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''"[[{{TagLine}} The World's Toughest Competition in Town!"]]''

This American {{gag dub}} version of the wacky Japanese game show ''[[TakeshisCastle Takeshi's Castle]]'' is usually called ''MXC'' both in and out of universe. Originally running on Spike TV (Formerly Known as TNN) from 2003-07, it changes the premise of the show in that contestants try to score points for their respective teams instead of competing as individuals.

The opposing "teams" (after which the episodes are named) are taken from industries or societal subdivisions, such as "Unemployed vs. Environmentalists" or "Fast Food Workers vs. Aerospace Industry". Whatever groups are involved, rest assured the hosts will have plenty of fun at the teams' expense.

There are typically four challenges but can be as many as six on occasion, and about a dozen people attempt each challenge. Any contestant who successfully navigates the challenge scores one point for his or her team. At the end of the show, maybe five points have been scored and a team wins by a one point difference. This should give you an idea where most of the show's humor comes from. The rest of the humor comes from the [[RapidFireComedy massive avalanche of jokes]] the wisecracking hosts make.
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!!'''This show contains examples of:'''
* AlliterativeName: Jimmy Junk.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: A brief moment before the commercial after the first half of the Animation Special of season 1.
* ButtMonkey: Vic clearly lives a miserable life; see DarkAndTroubledPast below.
* BrickJoke: Any contestant previously seen in one game that is seen again in another game.
* {{Calvinball}}: Some examples include the Educators being behind 3 to 1 with the final round being worth 3 points (Even though the score is all tied up 2 to 2), the scoring for the first round in the "Romance Industry vs. Firearm Industry" episode has every person who succeeds in Great Holes of Glory recieves a point for respective teams, and the scoring for Buck Off in "The White House Vs. The World" has shooting down the bat as worth 1 point and managing to go the distance, but not bringing down said bat down without getting Bucked off is worth 0.5 points (and getting sprayed by Herbie).
* CaptainObvious: Kenny.
--> '''Kenny:''' Well, here's the problem right here, Vic: He slips. And then he hits his head. If he didn't do that he would've won.
--> '''Vic:''' Great insight as always, Ken.
* TheCaptain - Captain Tenneal.
* CasanovaWannabe: Kenny Blankenship.
* CatchPhrase: Captain Tenneal's "Well, you're WRONG!" and "LET'S GO!"; the end-of-episode "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis DON'T! GET! ELIMINATED!]]"; Guy [=LeDouche=] calling the captain "Skipper" or, and saying "Gee like" whenever he's aroused, which is all the time; Vic Romano's "Right you are, Ken" whenever Kenny Blankenship has made an insightful observation, and "Indeed".
** "KENNY!" (Naturally, this is often followed by Vic slapping Kenny with his paper fan.)
** About every time someone falls over, Vic shouts "OH!" and then usually makes a comment.
** Vic's Use of the word "Gingerly".
** Kenny's "HA!"
** Captain Tenneal's "Get it on!" as a challenge gets underway.
* ClipShow: Two ("Most Best of MXC") in Season Four; these were left off of the DVD release.
* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MXC#Season_Two Due to some of the costumes used]], the "Real Monsters vs. Commercial Mascots" episode was subject to this for the Season Two [=DVD=] release -- more than half of the episode was dropped and graphics covered other segments (this is also part of the reason why the episode is not available for download on iTunes). This didn't apply to reruns on Spike [=TV=], though.
* CrossdressingVoices: The Green Teabagger (at least in Season 5).
* TheCynic: Captain Tenneal during his questions to the contestants. He's a very chipper one at that. Case in point:
-->'''Captain Tenneal:''' How many of you think high quality health care should be made available to everybody, regardless of income and ability to pay? Show of hands.
-->'''Everyone:''' ''(Raises hands)'' Yeah!
-->'''Captain Tenneal:''' Hmmm...you're all wrong; Rich people stay healthy, poor people get sick and die, [[TheSocialDarwinist that's natural selection.]]
* TheDanza: Vic Romano is voiced by Victor Wilson, which also makes sense because in a season one episode, Guy refered to Vic as Victor.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Naturally, played for humor: Vic Romano is a recovering alcoholic; he used to be a network news anchor until his drinking problem derailed his career. He also has three ex-wives (one of which was introduced in "Malcontents vs. Baked Goods), and in "The Amusement Park Industry vs. the World's Oldest Profession", it's revealed he was once a gigolo.
* DeathCourse: Many of the games from ''TakeshisCastle''; the dub exaggerates the danger for comedic value.
* DepravedBisexual: Guy.
* DontTryThisAtHome: Lampshaded during "Sprayed and Neutered":
-->'''Vic:''' And remember kids: Don't try this at home.
-->'''Kenny:''' Yeah, do it at your friend's house!
** Plus this:
-->'''On Screen Disclaimer:''' ''[During Kenny's Description of the game "Roadkill"]'' Don't be even stupider and this at home either.
* DoubleEntendre: Probably half of the show's rapidly-delivered jokes. The other half are {{Incredibly Lame Pun}}s.
* {{Eagleland}}: In the Former Olympians episode (Season 2), the United States is pitted against the rest of the world. The voiceover and commentary constantly plays up the USA's superiority over the competition; it was billed as "the classic battle between the best versus the rest!"
* EmbeddedPrecursor: The [=DVDs=] include a few original, unedited episodes of ''Takeshi's Castle'' with forced proper English subtitles (well apart from the some of the music for the games and the fact the Disc 1 of Volume 5 has "Street Corner TV" edited out).
