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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!
On this very merry special episode of Winter "Wipeout," contestants will show their holiday spirit as they battle the Nutcracker Sweet, Santa's Workshop and The Jingle Balls! It'll be a Pain in the Ice for "Captain Christmas," "The Human Kazoo" and a festive "Penguin" as they all compete for the ultimate Christmas Bonus. Viewers will also see the much anticipated debut of new co-host Vanessa Lachey. Will the all-new Wipeout Zone will be naughty or nice to contestants who are trying to bring home the ultimate present..a $50,000 grand prize?
Host John Henson says "Be sure to watch Winter 'Wipeout' -- same cold conditions, new hot co-host." The weather outside is frightful, but the season premiere of Winter "Wipeout" is delightful, as 24 winter warriors battle head-to-head in a frigid free for all for $50,000. Players first take on the frost bitten qualifier with some brand new obstacles designed to lift spirits in more ways than one -- Snow Shovel Trouble, Pain in the Ice and Candy Pain Lane, which boasts the ultimate sugar crash -- and the obstacle built for all seasons, the classic Big Balls. As an added bonus, players who are able to knock off "Smallsy" from the fourth Big Ball will receive $500 cash. Cheerful contestants provide an avalanche of falls, shivering spills and bitter cold blunders, but only the final three who withstand the freezing temperatures with the fastest times will face the all-new, most challenging Winter Wipeout Zone ever.
Host John Henson says "'Winter Wipeout': so naughty it's nice!" In order for contestants to get their mittens on the cold, hard $50,000 grand prize, they must first face the Snowboard Half Pipe, as they try to defy gravity but find themselves falling to the ground like scintillating snowflakes. Next on the course, players receive a swift kick in the ski pants from the abominable Snow Boot, followed by a frosty trip to Avalanche Alley, where conditions are perfect for scattered flurries of Wipeouts. Only the final three players who can weather the chilly conditions on the course will make it to the Winter Wipeout Zone, where the race for the fastest time really heats things up.
Host John Henson says Winter Wipeout get knocked out -- cold!" Familial contestants play as duos on a brand new family version of Winter Wipeout. After facing a potentially hard fall, hitting all the limbs of the Frosty Family Tree, contestants must get one of the best combined times on the Qualifier to move on to Pain in the Ice. From there it's a slippery slope on the Cold-Hearted Snake, where only two family teams will compete in the Wipeout Zone. Only one set of family members will walk away with a memory to share in next year's Christmas card - a cool $50,000 and being named "Wipeout" Champions!
Host John Henson says Winter Wipeout the temperature and our contestants are DROPPING!" Twenty four competitors all have one goal in common - to be the last player standing at the end of the Winter Wipeout Zone to take home a cool $50,000. Before they can do so, players must first face the Buzz Saw, which greets contestants head on, leaving them feeling the winter black and blues. Then they'll take on the world famous Big Balls -- and can earn an extra $500 if they can clutch the Snowman perched atop the fourth Big Ball -- followed by the Snow Fall, where there's a little bit of snow but a whole lot of fall. From there, players have an all-access pass to The Penguin Party, where they get to shake it up and get smacked down till they drop!
Host John Henson says, "On our Valentine's edition of Winter Wipeout, you can fall in love.. and water.. and mud!" Love is in the air, and so are our contestants on a special Valentine edition of the program. You'll see couples battle it out hand in hand on the Love Struck and at the Wipeout Wedding Reception. "Baby Makers," a "Pair-of-Troopers," "Lovers without Borders" and some "Backstage Parents" will find out if their love will conquer all, or at least bring them a $50,000 prize.
In another winter edition of "Wipeout," contestants will battle the Arctic Circle, featuring Garry the Eskimo and a germaphobic Polar Bear. Among those fighting for the $50,000 prize are "Katie GaGa," "Mr Gum," "The Dark Artist" and a "Treasure Hunter." All bets are off for the most entertaining "Cold Hearted Snake" to date, where only three will advance to the exciting conclusion in the Winter Wipeout Zone.
