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List of Most Extreme Elimination Challenge episodes

Series overviewEdit

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 April 19, 2003 July 19, 2003
2 13 July 31, 2003 November 6, 2003
3 27 April 22, 2004 April 7, 2005
4 15 October 20, 2005 March 9, 2006
5 13 November 9, 2006 February 9, 2007


Season 1 (2003)Edit

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11"Meat Handlers vs. Cartoon Voice Actors (aka Network Boss)"Cartoon Voice ActorsApril 19, 2003 (2003-04-19)
Most Extreme Elimination Challenge's debut pits America's stoic butcher industry workers against wacky cartoon voice-over artists.

Challenges include: Sinkers & Floaters, Log Drop, Wall Buggers, and Boulder Dash.
22"Donors vs. Addicts"AddictsApril 19, 2003 (2003-04-19)
A team of organ donors and recipients will go head-to-spleen against a team of 12-step recovering addicts. It's drunks, dopers, and donors!

Challenges include: Mud Butlers, Dash to Death, Rotating Surfboard of Death, Brass Balls and Pole Riders.
33"Dairy Workers vs. Automobile Workers (aka Cows vs. Cars)"Dairy WorkersApril 26, 2003 (2003-04-26)
Who will win out when it's lactose verses lube jobs?

Challenges include: Wall Bangers, Get Hard, Saddle Sores, Swish Bucklers, and Teetering Temple of Crippling Doom (Tumbling Dominoes of Doom).
44"Cops vs. Cons"CopsMay 3, 2003 (2003-05-03)
The cops and the legal beagles have teamed up, and dropped their guns and briefs, to do battle with the bad boys and girls of our nation's cell blocks. It's the Legal System vs. the Penal System.

Challenges include: Dope on a Rope, Prison Break, Hand Job, Bunk Buddies, Legal Maze (Door Jam), and Yankin' It.
55"The Couples Show"TBAMay 10, 2003 (2003-05-10)
Vic, Kenny, and the Captain offer their uniquely distinctive insights on the ins and outs of love and relationships.

Challenges include: Plank Spankers, The "Romantic" Rotating Surfboard of Death, Hot Steaming Bowl of Love (Irritable Bowl Syndrome), The Sticky Stuff of Love (Window Pain (Couples Edition)), and Brass Balls "of Love".
66"Inventors vs. Ex-Child Actors"InventorsMay 17, 2003 (2003-05-17)
It's a gritty battle of ingenuity verses ingenues.

Challenges include: Get Over It (Slippery Slope of Slanted Death), Sinkers & Floaters, Door Jam, Le Tour de Grand Prix, and Log Drop.
77"College Girls"Northwestern BendoverMay 24, 2003 (2003-05-24)
It's hot college girls against hot college gals; hot sorority sisters against hot sorority honeys.

Challenges include: Wall of Hidden Blistering Death, Boulder Dash, Blind-Sided Date (Dead End Zone), Sinkers & Floaters, Ball Busters, and Log Drop.
88"Educators vs. Outdoorsmen"OutdoorsmenMay 31, 2003 (2003-05-31)
A team of hate-filled educators versus rugged down-and-dirty outdoorsmen who live life off the land.

Challenges include: Door Slammers (Great Holes of Glory), Sinkers & Floaters, Wall of Maim, Pole Riders, and Log Drop.
99"Travel Industry vs. Circus Workers (aka Circus and Airlines)"Travel IndustryJune 7, 2003 (2003-06-07)
The exciting battle of the Travel Industry against the Circus Workers.

Challenges include: Slippery Slope of Slanted Death, Bird Droppings, Foul Balls, Little Man in the Boat, Corn Holders, and Mudballs (Dirty Muddy Balls).
1010"Physical Fitness vs. Music Industry"Music IndustryJune 26, 2003 (2003-06-26)
Witness the rivalry between the health-obsessed of America's Fitness Industry vs. the burnouts of the Music Industry. This is the first episode to air after TNN re-branded to Spike TV, which is mentioned frequently throughout the episodes.

Challenges include: Turtle Gut Check (Turtle Hurdlers), Shaft Grabbers, Clear Sphere of Fear, and Jerk & Release.
1111"Fashion vs. Religion"FashionJune 26, 2003 (2003-06-26)
It's a battle of biblical proportions when the Fashion Industry takes on the Religious Industry.

Challenges include: Yank My Dinghy, Buck Off, Eat Shitake, and Runaway Stump.
1212"Adult Entertainment vs. Home Improvement (aka Porn vs. Construction)"Home ImprovementJuly 12, 2003 (2003-07-12)
The hard-working Home Improvement industry is pit against the even harder-working Adult Entertainment profession. It's the do-it-yourselfers vs. the people who do everyone.

