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Human cannonballs! Human pinballs! Crashes, smashes and mud splashes! Each week thrill-seekers compete in the world's largest extreme obstacle course designed to provide the most spills, face plants and wipeouts ever seen on television. Each week 24 daring new contestants of all ages, shapes and sizes will go head to head through a grueling but wildly hilarious obstacle course to win the title of Wipeout Champion. In the end, only one contestant will win, while everyone else will Wipeout!
Host John Henson says, "My nana hasn't had so many visitors since they served that search warrant in '97." On this week's premiere episode of "Wipeout," they're sorry it's cold outside, but our contestants will surely warm your hearts with laughter as they take bone-chilling tumbles on a delightful trip to Nana's House and face new obstacles such as the Snowplow Sweeper, take on the classic Big Balls with an all-new Snow-tivator, and take a wild ride on the Spinning Ski Lift. After surviving ice slick spills and frost bitten falls, our final three contestants will move on to largest Wipeout Zone ever.
Host John Henson sings a Holiday tune from the warm and cozy booth as temperatures drop outside. Henson adds, "It's our craziest course yet - and it's completely covered in snow! Fortunately, that helps reduce the swelling -" Contestants brave the elements as they step on to a white, slippery and wintery wonderland and take on new obstacles such as Mogul Madness and the Yule Log Jam, which would even put a toasty smile on old man winter's face, on this week's episode of "Wipeout."
"Tune in for white hot, ice cold competition - and other temperature-related wordplay," says host John Henson. Winter Wonder Planks joins the roster of brand new obstacles, while recent hit stunts such as the Ski Lift and Seven Letter Word help narrow the competition in a fight for $50,000. This episode features a rocket scientist, a dancing fool and a river guide who has an extreme fear of beavers.
"It's the most dramatic winter event since Frosty the Snowman melted," says host John Henson. Before encountering two Snowman Sweepers out to avenge Frosty's demise, contestants must first be launched upwards of 50-feet in the air on the Winter Brrr Blob and then come face to face the ever-popular Snowtivator and Big Balls. All the while, aliens run rampant on the course, tormenting players like "The Last Human," "Perfect 10" and the tiniest and cutest contestant of them all, "Mikachu!" After a harrowing run on the Ski Lift and a triple word score to the head on The Seven-Letter Word, only three tough contestants will move on to the Winter Wipeout Zone, battling it out for $50,000.
"We've got frost on our Balls! Now do we have your attention?," asks host John Henson. The Holiday Hams make their presence felt when they leave chilly contestants glazed and confused as they're tossed in the air. Players like "The Hockey-Hottie," "Ripped Rhino" and "Mr. Grinch" receive a frosty reception from the Snowplow Sweeper and try to avoid the icy plunge off the Wipeout Ski Lift, as temperatures continue to drop with each arctic blast launched their way. In the end, there will only be three who conquer the snow-laden course on their way to earn a spot in the Winter Wipeout Zone, with the winner taking home $50,000 dollars.
Host John Henson says, "You can't spell 'winner' without 'Winter Wipeout.' At least I think you can't..I don't test well." In this episode contestants will face the Snowman Surprise, including "Booty Pop" who butts in on the Yule Log Jam, a Dolphin Impressionist who chatters on about the Big Balls, all while a "Studly Student" and "Pretty Piggy" run for their lives on the Polar Bear Express. Everyone, including a wishy-washy contestant dubbed "The Quitter," has high hopes of winning $50,000 in the Wipeout Zone.
Host John Henson says, "And you thought our course was cold-blooded in the summer? Tune in to see 24 new contestants knocked on their ice!'" The family that Wipeouts together, stays together.. this statement rings true as family teams face off against each other and take on the Snow Blower and enjoy a ride on the ever popular Ski Lift. And see who can make their way the fastest through the Alpine Village for a chance to win $50,000.
Frost is melting off the Big Balls, which means it's time to spring forward for a new season of "Wipeout," and the world's most extraordinary obstacle course is in full bloom with an entirely brand new course. Energetic players will deliver astonishing spills, sensational tumbles and magnificent falls as they face all-new obstacles such as The Bed Bugs, gain major speed on the Springavator before they jump onto the Big Balls, try their luck on the Trampoline Spring Fling, all before being served up breakfast in the Wipeout Kitchen. Only three mighty contestants will move on to the Spring Wipeout Zone, battling head to head for a chance to win $50,000.
