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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!
It's a no brainer that it's survival of the fastest as 24 players -- including a Zombie Killer, an Ice Queen and a Foxy Toxicologist -- race through the Wipeout City filled with Zombies in order to take a bite at the $50,000 grand prize. Contestants first receive a mouthful on the Pork Chopper, paired with giant corn stalks, leaving them to fear the ear as they continue deep into the jungle of the Tropic Blunder before pouncing and bouncing on the Big Balls. Players then encounter the Tongue Twisters, where they take quite a licking, and Bally's cousin Juan Barlos makes an appearance, as 12 players are then reduced to 6 when they feel the rhythm of the Miami Pound Machine. Only the final 3 contestants will move on to see who will be named Wipeout Champion.
You won't want to miss John Henson's slew of wild ideas for contestants, which involve senior citizens, kids, mimes, animals and convicts, among others. Meanwhile, players including Bluegrass Boy, Health Nut and Danger Zone will have to conquer the Killer Croc and bust out of Wipeout's Jail during their mad dash on the Qualifier. Finally, our players will have to fend off pestering Pigeons in the Wipeout City before moving on to the all-new Wipeout Zone in hopes of securing the $50,000 grand prize.
In another true bonding (and bruising) experience, "Wipeout" features teams of two family members running the course together. After an ant infested experience on It's No Picnic, contestants face Aunt Patty Cake in the Wipeout Kitchen before moving on to Octopushy and narrowing the field of familial teams even further. Only the top two duos will go head to head in the Wipeout Zone, where one family will emerge as Wipeout Champions and $50,000 richer.
It's the ultimate field trip away from the office as Bosses and Employees take a crack at the Wipeout Qualifier together as partners. After going Cuckoo Crazy and taking a turn in the Wipeout Break Room, teams are narrowed down on the Miami Pound Machine and a nerd-infested IT version of Wipeout City. However, team work quickly changes to scheme work as they clock in their shifts in the Wipeout Zone, where it's every Boss and Employee for him or herself, as only one person will walk away with the prize money.
Can the bigger brains win out over the bigger bodies? In a true test of wits vs muscle, contestants with brainy jobs (doctors, scientists and researchers) will take on a group of beefed-up hard bodies who take their gym time very seriously. The Wipeout course will see them get dumped and shoveled at the Wipeout Construction Zone before they take a moment of Owws and Zen in the Wipeout Dojo. Will muscular physiques or brain power prevail as the top 12 continue on to the Miami Pound Machine, Sugar Smacks and the illustrious Wipeout Zone? Only one big brain or one big brawn will get to brag to friends and walk away $50,000 stronger.
Will some rekindle lost love? Will others be able to put aside their differences? Contestants will team up with their former girlfriends or boyfriends to compete on this first ever exes edition of "Wipeout." These couples will need to channel all of their former passion for each other towards competing together on the most extraordinary obstacle course ever created. Only six out of the twelve couples will have a fast enough time to qualify and move on to the challenging Miami Pound Machine, with only three duos getting a taste of Sugar Smacks. However, just the top two reconnected couples that survive will move on to the Wipeout Zone, where they'll be broken up once again to compete as individual contestants for the chance to win the grand prize. Meanwhile, special guest Chris Harrison from ABC's "The Bachelor" visits the course in search of the next Bachelor or Bachelorette in this group of single men and women.
In the first-ever "Newlyweds" edition of "Wipeout," 12 teams of just-married couples will rock our Cradle of Tough Love before everlasting memories are made during their time on the Honeymoon in Paree. Then things will heat up during Wipeout's Greatest Hits: Summer of Love. Our newlyweds include The Music Lovers, Dave's Roommates and a couple whose family doesn't even know they've tied the knot. In the end, only one newly minted matrimonial team will have $50,000 reasons to help live happily ever after.
The Qualifier will kick off with the contestants going head to head against the "Squashbuckler" and end with an invitation to a "Backyard BBQ." Twelve contestants will go on to face the greatest Wipeout villain, "Octopushy," and the first 6 to survive the depths of the water will go rock on "Greatest Hits: Punk Rock Edition." The first 3 contestants to make it through will be leaving the punk rock scene and catching a new wave into the Wipeout Zone, where only one rowdy contestant will walk away with the $50,000 treasure.
Contestants include Baby Barber, Mid-Life Crisis, Crazy Rat Lady and Funniest Girl. Wild stunts on the Qualifier include The Tether Beater and The Fail Boxes, where players are licked and stamped by the Postal Opossums. Next on the course, players will need to have fancy footwork on Trippity Skippity Flippity Doo before getting their doughy parts powdered and rolled at the Wipeout Break-ery. Twelve hopefuls will then move on to Octopushy, with only six making it to the obstacle that every Country fan would appreciate -- Wipeout's Greatest Hits: Country Edition. Players will have to giddy up and quickly move along, dodging flying horse shoes, cowboy hats and giant biscuits before line dancing their way to the end through a swinging guitar. No sad tunes for the final three, who will be blazing happy trails on their way to the Wipeout Zone to battle it out for the best time and a cool $50,000.
On this all-new special two-hour episode of "Wipeout," 24 men and women will be set up by matchmaker Jill Wagner and sent on the ultimate blind date under the most challenging circumstances. These 12 couples include a pair of "Foodies," a "Nurse and her Old Man," a "Disney Prince and Princess" and the "President and Queen." The contestants will test their chemistry on the most entertaining televised blind date ever, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on ABC. Their first test at love begins with the Qualifier round, where two can play that game on the "Love Birds," followed by a romantic first date activity at the "Ant Farm." Next, eight remaining couples must defeat the "Spinning Sweeper Arms" with the hopes of proceeding onto an all cash, no elimination round called the "Big Ball Bonanza." During this special round, the six teams will have to big ball like they've never big balled before for the chance at $5,000. Then the remaining couples will begin their night on the town in Wipeout City, crossing the "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and trying to survive the "Romantic Helicopter Ride" before facing the "Sugar Smacks." The two couples with the strongest physical chemistry will face the Wipeout Zone, but only one couple will have the most successful blind date and walk away with a whopping $100,000, while the other couples will leave broken up and empty-handed.
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