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  • Actors: Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Brandon Dicamillo, Ryan Dunn, Chris Pontius
  • Writers: Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, Paul Greenberg, Spike Jonze, Vito Viscomi
  • Producers: Carol Eng, Jessica Swirnoff, John Miller
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount / MTV
  • DVD Release Date: December 10, 2002
  • Run Time: 535 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006JU7V
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #334,702 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "MTV Jackass (Volumes 2 & 3)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Volumes two and three wrapped together
  • Photo gallery
  • Trivia game

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Due to some random haggard circumstances, Volume 1 of the Jackass TV series isn't coming out anytime soon. But in the meantime here's Volume 2 & 3. Volume two of the Jackass series contains a random, haggard selection of segments and bits that aired on our crappy little television show. Remarkable moments in this half-ass collection include Chris Pontius masquerading as an American werewolf and creating panic in the streets of London, Johnny Knoxville sticking his arm right up a cow's butt, Bam Margera and Brandon Dicamillo taking the hockey gloves off and brawling in the middle of a café, Ehren McGhehey falling flat on his pink face while skateboarding blindfolded, and a bunch of other absurd stunts, pranks and queer misbehavior from our bumbling cat and crew of idiots. Volume three of the Jackass series contains a random, haggard selection of segments and bits that aired on our crappy little television show. Memorable moments in this half-ass collection include the recitation of the Gettysburg Address by Johnny Knoxville while a beard of leeches is applied to his ruggedly handsome face, Chris Pontius stripping down for the pleasure of five other dudes, Wee Man and Preston Lacy pulling a "poo switcheroo" with a porta-potty, Dave England digging through the trash and unearthing a tasty treat in a diaper, and a bunch of other absurd stunts, pranks and queer misbehavior from our bumbling cat and crew of idiots.

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When Andy Warhol made his prophetic comment about fame, he could not possibly have anticipated the lengths some would go to get their 15 minutes. Consider Johnny Knoxville and his posse of merry pranksters. These are America's funniest home videos, a generous and representative sampling of segments from the notorious MTV series Jackass, which capture men behaving very badly, and very stupidly. Knoxville and company are mostly content to do injury to themselves and each other (their poor and battered groins alone must be eligible for combat pay). Other segments have a demented Candid Camera quality. In one, Chris Pontius dons a werewolf suit and runs amok through London. In another, two hockey players continue their "fight" inside a store. Throwaway bits, such as the popping of a blackhead, cleanse the palate between stunts. As one observer notes: "You'd have to be an idiot to try this." Watching this, however, is another matter. And by the way, there is no volume 1; go figure.

Volume 3 is everything you want in a Jackass compilation, and more: more arrested adolescent behavior, more outrageous stunts and pranks, more "poo." Pogo-stick skateboarding, ice-block downhill skating, and backwards bull-riding are representative of the way-extreme stunts that have made Johnny Knoxville and his posse folk heroes to Generation BMX. But Jackass turns it up to 11 with its fearless forays into public performance art. In one of the more benign segments, Rick Kosick shaves his head and dons a frightful toupee, which he proceeds to drop in front of people. Funnier are the bits with Knoxville convincingly costumed as a 90-year-old man. In a more grisly segment, Knoxville and a partner subject an unsuspecting carpet cleaner to a bloody scene of escalating mayhem. And it wouldn't be Jackass without frontal assaults on the groin. Guaranteed to get the party started, this volume, at 78 minutes, has tremendous shock value. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

The DVD has very few special features, but that's okay.
Michael Crane
These guys are a lively bunch and that shows even more just listening to these guys make fun of them selves and each other.
fmwaalex
I just went to my local Best Buy to pick up this DVD to see if it was worth my 30 bucks.
Kyle Jean

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Numb_Nuts on December 11, 2002
Format: DVD
THESE DVD'S ARE CENSORED!!!(thats why i gave them 4 stars)Now i love the show and the movie was awesome, so when i found out these dvd's were coming out, i pre-ordered them first chance i got...later i saw the covers for them, which have a parental advisory on them, so naturally i thought, "FINALLY some uncut jackass!"(excluding the movie). Well now i find out that they are still bleeped! theres nothing i can do now, they're bought and paid for, and im still glad i have them but it should have been stated somewhere that they would still be censored. Also, there is NO added or unaired footage. Everything on here was on tv. If you don't mind the beeps, then they are still awesome! and a final comment for the 2 who say otherwise, volume one will NOT be released next year or anytime for that matter, INSTEAD there are supposed to be full UNCENSORED seasons coming to dvd once the legal situation is solved, key word there "SUPPOSED".
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Clare Quilty on December 8, 2005
Format: DVD
Where is the "SELF-DEFENSE PRODUCTS DEMONSTRATION"?