Challenges include: Athlete's Feet, Dope on a Rope, Elimination Idol, Dash to Death, and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
1313"Gambling Industry vs. Medical Professionals"Medical ProfessionalsJuly 19, 2003 (2003-07-19)
Witness the ultimate battle of chance when Medical Professionals try to prevail over the Gambling Industry, and we also see how MXC is shown in the great foreign land of New Jersey.

Challenges include: Sack Lunch, Boulder Dash, Tight Ends (Dead End Zone), and Brass Balls.

Season 2 (2003)Edit

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141"Hobbyists vs. Food Service"Food ServiceJuly 31, 2003 (2003-07-31)

People with Hobbies take on The Food Service Industry in a battle that's bound to whet a collector's appetite. It's arts & crafts vs. tarts & hash.

Challenges include: Sinkers & Floaters, Saddle Sores, Wall Bangers, and Log Drop.
152"Hi-Tech vs. Civil Service"Civil ServiceAugust 7, 2003 (2003-08-07)

Hi-Tech computer nerds take on Government Civil Servants. It's a bombastic brawl pitting brilliance vs. bureaucracy, MXC-style.

Challenges include: Dope on a Rope, Circle Jerkers, Swamp Gassers, and Brass Balls.
163"White House Employees vs. Cable TV Workers"White House EmployeesAugust 16, 2003 (2003-08-16)

Find out who's more ruthless as the White House Employees battle the Cable Television Industry in a classic confrontation of counter-intelligence vs. counter programming.

Challenges include: Rotating Surfboard of Death, Door Jam, Mine Games, and Tumbling Dominoes of Doom.
174"Reality TV vs. Animal Lovers"Animal LoversAugust 21, 2003 (2003-08-21)
It's people who make Reality TV vs. Animal Specialists. It's a tumultuous tussle of the unscripted vs. the untamed.

Challenges include: Window Pain, Dash to Death, Loogie Launch, Endangering Species, and Log Drop.
185"Toys & Games vs. Clerical Workers"Toys & GamesAugust 28, 2003 (2003-08-28)

It's Office Workers vs. the people who make Games and Toys in a contentious clash of board-roomers vs. board gamers!

Challenges include: Great Holes of Glory, Skid Markers, Log Drop, and Chum in The Mouth.
Note: Some of the footage for Log Drop is reused in this episode.
196"Beauty Pageants vs. Military Personnel"Military PersonnelSeptember 11, 2003 (2003-09-11)
The Military Defense Workers take on the Beauty Pageant Industry. It's a battle royale of bombs vs. bombshells!

Challenges include: Sinkers and Floaters, Turtle Hurdlers, Crossing the Poo-Tomac, Pole Riders, and Boulder Dash.
207"Entrepreneurs vs. Hoteliers"HoteliersSeptember 18, 2003 (2003-09-18)

Entrepreneurs take on The Hotel Industry. It's a dynamic dispute of the resourceful vs. the resorts crew.

Challenges include: Dirty Muddy Balls, Saddle Sores, Staff Infectors, and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
218"Former Olympians - USA vs. The World"USA (by Democracy)September 25, 2003 (2003-09-25)
It is former Olympic Athletes as team USA takes on the World. It is worldwide warfare as the best takes on the rest!

Challenges include: Sinkers & Floaters, Dope on a Rope, Dash to Death, and Log Drop.
229"Unions vs. Entertainment Media"Entertainment MediaOctober 2, 2003 (2003-10-02)

America's Guild members take on the Entertainment Media in a classic contest of the trade unions vs. the trade papers.

Challenges include: Window Pain, Irritable Bowl Syndrome, Muddy Runs, and Tumbling Dominoes of Doom.
2310"Wedding Industry vs. Trucking Industry"Wedding IndustryOctober 9, 2003 (2003-10-09)

The Wedding Industry takes on the Trucking Industry in a high-energy highlight reel between those getting hitched and those hitching up.

Challenges include: Mud Butlers, Le Tour de Grand Prix, Brass Balls, and Nut Baggers.
2411"Finance Industry vs. Alcohol Industry"Finance IndustryOctober 16, 2003 (2003-10-16)

This special night-time edition of MXC sees the Financial Industry take on the Alcohol Industry. It's the latest in the ongoing rivalry between Wall Street and Bourbon Street.

Challenges include: Rotating Surfboard of Death, Eat Shitake, Pole Riders, and Log Drop.
2512"Monster Edition - Real Monsters vs. Product Mascots"Product MascotsOctober 30, 2003 (2003-10-30)

Real Monsters take on Commercial Mascots. It's the ultimate challenge between mad science and Madison Ave.

Challenges Include: Sinkers & Floaters, Intestinal Fortitude, Dry Balls (Dirty Muddy Balls), and The Impassable Stones of Mt. McKidney.

Note: Some of the monsters in this episode are from assorted incarnations of the Ultraman series.
2613"Arctic Edition - Fast Food vs. Aerospace Industry"Fast FoodNovember 6, 2003 (2003-11-06)

The Fast Food Industry takes on the Aerospace Industry in a feisty, frigid fracas of take-out vs. take-off!