"It's time to Spring forward.. let us worry about the falling back part," says host John Henson. Ballsy has been let loose in the "Wipeout" Kitchen and has served up some interesting dishes for the contestants, including his world famous giblets! Contestants must first face the Flipsy Daisy, contend with the ever-popular Big Balls, and take a leap of faith on the Spring Fling before arriving at a smorgasbord of Ballsy's favorite delectables at the end of the Qualifier. The group is narrowed to six people on the Scareousel, followed up by the Springtime in Paris challenge, where only three people who successfully jump and splatter across the City of Lights will move on to the Spring Wipeout Zone for a chance to take home the $50,000 prize.
What goes up.. almost surely must comes down, as players will discover when they encounter the Scarecases, then take a leap off of the Diving Board Spring Fling and make their way through the Banana Split -- packed with flavor that only the Wipeout Kitchen can concoct. After the qualifier, six energetic contestants will race their way through the Gladiator-themed challenge, from which only three people will continue on to the Spring Wipeout Zone for a chance to win $50,000.
"For years, bowling has lacked one crucial element -- full body contact. Wipeout' corrects that oversight, bringing an entirely new meaning to the phrase STRIKE!," says Host John Henson. Spring is in the air and a fresh crop of contestants will have to take a stand as they face the new obstacle, "Bowled Over." Plus, there'll be oohs', ahhs' and owws' heard on the course when the Chocolate Shop leaves its mark on players in the Wipeout Kitchen. Once the field is narrowed to six individuals indulging in Wipeout surprises, three will see their day come to an end on an Arabian Nights-themed challenge. The other three will then race their way through the Spring Wipeout Zone, and the player with the best time will win a cool $50,000.
"Our obstacle course brings contestants to their knees. Or in this case.. one knee. What Wipeout' has joined together, let no man separate..," says host John Henson. Talk about spring training! In an episode full of surprises at every turn, contestants -- including a ladies' man, a recording artist and The Proposer -- face a fistful of troubles on the Qualifier before jumping over the Big Balls, taking a Zip Line run onto the Spring Fling and experiencing a blast of sugary delights to the face at the Candy Store in the Wipeout Kitchen. Follow that up with a grueling trip on the Scareousel, and only six people will compete on the all-new Supertramp challenge. The three people with the best hurdling skills will then move on the Spring Wipeout Zone, where we'll see if one contestant will follow through with his promise to Jill by proposing to his girlfriend after winning $50,000.
"Wipeout offers contestants a chance to air their dirty laundry..but unfortunately we have no gentle cycle. They get it right in the delicates,'" says host John Henson. Twenty-four players will fall, tumble and make magnificent splashes when they try to cross the Faulty Bridge and encounter the unforgiving Twister Mill. All contestants will then have dirty laundry as they race through the course, but are sure to be left spotless and hung out to dry in the Wipeout Laundromat. The first six players that get through the Scareousel will move closer to compete on the Super Tramp challenge that will cut the group down to the final three, who will then get their chance to race across the Spring Wipeout Zone and bring home $50,000.
"If these engaged couples can put up with the abuse we dole out, marriage should be a snap!," says host John Henson. Love is in bloom for this very special engaged couples edition of Spring "Wipeout." Twelve couples looking to get hitched face off against each other on the world's most romantic obstacle course ever assembled. First, each team will take an all-expenses-paid trip on the Love Boat Launch before sprinting down the aisle on the Springivator, which will lead them to the wedding crashing Big Balls. Players will then have a wedding cake tasting in the Wipeout Kitchen before heading to the wedding chapel-themed challenge. Only the four toughest love birds will move ahead to the Spring Wipeout Zone in hopes of tying the knot with $50,000.
"It's the best sneak peek you can have without a cover charge and a two drink minimum," says host John Henson. With summer here, it's time to showcase people flying head over heels on all-new stunts and a brand new obstacle course. During the qualifier, 24 players will battle it out for a chance to win $50,000, encountering first the Wipeout Wall -- its name will not disappoint -- having a crash course of Driver's Ed and taking on the infamous Big Balls, which greet them with a new motivator. Only the mightiest three will advance to the 70-foot, spine chilling drop from the towering Flume of Doom into the all-new Wipeout Zone, which is chock-full of challenging new stunts for total Wipeout enjoyment. Contestants will also face the Illusion-ator and Wipeout Play Set.
