Every other episode featuring this challenge has one person quitting. Wipeout Zone At night, and with a more serious tone than the previous rounds, the final four contestants play separately on a large obstacle course called the Wipeout Zone. The Barrel Run was replaced by three rotating gears Gears of Doom.
Failing to complete this correctly usually results in the contestant swimming to either the platform they were to land on in the first place, or another platform further away from the intended goal; often the latter is used when the goal involves landing on the rubber ball.
The course consists of four distinct parts, the second and third of which are constant. Season 1 Episode list. Typically the challenge begins with the Dizzy Dummy, where the contestants are strapped to a spinning cylinder for a short period then released to cross one of two sets of obstacles over a pool of water.
Road to the Final 4 The six 8 in Episode 9 only remaining contestants participate in a unique stunt that varies with each show. Contestants were given the choice of jumping over it, or ducking under it, making them have to time their jumps and ducks just right.
In the ninth episode, only the elimination occured and there were therefore eight contestants remaining, hence no bonus awarded for the last one standing.
They then climb up, and cross a high spinning platform bridge to the next obstacle. Though the items vary doughnuts, rectangles, etc.
The precise details of the challenge vary slightly in each episode, usually adding an additional obstacle or handicap, such as making the contestants wear sacks, throw dodge ballsor attaching things to the sweeper arm a ring, foam swimming pool noodles, smoking artificial crows.
Also, the Water Beam replaced the Launch Pads. The next obstacle is the "Sucker Punch", a wall covered in boxing gloves which punch out at random intervals to knock the contestants into a mud pit.
The objective is to cross a narrow beam while having seawater pour down on them. After one round of jumping over the Sweeper, it would gyrate in a circular motion.
If the contestant fails to pass a particular obstacle, they only have to swim or crawl through mud or water to the next one. Episode 9 the pilot show featured the Cookie Cutter, where the contestants rode on the end of a spinning platform, attempting to navigate their way through 4 cut-out poses in a method similar to Brain Wall in the shortest amount of time possible.
The first part of the course usually consists of two sections of stacked items which the contestants must cross, occasionally separated by an additional obstacle. In Season 2, Killer Surf was sometimes replaced by a catapult The Catapult that shoots contestants into the water.
Contestants first go down a ramp to a line of floating platforms not really an obstacle but many contestants fall into the water here. Usually, contestants had to cross the Launch Pads Blast Off in Episode 9, The Tackle Dummy Turntables in the Wipeout Bowl but those were replaced by a platform with 3 punching pistols The Gauntlet then a turntable filled with foam Foam-Filled Turntable and then onto a bridge that pulls up when contestants get close, forcing them to climb up Drop Bridge.
Once a contestant has crossed the obstacle, the remaining contestants must return to the Dizzy Dummy again, which spins for a longer period each time until four contestants manage to pass On episode 5, the contestants had to eat a Mexican lunch before the challenge to make the challenge more difficult.
Only the twelve 16 in Episode 9 only with the fastest times move on. In Episode 9, the ramp was replaced by a water slide with lots of pillars The Human Pinball. If contestants fall off, they are either done with their turn or forced to start over, depending on the objective. The first contestant to cross the obstacle will advance, and the contestants are forced to go back to the beginning of the obstacle if they fall off.
Though slight variations are used in each episode, each contestant must slide down a long ramp Killer Surfswim to and then travel up an uphill ramp with large barrels rolling down it that are released at regular intervals Barrel Runcross a narrow climbing wall to the other side Water Wallleap onto a large spinning wheel with foam pillars and then leap off onto the opposite platform Spinnerthen finally cross a series of trampolines set at different heights and distances to the final platform Launch Pads.
Time stops once judges declare that the contestant is in the proper position usually standing on the goal. Contestants had to cross three triangles which acted like seesaws.Watch Wipeout: Season 3 Wipeout Blind Date on DIRECTV.
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Giving him a perfect run in the. Is renamed the Love Machine because this episode is a Blind Date. Wipeout: Contestants make their way through a giant obstacle course to win a cash prize. Wipeout Kids - THE AWARDS - Part 2 (S2-E10) By Logan Greger December 1, Wipeout Kids - THE AWARDS - Part 1 (S2-E9) Wipeout Blind Date - Two hour special on Thursday, July 26th at 8 7c on ABC.
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I like to root for the underdog, so I had hope a couple of more ladies would have been able to win, but outstanding show.Download