From the creators of the BAFTA winning Fonejacker comes a brand new show. Kayvan Novak once again plays the man of mystery, but this time he gets up close and personal with his subjects rather than on the end of a phone. Disguised with the aid of prosthetics, Kayvan plays a dazzling multitude of fictional characters, some familiar and some brand new, including: the charismatic and many times divorced car salesman, Terry Tibbs; scamster Augustus Kwembe, who hypnotises people to stop smoking but is really eliciting their bank details; and irritating complaint monger, Dufrais. All are thrust into real-life situations where they butt up against unsuspecting members of the public.
Terry Tibbs uses his bartering techniques to sell exercise equipment to the unsuspecting crew and viewers of a TV shopping channel. Comedy show by the creators of Fonejacker, in which Kayvan Novak adopts various guises to play pranks on unsuspecting members of the public.
Terry Tibbs decides to host an evening broadcast on the popular Channel 4 programme Come Dine With Me, Brian Badonde takes on an art teacher in a naked woman painting challenge in an art class documentary, and Saddam Hussein's former plastic surgeon offers his professional opinions von enhancing patients bodies.
Budding entrepeneurs pitch their ideas to Terry Tibbs in his new TV show Lizard's Lair; while Augustus Kwembecharlatan charms and confuses the tourists disguised as a Beefeater outside The Tower of London.
Dufrais Constantinople gets the chance to spend the day behind the scenes at a baseball game in Los Angeles with three other competition winners. New character Ray, who has recently been released from prison, offers careers advice to school leavers. Plus the programme catches up with Augustus, this time in the guise of a river patrol officer issuing fines and extracting credit card details from fishermen and boatmen, and Brian, who has a severe reaction to cheese in a gourmet food shop in LA.
Terry Tibbs hosts his own Jerry Springer-style studio chat-show in America with his son Lionel. Dufrais wins yet another competition, to go to the set of a glamour calendar photo-shoot featuring girls with guns in Los Angeles, while Brian gets a lesson in hip hop from three rappers on Venice Beach. Back in the UK Augustine is disguised as a lollipop lady at Abbey Road, helping tourists recreate the famous Beatles album cover by stopping traffic for a small fee.
In this episode, the organisers are in for a surprise when Terry Tibbs takes over as judge in an American beauty pageant in Philadelphia. On this side of the pond, Augustine Kwembe (Augustus's oversexed female cousin) poses as a minicab driver inspector in order to groom unsuspecting male candidates, while testing their minicab skills. Meanwhile, our balaclava-clad bandit takes over a supermarket self-service checkout, causing a lot of inconvenience to innocent shoppers.
In the third episode, Dufrais visits locations from the Rocky movie in Philadelphia with a local trolleybus tour. The Fonejacker takes over the GPS system of a special car for tourists in San Francisco, while Brian has a one-on-one poetry lesson in New York. Meanwhile, back in London, scamster Augustus tries to extract credit card details from members of the public as they try to rent 'Boris' bikes.
Dufrais wins a visit to a Star Wars-themed porn set in LA. Meanwhile, recently released convict Ray Fakadakis continues to give careers advice to school leavers, while French fast food photographer Zulfi visits an ice cream parlour to photograph their specialities for the menu board.
In this episode, Terry Tibbs visits a dating agency with his son to get some tips on how to relate to women more successfully, while Dufrais is allowed access on the set of the N-Dubz video shoot with the intentions on signing a certain female singer to perform in his new 5D Future Holocaust prequel.
Terry Tibbs launches his own American version of The Apprentice entitled The Apprentibbs in a bid to find a new business partner, but the search is undermined by Patrick, another Facejacker character. The Fonejacker hijacks an American fast food drive-thru, much to the frustration of the customers, and Brian Badonde bids farewell to America with a final fling at an art gallery.
Comedy series by the creators of Fonejacker, in which Kayvan Novak adopts various guises to play pranks on unsuspecting members of the public. Using his improvisation skills he outwits people in real-life situations as characters including a multi-divorced car salesman, a charlatan art critic and Saddam Hussein's former plastic surgeon. Last in the series.