Motor City Masters—“The Ultimate Beach Vehicle” – Tuesday, July 8, at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-L
In a body trim design competition, the remaining designers hit the beach to craft a surf-inspired tonneau cover. Creating a next-generation beach look for a Chevy Silverado truck, pro-surfer and model Malia Jones lends her expertise to the designers and judges alike as guest judge. Brooke Burns hosts and Jean Jennings and Harald Belker serve as judges.
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Hardcore Pawn – “Along Came a Spider” – Wednesday, July 9, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-L
Ashley pranks Seth to teach him a lesson about locking his door, but Seth evens the score with a prank of his own. Les takes the plunge on a prison toilet and a ventriloquist offers to sell his dummy to Bobby J.
Impractical Jokers – “Tooth & Consequences” – Thursday July 10, at 9:30 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-DL
Joe, Sal, Murr, and Q spread the love as attendants in a bridal dress shop much to the dismay of the brides-to-be, and break a sacred guy-code in the process. Plus, the guys attempt to sway frightened focus groups with fragrance campaigns that truly stink. Then the punishment takes an unexpected and never before seen twist when the big loser wonders if he’s too old to get a visit from the tooth fairy.
The Carbonaro Effect – Thursday, July 10, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)
In each episode of The Carbonaro Effect, Michael Carbonaro – a magician by trade but a trickster at heart – amazes and amuses ordinary unsuspecting people in various locations and situations. Posing as an ordinary bartender or a seemingly unremarkable salesman, Michael astonishes unknowing citizens by turning a tuft of hair into a puppy or pouring 12 pints of beer from an ordinary bottle. Whether they are alone or with their friends, everyone is left stunned and delighted, even though they have no idea what just hit them.
Season to-date (Thursday 10-10:30pm), The Carbonaro Effect is attracting 1.4 million total viewers, garnering 766,000 adults 18-49, with a young median age of 34, eight years younger than the network’s overall figure for 2nd quarter to-date. The program is up significantly over year-ago time period: total viewers (53%) and adults 18-49 (86%).
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