See, there is life after Harry Potter!
Who says Slattery will get you nowhere?
MTV hasn't been doing much to promote its newest half-hour reality series, and it's understandable why: Cuff'd is the kind of show that finds you, most likely when you're flipping through the channels late at night looking for something half-dumb, half-exploitative to watch. It's the genre I usually expect to see from Spike TV and I'm frankly surprised they didn't nab it first.
I have to hand it to Sci Fi's Scare Tactics for having industrious P.A.s willing to scour this fine nation of ours to find the dumbest and most gullible people ever to serve as the unwitting victims of their creepy practical jokes. Perhaps they merely felt that they had to up their game this season now that Shannen Doherty's not around to unintentionally instill the fear of god in everyone who appears on the show? No matter. For those of you who don't know the premise, Scare Tactics is like a really, really twisted version of Candid Camera. Or, you know, Punk'd, but with vampires instead of B-list celebrities. In a recent episode which came to our attention courtesy of the good people at Best Week Ever, a (retarded?) new hire at a spa comes upon what appears to be a Satanic bloodletting ceremony that's been ordered up for a client who insists on looking younger. I don't know about y'all but if I walked in on something like that, I would probably a) pee my pants and b) start laughing uncontrollably. Real talk? That blood is faker than a bucket full of ketchup, people! The scene manages to be sordid as hell and completely hysterical at the same time. Bonus points for a cameo from a pair of fake boobies. Peep it/them after the jump.