* EpicFail: The "Squeeze Out the Vote" episode (Season 3) ends with all zeroes. Vic noted this with "Just like in politics, nobody wins."
* EvolvingCredits: By the season.
* FastForwardGag: Used many an episode for editing purposes only.
* FictionalPoliticalParty: The afromentioned Season 3 episode has the majority of the "third party" names made-up, including the Brown Party, the S&M Party, the Wiccan Party, and GILF (all of which failed to score points on the board).
* FunWithAcronyms: A Season 5 episode (Greepeace vs Body Obsessed) has a Brass Balls Contestant who is the President of STEPA which (According to Vic) stands for '''S'''exy '''T'''eens for the '''E'''thenical '''P'''unishment of '''A'''nimals.
* GagDub: Even though the dub retains the on-screen Japanese text and hides the fact that almost all of the competitors are Asian. One of the three episode commentaries on the Season 1 box set explains that the dubbers, from the beginning, chose ''not'' to make jokes that poked fun at Japanese people and culture -- sort of a "laughing with, not at" situation.
* GrimyWater: A rare non-video game example. The bodies of brown water that the contestants often fall into are always given disgusting sources, such as runoff from the Tijuana Zoo. Additionally, the water is always referred to as "safety sludge", "septic sludge", "safety fluid", or even "the pool of stools" .
* HalloweenEpisode[=/=]HalloweenSpecial - "Real Monsters vs. Commercial Mascots" (Season 2).
* HongKongDub: Sometimes the voiceovers can be heard even if the people in the archive footage aren't talking.
* HurricaneOfPuns: The quick descriptions of each contestant often include these.
* IHaveManyNames: Danny Glands AKA Jimmy Junk AKA Golden Shower Boy AKA Barry Sosa.
* InherentlyFunnyWords: One episode saw Kenny seeing Astronaut to be one.
* MarketBasedTitle
* {{Metaphorgotten}}: Kenny is sometimes guilty of this.
-->'''Kenny:''' ''[on a female contestant wearing elbow pads]'' Not only that Vic, she's weaing elbow pads; you know what I'd say about a girl in elbow pads...
-->'''Vic:''' I think you're thinking of knee pads, Kenny.
-->'''Kenny:''' Oh, that'd be sick.
* NamesTheSame: There have been two versions of the "Slippery Slope of Slanted Death".
* NaughtyByNight: Parodied by Kenny who would use the word "Super".
-->'''Kenny:''' Captain Armenia: By day, he's a cab driver; by night, He's a super cab driver.
* OnceAnEpisode: There's always one contestant with a Middle Eastern background named "(something) Babaganoush".
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In one episode, a contestant attempted a celebratory backflip, and landed directly on his head. Vic and Kenny yelled in alarm, and, in contrast to their usual nonstop wisecracking, spent several seconds in shocked silence, underscoring just how painful it looked.
* PantyShot: Expect an extreme close-up whenever one occurs.
** And always initiated by Kenny. Sometimes subverted though, in that when Vic thinks Kenny is going for a panty shot, he actually focusing on something else.
-->'''Vic:''' Ken, you can't use the Impact Replay to look at underwear!
* ParodyNames: All over the place, and often combined with the PunnyName; most notably contestants from teams drawn from popular culture.
* ProductPlacement: Occasionally, the MXC Impact Replay segments would have brand names attached to them (this was not applied to the DVD releases, the worst offender has to be season one where all of it was sponsored by Taco Bell, made even worse is that you would hear Vic say [[MostAnnoyingSound "I think that deserves an MXC Impact Replay!"]] for most of the season).
** During the "Almost Live" special, which wasn't released on DVD, all of the participants' helmets were marked with the McDonalds logo.
* PunnyName: Again, everywhere you look.
* RapidFireComedy: The commentators almost never let up. Between the on-screen action and the running commentary, you're bound to miss half the jokes the first time you see an episode, which makes for good repeat viewing.
* ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: Kenny accidentally does this early in "Squeeze Out The Vote".
* ShoutOut: Vic Romano is named after the one-off character from ''MiamiVice''.
* SickeningCrunch: Played for laughs, normally to sell what the announcers tell the audience about the obstacles. For instance, someone being run down by an obviously-styrofoam rock will be accompanied with bone-crunching sound effects and screams.
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender
* SpecialEditionTitle: In episodes of Seasons 2 and 3.
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''[[Series/{{Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]'', which trades out the GagDub for InUniverse sports commentary (but not as wacky as in this show's dub) and features ''TakeshisCastle''-style courses.
* StockFootage: From ''TakeshisCastle''
* StraightManAndWiseGuy: The interaction between the two hosts.
* StrawmanPolitical: Captain Tenneal, whose opening conversation with the players often delves into conservative parody. Unusually for this trope, he's still portrayed as very likable.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Guy [=LeDouche=], even though it's pronounced "Gee", which, considering his family's accent, is french.
* TitleScream
* TooManyHalves: During "A Mazing Grace" Vic Says that "One half is playing for redemption, the other half for Gay Pride" and Kenny says "And the third half for their lives!"
* TopTenList: The end of each episode features "Kenny Blankenship's Painful Eliminations of the Day" which contains particularly bad eliminations or moments that are just too painful to watch.
* TwoRightsMakeAWrong: Kenny points that out at the start of "Religious Right Vs. Gay Rights".
* XMakesAnythingCool / XtremeKoolLetterz: The abbreviation does not account for either "E" in the full title.
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[-What do we always say? ''[[CatchPhrase Don't. Get. Eliminated!]]''-]

