Michael poses as a phone technician and a bartender, and "resurrects" freeze dried animals.
Michael creates otherworldly air while doing scientific research. Later, he serves up gravity-defying rolls at a bakery and takes on the role of a golf instructor, only to get tripped up by a sand trap.
Michael helps a co-worker while remodeling a home. Later, plays pranks on people at a hospital.
Michael becomes a piece of art; Michael loses his head.
A milk carton prank; a shipping store prank; hijinks at a hotel.
Kale connolis stun shoppers in a holistic store; a teddy bear comes to life in a toy store.
Snacks for astronauts; a new kind of movie popcorn; an emotional, self-healing glass figurine.
Michael the karate instructor; a frog necklace; a realistic mannequin.
A corrosive drink is served up by Michael. Later, a trick for sneaker lacing and a woman who rises from the dead.
Michael visits a copy shop and introduces a print-by-hand method. Also: Michael highlights fish fashion trends and mixes it up at an office.
Michael's tricks include a soup fit for space, odd ear wax removal and a mystic massage. Later, a mover travels through time.
Michael nukes some flowers before turning an ant farm into a work of art.
Pranks include: an app that makes coffee; a disposable phone; and a beauty gadget.
Michael makes gold while working in a eyeglass shop. Also, a tanning booth trick is performed.
A collapsing spray can; a shrinking leprechaun costume; a hatching dinosaur egg.
A trick is performed in a convenient store involving winning lottery numbers. Later, a woman is impressed by a gifted child in a toy store and Michael poses as a party planner in Japanese restaurant.
A shrinking wine bottle with a confounding cork; vanishing diamonds in a jewelry store; going green at the car wash.
A light box turns heavy in a sporting goods store; Michael poses as a barista for a glass illusion; a boomerang in a museum; taxidermy mischief.
A duck fools thrift store shoppers; an endless chain of hangers; cheese corks in a liquor store; freezing wine; destroying and reconstructing art in a museum.
A lucky serpent at a Mexican restaurant; metal-melting salsa; a brown bag lunch that keeps on giving; the freshest frozen entrée ever; dead flowers revived.
Broken windows at a car wash; mischief at the dry cleaner's; pet shoppers see fish in a dry water bowl.
Too good to be true toys; Michael poses as a personal trainer who sweats a bucket-full; a disappearing car makes a security guard panic.
Surprising shoppers with items featuring hidden compartments; a raft in a pill; a new way to levitate.
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