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Spring-wipeout

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The Spring Wipeout season ran from March 17 - April 14, 2011.

Qualifier[]

Episode 1

Episode 2

  • Big Balls with Springivator
  • Trampoline Spring Fling
  • Wipeout Kitchen

Episode 3

  • Big Balls with Springivator
  • Diving Board Spring Fling
  • Wipeout Kitchen

Episode 4

  • Bowled Over
  • Big Balls with Springivator
  • Diving Board Spring Fling
  • Wipeout Kitchen

Episode 5

  • Big Balls with Springivator
  • Zipline Spring Fling
  • Wipeout Kitchen

Episode 6

  • Big Balls with Springivator
  • Green Ball Spring Fling
  • Wipeout Laundromat

Episode 7

  • Love Boat Launch
  • Big Balls with Springivator
  • Green Ball Spring Fling
  • Wipeout Kitchen

Round 2[]

Scareousel: A carnival-themed carousel made up of two stages: a red track and a yellow track. The twelve contestants begin together on the starting platform elevated 10 feet above the water. Then at the sound of the horn, they'll hop across the pedestals on the red track, grab a red dangler, and swing over three hurdles to the red platform. If they wipeout, they must head back to the beginning. Once they land on the red platform, they must go up the steps and catch a ride on a yellow dangler to the finish platform all while avoiding the sweeper arms. If they wipeout here, they can stay on the yellow track and try again. In episode 5 of Spring Wipeout (The Most Dramatic Rose Ceremony Ever), giant blue dinghies were added for increased difficulty. The first six contestants to make it through move on to the next round.

Round 3[]

The third round is called the Not So Okay Corral. There are three rounds. First, the six contestants take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they bounce off the diving boards onto the Rotating Platform and make it over the Bouncy Board. After that, they weave their way through the Crankshaft. Next is the Knee Sweeper, then the Turntable and one final step to the finish platform all while avoiding faux horseshoes and moneybags being chucked by the cowhands. The first contestant through in each round moves on the Spring Wipeout Zone.

In episode 2 of Spring Wipeout (Ballsy Shows Off His Giblets), the background is a French café called Springtime in Paris. There are three rounds. First, the six contestants take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they bounce off the diving boards onto the Rotating Platform and make it over the Bouncy Board. After that, they weave their way through the Crankshaft. Next is the Knee Sweeper, then the Turntable and one final step to the finish platform all while being hit by pies from the café locals, Fifi and Gaston. The first contestant through in each round moves on the Spring Wipeout Zone.
In episode 3 of Spring Wipeout (John Henson, Zombie Hunter), the background is a Roman colosseum called the Wipeout Colosseum. There are three rounds. First, the six contestants take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they bounce off the diving boards onto the Colosseum Wall and make it over the Bouncing Podium. After that, they weave their way through the Crankshaft. Next is the Knee Sweeper, then the Turntable and one final step to the finish platform all while being hit by tar, foam shields, and stuffed toy lions from the gladiators. The first contestant through in each round moves on the Spring Wipeout Zone.
In episode 4 of Spring Wipeout (The Wizard of Owws), the background is a theme complete with a desert sand, toy snakes, and an oasis called Arabian Nights. There are three rounds. First, the six contestants take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they bounce off the diving boards onto the Rotating Platform and make it over the Bouncy Board. After that, they weave their way through the Crankshaft. Next is the Knee Sweeper, then the Spinning Persian Rug and one final step to the finish platform all while avoiding Persian throw-pillows and plush cobras being hurled at them by Miss Cleo and Sinbad. The first contestant through in each round moves on the Spring Wipeout Zone.
In episode 5 of Spring Wipeout (The Most Dramatic Rose Ceremony), there’s a new obstacle called the Super Tramp. The six contestants start together on trampolines elevated 10 feet above the water. They must bounce over the rising sweeper bar as it rotates around and around in order to avoid being knocked into the drink. If they go under the bar, they're out. There are three rounds, and the last person standing at the end of each round moves on to the Spring Wipeout Zone.
In episode 6 of Spring Wipeout (Dirty Laundry), the Clean Sweep is featured. The six contestants start together on platforms elevated 10 feet above the water. They must jump over the rising sweeper bar as it rotates around and around in order to avoid being knocked into the drink. If they go under the bar, they’re out. There are three rounds, and the last person standing at the end of each round moves on to the Spring Wipeout Zone.
In episode 7 of Spring Wipeout (Engaged Couples), using the obstacle from episodes 1-4, the background is a wedding chapel called the Wipeout Wedding. There are two rounds. First, the three engaged couples take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they bounce off the diving boards onto the Spinning Threshold and make it over the Bouncing Alter. After that, they weave their way through the Crankshaft Aisle. Next is the Knee Sweeper, then the Turntable and one final step to the finish platform all while avoiding pieces of cake and frosting thrown by a couple dressed in each other's clothes (groom in a gown, bride in a tuxedo) and John Henson dressed as the priest. The first complete engaged couple through in each round moves on the Spring Wipeout Zone.

Spring Wipeout Zone[]

1A. Springshot: A mechanical spring that launches contestants through the air into the water below. In one episode, it had colored balls.
1B. Chairborne: A chair that launches contestants through the air into the water below.
2. Over and Out: Two giant rotating walkways that must be crossed.
3. Point Break: An obstacle made up of two stages. First, contestants must climb to the peak of the slippery staircase while trying to hold out when 500 gallons of water splash down on them and/or being shot by flying paint. Then they must time drop down the steep slide onto the platform below.
4. Coin Toss: Seven spinning coins that will try to flip contestants into the water as they balance their way across to the finish platform.
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