Challenges include: Sno Man's Land, "Frozen" Wall Bangers, Sperm Wheelers and The Frigid Slope of Icy Death.

Season 3 (2004–05)Edit

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271"MXC Almost Live - Greeks vs. Geeks"TieApril 22, 2004 (2004-04-22)
The classic battle of Greeks versus Geeks. Tony Hawk and Tara Dakides guest star as team captains, live in Orlando, Florida. Guy is on double-secret probation for an earlier misunderstanding, as he's forced to watch the proceedings in a Hi-tech observation cell and is under a gag order, but he never gags, although we learn that it involved two Co-Eds a Moroccan gymnast and a horribly stained Pommel Horse.

Challenges include: Wall Bangers, Sinkers & Floaters, Window Pain, and Log Drop.
Notes: 1) Footage for this episode was directed by Scott Fishman
2) Footage for this episode was recorded at Nickelodeon Studios in Universal Studios.
282"Squeeze out the Vote (aka Republicans vs. Democrats vs. Third Party)"Nobody (because "Just like in politics, nobody wins")April 29, 2004 (2004-04-29)
It's dirty politics as usual at MXC! Captain Tenneal, Vic and Kenny are enjoying tea and getting ready to register to vote, except Kenny refuses so he can skip jury duty. Guy is excited by all the vote talk and experiences a 'raging election'.

Challenges include: Rock the Moat (Sinkers & Floaters), Dark Horse Race (Saddle Sores), Pork the Barrel (Jerk & Release), Rotating Surfboard of Political Suicide (Rotating Surfboard of Death), Mud Slingers (Dirty Muddy Balls), and Congressional Log Jam (Log Drop).
Notes: 1) This is the only episode in the series to feature three teams, and the only one with no winner.
2) Footage for Pork the Barrel is reused in this episode.
3) Some of the footage for Mud Slingers is reused in this episode.
293"Unemployed vs. Environmentalists"UnemployedMay 6, 2004 (2004-05-06)
The classic battle between the Non-Polluters versus the Non-Producers. Guy dreams how life would be if he were unemployed: sitting around in his crotch-less thong eating dolphin-safe tuna while reading the personal ads.

Challenges include: Great Holes of Glory, Finger It, Dope on a Rope, Irritable Bowl Syndrome, and Pole Riders.
304"Snack Food vs. Print Media"Snack FoodMay 13, 2004 (2004-05-13)
The classic battle of Tummy Cramps versus Writers Cramps. A clip of Vic's gritty documentary Hard Candy is shown, Guy shares his duty with Gawp LeDouche, who is more than excited to take the job, and Captain Tenneal publishes his autobiography, "Well, You're Wrong by The Captain".

Challenges include: Slippery Slope of Slanted Death, Door Jam, Circle Jerkers, and Brass Balls.
315"Paranormalists vs. Baby Products"ParanormalistsMay 20, 2004 (2004-05-20)
The classic battle of Alien Signs versus Nursery Rhymes. Guy's diving rod is pointing to the "not so paranormal" size.

Challenges include: Mud Butlers, Yank It, Flailing Wall (Wall of Maim), and Log Drop.
Note: Footage for Log Drop is reused in this episode.
326"Dentists vs. Explorers"DentistsMay 27, 2004 (2004-05-27)
The classic battle between People With Derry Nerves and Those who Drill em. Guy is excited at the thought of exploring dark nether regions.

Challenges include: Dash to Death, Hand Job, Wall Bangers, and Sinkers & Floaters.
337"City Kids vs. Country Kids"TieJune 3, 2004 (2004-06-03)
The classic battle between Urban Dwellers and Back Yard Smellers. Guy is reminded of his youth ("T-balling, scouting, sponge baths with my overly obese neighbor-lady").

Challenges include: Great Escape From Foster Care, "Lil'" Sinkers & Floaters, Irritable Bowl Training (Syndrome), and Rotating Surfboard Of Death "Jr."
348"Organized Crime vs. Weight Loss Industry"Weight Loss Industry (Later changed to Organized Crime)June 10, 2004 (2004-06-10)
The classic battle of Feared Mobs versus Fat Slobs. Guy has overextended himself to the mob and is shaken down by two grunts. Gidget LeDouche fills in for Guy for the episode (Though Guy introduces the games).

Challenges include: Dead Men Walking, Runaway Stump, Little Man in the Boat, Tumbling Dominoes of Doom.
359"Novelty & Gifts vs. The Death Industry"Novelty & GiftsJune 17, 2004 (2004-06-17)
This summer-themed episode of MXC gives us the classic battle of Dime Store Gags versus Body Bags. Gab LeDouche appears to introduce Grandmama LeDouche, and the Captain arrives on a sea-doo.