Host John Henson says, "It's not nice to laugh at the misfortunes of others. Unless they're on TV, and then it's fun for the whole family!" On the finale of the winter edition of "Wipeout," contestants are eager to shed their winter blues by winning cold hard cash. But first they'll encounter an absolutely abominable day on our snow-covered course, as they get slap shot by the hockey sticks and terrorized by a family of Yetis. Along the way, "Captain Planet," "The Whiz Kid" and a "Party Nurse" will try to skate their way to the %50,000 grand prize. Only one will conquer the most challenging obstacle of them all, the Winter Wipeout Zone, but from beginning to end.. all will Wipeout!
The Boss and Employee special returns for more team building exercises when partners made up of employees and their actual bosses learn that getting to the top is no simple task as they attempt to climb The Corporate Ladder together, followed by a confidence shattering lesson on The Pound About before a challenging water cooler conversation with Bigfoot in the petrified forest. Contestants including "The Cool Coaches," "The Trojan Men" and "The Pranking Pastors" will work together all day, but go at it alone in the Wipeout Zone for a chance to bring home a $50,000 pay day.
Nobody is safe when host John Henson takes over the show and wreaks havoc on all contestants including "Cat Zombie," "Stunt Child" and "Burger Flipper." Players quickly learn there are no 'Henson-tives' to earn on the course when they take on all-new obstacles such as the Henson Headshots, Slappy Meal and the Spin Psycho, leaving all competitors wishing John would just stay in the Wipeout booth! Only the final 3 contestants with the fastest times will earn a spot in the ever challenging Wipeout Zone to try and become $50,000 dollars richer.
A course filled with new obstacles welcomes 24 competitors, including a John Wayne-abe, a Tiger Lady and a Dog's Best Friend, as they take on new obstacles including Udderly Ridiculous, Swinging in the Rain and Swept Away. The top three will move on to the Swing Blades, Torrential Twisters and Tectonic Planks in the Wipeout Zone, where they will compete for the $50,000 grand prize and a chance to be crowned a Wipeout Champion.
24 contestants take on the all-new Monkey Business, which proves that you never know what big, dirty ape might be lurking in the bushes. Competitors then have to race through obstacles including the School Daze, the Gold Rush Petrified Forest and the always-dizzying Scaregrounds. Only three players will get the chance to compete for $50,000 in the Wipeout Zone. Contestants include Mr. Popular, The Goat Tease and a Circus Brat.
In a special two-hour blind date-themed episode of "Wipeout", co-host Vanessa Lachey introduces single men and women who have never met before, and they are challenged with the toughest first date ever when they run the Wipeout course together as a couple. Just as life presents obstacles that make dating difficult, the Wipeout course this week does the same when couples encounter big challenges while going Head Over Heels promenading down Lovers Lane and eventually land in the Wipeout Nursery. Everybody also gets a chance to show off to their new mate in the first ever Big Ball Bonanza. In the end, only two of the bravest new couples will seal their date fate in the Wipeout Zone. Whether love is in the cards or just money in their hands, two freshly matched people will go home with an enormous $100,000 prize.
Hey batter, batter! 24 contestants step up to face the Batter Up obstacle only to end up striking out repeatedly. The competitors then go on to receive a lesson they'd just as soon forget in the Wipeout Karate Class, before chaos spreads on the Panic Hammocks. Players including a Geriatric Groupie, a Southern Belle and a Cougar Hunter are left feeling dizzy from the Spin Psycho. Only 1 of the final 3 left standing in the Wipeout Zone will have bragging rights to call him or herself a Wipeout Champion.
For the first time ever, we celebrate our nation's teachers in front of a live audience full of students in a very special Back-to-School episode of "Wipeout." Twenty-four overachieving players will have a spitball fight aboard the "Cruel Bus" on their way to the "Wipeout Skate Park" in this week's Qualifier. Among the teachers competing are The Art-lete and Math Magical, along with the Bad Seed and the Happy History Teacher. Then it's time for a pop quiz on The Hangover, after the field of 12 is narrowed down to six who will then be able to earn a hall pass to the Spin Psycho. The finale also features a special auto tune of co-host Vanessa Lachey -- created by the musically talented and self proclaimed class clown, John Henson -- entitled "School's in Session" that music teachers across the country would certainly give a passing grade to. In the end, only the final three competitors will face off in what will be a true schoolyard rumble at the Wipeout Zone for a chance to bring home the $50,000 cash prize!
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