MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

Season 3 Episode 3

Unemployed vs. Enviromentalists

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Aired Saturday 8:40 PM May 06, 2004 on Spike TV
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The people who can't hold a job are facing off against the tree-huggers who want to save the earth when The Unemployed challenge the Enviromentalists on this MXC battle.

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Christopher Darga

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Kenny Blankenship

Mary Scheer

Mary Scheer

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Victor Wilson

Victor Wilson

Vic Romano

John Cervenka

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Guy LeDouche and Captain Tenneal and Your Humble Announcer

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The man who falls down before attempting Dope On A Rope is identified by Vic as "Rick Crack, the founder of McDumper's." So, why would Kenny refer to him as "Ray Crack" in his eliminations?

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Kenny: And my number one most painful elimination of the day goes to....urinal cake eater Sid Coosman, who whizzes by out of control and has a really bad bidet. Let 'em eat urinal cake!

    • Kenny: (During Chuck Heston's Finger It! punishment for losing) Oh, look. He's being dipped into the scolding hot monkey urine!
      Vic: Eventually, the temperature will just twist his head right off.
      Kenny: That'd be cool to watch.

    • Vic: He sells high paid Hummers. Boy, I wish I had a Hummer of my own, Ken.
      Kenny: I've never had to pay for a Hummer.
      Vic: How can you not pay for a Hummer?
      Kenny: I get mine downtown.

      (After contestant's run)
      Vic: So Kenny, how do you get a free Hummer?
      Kenny: You just tell him you're famous and he'll give it to you.

    • Kenny: (During a replay of rapper 59 Cents' swing in Dope On A Rope) There he goes, he grabs on to the platform, and right there...(Draws a circle around 59 Cents' exposed butt crack) he's having some sort of wardrobe malfunction.

    • Kenny: I'd love to be unemployed.
      Vic: Oh, come on, Kenny. You've got a great career.
      Kenny: No way! I work almost thirty minutes with only three two-minute breaks.
      Vic: Oh, yeah. All in a hard day's work. Now let's go to a man who never stops taking breaks, Guy LaDouche!
      Kenny: Good cause' I'm taking a break.

    • Contestant: Milk, milk, lemonade
      Turn the corner, fudge is made!

  • NOTES (3)

    • Starting with this episode, the teams (in the show's graphics) are represented by a symbol that fits the team's description. The Unemployed here are represented by a piggy bank, and the Environmentalists are represented by a fallen waste barrel.

    • The first time we see "Finger It!", in which contestants play "Rock, Paper, Scissors" to the beat of dance numbers.

    • Games include "Great Holes Of Glory", "Finger It!", "Dope On A Rope", "Irritable Bowl Syndrome" and "Pole Riders".

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

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