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Top Shot 4 Seasons 2011

Season 2
4.5 out of 5 stars (121) IMDb 7.5/10

From Annie Oakley to William Tell, HISTORY continues to tap into legendary feats of marksmanship with the competitive series Top Shot. Inspired by real events, every episode reveals weapons and tactics from another era, while HD cameras re-create history with breathtaking precision. All take aim, but only one contestant can walk away with the $100,000 prize.

Starring:
Colby Donaldson, Joe Serafini

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1. Sharpshooter Surprise

14 men and 2 women arrive from around the country to compete for the $100,000 prize and the title of Top Shot--only to face a surprise right from Civil War history: exactly 150 years ago, soldiers had to pass a test to get into the first sharpshooting regiment. Using the same weapon, marksmen will face the same challenge and find another surprise.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 8, 2011
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2. Shoot Or Be Shot

For the first time on Top Shot, contestants will be able to shoot ... each other! Using prohibition era weapons, teams will have to hit their targets, all while the other team tries to shoot them with paintball guns. In the elimination challenge, two contestants face off with the iconic "Tommy Gun".

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 15, 2011
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3. Uphill Battle

In this military-themed episode, teams try to blow up an ammo dump. Using the legendary M1A rifle, they face a literal uphill battle. One contestant's shocking mistakes put his team in jeopardy. In the elimination challenge, marksmen face an obscured targets challenge using the Glock 17 pistol.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 22, 2011
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4. Compound Fracture

Using a modern compound bow, contestants' archery skills are put to the test. Contestants must rank themselves before competing in a tubular team challenge. Meanwhile, tensions with team leadership threaten to unravel the group.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 1, 2011
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5. Quickfire Face-off

It's all about speed as marksmen face off in a head-to-head speed-shooting showdown. Using a Colt .45 and a rarely-seen Razorcat Racing Gun, contestants also get surprise visitors to help them with their training.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 8, 2011
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6. Bury The Hatchet

Marksmen compete with legendary primitive weapons: the tomahawk and blowgun. One of the most intense challenges of the season allows us to see who has natural skills and adaptability -- and who doesn't.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 15, 2011
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7. Trick Shot Showdown II

It's a Trick Shot Showdown! Contestants split a bullet on an axe, shoot with both hands and upside down as they attempt iconic shots from exhibition shooting history. Some marksmen step up to the extreme challenge while others fall short.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 22, 2011
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8. Catch .22

Competitors face an extreme shooting gallery. With only eight remaining, it's back to marksmanship basics. The marksmen face off with a firearm they're all familiar with, a .22, and the level playing field allows them to see who really excels.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 29, 2011
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9. The 1000 Yard Shot

Marksmen face a supreme long-range test, the iconic 1000 yard shot. They will use the biggest gun ever used in Top Shot competition -- a Barrett 82A1 .50. Teams dissolve and it is every marksmen for himself.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 5, 2011
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10. The Shakedown

The competition shakes up literally, as the final six marksmen are forced to shoot from unstable platforms. Season One winner, Iain Harrison, returns to lend a steady hand. Meanwhile, tensions among the final competitors come to a head.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 12, 2011
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11. Down To The Wire

Marksmen shoot while hanging from a 125-foot crane, then shoot from the back of moving jeep. In the last episode before the finale, the final five marksmen face the two biggest challenges of the competition.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 19, 2011
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12. Season Two Finale

The final four contestants compete to determine the winner of the $100,000 prize and the title of Top Shot. They face the most intense series of challenges of the competition.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 26, 2011
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13. Behind the Bullet

The marksmen return to reveal their secrets to competing this season. They discuss the unseen skills, strategies and the most controversial shots from the competition. Plus a sneak peek to marksmen chosen for Season 3.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: April 26, 2011
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Season 1 was really fun to watch. I enjoyed every single contestant involved and I really appreciated the challenges and respectable competition.