That's the one in which Johnny Knoxville subjects himself to pepper spray, an electrified cattle prod and taser darts. That's the first "Jackass" sketch I saw and it's hilarious, still one of my favorites.

When Vol. 2-3 came out, I was hoping it would be on one of those.

It wasn't.

So, I thought, surely it'll be on Vol. 1.

It's not.

Still, there are over 100 chapters here and some really good sketches:

"Poo Cocktail," "Johnny Coxville," "BMX Joust," "Sumo Wrestling," "Daddy and Baby (1-3)," "The Goldfish," "50 Egg Challenge," "Egg Nog Challenge," "Landskiing" (with Bam Margera doing one of the best falls of the series); "Beekini," "Bam Beating Phil for a Day," "Prostitute Boat Race," "Skunk," "Steve-O Shot Glass" and the extremely funny "Oklahoma," in which Preston gets whipped by dominatrices.

This is a good set but the one scene I bought it to have isn't on here. Alas.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By T&D on December 29, 2002
Format: DVD
I don't know about anyone else, but this was possibly the most eagerly awaited DVD of the year, well for me, anyway.
Whilst I love Jackass and can watch most of it anytime without getting bored, I was really looking forward to owning this DVD.
But it is dissapointing, it's a bit of a let down for me, The 'bleeps' which cover swearing are still intact, and the fuzzy screen whenever there is nudity and [stuff] remains too, Now I don't really want to see male nudity, but I want the full picture, a chunk of the soundtrack has gone too, which dissapoints as some skits were really complete with the music.
I love the show and all the 'guys' from it, but I may aswell have taped it from MTV... its no different.
Also the volume one is missing, because of stupid kids copying it and lawsuits etc. I still rate the DVD because I rate the show, I can't wait for the movie, but I long for a complete collection with extras etc, in a nice deluxe boxset, like the cKY series.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 11, 2002
Format: DVD
I am a huge fan of Jackass, but am extremely disappointed. I was expecting extra footage, no bleeping of curse words or blurring of naughty bits, but no... these DVD's are exactly what was on TV & I already had every episode on tape. Now I'll be the sucker buying them again when the 'deluxe & uncensored' version comes out. It's still really funny though, so If you don't have them on tape or have never seen these episodes, then pick it up.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By benjamin pardee on January 31, 2003
Format: DVD
Okay, not only is this DVD lacking some of the better skits (any of the CKY stuff with Bam and Phil, the egg-eating contest, etc) they included some of the lamer skits like the metallic suit, beard of leeches, and Gumball 2000. Seriously lacking and let's not mention the edited scenes, this DVD was promised to show "what MTV wouldn't allow on air". The only skit I hadn't seen on MTV was the omelette, or should I say Vomelette. All in all, still entertaining, but a real big let-down for this Jackass fan. Buy the CKY box set instead!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By fmwaalex VINE VOICE on September 12, 2008
Format: DVD
JACKASS VOL.1

I was just sitting there bored the other night and was wondering what should watch, I was only one home with nothing to do on a day off. So there I was looking at my collection wondering what have not watched since I bought it, and there it was. It had been a while since I had seen any thing Jackass related, and I used to watch this stuff all the time. I realized just how much I missed this how once I finished viewing it; I wish these guys would get together one last time before they are too old.

Any way there are a lot of funny things on this DVD and some that are just ok. But I learned one thing about viewing this alone, it is much funnier when you watch any of this with your friends. Maybe it is just the atmosphere that is created when there are a lot of people watching some stupid stuff. Also I have to say that the second half in my opinion is better then most of the first off, still it is all good if you are bored. None the less there are a lot of really good moments and not surprising a lot feature Bam, Dico, Ryan, and the CKY crew. Things such as the BMX Joust, and the classic Shopping Carts segment, of course all of them have good moments [Preston's pee gag is great, those people acted so cool to his face and then clowned him once he left]. I feel like this is a little hard to review due to the fact that it is a collection of season 1 and the full season. I guess over everything else the best thing about this release is the hilarious commentary that the guys provide; in fact it makes the show that much better. These guys are a lively bunch and that shows even more just listening to these guys make fun of them selves and each other. They rip on Ehren bad on this track, so much so that you feel bad for him.
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