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Full List of Candid Camera Episodes

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Below is a complete Candid Camera episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual Candid Camera episodes are listed along with the Candid Camera episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. Candid Camera episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. This poll contains items like “#2115” and “#2117.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the Candid Camera episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.
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  • 1
    Chapter 1: Show openings from the '40s, '60s, '70s, and today. Chapter 2: Two Segments that launched Candid Camera. Chapter 3: Candid fin with cars. Chapter 4: Celebrity guests in the '60s. Chapter...
  • 2
    Apr 27 2003
    Shoppers in a supermarket sample taste-free food. A group of school children respond to the news that a new student has green skin. Several dollars worth of quarters is left on the ground in front of...
  • 3
    Mar 23 2003
    An all-kids edition of Candid Camera. At a New York City tennis club, kids contend with an out of control ball machine. Among other Candid Kid moments: eating spaghetti, shuffling a deck of cards,...
  • 4
    Apr 06 2003
    A pizza parlor takes recycling efforts to a new level when they insist on giving customers used pizza boxes. Kids Jokes - Kids tell the Candid Camera of their favorite jokes. Adult Jokes I - Adults...
  • 5
    Jan 26 2003
    In a supermarket in Indiana, customers checking out must deal with a cashier who chats incessantly on her cell phone. On the island of Maui, Peter Funt, asks passersby to help out with the problem of...
  • 6
    Mar 30 2003
    A movie theatre serves popcorn that has been left behind in the theatre! In a fancy New York restaurant, jackets and ties are not allowed. People are confused when the daily newspaper is recalled --...
  • 7
    Feb 02 2003
    Windshield washers on a car are rigged to squirt unsuspecting people nearby. Customers in a New York restaurant are given pagers that will ring when the restroom is free. Visitors to a pancake house...
  • 8
    Jan 22 2002
    Parents in a Dallas photo studio are perplexed when the photographer informs them that in order to get the special price for a family photo, they must add one more child - in this case, a complete...
  • 9
    Mar 16 2003
    In Colorado, a veterinarian fits pets for eyeglasses. Store customers are stunned to receive shrunken U.S. coins, no larger than an aspirin tablet, as change. Diners in a restaurant are shocked to...
  • 10
    Mar 09 2003
    Gas station attendants struggle to find the gas tank on a 24-foot stretch Hummer. In Wisconsin, an elevator operator insists on a minimum of three passengers per ride. Motorists in Detroit, Michigan,...
  • 11
    May 09 2004
    Haircuts from beginners. The DMV justifies peoples' weight. Dog wigs. Classic TV mothers ask advice of other mothers (in character)....
  • 12
    Nov 23 2003
    In Elk Grove, Illinois, Peter Funt tries to outbid customers for a store's last bagel. A carwash offers customers theft and fire insurance. Shoppers are drawn, inexplicably, to a tiny store window...
  • 13
    Oct 26 2003
    Moviegoers must pass through an electronic scanner, in a crackdown on snack foods purchased outside the theater. Kids are observed as they struggle to drink thick milkshakes. A supermarket insists on...
  • 14
    Feb 29 2004
    Supermarket patrons discover that their carts will only turn in circles to the right. A New York store imposes a surcharge when customers use cash. A movie theater sells extra large popcorn in very...
  • 15
    Nov 02 2003
    Peter Funt poses as a cop with bandaged arm and asks motorists in Naperville, Illinois to write their own tickets. An automatic dollar-bill changing machine gives only pennies. Diners at a steak...
  • 16
    Jan 04 2004
    A store in Illinois gives change only in pennies. Rental car customers must pass a vision test before renting a car. In Memphis, a restaurant changes its menu to an ""all-healthy"" version. A...
  • 17
    Oct 05 2003
    Peter Funt, pretending to be an executive from the baseball Commissioner's office, discusses excessive spitting with Yankee ball players. New York Yankee pitcher Andy Pettitte is confronted about...
  • 18
    Feb 22 2004
    Shoppers are offered samples of 100 percent pure baked cholesterol. Skaters in New York's Central Park discover the rental skates have training wheels. A saleswoman visits homes of people on the ""Do...
  • 19
    Nov 09 2003
    A guard at a gated community insists that motorists give a ""secret password"" for entry. Camp kids struggle to pitch a tent, as the song ""It Takes Two"" plays in the background. In a ""Candid...
  • 20
    May 16 2004
    Internet dating service for dogs. Speed bumps in a supermarket aisle. A 16-blade shaver. ""Vend-A-Vow"" – couples ""getting married"" by vending machine in Las Vegas. Classic from 1963 – kids try...
  • 21
    May 02 2004
    Homeowners are stunned to discover that a fire hydrant has been installed on their front lawn! Applicants for a new ""reality"" show tell how far they'd go to win big prizes. Customers trying on...
  • 22
    Jan 18 2004
    Restaurant patrons don't know what to make of a menu that offers only one item. A parking meter is installed at the drive-thru of a fast food restaurant. A charity asks passersby to donate their cars...
  • 23
    Oct 12 2003
    A machine issuing tickets in a parking lot goes haywire. Guests checking out of a hotel are shocked to learn they can purchase a security video recorded in their room. In Mississippi, golfers are...
  • 24
    May 23 2004
    A do-it-yourself security check system. Bags of bread cut so the bread falls out. Customer's purchases packaged in boxes that are way too big. How they made the sideways elevator. Classic from 1961:...
  • 25
    Apr 18 2004
    In New York City, a parking garage makes unwanted repairs on customers cars. A store holds a 110% off sale! Customers at a photo shop find that their roll of 25 exposures mysteriously produced 40...