Wildboyz 4 Seasons 2003

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Season 1
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1. South Africa 1 TV-14 CC

From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

Starring:
Steve-O, Chris Pontius
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
January 1, 2003

South Africa 1

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Season 1
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    1. South Africa 1 From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003
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    2. Alaska 1 From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003
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    3. Florida From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003
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    4. Australia From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003
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    5. South Africa 2 From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003
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    6. Alaska 2 From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 2, 2003
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    7. New Zealand From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003
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    8. Belize From the creators of MTV's Jackass comes Wildboyz, the groundbreaking adventure show spearheaded by its two stars of low moral caliber, Chris Pontius and Steve-O.

    TV-14 22min January 1, 2003

Product Details

Genres Adventure, Documentary, Comedy
Director Jeff Tremaine, Dimitry Elyashkevich
Starring Steve-O, Chris Pontius
Supporting actors Manny Puig, Johnny Knoxville, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña, David Weathers, Jeff Tremaine, J.P. Blackmon, Dimitry Elyashkevich, Mat Hoffman, Loomis Fall
Season year 2003
Network MTV
Executive Producer Tabrez Noorani
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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A great plus to such a unique show.
Mr. Ben
As if to further reinforce the ridiculousness of these kinds of shows, there is even a faux British narrator who establishes every segment.
Cubist
If you love nature, the wild and a whole lot of funny to go along with it, its time for the Wildboyz!
BJ

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Torres on November 12, 2004
Format: DVD
Just to let everyone know, if you read a DUMMY'S review who said that this is censored, don't listen to him! I just bought this dvd today and it is 100% UNCENSORED!!! Cuss words, nudity, etc. I just though that I would let everyone know!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ben VINE VOICE on November 1, 2004
Format: DVD
Do not watch this show if you have a weak stomach! There are numerous instances where the Wildboyz engage in antics featuring animal feces! They both get hurt quite often, but never very badly. The worst injury actually happens to their cameraman who is scratched by a Cheetah (and he needed 7 stitches). That being said, this show is hilarious! It is easily funnier than most programming out there on TV, and it does in fact have a respect for nature. If nothing else, you'll realize that there's a reason these species have survived for so long.

One thing that is also great about this set is that the episodes are consistantly good. i can't say that there is one "best" in the set, simply because they are all so strong. There is virtually no stunt repetition (unless you count the "black mamba" which is just goofy). Also worth checking out is the interaction the Wildboyz have with native peoples. Be they Zulu or Eskimo, Steve-O and Chris put on a show for the people.

The DVD has a good load of extras, with easter eggs that are actually worth finding. The extras inlcude some funny deleted bits, some funny outtakes and a surprisingly strong making-of video (along with other obligatory extras). A great plus to such a unique show.

It is such a strange show in that on the one hand they can do very disgusting and stupid things, but at the same time have a respect for nature. Animals are stupid, but so are humans. These guys push the limits and risk their lives. As Chris says in the first episode, "Its a jungle out there, and we're Tarzan."
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Cubist on October 26, 2004
Format: DVD
Imagine The Crocodile Hunter mixed with the antics of Jackass and you have a pretty good idea of what Wildboyz is all about. After the demise of Jackass, Steve-O and Chris Pontius did some soul-searching and decided to become "research scientists." To this end, they now travel the globe "studying" wild animals in their natural habitats and experience the local customs and practices indigenous to that area. What does this all mean? Plenty of Jackass-style gross-outs, captured in eight episodes on this solid 2-DVD set.

Wildboyz is a sly spoof of those old Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom shows with Marlon Perkins. As if to further reinforce the ridiculousness of these kinds of shows, there is even a faux British narrator who establishes every segment. Each episode is set in a specific area of the world (Alaska, Belize, Australia) and features Chris and Steve-O "studying" an animal or insect (or snake) and then getting bitten, clawed or otherwise maimed. They never hurt the animals. Nine times out of ten it is they who are hurt by said creature. Along for the ride on most shows is animal expert, Manny Puig, a wild-haired, scruffy looking dude who doesn't look like he'd be an expert of anything but seems to keep the boys out of trouble and offers the occasional bit of sage advice. Johnny Knoxville even makes an appearance in an episode set in Florida and fakes a fatal snake bite as a practical joke on Steve-O.

What makes the show work so well is the personalities of Chris and Steve-O and the dynamic between them. Chris is the braver of the two (in one episode, he sneaks up on a jaguar) while Steve-O is the scaredy-cat (and is often the first to run at the sign of any kind of danger). They make a great team and seem to be genuinely having fun and impart a love for animals.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jery Tillotson on November 12, 2004
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Whatever you do, don't mistake this zany, hysterical TV series for Marlin Perkin's "Wild Kingdom." Filmed on location all over the wilds of the world, you have these two hilarious "Dudes"--Chris Pontius and Steve-O--guiding us through the mysteries of Mother Nature. These episodes are so off-the-wall that you never know what to expect. This duo come off as surprisingly likeable because they don't try to preen or strut their stuff like professional actors or nature lovers. They're just plain ole Chris and Steve-O, formerly of "Jackass" and they come across as party guys you'd love to have swigging some beer at your own happening. What surprises the viewer is how close to real danger our guys put themselves in to prove a point. I had to close my eyes when Chris let himself be chomped on by a boa constrictor--and then he laughs about it! Then there's Steve O demonstrating how a porcupine's quills can be pretty painful indeed--especially when he deliberately sits down, naked butt and all, on a real live creature and you watch the quills being tugged from his skin. Anyway, if you like the Marx Brothers, you should hvae no trouble sitting through this zany, nutsy and entertaining foray into the wilds of the world.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By mearsdaman on July 27, 2005
Format: DVD
This show is fun to watch and can even teach a few things about nature. This show is not over the top like Jackass and Viva la Bam, but it is crazy, because you don't really know what's going to happen when you jump in the water with a Great White Shark. The animals don't act or play to the camera which is what makes it somewhat educating. You learn that even some of the nicest animals can still hurt you, and that some of the most vicious animals are not always so dangerous. I'm not saying to watch this because you will learn something, I just say watch it because it's funny and you don't know how the animals will react to what's happening; therefore teaching you at the same time what you shouldn't do around certain animals, even though you probably will never come into contact with most of the animals on the show. So watch and learn.
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