Funniest Carnac Jokes: Watch Funny Video Clips of Johnny Carson as Carnac the Magnificent and Play Hilarious Trivia Game
by: MediaMine • 26
If you love Johnny Carson, you’ll love this hilarious Carnac the Magnificent jokes video trivia app. Download the free Carnac jokes app on your iPhone or iPad and watch your favorite video clips of Johnny Carson’s most popular character, Carnac the Magnificent, delivering many of the funniest jokes in television comedy history. You’ll laugh out loud as you watch Carnac call upon his hilarious yet mystical seer talents and divine the funny answers to the questions sealed in the envelopes.
Test your television history trivia knowledge as you play along and guess the correct funny “question” from three choices to Carnac’s answer. Share your winning trivia results with friends on Facebook, Twitter, and email. Laugh with Ed McMahon as he guffaws over Carnac’s funny jokes, outrageous insults, and deadpan comedic delivery. This app contains some of the best jokes and comedy ever shown on TV!
This Carnac app requires significant processor capabilities and may not work on iPad 1. For support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the favorite Carnac jokes included in the Carnac app are:
“Sis Boom Bah”
Some of the favorite Carnac insult jokes included in the Carnac app are:
“May the best meal you’ve eaten consist of kitty litter chips.”
“May a weird holy man get your weather girl in trouble.”
“May your platform shoes fail you in a camel pasture.”
Visit Johnny Carson’s sites from within the Carnac app and enjoy entertaining full episodes, hilarious video clips, and the best of the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson on:
Google Plus https://plus.google.com/+johnnycarson
Laugh with Johnny Carson and Carnac once again!
About Carnac the Magnificent and the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson: Carnac the Magnificent was one of Johnny Carson’s most popular and funniest comedy acts on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” which aired on NBC from 1962-1992. Known as the King of Late Night, Johnny Carson helped launch the careers of many stand-up comedians, celebrities, and stars including David Letterman, Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno, George Carlin, Roseanne, Eddie Murphy, Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey, Woody Allen, and many more. In February 2014, NBC’s Tonight Show is moving its studio back from Los Angeles to New York City, where Johnny Carson initially made the late night show popular, as new host Jimmy Fallon takes over for Jay Leno as the Tonight Show host.