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    MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

    MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

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    Spike TV (ended 2007)
    "MXC" (formerly known as "Most Extreme Elimination Challenge") is the ultimate in reality sports, where two teams of contestants are both physically and mentally challenged and eliminated through crazy and challenging games. To add to the fun, there's the hilarious commentary of Kenny Blankenship and Vic Romano, along with field reporter Guy LeDouche (and his many family members) and field marshall/referee Captain Tenneal.

    This program originally comes from a Japanese reality series called "Takeshi's Castle" that has been dubbed into English with comedic results that has nothing to do with the original format of the original program.moreless
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    DEA

    DEA

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    Spike TV (ended 2009)
    The men and women of the DEA are profiled in this exclusive access show. Diving deep into the drug world, you see how the drug rings are infiltrated by DEA agents deep undercover. Agents risk their lives to take millions of dollars in cash, drugs and weapons off the streets. From the minor street pushing to the international kingpins, the agents are the last people drug dealers want to meet up with.moreless
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    Disorderly Conduct: Video on Patrol

    Disorderly Conduct: Video on Patrol

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    Spike TV (ended 2009)
    A series that shows outrageous video footage from high speed chases, car crashes, surveillance cameras, police stings, drug busts, etc... Recordings are from police/news helicopters, security cameras and police car dashboards.moreless
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    Murder

    Murder

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    Spike TV (ended 2007)
    Two teams of three investigators compete to be the first to accurately solve brutal homicide cases from all across America in this reality crime series. Homicide detective Tommy Le Noir is the host.moreless
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    Bullrun

    Bullrun

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    Spike TV (ended 2010)
    Bullrun is the fastest, meanest balls-to-the-wall road rally in the world. Bullrun, which is hosted by Bill Goldberg, will put real people behind their favorite wheels in an all out rally across the United States, with a big money prize and even bigger bragging rights waiting at the finish line. The twelve teams will race over 4,000 miles, 9 states, 18 days, and use a total of 12,658 gallons of fuel. Each week one team will be eliminated, until there is finally only one team left to win the $200,000. The rules for Bullrun are: No GPS or Satellite Navigation systems used. No cell phones. No laptop computers. No radio or CD players. Speeding leads to severe penalties, such as a time penalty. An arrest will lead to immediate disqualification. Each start of day, cars can only leave when instructed to do so. Cars must start and finish each day under their own power, or the power of their drivers. Cars outside the maximum time allowed for each leg will get picked up by the 'Reaper' and towed – leading to disqualification.moreless
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    Pros Vs. Joes

    Pros Vs. Joes

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    Spike TV
    Pros Vs. Joes pits three regular guys – the “Joes”- against each other for the chance to win season tickets to the sports team of their choice. The catch is they must go up against five of the world’s top athletes in various challenges. The “Pros” include such greats as Clyde Drexler, Jerry Rice, Rebecca Lobo, Dennis Rodman, and Bill Goldberg. May the best Joe win!moreless
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    The Joe Schmo Show

    The Joe Schmo Show

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    Spike TV
    Welcome to The Joe Schmo Show guide. Season Two: Two people, looking for love in all the wrong places. But nothing could be more wrong than this. Meet Tim Walsh and Amanda Naughton. Two real people, in search of romance on a reality show that they don't know is fake. In a parody of reality-romance programs, the two new marks believe they are on a program called Last Chance for Love. What they don't know is that they have actually been cast and Joe and Jane Schmo and they are the only real people on program filled with actors and actresses. They're once again playing reality-show stereotypes, such as the Gotta-Be Gay Guy and The Weeper. Familiar parody-elements return including ridiculous competitions and over-dramatized eviction ceremonies - the "Pearl Necklace" and "Flame of Love" ceremonies. And given the type of show, it wouldn't be complete without "shocking" twists - this time in the form of the Falcon Twist, perhaps a parody of the apple of Eden. Also present is host Ralph Garman, returning in disguise as Derek Newcastle, the "pompous but randy British host." In the fourth episode, things took a twist when the producers revealed to the original Jane Schmo, Ingrid, what she had suspected all along: the program was fake and the only other real person on it was Joe Schmo, Tim Walsh. She was then asked to join the show as one of the actresses in exchange for $100,000. Following another Falcon Twist, Amanda was added as the new Jane Schmo. The second season of The Joe Schmo Show has come to an end. Tim and Amanda learned the truth about their experience and seemed to take it in good spirits. It seems that the crew of the show has moved on to other things, including the 2005 SpikeTV "reality miniseries" Invasion Iowa. Season One: How will it end? When will he know? They're all actors working from a script, but he thinks it's real. Matt Kennedy Gould signed up for what he thought was a reality show called Lap of Luxury. This program has all the trappings of a reality show, from challenges such as "Pampering Competitions" (reward challenges) to an "eviction ceremony" and reality-show stereotypes such as "The Grizzled Veteran" and "The Gay Guy." It's set in a luxurious mansion and seems like it should be a great time, but there's something important that Matt doesn't know... he's the only real competitor and the others are all paid actors striving to make him crazy. The prize is $100,000, but can Matt, or rather "Joe Schmo," survive long enough to cash in without losing his mind? In the stunning finale, Joe learned that the program was a fake and he was the winner of all the prizes on the show, including the $100,000 grand prize. An attempt was made to revive these episodes in repeats as Mo' Joe Schmo Show, but this flopped and was pulled from the airwaves. The entire first season is now available, uncensored and with many special features, on DVD.moreless
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    Toughest Cowboy

    Toughest Cowboy

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    Spike TV
    The search for the toughest cowboy is on in theis reality series that tests 12 cowboys competing in disciplines including bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding. The winner of the competition will receive a ranch in Wyoming and the title of "Toughest Cowboy."moreless
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    Real Vice Cops Uncut

    Real Vice Cops Uncut

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    Spike TV
    A Spike TV camera crew rides along with local police agencies in Memphis, Tenn. and Orlando, Fla. Catch all the action on the beat as these cops apprehend criminals involved in drugs, prostitution, and gambling circles.moreless
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    Carpocalypse

    Carpocalypse

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    Spike TV (ended 2006)
    Carpocalypse brings bizarre racing events such as automotive soccer, a school bus figure-eight race, blindfolded trailer racing and more directly to your living room.
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    10 Things Every Guy Should Experience

    10 Things Every Guy Should Experience

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    Spike TV (ended 2004)
    SpikeTV offered a chance for guys to compete with a buddy for a couple of seats to one of the 10 hottest sports events of the year!
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    Major League Eating

    Major League Eating

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    Spike TV
    Men talented at chowing down get a chance to compete in this Spike TV offering.
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    Carpocalypse: Civil War

    Carpocalypse: Civil War

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    Spike TV
    Carpocalypse: Civil War is 2nd season of Carpocalypse on Spike TV. The show took place in Orlando, Florida at the Orlando Speed World. The show also had a few episodes taped Buffalo, New York at Holland Raceway. The show consisted of ten episodes with two races per episode. The show took ten of the craziest, crash-hungry drivers and mechanics and split them into two groups of five. The beginning of each episode started by telling the teams what vehicles they will be building and racing that week. Each week the teams would build vehicles from junkyard parts and that they would have to race head-to-head with one another in an all out crashtastic battle of the best. However, the teams did have to follow a strict set of rules. The first five shows were based in the South and then the group moved to the North for the final five episodes. The show never quite found a permanent home on the Spike TV line-up. It originally aired on Saturday nights, then was moved to Sunday afternoon with the final two episodes being shown on the same Sunday.moreless