A burning trick causes blisters; an assistant is found in an unusual place; a traveling card trick is performed; objects are mind fused. Also: mentalism; a trick involving cups of water; special sandals; magical dots.
An eye-popping trick shocks an audience; Margaret Cho learns how sharp blades can be; Hollywood Boulevard is closed for an illusion; soda cans explode; a magician's knowledge of the solar system baffles an audience.
A Rubik's Cube is solved in minutes; levitating cards baffle tourists; a secret hiding place is revealed; a personal texting service proves to be impressive. Also: Magicians amaze Jill Whelan and Ronn Moss.
A pasta surprise awaits Joe Mantegna at his own restaurant; Carolyn Hennesy is lasered in two; a premonition is made with poker chips; bottles get recycled in a new way; the powers of the mind are put on display.
Stage magic is performed on the street in Los Angeles; a model turns from red to blue; George Washington receives a black eye; and folks in London get a surprise above the River Thames. Performers include Kyle Marlett.
A cell phone vanishes and then reappears in a toy machine; 3-D magic is performed on a tablet; cards appear in wacky places; and onlookers see a levitation on Hollywood Boulevard. Performers include Naathan Phan.
An item is pulled from an eye, a version of three-card Monte is played in London and real items materialize from a tablet in the series premiere of this show about underground street magicians. Performers include Johnny Ace Palmer.