Stars Earn Stripes 1 Season 2012

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Season 1
(11) IMDb 6.1/10
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1. Amphibious Assault TV-PG CC

Hosts Samantha Harris and Gen. Wesley Clark join eight celebrity competitors in military-inspired challenges for charity.

Runtime:
1 hour 26 minutes
Original air date:
August 13, 2012

Available in HD on supported devices.

Amphibious Assault

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Season 1
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    1. Amphibious Assault Hosts Samantha Harris and Gen. Wesley Clark join eight celebrity competitors in military-inspired challenges for charity.

    TV-PG 1h 26min August 13, 2012
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    2. Search and Destroy The "Stars Earn Stripes" celebrities face a harrowing mission entitled "search and destroy" in which they must "fast rope" from a helicopter onto a rooftop and repel down an 8 story building. One cast member must overcome personal fears while another isn't sure they want to be a part of the mission at all. Two celebrities must face off in a final shootout round with the winning team moving onto the next round of the competition. Hosted by General Wesley Clark (ret) and Samantha Harris, the show stars Laila Ali, Dean Cain, Terry Crews, Nick Lachey, Todd Palin, Dolvett Quince, Picabo Street and Eve Torres

    TV-PG 44min August 20, 2012
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    3. Rapid Detonation The "Stars Earn Stripes" celebrities must confront their next mission, "rapid detonation," in which the squads have to retrieve a patrol vehicle that is being brought in by air and also take out enemy targets by firing a machine gun from a Humvee. Two celebrities must face off in a final shootout round with the winning team moving onto the next round of the competition.

    TV-PG 44min August 27, 2012
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    4. Stolen Intelligence - Harbor Demolition The "Stars Earn Stripes" celebrities are confronted with a surprise shootout which leaves one celebrity operative duo to be dismissed before the next mission.

    TV-PG 1h 27min September 3, 2012

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Supporting actors Dean Cain, Chris Kyle, Eve Torres, Grady Powell, Terry Crews, Dale Comstock, Nick Lachey, Tom Stroup, Todd Palin, J.W. Cortes, Dolvett Quince, Andrew McLaren, Picabo Street, Brent Gleeson, Laila Ali, Talon Smith
Season year 2012
Network NBC
Executive Producer Ari Cheren
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I hope this show comes back and continues for many years!!!
Hunt
I thought the "celebrities" were very respectful toward the military operatives, and it seemed to be a very eye opening and humbling experience for them.
Curly
This shows gives us a glimpse into the training of our military & law enforcement professionals.
Arby

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Curly on September 24, 2012
As the spouse of a S.W.A.T Officer / Army Reservist (currently on his 4th active duty tour overseas), I loved this show! I thought the "celebrities" were very respectful toward the military operatives, and it seemed to be a very eye opening and humbling experience for them. They took this opportunity very seriously and every one of them said it completely changed they way they view our brave men and women in uniform.

I honestly think that the critics who negatively reviewed this show, did not watch it to the end. There was a HUGE amount of humility, and at times even tears, in the eyes of the "celebrities" as they talked about how impressed they were with the Operatives on the show and how much they respected them for their service and sacrifice for our country. They appeared truly grateful for the experience of being on the show and getting to have even a small glimpse at what our military does to ensure our safety and freedom. I REALLY hope they do a second season of this show. My spouse and I both felt it really did a good job of honoring our military, and the fact that the celebrities were competing to win money for military and law enforcement based charities like Wounded Warrior Foundation, Got your 6, and USO, was awesome!

To those who gripe that it is a "reality show" or that it "glamorizes war"...you clearly didn't watch the show to the end. There was nothing glamorous about it. There were a few "celebrities" who failed their missions, "celebrities" who were covered in mud, several injuries, and lots of bruises! In the end, there was a great deal of humility both on the part of the celebrities and the operatives.

One thing I was also really impressed with was the fact that many of the operatives, when approached about being on the show, said no...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Curly on September 24, 2012
As the spouse of a S.W.A.T Officer / Army Reservist (currently on his 4th active duty tour overseas), I loved this show! I thought the "celebrities" were very respectful toward the military operatives, and it seemed to be a very eye opening and humbling experience for them. They took this opportunity very seriously and every one of them said it completely changed they way they view our brave men and women in uniform.

I honestly think that the critics who negatively reviewed this show, did not watch it to the end. There was a HUGE amount of humility, and at times even tears, in the eyes of the "celebrities" as they talked about how impressed they were with the Operatives on the show and how much they respected them for their service and sacrifice for our country. They appeared truly grateful for the experience of being on the show and getting to have even a small glimpse at what our military does to ensure our safety and freedom. I REALLY hope they do a second season of this show. My spouse and I both felt it really did a good job of honoring our military, and the fact that the celebrities were competing to win money for military and law enforcement based charities like Wounded Warrior Foundation, Got your 6, and USO, was awesome!

To those who gripe that it is a "reality show" or that it "glamorizes war"...you clearly didn't watch the show to the end. There was nothing glamorous about it. There were a few "celebrities" who failed their missions, "celebrities" who were covered in mud, several injuries, and lots of bruises! In the end, there was a great deal of humility both on the part of the celebrities and the operatives.

One thing I was also really impressed with was the fact that many of the operatives, when approached about being on the show, said no...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Grim Reaper on August 27, 2012
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this show is great because it shows what it takes to be apart of different parts of our military. Would have put different stars in but they are still good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By one_ten on April 17, 2013
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This is a awesome series that shows some of the stuff our troops go through and I can't wait for season 2
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Susan B. on August 24, 2012
I enjoy seeing celebrities moving out of their comfort zone and into another arena. This is a level above skating or dancing with the stars because they train for military action. Of course it's not "real" compared to what our brave military and law enforcement officers go through! Who would expect that? But it's certainly entertaining, and I nominate LL Cool J for Season 2!
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By Arby on April 5, 2014
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Unlike most TV and movies, this series gives you professionals in scenarios where they must "shoot,move &communicat" . They miss, they change magazines, etc. the stars do not matter in this show although they look good and perform well. This shows gives us a glimpse into the training of our military & law enforcement professionals. Most importantly it shows us that -unlike the movies, there are no endless magazines and you don't always hit your target; on the first shot.
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