"Tonight it's Hotties vs. Nerds, which is about the only time you'll see those two words together in a sentence," says host John Henson. The summer premiere boasts an epic battle of the sexes -- with a twist -- pitting 12 of the most beautiful hotties against 12 of the geekiest nerds in a rivalry as old as time, as they hit the field and battle it out for $50, 000. As 24 players race through the all-new qualifier, the hotties will take some amazing falls while the nerds take some blundering tumbles, but only the final three will earn a spot in the Wipeout Zone. The hotties and nerds will run through the Wipeout Carwash, which soaks up contestants before the wax is applied -- Wipeout-style. After the field is narrowed to 12, Total Carnage makes its debut, a new stunt that definitely lives up to its name. A group of six will then move on to the Wipeout Play Set to see which one of the final three can bring home bragging rights and the title of Wipeout Champion.
"The only thing better than watching someone fall down is watching a LOT of people fall down," says host John Henson. "Wipeout" welcomes a Dean of Students, a Philosopher and a Game Show Pedigree Contestant whose parents were featured on the classic version of "The Newlyweds." All of them quickly realize that this is not your typical game show, as they're thrown for a loop on the Lawnmower, bounced off the Big Balls, contend with the always treacherous Mood Swing and finish the qualifier in a literal Chinese Food Buffet of wipeouts. After getting egg rolled, the top 12 contestants will see double trouble on the Scareousel with Double Danglers. Only three of the strongest willed contestants move on to the Wipeout Zone to play for a $50,000 prize.
"'Wipeout' - the best thing to happen to gravity since Isaac Newton," says host John Henson. Human Pinball is in full effect on the "Wipeout" course, as contestants are hit with life-size flippers on the Qualifier. The Mood Swing is tipsy, as usual, and the Wipeout Kitchen is serving up some Mexican food as a finale fiesta on the Qualifier. Contestants are pared down to six on the Scareousel, leaving only three to move on from the Super Tramp to vie for $50,000 in the Wipeout Zone.
"'Wipeout'- if you build it..they will fall," says host John Henson. This week "Wipeout" unleashes a new obstacle, named by viewers the Wheel of Misfortune, which is sure to leave players down on their luck. Contestants, vying for the $50,000 grand prize include two high school students, Chaz Hands and Tapping Tony, who compete against a Competitive Dad and a Dinner Detective. Players also take on the stunt that sends them flying head over heels -- as Total Carnage makes its triumphant return along with the Wipeout Playset -- before the final three players face off on the all-new Summer Wipeout Zone, featuring the seven story Towering Flume of Doom.
Wipeout harvesting face plants since 2008," says host John Henson. This week "Wipeout" features some of the favorite contestants to ever step foot on the world's largest obstacle course, as they return for a second shot at $50,000 dollars in this special All-Star episode. Will "Fruitcake" Matt Christopherson, "Tina Turner" Gary Shields, Jr. or any of the Gipe sisters survive the Double Sweeper Dive to make it to a round of Jump the Shark? You won't want to miss who will turn this shot at redemption into a Wipeout payday!
"This is the best season of Wipeout ever! And as the father of a three-month-old, I know from wiping,' says host, John Henson. The Wipeout Kitchen is always in a giving mood, dishing out more than our contestants can chew, This time around serving up a baby food smorgasbord. But only the three strongest players will make it through to stomach the Sushi Bar on their way to the Wipeout Zone. Will a "Socially Awkward" contestant best a high school "Clownselor," or will the "Bull Frog Assassin" take out the competition and walk away with the $50,000 grand prize?
The best thing to happen to falling down since gravity," says host, John Henson. It's bring your boss to Wipeout day, as bosses and employees team up for the ultimate team building exercise and get a chance at taking home $50,000 dollars. Teams such as the "X-ray Men" compete against a duo of morning "Shock Jocks" and a couple of "Country Club Cuties." Which team will claim the top prize as they endure the dreaded Caterpillar, Total Carnage and a Detour to a Race Track on their way to the Wipeout Zone?
It's a Wipeout-palooza when a Retired Rockstar, Music Man and a Roadie go up against a Cheer Mom and Poker Player who all get hosed, waxed and polished as they make their way through the Wipeout Carwash on their hopeful way to a pay day. Contestants will need to survive Total Carnage and a Detour on the way to the Wipeout Zone, where only one will take home the $50,000 top prize.
