Ghost realtors, fly funerals and porn-detecting polygraph tests -- they're all part of the mad genius marketing plans of comedian and self-proclaimed business expert Nathan Fielder on his headline-making (Dumb Latte, anyone?), second season.
The owner of a toy company butts heads with Nathan over the best way to advertise to kids.
There's now only one way for kids between the ages of three and eight to show that they don't wear diapers.
Nathan explains a security service that would allay women's fears of being murdered while on a first date.
Nathan interviews candidates with Starbucks experience to see if they'd be a good fit at his parody coffee shop.
Nathan starts writing and performing joke songs to establish himself as a local parody artist.
Nathan pitches a completely legal way to sell alcohol to underage customers.
Nathan demonstrates his method of secretly spraying a hotel for bugs.
The owner of a pet store agrees to let Nathan advertise her business in a pet cemetery.
Bewildered by the negative reactions he seems to engender in people, Nathan hires a focus group to help him become likeable.
When a judge tells him that he could be charged with fraud, Nathan acts fast to protect himself.
A souvenir shop cashes in on the allure of a Hollywood film shoot.
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