Challenges include: Wet Spot, Circle Jerkers "Ahoy", Elimination Idol, and Wall Bangers.
3610"Amusement Park Industry vs. World's Oldest Profession (Sex for Hire)"Amusement Park IndustryJune 24, 2004 (2004-06-24)
The classic battle between Roller Coasters versus Bed Posters. The educational film Hookers At The Point Break is shown to prove a point about prostitution. Guy is preparing the course with a hose, and is unable to control the flow ("Once Guy is flowing, he cannot stop! Call Rent-a-Dyke to cap Guy's geyser!").

Challenges include: Hosin' The Hos, Eat Shitake, Brass Balls, and Sinkers & Floaters.
3711"CSI/Forensics vs. Children's Entertainment"CSI/ForensicsSeptember 2, 2004 (2004-09-02)
There's a murder at the MXC compound! It's the classic battle of Heinous Crimes versus Nursery Rhymes. Inspectors Romano and Blankenship attempt to figure out who killed the man, while Inspector LeDouche investigates a crime of passion and everyone's a suspect.

Challenges include: Wall Bangers, Buck Off, Sinkers & Floaters, and Brass Balls.
Note: This is the first episode of the season to have a cold opening.
3812"The Master Debaters - Kerry/Edwards Supporters vs Bush/Cheney Supporters"Bush/Cheney Supporters (originally Kerry/Edwards supporters who were later disqualified due to "dangling jabs")October 7, 2004 (2004-10-07)
The classic battle of the Not-So-Swift-Boaters versus the Stolen-Voters. Guy salutes the debates by hosting a political fund raiser at the LeDouche compound, and is fed beans by a chef, while Vic and Kenny get involved in their own debate.

Challenges include: Sinkers & Floaters, Pie in the Sky, Boulder Dash, Character Assassination (Battlefelch Earth).
3913"Oil Industry vs. Make-Over Industry"Oil IndustryDecember 2, 2004 (2004-12-02)
The classic battle between Gas Pump Robbers versus the Big Nose Jobbers. Guy finds himself in the middle of a fight at a local café, while Vic gets a Makeover...gone horribly wrong!

Challenges include: Roulective Surgery, Rotating Surfboard of Death, Dash to Death, Mud Butlers.
4014"Film Industry vs. Phobics"Film IndustryDecember 9, 2004 (2004-12-09)
The classic battle of Big Screens versus Big Screams. Guy (aka Talousse LaDouche from Moulin Rouge!) salutes the movie musicals by singing a song to bring on the Captain.

Challenges include: Get a Piece, Pole Riders, Saddle Sores, and Log Drop.
4115"Romance Industry vs. Firearms Industry"Romance IndustryDecember 16, 2004 (2004-12-16)
The classic battle of Cupid's Bow versus Cupid's AK-47. Guy is ready to meet his internet soulmate, which is really a man.

Challenges include: Great Holes of Glory, Dope on a Rope, Skid Markers, and Wall Buggers.
4216"Footwear Industry vs. Electronic Gaming Industry"Footwear IndustryJanuary 6, 2005 (2005-01-06)
The classic battle of the Shoe-Boxes versus the Xboxes. Guy invents the Paraball game but later needs a spare ball from Captain Tenneal.

Challenges include: Spare Me (Pinheads), Sinkers & Floaters, Chum in the Mouth, and Boulder Dash.
4317"Waste Management vs. Advertising"TieJanuary 13, 2005 (2005-01-13)
The classic battle of the TV-Pluggers versus the Septic Sluggers. Guy finds an eyeball in a biowaste dump site (a bougainvillea plant), while Vic and Kenny explore the ad campaign of Cocoa Puffs.

Challenges include: Bagel Bumpers, Sperm Wheelers, Tumbling Dominoes of Doom, and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
4418"Malcontents vs. Baked Goods"MalcontentsJanuary 20, 2005 (2005-01-20)
The classic battle of whiners and criers vs. cakes-and-pie-rs. Guy has a tray of half-baked goods, which none of the contestants are interested in partaking of, while Vic acknowledges his former wife, and a look behind the scenes of what goes on at the 666 Bakery in Devil's Food Island is shown on how Devil's Food Cake is made.

Challenges include: Bust-A-Nut, Bird Droppings, Irritable Bowl Syndrome, and Log Drop.
4519"Mall Workers vs. Telephone Company"Mall WorkersFebruary 3, 2005 (2005-02-03)
The classic battle of the Phone Jackers versus the Pizza Rackers. Guy has a new high-tech cellphone, which he proceeds to use to call 911 as there's been an accident... "in his trousers".

Challenges include: Eat Shitake, Circle Jerkers, In and Outhouse (Door Jam), and Dope on a Rope.
Note: Footage for Circle Jerkers, In and Outhouse, and Dope on a Rope were taken from the Fighting Spirit Award Winners special of Takeshi's Castle which made up most of this episode's footage.
4620"Art World vs. Insurance Industry"Art WorldFebruary 10, 2005 (2005-02-10)
The classic battle of Still Life versus Whole Life. Gidget LeDouche once again fills in for Guy while he is on a cruise, though early on we get a special cable update from him after the games are introduced.