Season 2 in the other hand was dull and boring, and I caught myself yelling at my tv towards the end of the competition.

I hate the contestants involved and the whole bedroom clique was really annoying to watch. I couldn't even watch the last two episodes because of George. George if you ever read this, your a d***head. As for Ashley, you suck and can't even shoot.
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As the History Channel continues to veer away from actual history into the realm of reality television, we have one of the more unusual competition type programs in "Top Shot." Don't get me wrong. There is nothing particularly unique about the format of the show which mirrors countless other elimination programs across the television landscape. But with the subject matter being guns and recreational shooting, the show really caters to a widespread sport that you don't see embraced very often in traditional programming. Thus, lovers of target practice and marksmanship have a show that they can call their own. It's not an exclusive club, however, those that love reality competitions but have never been to a shooting range can also have a bit of fun. The show has the expected reality quirks that you either embrace or loathe. There's quick cut editing for dramatic affect, enthusiastic but obvious commentary from the host ("It's a hit" Survivor alum Colby Donaldson might exclaim despite the fact that we've just watched the impact), and eliminations that are based just as much on politics and game-playing as opposed to outright talent (due to team competitions).

Season Two of "Top Shot" doesn't reinvent the formula of the first season. It does, however, try to liven things up. This season there are sixteen competitors (14 men and 2 women) striving to avoid the episodic eliminations. While some of the weapons and challenges claim to be inspired by history (as a nod to the network), this component is not as developed as it might be. Various stunts include shooting from a moving vehicle or while being suspended and new weapons are introduced. In addition to a variety of guns, the show also samples other weapons such as blow guns, bows, and hatchets.
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This is a very entertaining show about shooting competition. I didn't give it 5 stars because there is too much cursing on the show. It is bleeped out, but its not hard to understand what they are saying.
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As with my review of season one, there is very little on television for the target shooting enthusiast, so a show such as Top Shot is a rarity. The format is very good although I would like to see the shoot off elimination rounds be more strictly performance based than who likes whom in the house.
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Top Politics! That should be the name. So at the very beginning the mostly smokers ban together to vote everyone else off the show for the entire season. The word "crooks" come to mind here! I sure want to say more but I don't need to digress more.
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A combo of marksmen competition and reality show. Although I find the format of Season 5 - The All Stars much better than the first four seasons, these seasons are still great to watch for the variety of weapons they have to master and compete with. Starting with 16 marksmen, it gets whittled down to a final 'Top Shot' by the end.

From primitive weapons, to modern weapons, there is probably something you haven't seen or used yourself. The competitions themselves are innovative as well; some really turn the competitors on their heads.

The 'House' drama aspect of the first four seasons is my only complaint about he show, but minor to me, since I watch for the competitions and weapons.

If you like watching men and women shoot difficult targets, as well as some trick shots, and like seeing many different types of weapons, then I think you'll like these seasons.
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Amazon has the different seasons of this show as free Instant Videos for Prime members. I downloaded the first season on my Kindle Fire HD and really enjoyed watching it. That is unusual for me, as I really can't stand most of these 'Reality' based competition shows. Then I downloaded this second season. I can't begin to say how much I ended up hating some of the people featured on this show. It started out well, but quickly turned into nothing more than the usual reality show mess of some people deciding that being ugly toward other contestants is better than actually participating in the events. I was not surprised at the ending and really got the impression that the final events that took place were staged by the last three remaining contestants.

I was really disappointed and I doubt now if I will ever watch the other seasons of this show, especially after hearing that two of the three final contestants return in later seasons as instructors. Knowing that, I can't help be a little suspicious that the producers of this show didn't set things up just so to make the second season show more controversial.
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I admit I am a fan of every season of Top Shot, on History. I've seen every season and have always enjoyed them!! I watched this one with my wife so she could see the infamous George Rinas shot, when he missed a target on purpose to help his friend Chris Reed out. Very good show.
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