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“Don’t Do It Phedon” is a phenomenon that is well known in Greece. It was first said by Uri Geller during a live performance for the TV show “The Successor of Uri Geller”.
During a live performance for the show “The Successor of Uri Geller” in Greece, Uri Geller was watching a rather dangerous act by one of the contenders. While the contender was pointing a nail-gun to his head, Geller stood up and shouted “Don’t Do It Phedon”. (trivia: the contender’s name was not Phedon, but Neofitos).
About the Show: The Successor of Uri Geller
The Successor is a television program starring Uri Geller. It started off in Israel, in 2006 and spread to international versions (again staring Uri Geller himself), including Greece. The Greek version was hosted by Christos Ferendinos and on the television network ANT1. The goal of the show is for Uri to find someone to adopt the same claims as his.
Coverage by television
The spot from Uri Geller’s rage was covered heavily by Greece television media, especially one of the most popular comedy television shows Radio Arvila:
Reception on the Internet
The short spot of Uri Geller shouting was the subject of several video parodies, remixes, re-enactments etc.