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The "FBI" skit proved too funny for even Jamie to handle. Notice how he keeps trying desperately not to break into hysterical laughter! Also, notice that he sounds like a frail old lady when he says, "Do you have steak?" It's hard to sound like a 31-year-old man when you're trying to suppress a huge laugh attack!
In the final skit, the mark's name is Brad. Jamie's "boyfriend" introduces him to Jamie's "wife" as such, but shortly afterwards, she addresses him as "Bart."
When Jamie tries to imitate Sean Maguire's accent, he asks if it was a good Australian accent--but Sean Maguire's British. A fellow TV Tome user tells me that Jamie made this "mistake" on purpose to try to agitate Sean; it can be an insult to mistake a British accent for an Australian accent, and by extension, to mistake a Briton for an Australian. Okay, I'll buy that, especially since Jamie was doing everything in his power to be, well, irritating.
During the first skit, Jamie's character "Ed" hassles Scott while "Kathy" is in the shower. At one point, "Ed" wants to call "Kathy" out, so he yells, "Joannah!"
I'm pretty sure that Jamie goofed here. He probably meant to say "Kathy," but he yelled out the name of the actress instead. He then tried to cover his mistake by crying out, "Kathleen Joannah!"
In the massage skit, neither Jamie nor Joannah Portman can keep a straight face. Why would they need to? The mark can't see anything in his position.
In the "flower shop" skit, the boss' first name is Tony, but Jamie keeps calling him "Larry"! Moreover, it seems as if the boss' last name is just about anything beginning with "Ca"!
While Jamie is in character as the acting coach, he tells his students that he can get them "a two-line part on Saved By The Bell." Ha, ha, very funny, but that series' last incarnation, Saved By The Bell: The New Class, has been out of production since 1999. Is Jamie offering his students a chance to be on one of Bell's satirical rehashes on The Rerun Show?
During the courtroom skit, Jamie plays an audiotape of a conversation between "Niles" and his boss (Stephen Keys), after which Keys scolds Jamie for videotaping the conversation.
During the paper route skits, Jamie wears a very visible earpiece and mike so he can communicate with his producers. Okay, but with such an obvious accessory dangling from Jamie's left ear, shouldn't the marks have suspected he was up to something?
As the (British) reality show producer, Jamie asks the father if he plays rugby. The father says no. Jamie asks about a couple of other games and sports, and then asks, "Do you play rugby?" as if he had never asked him that question before.
Mike Bibby can't keep a straight face--wonder if this made Gavin suspicious?
In the first "Indecent Proposal" skit, the couple are engaged, and Jamie even toasts their "impending marriage." Still, he keeps referring to them as "husband" and "wife."
Towards the end of the second skit, Jamie says to the mark, "I didn't even get your name." Actually, at the beginning of the skit, the actress playing his assistant said very clearly, "This is Brian Sanchez."
During the final skit, a "blind" Jamie is babbling about the value of college while Damian and Jamie's wife are engaging in foreplay. At one point, Jamie says, "It's good to have an anthropolic knowledge of the world." Unless Jamie was trying to impersonate George W. Bush, he goofed: there's no such word as "anthropolic."
While introducing the first piece, Jamie pronounces Jose Eber's name "ho-zay." Amanda Bynes reminds him that Eber pronounces it "joe-zay."
Jamie, sitting in between the Lo Ducas, introduces them to his viewing audience as Paul and Sonja De Luca. They correct him.