Voice winner on Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers

Singer Alfie Arcuri spotted in a focus group sketch on 10 prank show.

2016 winner of The Voice Alfie Arcuri was an unexpected cameo in last night’s episode of Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers.

Arcuri, who wasn’t identified in the sketch, was one of several public participating in a focus group without (presumably) realising cameras were shooting for 10 prank show Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers.

That suggests he was probably killing time or making a few dollars on the side as part of a focus group. Or that the show uses hired talent as unsuspecting members of the public for its candid camera sketches.

In 2019 he featured in Eurovision: Australia Decides, coming fifth.

7 Responses

    1. Not at all. This is from my very first post in 2007: “But TV criticism is sometimes way too serious, so I’ll be chucking in the odd frivolous idea just for the sake of it too.” Remember, this is a blog not the Sydney Morning Herald, there is a range in tone without apology.

  1. One of the funniest shows on at the moment, I agree and hope there is a season 2. Not many shows get you to laugh out loud at their antics but this does, and they are only making fun of themselves to the public’s amusement.

    1. I agree. There were shows like Just Kidding and Beadles About. I found them interesting at around age 5. Now it makes me feel very uncomfortable to watch these practical joke shows that make fools of people. It’s very outdated and unwise.

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