MXC - Most Extreme Elimination Challenge Season One
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Episode 1) Meat Handlers vs. Cartoon Voice Actors
Games: Sinkers and Floaters, Log Drop, Wall Buggers, and Boulder Dash
Review: This is one of the best episodes in season one not only because of four great games, but also by the guy who can be seen below the "X" on the DVD cover.
Episode 2) Donors vs. Addicts
Games: Mud Butlers, Dash To Death, Rotating Surfboard of Death, Brass Balls, and Pole Riders
Review: This is the first episode with Dash to Death and Surfboard of Death. Dash to Death has always been one of favorite games. Though there still good games, Pole Riders and Mud Butlers aren't my favorites.
Episode 3) Cows vs. Cars
Games: Wall Bangers, Get Hard, Saddle Sores, Swish Bucklers, and Teetering Temple of Crippling Doom
Review: Wall Bangers is good, other than that, it's not the best episode.
Episode 4) Cops vs. Cons
Games: Dope on a Rope, Slippery Slope of Slanted Death, Hand Job, Bunk Buddies, Door Jam, and Yankin' It
Review: At the bottom of season one. There's no Log Drop, Sinkers and Floaters, or Dash to Death.
Episode 5) The Couples Show
Games: Plank Spankers, Surfboard of Death, Irritable Bowl Syndrome, Wall Buggers, and Brass Balls
Review: One of the few episodes with Plank Spankers, and the first episode with Bowl Syndrome. All in all, it's a good episode.
Episode 6) Inventors vs.Read more ›
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Fast forward to 2006, and MXC (Most Extreme Elimination Challenge) is as funny as ever. Obviously, the main appeal of the show is in the outrageous stunts that are performed by the contestants. The incredibly mean-spirited events provide for plenty of physical humor, and the clueless innocence of the contestants just makes it that much funnier.
There's more to MXC than simply physical comedy. The over-the-top production is genuinely funny even without any English dubbing, with plenty of elaborate sets and costumes in every episode. Don't discount the dubbing, though. The writing is filled with hilarious double entendres and bizarre references that will make even the most jaded viewer crack a smile.
MXC will appeal to viewers of most ages (many of the crude jokes will doubtless go over young childrens' heads, but I'd still recommend it to children over the age of 10), so the DVD will make a perfect present for anyone looking for a fix of quirky humor. The extras (including a full episode of the Japanese show) are excellent, as is the value. Enjoy, and spread the word!
2. Sit down, press "Play" on your remote.
3. Hold on to your stomach with one hand, and use the other one to point finger and laugh at people falling down silly.
I was waiting for this for a long time, and finally mXc is here on DVD. Reminds me of a comic version of Viking, this show makes me laugh any time I watch it- whatever my mood is.
It's just funny to watch people fall down, always was, always will be.
260 minutes of sheer laughter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used to stay up late to watch this show on SPIKE TV. It is absolutely hilarious. I am now a proud owner of the DVD setsPublished 3 months ago by amazon customer
I love this show, it's great to find it on DVD. Excellent job of dubbing it from the original, great picture and sound. This collection even has a show in the original Japanese.Published 5 months ago by charlie
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