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Wipeout is an obstacle farce meant for pure entertainment purposes. There is nothing serious about it except the money that contestants can win. Hosted by comedians John Henson and John Anderson, a viewer at home will be in for an hour of laughs. Wipeout takes the shape of a reality game show format. It brings 24 people through one of the world's largest and wackiest obstacle courses, racing to win the grand prize of $50,000. Contestants jump, roll, and get thrown from absurd "games" in hopes of making it to the end with a good time.

The first qualifying round takes all contestants through the course, but only advances the twelve people with the quickest times. All contestants reveal a ridiculous side of their personality and get jabbed with jokes and commentary throughout. The next round is the Sweeper, which weeds out the six people who last the longest. The final person standing receives $1,000 for the trouble. The third round involves one particular giant obstacle with a crazy nickname. Two more players are let go and the final four players compete in the last round called "The Wipeout Zone". Here, a person must finish four obstacles with the fastest tome. The person with the best time wins the grand prize.

Wipeout is not serious in any sense of the word. Contestants are willing to be humiliated and put through tough physical challenges for money. It is meant to be a fun and silly hour where seriousness goes out the window.

7 Seasons, 134 Episodes
June 24, 2008
Game Show, Reality
Cast: John Henson, John Anderson, Jill Wagner
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Wipeout Full Episode Guide

  • In the final competition of the season, winners from the season compete in the Tournament of Champions.

  • Greek rivals compete on the Wipeout Course.

  • The season's previous winners return in a tournament of champions.

  • Join the Big Balls, Incorporated workforce as our 12 recruited pairs of bosses and employees team up. To find out which partner is the real power house, their shift will include The Pink Slip, The Playpound and The Smallsy Factory.

  • Bosses and their employees team up to compete in the Wipeout Zone.

  • A few former couples come back to tackle the obstacle course one more time.

  • A unique kind of athletes take on the obstacle coarse on the S.S. Booty Shaker. Contestants include "Beard Braid" and "Indiana Josh."

  • Bachelors face off with the Bachelorettes on the assault course.

  • In the second part of Blind Date, the top four contestants will advance to the Wipeout Zone, however, only one couple will walk away with the cash prize and a spot to compete in the "Tournament of Champions."

  • Twelve single men and 12 single women are set up on blind dates to compete. Obstacles include: "The Love Bugs"; "Sweet Talkers"; and "The Elephant Lovers."

  • 24 contestants face a challenge for the average man.

  • Twenty-four charming bachelors compete for the first-ever edition of "Win A Date with Jill."

  • Two dozen all-American contestants attempt to conquer the Backyard Barbecue and Baseball Bash.

  • A team of good-looking people take on a team of nerds.

  • 12 teams composed of two family members compete against each other.

  • Contestants who have dirty jobs get messy on the sixth season Wipeout finale.

  • It's a classic battle of the hotties versus the nerds.

  • On this special two-hour episode, 24 men and women will be set up by matchmaker Jill Wagner for the ultimate blind date.

  • On this special two-hour episode, 24 men and women will be set up by matchmaker Jill Wagner for the ultimate blind date.

  • Twenty-four contestants compete in the Wipeout Zone for the grand prize of $50,000.

  • Twenty four former beauty pageant contestants compete in the Wipeout Zone.

  • Contestants compete in obstacles including the Tether Beater, the Fail Boxes and Trippity Skippity Flippity Doo.

  • Contestants compete in a Caribbean-inspired obstacle course, including the 'Swashbuckler', 'Backyard BBQ', and the 'Octopushy'.

  • Contestants compete in a cat-inspired obstacle course, including "Wipeout's Jet Skis," "Fail Boat" and "Wipeout Farmhouse."

  • Newlyweds compete in obstacles such as Cradle of Tough Love and Honeymoon in Paree.

  • Exes reunite to compete as couples. Chris Harrison visits the course to search for the next Bachelor or Bachelorette among the single men and women.

  • Doctors, scientists and researchers compete against some beefed-up hard bodies on the "Wipeout" obstacle course.

  • Bosses and employees compete in obstacles like Cuckoo Crazy, the Wipeout Break Room and the Miami Pound Machine.

  • Family members compete in obstacles, including the ant-infested It's No Picnic, Aunt Patty Cake and Octopushy.

  • Contestants take on the Killer Croc and Wipeout Jail.

  • Contestants take on a zombie-filled obstacle course. In addition, they encounter the Pork Chopper, the Tongue Twisters and Bally's cousin Juan Barlos.

  • The sixth season welcomes back Jill Wagner as cohost. Meanwhile, contestants take on a pizza shop and battle the eight-legged Octopushy.

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Wipeout News

Ice Sculptures, Motocross, and Pranks Among Subjects of New TruTV Shows

TruTV is about to get even more wacky reality programming. The network has not only renewed shows like "Hardcore Pawn," "Black Gold" and "Lizard Lick Towing," but it has also acquired reruns of ABC's obstacle-course competition show "Wipeout."

TruTV has also announced a number of projects in development, some of them in familiar territory and others fairly new in concept.