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A reality show about a group of stunt men & extreme sport enthusists with high thresholds of pain. Each show consists only of videotapes of them performing stupid and dangerous stunts--standing in a porta-potty while it's turned upside-down, wrestling a bear while wearing a bear costume, and pretending to kidnap Brad Pitt. Written by Mike Konczewski

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Brad Pitt was "abducted" by the Jackass crew on the series finale. See more »

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My Favorite Show!!!!!!!!!
9 October 2004 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

This is my favorite show ever! The stunts and jokes that they perform are so original. Although it was very simple and short, one of the best things I think they did was when they had Chris Pontius dress up in a bunny suit and close him fingers in the subway door. They did this because there was a warning sticker inside the subway which illustrated a bunny closing him fingers in the door. I try to catch old episodes of JACKASS on MTV every chance I get. Wildboyz and Viva La Bam are okay, but definitely not as good as JACKASS. Johnny Knoxville adds a special tought that no one else can add. The problem with Viva La Bam is that it is just too much of the same thing, skating, torturing him patents, etc., sure it was funny at first , but you can't have three seasons of that. Wildboyz on the other hand, is a little bit better than Viva La Bam. It brings the same screen presence as jackass with the silliness of the stunts (I.E. the hilarious nudity). ALL IN ALL I'D GIVE JACKASS 10/10 STARS, WILDBOYZ 8/10 STARS, AND VIVA LA BAM A MEASILY 2/10 STARS.


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