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Magic has the power to take you anywhere.
From the beach...
..to the freezer aisle.
-You take card, right?
-Welcome to Now You See It.
Ah, basketball. Or, as I like to call it,
netball for people with too much energy.
This is Andrew Michael Golden, misspending his youth.
The only thing spinning faster than that anti-gravity ball
is Sir Isaac Newton in his grave.
I wonder how many windows he broke before he got that one right?
This guy's not practised as much, although that person he hit
was called ANNETTE.
They spent the whole summer practising
and failed all their exams.
But, boy, was it worth it.
Joking, gang. Work hard at school.
Ever wondered what your dad does when he's in the garage?
Well, it's probably not this.
This is what X-Men would've looked like if it was filmed
in an old farmhouse with no budget.
It's the tireless Franz Harary
showing us how those really big online deliveries are made.
And just like those online companies, Franz can make your
packages completely disappear with absolutely no explanation.
The key to this trick is to always keep your eye on the box.
I did say!
Meanwhile, Fergus, from Help! My Supply Teacher Is Magic,
is about to do a trick involving a different
sort of cube - a Rubik's Cube.
He's going to turn back time to 1983,
when people thought they were fun.
You can't give me any tips? I'm really struggling.
Every time I mix it up more,
it just gets, well, obviously more and more mixed.
I did see a guy actually, now that I think about it, once,
and he did it really quick.
He, literally, he just took the cube, shook it
and then the whole thing was done.
But, um, I can't...
Yeah, how did he do that?
Who would've guessed that these two flamboyantly dressed individuals
were pranksters? I know! And yet,
passers-by are completely fooled into having a go at limbo dancing,
So they can't see that our two friends have in fact run away.
They've literally been left in limbo!
She's still going. How wide did she think the stick was?
How many times do I have to say it?
OK. Right, watch.
This magician loves nothing more than to make someone think
he's ruined their phone by accident.
Ah, my thumb! I've got a cramp in my thumb! Oh, no!
And after a perfectly executed wind-up,
it's important to distract your victim so they don't get too upset.
That should do it.
Here's another one.
Taking advantage of good-natured members of the public
by asking to borrow their phone,
only to apparently smash it on the pavement.
The key to pulling this off successfully is to drop
a dummy handset, then to quickly
show them it was just sleight of hand and their phone's fine.
But this is a smart magician.
Thank you so... Oh!
He also makes sure everyone he picks on is quite a lot smaller than him.
Oh, right! Oh, right, right!
No-one ever said levitation is easy.
It's a delicate blend of skill, balance, grace and...
And the ability to hold two big shoes on the end of two big sticks.
Continuing our theme of rubbish tricks...
here's a magician who's BIN there, done that.
-He's always upsetting the neighbours,
especially when he puts himself out on a Tuesday
instead of on a Thursday. Oh, it drives them mad.
Time now for a magical ice bucket challenge.
Luckily, this man's not wearing his good clothes.
And now, the first in what's going to be a series of one.
Here with the first and last in the series, Dynamo and his nan Nelly.
Dynamo's taking Nanny Nelly to do her weekly shop.
-Chopped tomatoes, right.
-Steak and kidney.
-Steak and kidney, all right.
Wait a minute.
I want that sort up there.
-That one there, all right.
-There we go.
-No, I don't want Irish stew.
No. Steak and kidney.
Oh, that's it, yeah.
That's very good.
Nelly's seen it all before, hasn't she?
But check out Dynamo when they get to the checkout.
Calm your horses!
You won't have enough with that, I'll tell you now, mate.
I'll tell you what, you take card, right?
Come on, then.
I know what you're thinking.
Are there any tricks you can do with tomato ketchup?
Suffice to say, this part of the show is called...
So the answer's yes, by the way.
Here's James Went doing what we now know magicians love to do,
interrupting people who are in the middle of a meal.
Sorry. In your bucket, you wouldn't happen to have some tomato sauce,
Oh, I could try this.
Just cover it. Don't want to get your clothes dirty.
We'll use one more, just to be safe, just to be safe.
You see the bottle? Yeah?
Well, you can certainly say that that ketchup's got no additives or
preservatives, or any ketchup-related qualities at all.
He's basically produced some salad.
It's not the first time we've brought this up,
but three is the magic number.
And to eat your magic food, may the FORK be with you.
Here's a fork floating in mid-air.
Very entertaining. But he was asked to put it in the dishwasher
about an hour ago.
Here's the perfect fork for eating spaghetti.
And here's a fork just acting weird.
Hurrah, it's Cyril Takayama,
keen to pitch some of his new inventions on Dragons' Den.
A jacket that turns into a towel.
Deborah Meaden will love that.
A suitcase that turns into a sun lounger.
Too late, Duncan Bannatyne,
I'm offering £7.50 for 100% of the business.
And most surprising of all, Cyril really blends in at Bognor.
Is it that time already?
We've arrived at The Big Finish.
Judging by its colour, this is very definitely a cooked prawn.
Either that, or it's just really embarrassed
about appearing on the telly.
But look! It's gone from cooked back to being raw
and the trick's not finished yet!
He's rolling out the big guns.
Well, the kitchen paper.
Which is also kitchen paper in Japanese, apparently.
The prawn that was dead has come back to life.
It's PRAWN again!
Huge excitement from those young onlookers, and that's over a prawn.
Imagine how hysterical they'd be if he magicked up some, I don't know,
Justin Bieber tickets.
I can't wait to see what he's going to do with the tiramisu!
I wonder what Dynamo's nan thought of that?
That's very good, love. Yeah.
That's it. Join us next time on Now You See It.
We hope you enjoyed our forks...
forks, and, uh...
-Just be careful taking out the bins.