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''"[[{{TagLine}} The World's Toughest Competition in Town!"]]''

This American {{gag dub}} version of the wacky Japanese game show ''[[TakeshisCastle Takeshi's Castle]]'' is usually called ''MXC'' both in and out of universe. Originally running on Spike TV (Formerly Known as TNN) from 2003-07, it changes the premise of the show in that contestants try to score points for their respective teams instead of competing as individuals.

The opposing "teams" (after which the episodes are named) are taken from industries or societal subdivisions, such as "Unemployed vs. Environmentalists" or "Fast Food Workers vs. Aerospace Industry". Whatever groups are involved, rest assured the hosts will have plenty of fun at the teams' expense.

There are typically four challenges but can be as many as six on occasion, and about a dozen people attempt each challenge. Any contestant who successfully navigates the challenge scores one point for his or her team. At the end of the show, maybe five points have been scored and a team wins by a one point difference. This should give you an idea where most of the show's humor comes from. The rest of the humor comes from the [[RapidFireComedy massive avalanche of jokes]] the wisecracking hosts make.
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!!'''This show contains examples of:'''
* AlliterativeName: Jimmy Junk.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: A brief moment before the commercial after the first half of the Animation Special of season 1.
* ButtMonkey: Vic clearly lives a miserable life; see DarkAndTroubledPast below.
* BrickJoke: Any contestant previously seen in one game that is seen again in another game.
* {{Calvinball}}: Some examples include the Educators being behind 3 to 1 with the final round being worth 3 points (Even though the score is all tied up 2 to 2), the scoring for the first round in the "Romance Industry vs. Firearm Industry" episode has every person who succeeds in Great Holes of Glory recieves a point for respective teams, and the scoring for Buck Off in "The White House Vs. The World" has shooting down the bat as worth 1 point and managing to go the distance, but not bringing down said bat down without getting Bucked off is worth 0.5 points (and getting sprayed by Herbie).
* CaptainObvious: Kenny.
--> '''Kenny:''' Well, here's the problem right here, Vic: He slips. And then he hits his head. If he didn't do that he would've won.
--> '''Vic:''' Great insight as always, Ken.
* TheCaptain - Captain Tenneal.
* CasanovaWannabe: Kenny Blankenship.
* CatchPhrase: Captain Tenneal's "Well, you're WRONG!" and "LET'S GO!"; the end-of-episode "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis DON'T! GET! ELIMINATED!]]"; Guy [=LeDouche=] calling the captain "Skipper" or, and saying "Gee like" whenever he's aroused, which is all the time; Vic Romano's "Right you are, Ken" whenever Kenny Blankenship has made an insightful observation, and "Indeed".
** "KENNY!" (Naturally, this is often followed by Vic slapping Kenny with his paper fan.)
** About every time someone falls over, Vic shouts "OH!" and then usually makes a comment.
** Vic's Use of the word "Gingerly".
** Kenny's "HA!"
** Captain Tenneal's "Get it on!" as a challenge gets underway.
* ClipShow: Two ("Most Best of MXC") in Season Four; these were left off of the DVD release.
* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MXC#Season_Two Due to some of the costumes used]], the "Real Monsters vs. Commercial Mascots" episode was subject to this for the Season Two [=DVD=] release -- more than half of the episode was dropped and graphics covered other segments (this is also part of the reason why the episode is not available for download on iTunes). This didn't apply to reruns on Spike [=TV=], though.
* CrossdressingVoices: The Green Teabagger (at least in Season 5).
* TheCynic: Captain Tenneal during his questions to the contestants. He's a very chipper one at that. Case in point:
