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Professional fun-seeker and travel enthusiast Bert Kreischer is back in Season Three of Bert the Conqueror, braving some of the wildest, tallest, most adrenaline-pumping rides, and competing in some of the wackiest challenges in North America. This season, the thrills and excitement are bigger and more daring than ever as Kreischer showcases the fun and ingenious side of the continent with a smile, a laugh and more than a few screams.
Bert Kreischer heads to Six Flags New England in Agawam, Mass., to take on two record-breaking rides: the Wicked Cyclone, the park's new hybrid coaster featuring the most airtime on the East Coast; and the New England SkyScreamer – at 400-feet tall, it's the highest swing ride in the world. Then, he travels up to Rockland, Maine, to compete in the Maine Lobster Festival's Great International Lobster Crate Race – a maritime festival pastime that's a lot harder than it looks!
Bert Kreischer takes a ride in a summer bobsleigh on wheels, bungee jumps from a bridge over the Cheakamus River and joins a mad dash race downhill in the annual cheese roll race at the Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival.
Bert Kreischer tackles Michigan's best thrills, including jetblading, riding sand dunes and wooden coasters. Kreischer's journey ends outside of Detroit, where he visits a collection of daring, homemade backyard thrills at the "Abusement Park."
Bert competes to catch a muddy pig, and winner takes it home, in Florida.
Bert flies down a ski jump turned waterslide, competing for biggest splash.
Bert rides boardwalk coasters, trains sea lions, enters a Bonnie Knees contest and faces his fear of heights by rappelling down a 16-story building.
Bert prays he can outrun a colossal plastic ball down a 1000-foot hill.
Bert suffers injury before dashing through an inflatable obstacle course.
Bert seeks the Heartland's best thrills, including maniacally muddy race.
Bert races an ATV over a mud pit at the Midwest's Eagle Mountain Mud Fest.
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