Challenges include: Sinkers & Floaters, Dead End Zone, Hand Job, and Wall Buggers.
4721"Seafood Industry vs. High Society"Seafood IndustryFebruary 17, 2005 (2005-02-17)
The classic battle of Deep Water versus Deep Pockets. Guy is reminded of the LeDouche Compound on the brown sands of Lake Erie, where he played by himself as a child, while Vic and Kenny go fishing with chicks.

Challenges include: Saddle Sores, Hook Line & Swingers, Rotating Surfboard of Death and Log Drop.
4822"Lumber Industry vs. Broadcast News"Broadcast NewsFebruary 24, 2005 (2005-02-24)
The classic battle of Swinging Axes versus Just-the-Facts-es. MXC takes on the news, with Guy pledging to dig deeper as a reporter.

Challenges include: Slippery Slope of Slanted Death, Dash to Death, Wall Bangers, and Pole Riders.
4923"Postal Service vs. Motor Sports"Postal IndustryMarch 3, 2005 (2005-03-03)
The classic battle of Mail Bags versus Checkered Flags. The boys of MXC give away a playbill from the hit off-Broadway play Bad Meat to viewers who can identify as to which cut of beef is not rancid. Guy describes how the smell of grease, a wet seat, and a rigid roll bar on his back remind him of childhood ("Quick! Send up the Yellow Flag, Guy is under Caution!"), while an MXC impact replay is Spanish!

Challenges include: Dead Letter Zone, Foul Balls, Irritable Bowl Syndrome and Log Drop.
5024"The Court Room vs. Rodeo Industry"The CourtroomMarch 10, 2005 (2005-03-10)
The classic battle of Law-Braking versus Bronc-Busting. Guy talks about his love of rodeos ("leather chaps, jingling spurs and a snug lariat") and shows us a trophy he was presented with when he was a young stable boy for the Royal Lipizzaners, and an actual MXC death is shown.

Challenges include: Crossing the Pee-O Grande, Wall Buggers, Little Man in the Boat, and Clear Sphere of Fear.
5125"Sports Women vs. Business Women"Sports WomenMarch 17, 2005 (2005-03-17)
The classic battle of Lady Jocks versus Chicks-With-Stocks. Guy is excited by the all-woman extravaganza and announces his newest company, LeDouche Co., while Vic and Kenny pay tribute to Spike TV's Explosive show Boom!.

Challenges include: Great Holes of Glory, Rotating Surfboard of Death, Irritable Bowl Syndrome, and the Giant G-String of Doom (Hook Line & Swingers).
5226"Career Day: White Collar vs. Blue Collar"White CollarMarch 24, 2005 (2005-03-24)
The classic battle of Three Piece Suits versus Steel-Toed Boots. Guy and Danny Glands recount their career together and Guy asks us to send $19 and an explicit photograph of ourselves in a SASE.

Challenges include: Plank Spankers, Slipped Disks of Doom, Mud Butlers, and Log Drop.
5327"Comic Book Industry vs. Personal Hygiene"TieApril 7, 2005 (2005-04-07)
The classic battle of Crime Stoppers versus Zit-Poppers. Guy shows us his personal hygiene basket ("lubricating spray, here's some lubricating powder, and lubricating balm, here's some lubricating lotion, and of course some antibiotics"), a partnership between Morning Wood Man and the Green Pecker comes to a violent end, while Vic tortures Kenny with his latest men's grooming product from Guy Gear, the Man-Ipulator.

Challenges include: Sinkers & Floaters, Highballers (Dirty Muddy Balls), Gang Plankers (Swamp Gassers), and Runaway Stump.

Season 4 (2005–06)Edit

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541"Desperate Housewives vs. Ultimate Fighters"Desperate HousewivesOctober 20, 2005 (2005-10-20)
Indiscretion rules as the shameless Desperate Housewives take on Ultimate Fighting Champs It's the classic battle of headbutts versus 'nice butts'. Guy tells us about his recent medical checkup, with a diagram of his colossal kidney stone.

Challenges include: Take a Leek, Mud Butlers, Sinkers & Floaters, Dash to Death and Log Drop.
Note: Footage for Log Drop was not taken from the Takeshi's Castle Returns special which made most of this episode's footage.
552"Real Mafia vs. Video Game Industry"Video Game IndustryNovember 10, 2005 (2005-11-10)
Somebody call the cops, because in this episode the Real-Life Mafia tries to ice the Video Game Industry. It's a classic battle of goombas versus game boys. Guy stakes out his turf in his Tony Hawk skates, while Kenny receives a death threat from the captain of the Mafia team.

