Fire up the yule log, jingle your bells and pour yourself a glass of egg nog because Scott
Alexander is back for his Second Annual Spectacular Holiday And Magic Extravaganza! There
will be all new crazy bits and wacky antics that everyone loved the first time around. Plus, one
lucky viewer will be able to live tweet into the show for a chance to a win a prize worth 700 dollars,
Scott’s linking finger ring routine “The Missing Link.” Part variety show and part lecture, Scott will
entertain you with magic, sketch comedy, phony awards, fake commercials, song parodies and
goofball bits that will leave you in stitches. Plus, Scott will teach some new powerful stand-up
routines he uses in his own shows.
What will he teach?
Signature Invisible Deck
The classic invisible deck but the card invisible card, signed by you in invisible ink
appears reversed in the deck and it is the only card that is signed. Then you can give
the deck away as a souvenir.
A totally safe take on the Russian Roulette plot with four glasses of water and one very
dangerous glass full of sulfuric acid. You use your mental powers to solve the mystery
or end up with a bad case of Acid Reflux.
This is Scott's super clean handling of the classic Lemon, Egg, Walnut and Bill trick. This
is a no-fumble, sure-fire method sure to leave the audience stunned.
A Slice of McComb
This is the McCombical deck, but with some real consequences. If you don't guess the
right card Scott is thinking of, you get a Soprano's manicure. You pick the finger.
Card Under the Table Cloth
This classic gem from Matt Schulein is worked over by Scott Alexander and is one of
the most overlooked yet powerful table side endings to any ambitious card routine. This
leaves them with their mouths agape!
A new version of a color changing deck that combines the best of the invisible deck,
mental photography and the Svengali all in one pack.
Scent of a Woman
Smell the magic as the four queens that have been scented with fragrances by four
different members of the audience are discovered on the point of a knife blade. Women
have stabbed him in the back before, but now it's his turn. This is a funny and novel
version of the Malini Card Stab.