Punk'd

Season 1 Episode 1

Frankie Muniz, Justin Timberlake, Red Carpet

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 17, 2003 on MTV - Music Television
9.1
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Segment #1 - Frankie Muniz entrusts his $250,000 Porsche Speedster to a valet so that he can meet with Ashton about a proposed movie project. The valet takes the car for a spin around the block a few times. Meanwhile, Frankie believes his beautiful car was just stolen!

Segment #2: Justin Timberlake is led to believe he owes $900,000 in back taxes and they start repossessing his stuff. When he's almost in tears they end it.

Segment #3: Ryan Pinkston goes to the red carpet making fun of celebrities.

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  • Terrific start to the series

    9.3
    The entertaining thing about the earlier episodes of Punk'd is that it wasn't well known and celebrities are even more shocked to see Ashton running over which is a very funny reaction.



    The Frankie Muniz prank was a hilarious one to start the series on, Frankie's reaction to the stolen car being priceless, especially since it is irreplacable and one of 200 in the world.



    Justin Timberlake is one of the most overrated boy band singers in the world and it was great to see him squirm as his house is repossessed and falls for it big time, the guitar stomp being my favourite part.



    The 8-year old annoying celebrities on the Rerd Carpet is a terrific way to end this episode, showing how worthy Punk'd is of viewers.moreless
  • Poor Justin almost in tears!!

    9.0
    Justin is almost in tears and if I were him

    I would be sobbing my eyes out as well and

    Want to deck the fedman! So painful but yet so hilarious

    As I thought Justin was indeed going to loose it as well.

    But thank goodness, Ashton is here to save the day

    When he showed up, I was laughing in tears!

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