User Score: 0
In the game, Frigid Slope of Icy Death, the guy who fell down the hill and shouted "I like gum!" before going down the hill was named Homer Fife, but why in Kenny's painful eliminations, as the most painful elinination of the day, why was he known as Long John Glenn?
When introducing Hock the loogie during the Impassible Stones of Mount McKidney, Kenny calls him "Hock the Laughing Loogie", but during the painful eliminations, he calls him "Hock the Green Loogie".
Segment Two, with "Eat Shiitake", was not closed captioned.
In Mud Butlers, there is a man named Harvey Plugg, but in Kenny's Eliminations, his name changes to Harvey Dipper.
In "Muddy Runs", a comtestant named Louise Vallar played. So, when she was being interviewed by Guy, why did they call her "Opa Winfrapolis" in an on-screen caption?
During "Dope on a Rope," we see Lennox Martin Lewis, identified as an American boxer. Question: Wasn't that the flag of Jamaica shown in the lower left hand corner of the screen?
During Sinkers and Floaters, most of the foliage is green, until the last contestant, where everything has turned brown and dry.
After the military team wins Sinkers and Floaters, Vic says "...and the Beauty team takes the lead one to nothing.", when he should have credited the military team with the win.
Three contestants won "Loogie Launch", however, nobody scored any points in that game.
How could Miss Cleo Warwick be identified on an on-screen caption as "Diane Warwick?" Go figure.
In Circle Jerkers, the second man to face Bjorg was Alfredo Kello. But, in the eliminations, Kenny refers to him as Alfredo Muzzy!
In Sinkers & Floaters, Vic introduces a contestant named Pete Blank, but in the eliminations, Kenny names him Pierre Blanchete.
The man who smashes his face on the second log is named Greg McClure. But in Kenny's eliminations Kenny refers to him as Dan McGuire.