Magic duo Penn & Teller dazzle with a deconstructed magic trick; can chef'testants put the same spin on a classic dish?

Magic duo Penn & Teller dazzle with a deconstructed magic trick; can chef'testants put the same spin on a classic dish?

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For your next elimination challenge, we have one of Las Vegas's dynamic duos. [MUSIC] Please help me give a warm welcome to Penn and Teller. [MUSIC] I'm a huge fan of Penn and Teller. I think they're hilarious. Like, there whole point is like Debunking magic and being funny about it so I love them. We're going to do for you what's considered by most people to be the absolute beginning of all magic and you've seen this all over the world. The classic version of the cups and balls. You take the ball, place it in your hand, vanish it and it appears underneath the cup. After the center ball placing visibly underneath the center cup. We did the two side balls anywhere we want because they always regroup inside the cup. We did an American finish and of course the bigger is always better so you have a giant ball inside a cup. One more giant ball to the side. And of course for the finish it's alive. Now the first rule of magic is never do the same trick twice. [UNKNOWN] We wanted to do a Penn and Teller version of the [UNKNOWN] and balls which deconstructs it with clear plastic cups. [LAUGH] We take the first ball, pretend to place it in our hand and we already snuck it under the first cup. Now we're all set for the second half. [UNKNOWN] cups all over the cups on top [UNKNOWN] center ball Place in a cup, to the side, balls, we don't need them anymore, we have three duplicates in a cup. These three balls over here, this is not juggling. This is called misdirection. Well, I look over here, toss this final ball under one more to the side, and of course for the finish, it's a lime! [APPLAUSE] [BLANK_AUDIO] [MUSIC]
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