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American Gladiators

Season 2 Episode 9

Episode 209

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jul 14, 2008 on NBC
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A college student battles against an advertising sales representative while two heroes battle against each other in the arena.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Four events were recapped rather than shown in full, Joust and Skytrack for the women and Pyramid and the Wall for the men. They can be viewed in their entirety on the show's official website.

      • Tatum is the first person to ever make it to the Eliminator with no points and is also the first person to go on to win the Eliminator having gained no points during the show.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Tatum: (before Hang Tough) I just did my hair and I don't want to get it wet!

      • Laila: Alexander, after what you went through in Iraq, is there anything these Gladiators could do to rattle you at all?
        Alexander: Rattle me? Unless they got AK47s or grenades, I'm not too worried about it.

      • Laila: Wolf, what's it like to come after a pair of heroes?
        Wolf: They're just more meat. (to the contenders) And I'm gonna eat you and I'm gonna eat you.
        Laila: Be careful because if you bite Alexander, you might get a piece of shrapnel in you!
        Wolf: I'll tell you what, when I get done picking your bones I'll send the shrapnel to your family.

      • Justice: There's no such thing as almost got beat. Either you get beat, or you win.

      • Militia: (after facing Marine Alexander at Earthquake) I just got to say one thing. I am very proud to fight right here against a Marine, cos a Marine they saved my life in the ocean. And I have to say, put my hand up (salutes) he's an American hero and a great fighter.

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