Guy show promises big laughs

Zach Nebben

Zach Nebben

This season of the Most Extreme Elimination Challenge, or MXC, promises to be the most absurd, over-the-top, jaw-dropping, laughter-inducing season to date.

For those of you who have never taken the time to watch this late-night Spike TV original, think “Jackass” meets “Mystery Science Theater 3000.” A hit Japanese game show has been re-voiced by seedy Americans and the laughs reach epic proportions.

Vic Romano and Kenny Blankenship are back for Season Five, and they have pulled out all the stops. Captain Teneal and Guy Le Douche have also returned to ensure that everyone gets their fair share of tongue-in-cheek laughs. If you have ever watched “MXC” and felt that the suggestive innuendo went too far, you haven’t seen anything yet.

In the season opener, the gang invites the religious right to take on gay rights, and all hell breaks loose. From a cross-dressing Vic to a mock crucifixion, this first show is guaranteed to make half of you pass out from laughter and the other half write to your congressman.

The hits are worse than ever, and the “Most Painful Eliminations of the Day” segment will have you firing up your TiVos to make sure you don’t miss a second.

This season begins on Friday, Nov. 10, at 11 p.m., so stock up on beer and pizza, invite your friends over, lock your doors and don’t miss a second of this action-packed, hilarious show.