Challenges include: Backyard Bocce Ball Bloodbath, Dope on a Rope, Nerve Racketeering Slabs of Death (Tumbling Dominoes of Doom), Sorry, Wrong Number, and Clear Sphere of Fear.
56–573–4"Most Best of MXC"TBANovember 17, 2005 (2005-11-17)
A compilation of some of the best and most painful moments of MXC.
585"Country Music Superstars vs. The World of James Bond"The World of James BondDecember 22, 2005 (2005-12-22)
It's Rednecks and Black Ops as Country Music takes on The world of James Bond It's the classic battle of Nashvillians versus Licensed to Kill-ians. Guy shows off his decoder badge with 'microcouch' cleverly disguised as a backstage pass to the Brooks & Dunn Concert, While Kenny tries his hand at being a Secret Agent and a Country singer, but finds out that they're not as easy as it looks...the hard way.

Challenges include: Endangering Species (Featuring Kenny), Boulder Dash, Elimination Idol (Country Edition), and Pole Riders.
596"Hollywood's Jilted Wives vs. Cheating Husbands (aka The Jens vs. The Brads)"Cheating HusbandsJanuary 6, 2006 (2006-01-06)
It's domestic disturbance and dirty little secrets as Hollywood's Jilted Wives strike back at their Cheating Husbands. It's the classic battle of the Jens versus the Brads, the scorned versus the adulterers, the betrayed versus the trade. Guy prepares for a "formal affair".

Challenges include: Rotating Surfboard of Death, Pole Riders, Hand Job and Brass Balls.
Note: Some of the footage for Hand Job is reused in this episode.
607"Las Vegas vs. Sesame Street"Sesame StreetJanuary 12, 2006 (2006-01-12)
It's a high-stakes gamble as the glitz and glamor of las vegas takes on the stitches and feathers of Sesame Street. It's a classic battle of big bets versus Big Birds. Guy meets Doo-Doo the dodo, and talks about his own hand puppet obsession that nearly left him blind, while Suc de Solei presents "Swine Flu".

Challenges include: Cruelette, Wall Buggers "Family Edition" (Window Pain (Family Edition)), "Big" Bird Droppings and Sinkers & Floaters.
Note: Footage for Cruelette is reused in this episode.
618"MXC Wrestling Extravaganza: TNA vs. WWE"TNAJanuary 19, 2006 (2006-01-19)
It's meat, muscle, and mayhem as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling tries to smack down the WWE. it's the classic battle of tight shorts vs mock sports. Guy tells us about his 'wrestling experience' with his scout master before a hernia cut him down in his prime, while Kenny considers about being a wrestler.

Challenges include: Wall Bangers, Door Jam, Circle Jerkers and Boulder Dash.
629"Wack Pack vs. Hollywood Rehabbers"Wack PackJanuary 26, 2006 (2006-01-26)
In this episode Howard Stern's radio regulars goes toe-to-toe against Hollywood rehab addicts and alkies. It's the classic battle of the Wack Pack versus the Crack Pack. Guy, all sober and cleaned up, asks for a sponsor for the tough times ahead, and finds one in Jan Michael Vincent, while the MXC Players present A Streetwalker Named Desire.

Challenges include: Rotating Surfboard of Death, The Crate Escape, Sperm Wheelers and Sinkers & Floaters.
Note: Footage for The Crate Escape is shown in a reverse angle.
6310"Pro Athletes vs. Supermodels (aka Supermodels vs. Steroid Users)"Pro AthletesFebruary 2, 2006 (2006-02-02)
It's 'roid Rage as the pumped-up, blood-doping Pro Athletes take on the fashion industry's Supermodels. It's a classic battle of anabolic steroids versus anorexic mind voids. Guy is outside of Kate Moss' dressing room as he's caught in a snowstorm of speculation and controversy, as he knows there's a fine white line between success and scandals, while the MXC Players present Steroids to Heaven as it asks the burning Question: "Is acne worth a Billion-Dollar Contract?".

Challenges include: Eat Shitake, Spit Ball (Foul Balls), Irritable Bowl Syndrome and Log Drop.
6411"Celebrity Justice vs. TV Motor Shows"TV Motor ShowsFebruary 9, 2006 (2006-02-09)
It's Hollywood infamy and mechanical robbery, as Celebrity Justice takes on TV's motor shows. It's the classic battle of falling stars versus souped-up cars. Crime-free Guy awaits a marshal and his bulging subpoena.

