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TV personality Kevin Pereira ("Attack of the Show") and comic Brooke Van Poppelen explore the world of "life hacks": procedures or actions that solve problems, simplify tasks or reduce frustrations. From opening a wine bottle with a shoe to eliminating pet hair on fabric with a squeegee and flip-flop to using a sock to make a toilet seat more comfortable, the successful hacks are designed to be fun, inexpensive time-savers. "Inside Hacks" exposes some of Kevin and Brooke's best hacks and funniest moments on the series.

Latest episodes

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An outdoor chore helps Brooke keep the rage at bay; learning which of the hosts was a high-school track star.
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Kevin plays an instrument when not busy hacking away at life; an orange nearly injures one of the hosts on the set.
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What Beyoncé and Brooke have in common; the first sports bra.
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The number of times Kevin has tried (and failed) to hack a swimming pool; the city that has a love affair with bagels.
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The creation of basketball; the explosive hack that gave Brooke nightmares.
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The hack that made Kevin completely awestruck; the shaving cream hack that was so good, Brook had to tell the world.
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The type of car engine that works best for cooking salmon; the celebrity that taunts her co-stars with bad breath.
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The world championship Kevin hosted; Brooke's high school athleticism; the difficulty in blowing up a car.
aired 18 days ago
Learning what gives garlic its pungent odor; a hack makes Kevin gloat all day; a hack nearly gives Brooke frostbite; learning how much laundry Disney World washes every day.
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Learning why so many people are born on October 5; a 1950s actress inspires Brooke's Lazy Cook getup.
aired 18 days ago
Inspirational scientist; egg hacks; Kevin is excited to test out hacks.
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A host gets rid of some bad ink; Kevin names his dog after one of his favorite persons; Brooke's pop-star baby sitter is revealed.
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The hack that completely grossed out the crew; the reason why toilets are u-shaped; the hack that repulsed Brooke.
aired 32 days ago
Learning about Brooke's favorite pastimes; Kevin uses a lifesaving hack while swimming.
aired 39 days ago
Getting likes on a dating app; Brooke and Kevin use duct tape to wax.
aired 53 days ago
A cop show has a major influence on Hack 911; early ice skates; determining which old wives' tale is actually true; Kevin and Brooke believe a hack is a prank.
aired 53 days ago
Learning which country gives huge fines for chewing gum, how long one can survive without water in a zombie apocalypse, and which hack was the most expensive to make.
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The secret behind the beloved breakfast burrito; Brooke's comedy idol.
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Brooke's fruit-vegetable hybrid allergy; the possible cause of Kevin's launch to stardom.
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The energy that an aluminum can saves; the hack that made Kevin the most nervous; Brooke's real life friend.

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