Jessica Chobot submits herself to the Vulcan Nerve Pinch
A physics professor gives insight on teleportation
Is The Force strong with Ryan and Jessica?
Can the crew create some lightning with their fingers?
Rob tells the story of the first and only time he ever went snowboarding.
Steelo and Chanel talk about their worst pedal panic experiences.
'Ridiculousness' airs Mondays at 10/9c.
Warning: This mallet could cause serious damage to your face.
A young man is shot in the face with a potato gun containing wads of pubes.
When Bam learns that the legendary metal band Slayer are coming for a visit, the boys feel the need to do some redecorating and modifications to the new house.
Rob shares a personal story from his aunt's farm and then gets tongue-tied in front of the camera.
Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O and the entire crew from the popular MTV franchise return in the most insane movie of the year, Jackass Number Two. Available in both rated and "too hot for theaters" unrated versions, jackass number two pushes the limits with all-new stunts, pants-wetting practical jokes, fun with bears, bees, snakes, bulls, sharks…and other REALLY bad ideas.
Johnny Knoxville and his band of maniacs perform a variety of stunts and gross-out gags on the big screen for the first time in Jackass: The Movie. They wander around Japan in panda outfits, wreak havoc on a once civilized golf course, they even do stunts involving Live alligators, and so on. Johnny Knoxvile and his pals put their life at risk for the sake of entertainment.
Johnny Knoxville and his band of maniacs perform a variety of stunts and gross-out gags on the big screen for the first time.
Johnny Knoxville and his crew of fun-loving masochists bring their routines to the big screen in this feature adaptation of the popular but controversial MTV series Jackass.
When a 15 year old research satellite mysteriously returns to earth, an alien menace is unleashed on a military base. The military thinks its been neutralized, but it gave birth -- and its offspring learned from its parent's
Rob breaks down Why Rollerblading Should Make a Comeback. Witness a merry-goround of pain in Worst Case Scenario, Almost Made It and Not Even Close. And guest unicyclist Dan Heaton shows off some Uni-Psychos.
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This week, Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot wage a war with the undead when they stage their own zombie apocalypse. First, the team attempts to make meat suits as suitable alternatives to human flesh, and then comes up with creative ways to kill zombies, including dropping logs, exploding land mines and shooting bean bags! Finally, Ryan and Jess face off in a post-apocalyptic showdown between survivors and zombies where only the stealthiest stay alive.
This week, Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot embark on a mission to see if it's possible to play the game "Angry Birds" in real life--but instead of using birds, they're upping the ante by slingshotting actual humans (dressed as idiotic animals, of course)! Using a giant human launcher, the crew will attempt to destroy manmade structures and give special "abilities" to our flying humans during their aerial attack, including splitting into three, dropping exploding eggs and more.
Join Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot as they attempt to channel a galaxy far, far away and recreate The Force from "Star Wars" to give Jedi powers to people in real life. Sparks fly (literally) when Ryan engages force lightning, and Jess attempts inhuman speeds with hurricane power fans and simulates telekinesis to move inanimate objects with the help of a video game! See if our hosts can figure out how to control these Force-like powers and put them to the ultimate Jedi test to defeat an evil emperor. Will they come out victorious?
This week, Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot begin the transformation into real-life superheroes. Are you jealous of Spider-Man's web slinging, wall climbing, "Spidey" sense capabilities? The crew assembles a battery of tests to outperform any villains living amongst us! First, Jessica volunteers a production assistant to withstand the fangs of a real tarantula to see whether being bitten by a spider will automatically give you super powers. Then, the team experiments with crossbows, grappling hooks, vacuum-powered suction cups and motion sensors to recreate Spider-Man's abilities--but no superhero is complete without a custom-designed costume! Find out if Ryan's sewing skills are up to superhero standards.
This week, Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot get their kung fu on as they try to recreate their own "Mortal Kombat"-style tournament, chock full of the iconic gaming characters, crazy weapons and supernatural powers! Using razor paddy hats, wrist rockets, ice blasters and more, our cohosts will push the limit as they construct over-the-top weapons and special powers to use in their bracket-style duel where all mayhem will break loose. Who will be the last man or woman standing? Watch and see!
This week, Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot channel their inner wizards as they try to recreate their own version of Quidditch, a flying broomstick sports game, from the "Harry Potter" series. First, the cohosts try to get construct aerodynamic broomsticks and make them airborne, and then construct their own Bludger balls and even a Golden Snitch. Finally, it's time to test their creations on the proving ground and attempt to play a real-life Quidditch match on an uber-awesome playing field.
This week, Jessica Chobot gives her cohost Ryan Dunn a lesson in sci-fi films. To pay homage to the fan-favorite series "Star Trek," the crew puts together a real-life away mission--but in order to complete their experiment, they need to assemble a team that can withstand heavy G-forces. Plus, the crew attempts to recreate the Vulcan nerve pinch, find a substitute for teleportation and come up with a few extraterrestrial gadgets!
This week, hosts Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot attempt to re-create Data's famous contraptions from "The Goonies." They attempt to build Data's iconic gadgets, including slick shoes that squirt oil, sticky darts that shoot out of a belt buckle, bully blinders and, of course, the "pinchers of peril"! But will these beloved contraptions hold up in real life? Plus, see what happens when our hosts get some insight from actor and cast member Corey Feldman, and then put these gadgets to the test in a real-life "Goonies"-inspired obstacle course.
Hosts Ryan Dunn and Jessica Chobot are both huge fans of go-karting and playing "Mario Kart" at home--but what could be more fun than combining their two favorite activities? They're on a mission to prove they can build real-life, weapons-enabled go-karts just like the ones in the video game. In order to accomplish the task, they'll need to conduct a few tests in order to recreate the game's power boosters, lightning strikes, banana split slips and more. See if their engineering skills can cook up a true-to-form "Mario Kart" race.
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