MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge - Volume 3
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The episodes in this set are a mysterious collection. To begin with, by the time the third season started in Spring 2004, it was so popular that a one-hour special episode was filmed, in which MXC games were played at Universal Studios in Florida by college students from the University of Central Florida and various other Orlando-area colleges. Titled "MXC Almost Live," it was a competition between the Geeks (with team captain guest star Tony Hawk) and the Greeks (team captain Tara Dakides). The episode was the season premier and is left off this set.
Secondly, there are 27 episodes in season three (including "MXC Almost Live"), but there are only 13 here - roughly half. And though they are presented in airdate order, the order here skips over a few episodes from September. Not sure why, but I can assume those episode will be present on Volume Four; I hope the same is true for "MXC Almost Live," but something tells me it will be completely "eliminated."
Episodes in this set are: "Republicans vs. Democrats vs. Third Party," "Unemployed vs. Environmentalists," "Snack Food Industry vs. Print Media," "Baby Products Industry vs. Paranormal," "Adventurers & Explorers vs. Dental Industry," "Country Kids vs. City Kids," "Organized Crime vs. Weight Loss Industry," "Novelty/ Gift Industry vs. The Death Industry," "The Amusement Park Industry vs. The World's Oldest Profession," "Oil Industry vs. Make-Over Industry," "Film Industry vs. Phobias," "Romance Industry vs. Firearm Industry" and "Footwear Industry vs. Electronic Gaming."
Thankfully, NO episodes are edited in this set, but the skipping over and season premier omittance is puzzling.Read more ›
Besides that, here you get a great amount of MXC, and plenty of funny episodes that are worth watching over and over again with your friends. Definately worth it!!!!
#1- Republicans vs. Democrats vs. Third Party
#2- Unemployed vs. Enviromentalists
#3- Snack Food vs. Print Media
#4- Baby Products Industry vs. Paranormal
#5- Dentists vs. Explorers
#6- Country Kids vs. City Kids
#7- Organized Crime vs. Weight Loss Industry
#8- Novelty & Gift Industry vs. The Death Industry
#9- The Amusement Park Industry vs. The World's Oldest Profession
#10- Oil Industry vs. Make-Over Industry
#11- Film Industry vs. Phobias
#12- Romance Industry vs. Firearm Industry
#13- The Footwear Industry vs. The Electronic Gaming Industry
Special features include:
Top 25 eliminations of this Volume!
2 complete episodes of Takeshi's Castle(#1 and #67)!
I love it. I have all the series that were released. It's a Japanese game show played outdoors where everyone takes part in daft games to see who wins something. What, I do not know, nor care.
You get to see them swim through seas of mud, try running across impossible objects with rubber cannon balls fired at them, ride mini bikes through impossible courses. They are chased here there everywhere, and many wow she's cute moments for those who doubt the integrity of the show.
And none of it is in Japanese. The show was purchased and then voiced over by Americans with a daft sense of humor that you can't resist.
Borderline naughty at times but no more than you hear in the check-out line in your local supermarket.
The laugh still keep right on coming with the over the top voice overs, weird constestant names and the always fun and entertaining challenges that they try to complete. 13 episodes are included in this seasons along with an extra of the first episode and the top 25 eliminations through the season as well.
If your looking for entertaining, energetic and mindless fun for all to watch then Most Extreme Elmination Challenge is for you and everyone else.
Looking forward to the next season without a doubt...keep it up!!
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All volumes of MXC are hilarious! None are appropriate for children, however. Assume a rating of at least PG-13 on each episode.Published 19 months ago by L. Mosher
I watched this series on TV years ago and what makes it so funny is the English speaking commentators who speak for the Japanese presenters and contestants, it has that South Park... Read morePublished on May 1, 2014 by krawle
What could be better? Full of great laughs and lots of fun and goofy/silly humor :)
As Vic would say..."Indeed!"