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Revealing mistake: When Raul is demonstrating the ability of the turtle to stick to the ceiling, if you watch the turtle, you can tell when Raul switches the real turtle for a fake one. He even looks down at his hand when he does it. (00:40:25)

Revealing mistake: In an older video version, the 'Hollywood' George blows up in his Rambo dream was revealed as a prop screen: the upper edge was visible. (01:18:40)

Revealing mistake: After demonstrating the table saw, Joe looks at the blood squirting stump. As he raises his hand, you can glimpse his real thumb tucked under his hand.

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