part of "breaking the magician's code" liked best

@Ritchelle (3797)
July 16, 2009 2:08am CST
i'm not going to ask you whether you like this show. i think everyone likes it. much as i thought that the secrets would be fascinating enough the narrator's wise cracks get me even more interested in the magician's tricks. do you agree with me?
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@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
20 Jul 09
They are "illusions" not magic.. magic doesn't exist! So since they are illusions...they are just tricking you into thinking you see what you don't. I like the show.. but pretty much can figure them out now. I like seeing how they do the close up, hand/cards tricks like the steet illusionists do.. That big stuff... ther is so much in the way of possiblilities to make it happen. but with just one hand and a sleeve...makes for a little harder to do the trick.. those are the ones I really enjoy seeing "how they are done". Then when you see how it is done... do you feel stupid for believing it in the first place? Do you ever think, "good grief... how'd I beleive that one?" or "how'd I miss that? It was so simple!".... one I am thinking of is when the magician made a hummer with near naked girls suddenly he walked toward the camera. All that was was trick photography! But it is fun to see and yeah, the nariators comments are pretty entertaining too.