Challenges include: Sack Lunch, Wall Buggers, Little Man in the Boat and Brass Balls.
Note: This is the only episode to use footage of the final battle in almost every episode of Takeshi's Castle , in the drive-by shooting.
6512"Tough Guys vs. Chick Flicks"Chick FlicksFebruary 16, 2006 (2006-02-16)
It's a cinematic bonanza as the big screen Tough Guys go head-to-head with the box office Chick Flicks. It's the Schwarzeneggers versus the Zellwegers. Kenny has fun recreating Girls gone Crazy with Grambo (the team Captain for Tough Guys), while Guy is on scene as box office tickets go on sale for Slyvester Stallone's new movie Rocky VI entitled Rocky Fights Incontinence, although he prefers a romantic comedy like Showgirls or Kill Bill, Vic uses a Stormtrooper laser gun, and accidentally loses a lobe, and Katie C. Kolmes and Nicole Hidman present a scene from Thelma & Luise 2: The Musical.

Challenges Include: Slippery Slope of Slanted Death, Tumbling Dominoes of Doom, Catch Hell (Dirty Muddy Balls) and Log Drop.
Note: Some of the footage for Tumbling Dominoes of Doom is reused in this episode.
6613"Hip-Hop vs. Horror Movies"Hip-HopFebruary 23, 2006 (2006-02-23)
It's Music and Monsters as The world of Hip-Hop takes on Hollywood Horror Movies. It's a classic battle of rappers versus rippers. Kenny throws a gangsta party, only to be surprised by Vic, who Kenny mistakes him as the "Party Slasher". Guy the 'horrormonger' is joined by Leo 'Left Leg' Lopez.

Challenges Include: Cheese Squeezers, Runaway Stump, Dash to Death and Sinkers & Floaters.
Notes: 1) This episode features unused footage from the 'Monsters Special' (season 2) in some of the skits.
2) Some of the footage for Runaway stump is reused in this episode.
6714"Mega-Millionaires vs. Where Are They Now?"Where Are They Now?March 2, 2006 (2006-03-02)
It's have-mores versus has-beens as the Mega-Millionaires take on the Where Are They Now(s)? It's a classic battle of gazillions versus Gilligans. Guy shows off his Gold plated dandruff from Donald Trump.

Challenges include: Great Holes of Glory, Mud Butlers, Ball Busters and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
Note: Footage for Mud Butlers is reused in this episode.
6815"NASCAR vs. Box Office Bombs"Box Office BombsMarch 9, 2006 (2006-03-09)
It's oil slicks and bad flicks as NASCAR takes on Hollywood's box-office bombs. It's a classic battle of fast cars versus Ishtars. Guy is at the cinamegaplex, waiting for the Ben Affleck film festival, as the first (and last) person on line, while Vic and Kenny watch Michael Bore's flop Fahrenheit 7-11.

Challenges include: Drop Dead Line (Hook Line & Swingers), Muddy Runs, Chum in the Mouth and Battlefelch Earth.

Season 5 (2006–07)Edit

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691"Stoners vs. Health Nuts (aka Season 5 Sneak Preview)"StonersNovember 9, 2006 (2006-11-09)
In season 5's preview episode, it's vaporizers and exercisers as celebrated Potheads take on the Fitness Industry. It's the classic battle of degenerate stoners versus strong bone-ers. Guy tells us about his diet, meat creamy yoghurt and avocado, while Vic gets high on mushrooms.

Challenges include: Bagel Bumpers, Wall Bangers, Circle Jerkers, and Brass Balls.
702"Religious Right vs. Gay Rights"TieNovember 10, 2006 (2006-11-10)

It's Church Folks and Queer as Folks as the Religious Right take on Gay Rights in the "official" premiere of Season 5. It's the classic battle of Bible Stories versus Fairy Tales. Guy appreciates the strong muscular nature of the religious team, surprisingly, The MXC players present BJ and Some Bear, while the Captain rises from the dead.

Challenges include: A Mazing Grace, Sinkers & Floaters, Dope on a Rope, and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
Note: This episode features footage from the 1000 contestant special of Takeshi's Castle, as Tani rises from the dead.
713"Superheroes vs. MySpace"MySpaceNovember 17, 2006 (2006-11-17)
It's crime fighters and kilobyters as world-famous superheroes take on the world of MySpace. It's the classic battle of Heroes and Freaks versus emailing geeks. Vic and Kenny forge long-lasting relationships through their Myspace pages.

Challenges include: Slippery Slope of Slanted Death, Dash to Death, Log Drop, and Pole Riders.
724"V.G.A.D.D. Awards: Gaming Industry vs. Video Gamers"GamersDecember 8, 2006 (2006-12-08)
It's dorks and designers as Videogame Players take on the Videogame industry. It's the classic battle between game junkies versus corporate flunkies. Kenny, Vic, and the Captain present the Video Game Attention Deficit Disorder (V.G.A.D.D.) Awards by honoring those whose achievements did not merit the attention of Spike Tv's Video Game Awards (VGA's). Guy gives out his own awards, and burns the list of winners for security, but gets chewed out for doing so, while Vic plays the Mucasoft video game Booger Flicker II

Challenges include: Call of Booty, Window Pain, Mud Butlers, and Clear Sphere of Fear.

