View Full Version : Unicycle on Jamie Kennedy Experiment
2003-02-07, 03:05 AM
I was channel surfing, and I came upon the Jamie Kennedy TV show. This is a show where they play pranks on people, and video it all. This particular prank was a gameshow(fake) where I suppose to competitors compete. I only saw the end, and there was Jamie Kennedy with a unicycle in his hand. It was a show like starsearch. It was a unicycle, I couldnt make out what kind, but it had a real POS seat. I didnt see enough, but i think he attempted to ride the uni on the stage and failed miserably.
He lost the "show"
Did this happen, or was it something different?
Did anybody see this at all?
2003-02-07, 04:29 AM
It was a spoof competition between him and a little girl. The gilr sang, and sang really well, and then his talent was juggling while riding a unicycle. He had to have help mounting, falling a few times. Then could barely ride (or faking bad) but did ride, and fell when he threw the balls into the air. He was supposed to lose, and lose babely tot he little girl. Before they anounced him losing, they "got to know the constents better".... His story was that his wife just died, he needed direction or something, motivated by his kids he decided to follow his heart and try something...... Then they announce that he lost.... and replayed the judges (who the joke was on) laughing and saying how bad he sucked. THen they had a "problem" with the cameras, had to re-shoot the judges results, but before they did, the unicycle guy pulled the host off to the side and payed him off so that when they re-shot the scene, the unicly guy won, the girl cried, the adience booed, and the judges where shocked. I'd give a better write up, but I have to go to work in about 1 minute.
It was funny, but didn't really help us get away from that whole "unicycles are for clowns" stigma.
ps....The seat had metal rails I think it was one of the "greatest unicycles I have ever scene", sold on eBay for about $75.
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