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Wait for it is twenty-fourth webisode in the series of 30 Kino webisodes

Synopsis

Adam Brody tries to play a prank on Hunter Riley

Plot

In revenge for Hunter Riley rigging his console to make it appear as if the self-destruct was triggered, Adam Brody has set up the shower to spray a purple dye when Riley uses it. However, when Riley uses the shower, nothing happens. Frustrated, Brody waits for Riley to leave and then examines the shower, which fails to activate when he triggers it from the outside. When he walks inside for a closer look, he is sprayed with the dye. He angrily accuses Eli of having warned Riley and storms off. Both Riley and Eli have a laugh at his expense.

Later, in the mess hall, Eli reveals that he and Riley recorded Riley using a different shower beforehand, then Eli rigged the feed to make it appear like a live broadcast. Brody comes in, his face purple, and quickly leaves after getting some food. Scott asks what Eli and Riley did, and they state that they turned him purple before breaking down in laughter.

Behind the scenes

External Link

Wait for It on the official MGM website. (backup link)

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