Note: This episode features footage from the athletic special of Takeshi's Castle, in the prize-giving ceremony.
735"Sexual Pioneers vs. The World of Violent Films"Sexual PioneersDecember 15, 2006 (2006-12-15)
It's Night Stalkers and Silk Stockings as Violent Movies takes on Sexual Pioneers and lingerie. It's the classic battle of Scarface-rs versus the leather-and-lacers. Guy presents his sexual smorgasbord, while Kenny does a tribute to The Exorcist, plus the Robert Rodriguez remake of Little Red Rider in the Hood is shown.

Challenges Include: Great Holes of Glory, Log Drop, One and One Makes Number Two (Sorry, Wrong Number) and Irritable Bowl Syndrome.
Note: Footage for Great Holes of Glory is reused in this episode.
746"Chick Magnets vs. Famous Felons"Famous FellonsDecember 22, 2006 (2006-12-22)
It's hard lovin' and hard labor as the celebrated Chick Magnets take on Famous Felons. It's the classic battle of ladies' men versus state pens. Guy gets pumped - repeatedly - by Michael Chiclets.

Challenges include: Cut the Cheese (Cheese Squeezers), Sinkers & Floaters, Dead End Zone, and Eat Shitake.
757"Jackass vs. Stand-Up Comics"Stand-Up ComicsDecember 29, 2006 (2006-12-29)
It's Punch-lines and Bungee Cords as the stars of Comedy take on the stars of Jackass. It's the classic battle of non-stop yucks versus stapled nuts, featuring Insult the Comic Dog. Guy tries comedy of his own, and gets speared for his trouble while Vic's comedy act appeals to the deaf.

Challenges include: Sprayed and Neutered, Boulder Dash, Door Jammed, and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
768"Young and Rich vs. Men's Magazines"TieJanuary 5, 2007 (2007-01-05)
It's Idle Money vs Sexy Bunnies as the Young and Rich take on the Men's Magazine Industry, It's the classic battle of spoiled jet setters versus Penthouse Pet-ters. Guy shows us a hot night spot, a saloon where everyone'll be 'VIP'ing all over the place.

Challenges include: Rump Bumpers, Hand Job, Dash to Death, and Pole Riders.
779"Greenpeace vs. Body Obsessed"Body ObsessedJanuary 12, 2007 (2007-01-12)
It's constipation and conservation as those with food disorders take on the environmental industry. It's the classic battle of diet pills versus dying seals. Guy attempts to soothe a repeatedly pulled muscle in the hot tub.

Challenges include: Survivor: Seamen Island, Log Drop, Ball Busters, and Brass Balls.
7810"Hot Chicks of Primetime vs. Hot Celebrity Moms"Hot Celebrity MomsJanuary 19, 2007 (2007-01-19)
In the third-ever all-girls episode, it's Beautiful Babes and Baby Buggies as the Ladies of Prime TV take on the Hot Celebrity Mommies. It's the classic battle of collagen lips versus spreading hips. Guy shows his maternal instinct and how to attract a starlet with a small car and a large basket.

Challenges include: Pinheads, Sinkers & Floaters, Irritable Bowl Syndrome, and Brass Balls.
7911"The White House vs. The World"The WorldJanuary 26, 2007 (2007-01-26)

It's deciders and dissenters as The White House takes on The World! It's the classic battle of the Bushies versus the Bashers. Guy is at a top secret location, which he will reveal only after repeated debriefings.

Challenges include: Wall Bangers, Sinkers & Floaters, Muddy Runs, and Buck Off.

Notes: 1) This episode features "Howie Dean" (Chuck Wilson, who acted as the assistant to the Japanese-Bilingual Tani in two of the Takeshi's Castle International Specials).
2) Footage for Muddy Runs and Buck Off were not taken from the Takeshi's Castle International Specials which made up most of this episode's footage.
8012"People Who Piss Us Off vs. Worst Jobs"Worst JobsFebruary 2, 2007 (2007-02-02)
It's Unemployment Lines and Over the Line-ers as the world's worst jobs take on the people we love to hate. it's the classic battle of unpleasant work versus unpleasant jerks. Guy talks about all his bad jobs, including testing vaccines.

Challenges include: Tumbling Dominoes of Doom, Wall Buggers, Elimination Idol, and Rotating Surfboard of Death.
Notes: 1) This episode features footage of many of the characters of Takeshi's Castle in other occupations, although their real names are not used.
2) Footage for Wall Buggers is reused in this episode.
8113"College Sports vs. Mall of Baghdad"Mall of BaghdadFebruary 9, 2007 (2007-02-09)
It's Pac Tens and Tent Sales as College Sports take on the new Mall of Baghdad. It's the classic battle of right guarders versus righteous martyrs. Guy is at the food court of the Mall of Baghdad, ordering Iraq of Lamb.

Challenges include: Mud Butlers, Dash to Death, Boulder Dash, and Log Drop.

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