Jamie Kennedy Experiment

  • 2002
  • 3 Seasons

It's `Candid Camera' for the young crowd as Kennedy targets victims via pranks and practical jokes. He disguises himself as a variety of characters to set up unknowing marks for elaborate `experiments' that, upon their conclusion, are punctuated by his telling them, `You've been X'd.'

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Season 3 Episode Guide

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 22

April 29, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 21

April 22, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 20

April 15, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 19

April 8, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 18

April 1, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 17

March 25, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 15

March 11, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 14

March 4, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 13

February 5, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 16

January 29, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 12

January 15, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 11

January 8, 2004

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 10

November 20, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 9

November 13, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 8

November 6, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 7

October 30, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 6

October 23, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 5

October 16, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 4

October 9, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 3

October 2, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 2

September 25, 2003

Jamie Kennedy Experiment

Season 3, Episode 1

September 18, 2003

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  • Premiered: January 13, 2002
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: It's `Candid Camera' for the young crowd as Kennedy targets victims via pranks and practical jokes. He disguises himself as a variety of characters to set up unknowing marks for elaborate `experiments' that, upon their conclusion, are punctuated by his tel… (more)

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