"This week features a new obstacle called Kindergarten Chaos, where contestants go down for a nap.. and the count," says host John Henson. Afternoon arts & crafts and morning recess get combined into one big sloppy Wipeout mess, tripping up contestants at every turn. Players quickly realize that it's not child's play when they're introduced to Kindergarten Chaos, complete with flying paint and dodge balls, leaving boo-boo's on all as they make their way through the course. A Pumpkin Farmer goes up against a Baby Boxer and a contestant who can't stop laughing, as they all endure Nana's cooking before taking on an elevated sweeper arm while donning potato sacks. It's anybody's race for $50,000, and it's guaranteed that things will get messy for these grown up kiddos.
"The animals rise up against the contestants in this episode! There are wild stallions, crazed monkeys and the kings of the Wipeout jungle.. the Big Balls!," says host John Henson. Contestants are eager to try taming our wild Bucking Broncos, as flying horse shoes are hurled at them for good luck. Next on the course, competitors try to make it past the Monkey Jiggalator, where our two jiggling monkeys want nothing more than to get up close and personal with our players to finish any unsettled monkey business. Then our players all get sauced and tossed as the Double Barrel serves up delicious pizzas with extra pepperoni and cheese, which is a surefire recipe for extra Wipeouts. In the end, there will only be one Wipeout champion, going home $50,000 richer.
"It's called Ballsy's Playground, but to be honest, he grew up in a bad neighborhood," says host John Henson. Ballsy's playground is in full swing as contestants take a whirl at claiming the $50,000 prize. Contestants including a Make-up Artist, a Sewer Rat, a Photobomber and the Broken Hearted go head to head as they all face off against The Road Trip on their way to the most challenging obstacle of all, the Wipeout Zone. 24 players start the day with the grand prize in mind, but after a day filled with amazing falls, floundering flips and refreshing water dips, only one will be crowned the "Wipeout" Champion!
What's the last thing that went through the bug's mind before it hit the windshield? A "Wipeout" contestant! 24 contestants find out what it's like to be on the smacking end of a fly swatter -- complete with bug goop -- before taking the three wheels on Driver's Ed and diving into the Double Barrel featuring Ballsy's Underwater Aquatic Adventure. Beware the evil sea sponges! The field is narrowed to 6 on Total Carnage, and slimmed down once more on the Wipeout Playset, with only three players walking to the top of the Flume of Doom trying to secure the best time and take away the $50,000 prize in the Wipeout Zone.
"Parental guidance is suggested. Unless your parent suggests you run the Wipeout course together, in which case you should contact authorities immediately," says host John Henson. Pairs of family members play together on the world's largest obstacle course for some real family bonding. It's all relative, as teams first encounter the Double Bubble Trouble before they try to fight gravity in the Space-themed Double Barrel. Only six sets of family members will battle it out on Total Carnage, and even fewer will take a swing on the Wipeout Playset. From there, only two duos with the strongest family ties and fastest time will go head-to-head in the Wipeout Zone for a cool $50,000 prize to share.
"My avatar is so real you can feel it.. until it hurts," says host John Henson. Twenty four contestants will want to make their way through the qualifier with an extra pep in their step, since the player with the fastest time will be awarded an added bonus $25,000 cash prize from Activision. Players will first meet the Wipeout Video Game Spinner before taking tumbles off the classic Big Balls. Contestants then get jiggled on the Jiggilator, where we've added an overzealous helping hand to assist them with their balance.. or lack thereof. From there, it's surf's up - or rather down -- as competitors try to catch a wave on the Double Barrel Surfing Safari, making for headlong Wipeouts.
"Wipeout brings new meaning to the phrase 'love hurts,'" says host John Henson. Twelve couples will meet for the first time for a chance to win double the usual prize money and take home a $100,000 jackpot, giving them all the reasons why they should make this their best blind date ever on an obstacle course built for making love connections. Love conquers all, but couples will first have to conquer the qualifier, as they take a wild ride on the Love Train, followed by heavy flirting with disaster on the billowing Big Balls. The love matches will then take a lovers' leap over to the romantic Wipeout Italian Kitchen, where the face-plant parmigiana and flattening cannolis are guaranteed to dish out affection. Only the most perfect couples will move on to the Wipeout Zone, where they will fall hard, in the name of love, but only one duo will be crowned champions.
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