-->'''Captain Tenneal:''' How many of you think high quality health care should be made available to everybody, regardless of income and ability to pay? Show of hands.
-->'''Everyone:''' ''(Raises hands)'' Yeah!
-->'''Captain Tenneal:''' Hmmm...you're all wrong; Rich people stay healthy, poor people get sick and die, [[TheSocialDarwinist that's natural selection.]]
* TheDanza: Vic Romano is voiced by Victor Wilson, which also makes sense because in a season one episode, Guy refered to Vic as Victor.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Naturally, played for humor: Vic Romano is a recovering alcoholic; he used to be a network news anchor until his drinking problem derailed his career. He also has three ex-wives (one of which was introduced in "Malcontents vs. Baked Goods), and in "The Amusement Park Industry vs. the World's Oldest Profession", it's revealed he was once a gigolo.
* DeathCourse: Many of the games from ''TakeshisCastle''; the dub exaggerates the danger for comedic value.
* DepravedBisexual: Guy.
* DontTryThisAtHome: Lampshaded during "Sprayed and Neutered":
-->'''Vic:''' And remember kids: Don't try this at home.
-->'''Kenny:''' Yeah, do it at your friend's house!
** Plus this:
-->'''On Screen Disclaimer:''' ''[During Kenny's Description of the game "Roadkill"]'' Don't be even stupider and this at home either.
* DoubleEntendre: Probably half of the show's rapidly-delivered jokes. The other half are {{Incredibly Lame Pun}}s.
* {{Eagleland}}: In the Former Olympians episode (Season 2), the United States is pitted against the rest of the world. The voiceover and commentary constantly plays up the USA's superiority over the competition; it was billed as "the classic battle between the best versus the rest!"
* EmbeddedPrecursor: The [=DVDs=] include a few original, unedited episodes of ''Takeshi's Castle'' with forced proper English subtitles (well apart from the some of the music for the games and the fact the Disc 1 of Volume 5 has "Street Corner TV" edited out).
* EpicFail: The "Squeeze Out the Vote" episode (Season 3) ends with all zeroes. Vic noted this with "Just like in politics, nobody wins."
* EvolvingCredits: By the season.
* FastForwardGag: Used many an episode for editing purposes only.
* FictionalPoliticalParty: The afromentioned Season 3 episode has the majority of the "third party" names made-up, including the Brown Party, the S&M Party, the Wiccan Party, and GILF (all of which failed to score points on the board).
* FunWithAcronyms: A Season 5 episode (Greepeace vs Body Obsessed) has a Brass Balls Contestant who is the President of STEPA which (According to Vic) stands for '''S'''exy '''T'''eens for the '''E'''thenical '''P'''unishment of '''A'''nimals.
* GagDub: Even though the dub retains the on-screen Japanese text and hides the fact that almost all of the competitors are Asian. One of the three episode commentaries on the Season 1 box set explains that the dubbers, from the beginning, chose ''not'' to make jokes that poked fun at Japanese people and culture -- sort of a "laughing with, not at" situation.
* GrimyWater: A rare non-video game example. The bodies of brown water that the contestants often fall into are always given disgusting sources, such as runoff from the Tijuana Zoo. Additionally, the water is always referred to as "safety sludge", "septic sludge", "safety fluid", or even "the pool of stools" .
* HalloweenEpisode[=/=]HalloweenSpecial - "Real Monsters vs. Commercial Mascots" (Season 2).
* HongKongDub: Sometimes the voiceovers can be heard even if the people in the archive footage aren't talking.
* HurricaneOfPuns: The quick descriptions of each contestant often include these.
* IHaveManyNames: Danny Glands AKA Jimmy Junk AKA Golden Shower Boy AKA Barry Sosa.
* InherentlyFunnyWords: One episode saw Kenny seeing Astronaut to be one.
* MarketBasedTitle
* {{Metaphorgotten}}: Kenny is sometimes guilty of this.
-->'''Kenny:''' ''[on a female contestant wearing elbow pads]'' Not only that Vic, she's weaing elbow pads; you know what I'd say about a girl in elbow pads...
