Punk'd

Season 4 Episode 8

Bizarre, Ashlee Simpson, Stone Cold Steve Austin

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Apr 24, 2005 on MTV - Music Television
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Segment #1: Bizarre is going to an ATM to withdraw some money, but it gives him much more than he asks for. While driving away, the car gets pulled over by an officer, who is played by Steve, one of the regular Field Agents from the third season. Steve gives Bizarre the third degree about the ATM withdrawal. Bizarre is playing it cool while he answers questions, until Steve reveals that he's been Punk'd. Segment #2: Ashlee Simpson visits an art gallery with her two best friends. While talking and viewing the art, she places a jacket next to a candle. It catches fire and the sprinklers come on, ruining all the art. Ashlee is blamed for it, as the artist's brother gives Ashlee a major guilt trip over it. Finally, after poor Ashlee is worked up and crying, Ashton comes in to let her off the hook. Segment #3: Ashton wants to see if Stone Cold Steve Austin really is the defender of "the little guy". The scenario is that Steve's cellphone goes missing, and the Valet Manager, played by Chris, gets angry at one of the valets for taking it. He fires the valet on the spot and really runs him down. Right away Stone Cold has a problem with this manager and gets in his face. Even after the cellphone is located, the manager refuses to re-hire the valet. By this time, Stone Cold proves to be a stand-up guy as he gets in the manager's face even more. Chris lets him off the hook by telling him he's been Punk'd.moreless

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