Sometimes it's in peoples blood to try and mess up the trick or ask to examine everything. My Uncle, who performed magic when he was VERY young, always asks to see the deck. He then checks it to make sure it isn't a Svengali, Stripper or Marked Deck. He's been doing this the list two years, every time I bring a deck out. What's quite entertaining is I do a deck switch sometimes and use a Stripper
Anyways, back on topic. Exodus, as well as drspankenstein are right. The spectators don't want to examine things when a trick is done right....99% of the time. Act normally. Take the Gemini Pouch for instance. It can't be examined. When you finish the trick, don't say 'Examine the deck' and quickly take the pouch. That would look suspicious, unless your good with misdirection. When the trick is done, leave the items on the table for a second and then take both at once. This way, they won't say 'Why are you taking the pouch away?' since you have both the Pouch and Deck.