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Kids prank unsuspecting people.

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aired 931 days ago
Calum Worthy discovers the stage is empty and he's been locked in after he wakes up from a nap.
aired 931 days ago
Calum and Dylan Riley Snyder find themselves in a battle.
aired 932 days ago
Calum Worthy literally gets his hand stuck in a cookie jar.
aired 932 days ago
When Calum becomes sick, he steps aside and lets a replacement host the show.
aired 932 days ago
Calum decides to get fit and starts using a device to track his movement.

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