A PATIENT ATTACHED TO AN I.V. ATTEMPTS TO GET INTO A TAXI CAB,
AS MORE UNSUSPECTING VICTIMS FALL PREY TO THE HIDDEN CAMERA
ON ABC'S "JUST FOR LAUGHS"
"Episode 103" � Laugh-out-loud gags include a "blind" guy "relieving" himself on people in a pool; a woman in an ice chest; an elderly lady asking for assistance with her groceries, only to drive away without them; a patient attached to an I.V. attempting to get into a taxi cab; elevator doors closing on the injured foot of a guy in a wheelchair; a delivery guy returning to his car, only to find a large, barking dog inside; and a Polaroid camera that zooms in too close on a woman's breast, on "Just for Laughs," TUESDAY, JULY 31 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (Rebroadcast. OAD 7/17/07)
Rick Miller hosts.
"Just for Laughs" television shows are seen in over 125 countries and on over 95 airlines around the world, and in the past have been seen in the U.S. on MTV, Showtime, HBO, BBC America and Fox. Its annual festival is the world's largest and most prestigious comedy event, welcoming over two million people each summer. Over the years, the festival has featured some of the top comics in the world, including Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Dave Chappelle, Ray Romano and Tim Allen. This year it celebrates its 25th anniversary. Each year over 1,000 industry executives are drawn to what is considered the hottest breeding ground for new talent. The company successfully tours across the globe, bringing some of the festival's best talent to Canada, the U.S. and Asia, and has personal management offices in Los Angeles, Paris and Montreal.
"Just for Laughs" is broadcast with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. This program carries a TV-PG parental guideline.