-->'''Vic:''' I think you're thinking of knee pads, Kenny.
-->'''Kenny:''' Oh, that'd be sick.
* NamesTheSame: There have been two versions of the "Slippery Slope of Slanted Death".
* NaughtyByNight: Parodied by Kenny who would use the word "Super".
-->'''Kenny:''' Captain Armenia: By day, he's a cab driver; by night, He's a super cab driver.
* OnceAnEpisode: There's always one contestant with a Middle Eastern background named "(something) Babaganoush".
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: In one episode, a contestant attempted a celebratory backflip, and landed directly on his head. Vic and Kenny yelled in alarm, and, in contrast to their usual nonstop wisecracking, spent several seconds in shocked silence, underscoring just how painful it looked.
* PantyShot: Expect an extreme close-up whenever one occurs.
** And always initiated by Kenny. Sometimes subverted though, in that when Vic thinks Kenny is going for a panty shot, he actually focusing on something else.
-->'''Vic:''' Ken, you can't use the Impact Replay to look at underwear!
* ParodyNames: All over the place, and often combined with the PunnyName; most notably contestants from teams drawn from popular culture.
* ProductPlacement: Occasionally, the MXC Impact Replay segments would have brand names attached to them (this was not applied to the DVD releases, the worst offender has to be season one where all of it was sponsored by Taco Bell, made even worse is that you would hear Vic say [[MostAnnoyingSound "I think that deserves an MXC Impact Replay!"]] for most of the season).
** During the "Almost Live" special, which wasn't released on DVD, all of the participants' helmets were marked with the McDonalds logo.
* PunnyName: Again, everywhere you look.
* RapidFireComedy: The commentators almost never let up. Between the on-screen action and the running commentary, you're bound to miss half the jokes the first time you see an episode, which makes for good repeat viewing.
* ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: Kenny accidentally does this early in "Squeeze Out The Vote".
* ShoutOut: Vic Romano is named after the one-off character from ''MiamiVice''.
* SickeningCrunch: Played for laughs, normally to sell what the announcers tell the audience about the obstacles. For instance, someone being run down by an obviously-styrofoam rock will be accompanied with bone-crunching sound effects and screams.
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender
* SpecialEditionTitle: In episodes of Seasons 2 and 3.
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''[[Series/{{Wipeout2008}} Wipeout]]'', which trades out the GagDub for InUniverse sports commentary (but not as wacky as in this show's dub) and features ''TakeshisCastle''-style courses.
* StockFootage: From ''TakeshisCastle''
* StraightManAndWiseGuy: The interaction between the two hosts.
* StrawmanPolitical: Captain Tenneal, whose opening conversation with the players often delves into conservative parody. Unusually for this trope, he's still portrayed as very likable.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Guy [=LeDouche=], even though it's pronounced "Gee", which, considering his family's accent, is french.
* TitleScream
* TooManyHalves: During "A Mazing Grace" Vic Says that "One half is playing for redemption, the other half for Gay Pride" and Kenny says "And the third half for their lives!"
* TopTenList: The end of each episode features "Kenny Blankenship's Painful Eliminations of the Day" which contains particularly bad eliminations or moments that are just too painful to watch.
* TwoRightsMakeAWrong: Kenny points that out at the start of "Religious Right Vs. Gay Rights".
* XMakesAnythingCool / XtremeKoolLetterz: The abbreviation does not account for either "E" in the full title.
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[-What do we always say? ''[[CatchPhrase Don't. Get. Eliminated!]]''-]
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* ThirdPersonPerson: Guy [=LeDouche=], even though it's pronounced "Gee".

