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I dunno about ya’ll but I’m pretty much OVER this wipeout show. Is there not anything else on TV to watch besides random, fat people hurting and embarrassing themselves? Screw this! I’m just gonna watch Minute to Win It on NBC. At least these people are actually earning their money…and guy fieri is the man! Check it out . . .

Wipeout': The Most Satisfying Wipeout of Week 1

All summer - unless nobody seems to care whatsoever - I will present one formerly beaming Wipeout contestant with the Most Satisfying Wipeout of the Week award. It is a prestigious honor right up there with Dancing With the Stars‘ MVG (most valuable gem). Congratulations to the winner of last night’s season premiere: Eddie “The Fierce Dragon” Moton Sr.! To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

From the moment I first saw the commercial for the pilot episode, I was excited to see it. I mean, really, what's funnier than watching people make giant asses out of themselves? I especially liked the one where that guy got stuck inside the rim of the Big Balls. I laughed so hard I almost peed myself. And the time that fat lady's butt was hanging out and she kept falling? Omg. Classic. I really recommend this show, unless you're some super nice person who doesn't find it funny when other people fall and whatnot. But otherwise, heck yes. Excellent show.


Must agree with the first poster, if you can not laugh at the sight of those making a fool out of them selves then this show is not for you. Watching someone face plant the big balls in slo-mo is what makes my day. I use to watch MxC and always wondered why we never made a show like that...finally did. Commentary could use some work though...I prefer those on MxC

Wipeout Review, by Barry Garron of The Hollywood Reporter

On the one hand, I yield to no one in my delight at spending a full hour watching everyday, ordinary people get humiliated and fall into mud. On the other hand, "Wipeout," which premiered Tuesday night, comes closer than almost any other show to justifying the comment made decades ago by former FCC commissioner Newton Minow in which he described TV as "a vast wasteland." Think of it. Here is a show in which two dozen contestants in various stages of fitness compete in what the show's announcer calls "the most breathtaking obstacle course ever assembled." It is a medley of large balls, automated boxing gloves, easily tipped rafts, spinning devices and other contrivances, all designed to get people to lose their balance and fall into mud or, sometimes, water. It's a safe bet that 5-year-old children would love to climb, jump and run all over this stuff. However, it's also a safe bet that their little inquisitive minds would be bored senseless if they had to sit and watch it not just once but over and over again in slow motion. To read the rest of this review, visit The Hollywood Reporter: It's what happens to an hour of your life if you decide to tune in.

The Greatest Show I've Ever Seen

Personally I find this show to be fantastic!!!! If you want to laugh your "bottom" off constantly than watch this show. All though, if you cringe when seeing people get hurt and if you aren't light hearted enough to laugh at it, then this show isn't for you! I feel bad for you cringing people though because this seriously lightens my mood every day!