Next Episode of Hurl! is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Get ready to get grossed out with G4's off-color game show, Hurl. Contestants gorge themselves on as much grub as they can, then try to perform physical challenges without losing their lunch. The last man standing wins.
Contestants are challenged to stuff themselves with macaroni and cheese, and then strap into spherical steel cages to be rolled down the 2nd Street Tunnel in Los Angeles. Those who don't vomit will be treated to pumpkin pie and another round of rolling.
The challenge is to slurp down as much cream of spinach soup as possible, then try not to see it again after a round with the Flamethrower, a ride that hurtles contestants back and forth through the air. Survivors get a second course of tuna casserole.
Mission: Eat chicken pot pie, and try to keep in down while enduring a ride in a human gyroscope. The second course: More chicken pot pie.
It's broccoli and cauliflower in cheese, followed by a carnival ride with a reputation for making fun-lovers puke. Dessert is chocolate pudding, followed by more fun on the Octopus.
Eat as much dim sum and won ton soup as possible before boarding a 60-foot high vertical loop roller coaster called the "Megaloop". Those who hold it in get jelly donuts and another ride.
The challenge: Hork down as many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as possible before a ride on the merry-go-round. Non-pukers get ambrosia salad and a spin on the tire swing.
Contestants gobble hot dogs then battle centrifugal force on the wildly rotating Round-Up. Surviving the ride earns a second course of... chili dogs!
Contestants binge on franks 'n beans and creamed corn and then ride a mechanical bull.
All-you-can-eat-BBQ is followed by belly flops and laps in a pool. Contenders who keep the water clean get to eat lots of blueberry pie.
Clam chowder plus one spinning teacups carnival ride probably equals several heaving contestants.
Contestants eat noodle soup and sushi, then clash their full stomachs against those of professional sumo wrestlers. Then they'll ride spinning chairs built on a barge in LA Harbor.
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