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* ThirdPersonPerson: Guy [=LeDouche=], even though it's pronounced "Gee"."Gee", which, considering his family's accent, is french.
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** "Ooh, Gee like!"


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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender
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** "Ooh, Guy like!"

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** "Ooh, Guy Gee like!"
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* StockFootage

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* StockFootageStockFootage: From ''TakeshisCastle''
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: A brief moment before the commercial after the first half of the Animation Special of season 1.
18th Nov '13 6:38:06 AM rocker1992
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* ProductPlacement: Occasionally, the MXC Impact Replay segments would have brand names attached to them (this was not applied to the DVD releases, the worst offender has to be season one where all of it was sponsored by Taco Bell, made even worse is that you would hear Vic say [[MostAnnoyingSound "I think that calls for an MXC Impact replay!"]] for most of the season).

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* ProductPlacement: Occasionally, the MXC Impact Replay segments would have brand names attached to them (this was not applied to the DVD releases, the worst offender has to be season one where all of it was sponsored by Taco Bell, made even worse is that you would hear Vic say [[MostAnnoyingSound "I think that calls for deserves an MXC Impact replay!"]] Replay!"]] for most of the season).
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* ProductPlacement: Occasionally, the MXC Impact Replay segments would have brand names attached to them (this was not applied to the DVD releases).

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* ProductPlacement: Occasionally, the MXC Impact Replay segments would have brand names attached to them (this was not applied to the DVD releases).releases, the worst offender has to be season one where all of it was sponsored by Taco Bell, made even worse is that you would hear Vic say [[MostAnnoyingSound "I think that calls for an MXC Impact replay!"]] for most of the season).
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* TooManyHalves: During "A Mazing Grace" Vic Says that "One half is playing for redemption, the other half for Gay Pride" and Kenny says "And the third half for their lives!"
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** Kenny's "HA!"



* DarkAndTroubledPast: Naturally, played for humor: Vic Romano is a recovering alcoholic; he used to be a network news anchor until his drinking problem derailed his career. He also has three ex-wives, and in "The Amusement Park Industry vs. the World's Oldest Profession", it's revealed he was once a gigolo.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Naturally, played for humor: Vic Romano is a recovering alcoholic; he used to be a network news anchor until his drinking problem derailed his career. He also has three ex-wives, ex-wives (one of which was introduced in "Malcontents vs. Baked Goods), and in "The Amusement Park Industry vs. the World's Oldest Profession", it's revealed he was once a gigolo.
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