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There is no Next Episode of The Carbonaro Effect planned.
Tonight, while playing a dentist, Michael astounds patients with molar radio transmissions and floss-able government trackers. Then while appraising art, a once extinct species is sprung to life and Michael's style becomes instantly abstract. Finally, an unusual brew stirs a ghostly hallucination that will make your jaw drop.
In tonight's episode, while working at a tattoo parlor Michael gets some killer ink in a flash and turns tan lines into blurred lines. Then, it's SNAKES ON A SEDAN when a sinister serpent ambushes a routine car checkup. And down on the docks, one unlucky gentleman learns an unforgettable lesson about shrinkage.
Michael unearths a mutant turtle from a mystical Peruvian clay, a woman is blown away when 2 adorable bunnies become 8, and to top it off, a hapless carpenter becomes an accidental time traveler when a potent new glue has him coming undone.
Tonight, working at a candy shop, Michael's customers are the real suckers when a live scorpion gets freed from a lollipop. Later, Michael's new instant cocktail invention has one man so drunk with envy he wants to invest! And in the big finish, a cursed mirror turns simple reflections into eerie duplicated reality.
"The Doughy Parts": In tonight's episode, while working at an office, Michael goes from suave to slacker in the blink of an eye and bites off more than he can chew when he gets the munchies for an unusual bagel. Then at a museum, one man is flabbergasted to discover that his painter's touch is worth thousands. Finally, at a pool club, Michael and his strange friend are in the deep end with security, and it's headed for a blowup.
That's Voodoo: In tonight's episode, while at the mall, Michael wows shoppers with the astounding talents of earth's creepiest creatures, unveiling snakes that soothe and spiders that stitch. Then, at an art supply store, one woman is joyfully stunned to find she's a natural-born wood whittler. And in the eerie conclusion, an abandoned house gets possessive and won't let go of its precious things.
Michael serenades a clam while posing as a cook; a spirited trick leaves one man questioning the afterlife.
When Michael opens a shocking package at a shipment warehouse, a man goes hog wild. And while pigs may not fly, Michael proves that kittens can. Later, Michael poses as a shoe salesman to take the pressure off a stunned athlete and to help a shopper feel the sand between his toes. Plus, a two-faced trick unmasks a chink in a woman's armor when she believes a curse transforms a man right before her eyes.
While working in an art supply store, Michael astounds a customer with a forceful framing device, shocks a patron who can't see the whole picture, and becomes a piece of art. Then, as a bank teller, Michael brings new meaning to instant cash, and horses around when a guard is stunned by an unexpected deposit. And later, a woman goes haywire when Michael literally loses his head.
While posing as a security guard, Michael turns a metal detector into a microwave, exposes a surveillance operation that leaves one woman speechless, and finds himself in the line of fire. Then Michael's head spins out of control while working as a chiropractor, and a patient is stretched beyond his limits. And later, a mover is dumbfounded when a woman rises from the ashes.
Michael refreshes stale-as-cardboard nachos, peels back the truth behind a counterfeit bill and unveils the latest in cellular soda machine technology. Then, he sells a horn that is literally music to customers' ears and explains how a clarinet's origin is tied to a hungry chinchilla. But what will happen when Michael performs a trick that breathes new life into a T-Rex?
While working at a juicery, Michael serves up a drink that can eat away at anything, and pushes a cleanse so organic it creates a living organism. As a shoe salesman, Michael astounds a customer with new sneaker lacing technology and proves that it's not always easy filling ones shoes. Then later, Michael tricks an assistant into thinking a woman rose from the dead for a rose.
As a salesman, Michael pushes a single- serve soup machine fit for space travel and amazes patrons with an ear wax removal kit that takes DIY candles to a shocking level. When working at a spa, Michael stuns a massage therapist when a healing stone gets stuck in a client, and later exfoliation turns into de-worming. Finally, a trick throws a mover into a time warp when he sees the future and repeats the past.
While working as a florist, Michael nukes petal popping flowers, sheds light on frog mutation, and turns an ant farm into a work of art. Then as a salesman, Michael shows customers the best buys in the gadget world—from a morphing pen to a clothing machine that promises one size can fit all. And later in the park, Michael shocks a passerby when he walks his cat-dog, and stuns another with a surprising delivery from up above.