Fake Reaction

September 2014
45:00

Episode 8

Expired 3.0 55 x
Matt Edmondson hosts the last in the series of the wacky comedy panel show. With guests Roxanne Pallett, Ollie Locke, Nicola Adams MBE and Tom Craine.
45:00

Episode 7

Expired 3.0 35 x
TOWIE's James 'Arg' Argent, Harry Potter actress Jessie Cave, and comedians Katherine Ryan and Patrick Monahan must fake their reactions to various wacky and offputting challenges.
45:00

Episode 6

Expired 3.0 55 x
Comedy panel show featuring bizarre and unusual challenges. Trying to fake their reactions this week are Chelsee Healey, Lethal Bizzle, DJ Tom Deacon, and comedian Matthew Crosby.
August 2014
45:00

Episode 5

Expired 3.0 36 x
Comedy panel show. This week, Ashley Roberts, Brooke Vincent, Rob Beckett and Michelle De Swarte are faced with challenges including pushing a kebab skewer through a man's cheek.
45:00

Episode 4

Expired 3.0 84 x
Wacky comedy panel show hosted by Matt Edmondson. Team captains Joe Swash and Ellie Taylor welcome guests Amy Childs, Kian Egan, Brian Dowling and comedienne Tiffany Stevenson.
45:00

Episode 2

Expired 3.0 16 x
Wacky comedy panel show. Guests facing bizarre distractions are Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby, Radio 1's Gemma Cairney, comedian Ivo Graham and dancer Louie Spence.
45:00

Episode 1

Expired 3.0 40 x
Brand new second series of the wacky comedy panel show. Guests this time are Helen Flanagan, Marlon Davis, Brian McFadden and Vogue Williams. Hosted by Matt Edmondson.
July 2014

Episode 9

3.0 27 x
Gross-out panel show. Guests facing more crazy challenges are Big Brother winners Josie Gibson and Rylan Clark, Emmerdale actress Natalie Anderson and comedian Matt Richardson.

Episode 3

3.0 147 x
Sinitta, Harry Judd, Iain Stirling and Laura Whitmore join Ellie Taylor and Joe Swash as they try to spot who is faking their reaction to a host of unusual challenges.
May 2014

Episode of Friday 2 May 2014

3.0 13 x
Gross-out panel show. Guests facing more crazy challenges are Lawson's Ryan Fletcher, McFly's Dougie Poynter, comedian Mae Martin and former Sugababe Mutya Buena.
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