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Winter Blunder Land is a Round Three course used throughout Season 4. It is one of five courses used for Round Three on this season, along with the Seven Letter Word, Sweeper, Wipeout Play Set, and Wipeout 500/Detour, and it is the only one out of the five to be used on all three parts of Season 4.

It consists of several backgrounds based on the theme of the week, but all of them use the same yellow and blue course and ruleset: the first contestant through in each round moves on to the Wipeout Zone.

It was finally removed from the Round Three lineup in Season 5.

Obstacles[]

  1. Dizzy Dummy
  2. Rotating Platform
  3. Bouncy Board
  4. *Crankshaft
  5. *Knee Sweeper
  6. Turntable

* - Checkpoint (activated by reaching this obstacle)

Themes[]

Winter[]

  • In episode 5 of Winter Wipeout (Hockey Pucks and Bieber Fever), the background is an ice arena called the Wipeout Ice Arena. There are three rounds. First, the six contestants take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they’ll bounce off the diving boards onto the Spinning Slap Shot and make it over the Penalty Box. After that, they weave their way through the Crankshaft. Next, they try to avoid being checked by the Knee Sweeper, then jump to the Turntable and spin their way to the finish platform all while avoiding giant hockey pucks being thrown at them by two hockey players (one of them being John Henson) and a female skater. The first contestant through in each round moves on to the Winter Wipeout Zone.
  • In episode 7 of Winter Wipeout (Some People Just Don't Know When to Quit), the background is a mountain chalet called Mount Wipeout. There are three rounds. First, the six contestants take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they jump 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, they try to avoid being checked by the Knee Sweeper, then jump to the Turntable and spin their way to the finish platform all while avoiding welcome gifts from the ski bunny and snow dude. The first contestant through in each round moves on to the Winter Wipeout Zone.
  • In episode 8 of Winter Wipeout (Family Night, Kids Eat It for Free), the background is an alpine adventure in the Swiss Alps called the Wipeout Alps. There are two rounds. First, the three families take a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they jump 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, they try to avoid being checked by the Knee Sweeper, then jump to the Turntable and spin their way to the finish platform all while dealing with the locals, Smorgan and Morgan Robinson of the Swiss Family Robinson and their goat. The first complete family through in each round moves on to the Winter Wipeout Zone.

Spring[]

  • In episode 1 of Spring Wipeout (The Birds, the Bees and the Bed Bugs), the background is a western corral 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 7 of Spring Wipeout (Engaged Couples), 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.

Summer[]

  • In episode 16 of Summer Wipeout (Blind Date 2.0: This Could Get Ugly), the background is a disco party called the Wipeout Disco. There are three rounds. First, the four blind date couples start off by staying alive without taking a spin on the Dizzy Dummy. Then they jump off the diving boards onto the Brick House and pass the Bouncer. Next, they have to get into the club and pass the Crankshaft. After that, they beat around the Knee Sweeper and boogie over to the Turntable to the finish platform all while dealing with the Wipeout dancers throwing faux disco balls and sponge vinyl records at them. The first complete blind date couple through in each round moves on to the next round.
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