrace.


A CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on {{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.

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A CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on {{MTV}}, Creator/{{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.


A HiddenCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on {{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.

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A HiddenCameraPrank-type CandidCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on {{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.


A RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on {{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.

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A HiddenCameraPrank-type RealityTV show (2003-2007; 2012-) airing on {{MTV}}, first hosted by Creator/AshtonKutcher and then, in TheRevival in 2012, by a series of celebrity hosts for each episode. It focused on pranking celebrities, with varying reactions from temper tantrums to tears.



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