Proving that daredevil idiots can be found all over the globe, three Welsh lads and one Londoner tackle an astounding array of painful and disgusting stunts resulting in blood, sweat, tears and laughter.
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Four guys set off on a world tour to enact the seven deadly sins. Based on the MTV Europe series "Dirty Sanchez".

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A show that follows Bam Margera (of Jackass and CKY fame) in his attempts to anger his parents. Unlike CKY or Jackass, Viva La Bam focuses mainly on the torture of Bam's parents and less on harmful stunts.

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The Dudesons (TV Series 2006)
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Four crazy lifelong friends perform pranks and outrageous stunts.

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"The Dudesons Movie" is an extreme stunts comedy that features the wild antics of four hilarious, lifelong friends and their crazy lives in the Arctic Circle.

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Jackass: Volume Two (Video 2004)
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This single disc DVD contains over 1 hour of highlights from the Jackass TV series, with special features.

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The "Wildboyz", Steve-O and Chris Pontius, interact with different animals and travel around the globe.

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The cast performs various crazy stunts for our amusement.

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Bam Margera continues to goon with his squad

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CKY 3 (Video 2001)
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Based around skateboarding and crazy stunts. Starring the CKY crew, Bam Margera, Brandon DiCamillo, etc.

Directors: Brandon DiCamillo, Bam Margera
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CKY2K (Video 2000)
Comedy | Documentary | Action
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7.4/10 X  

Outrageous skate video introduced the world to Bam Margera, the insane, parent hassling daredevil that would gain fame for risking life and limb on MTV's Jackass series. Includes a very ... See full summary »

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Bam Margera from Jackass presents his lifestyle during the days that are in connection with his marriage with his fiancé Missy.

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Proving that daredevil idiots can be found all over the globe, three Welsh lads and one Londoner tackle an astounding array of painful and disgusting stunts resulting in blood, sweat, tears and laughter.

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The name "Dirty Sanchez" is in reference to a slang term for a sexual act involving feces. In the U.S., the show is named "Team Sanchez". In the U.S. version, any time the name of the show is mentioned, the word "dirty" is censored. See more »

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Gloriously gross out humour
1 May 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Many people when writing about 'Dirty Sanchez' compare it to 'Jackass', both being, by and large the same type of show. The main comments seem either to be 'It's a Jackass rip-off', or, 'Far more extreme than Jackass'. Both do have equal stances on the show. Not many people have heard of the show, let alone seen it. It came from a much smaller company than the goliaths of MTV, and was pushed to the 1 o'clock in the morning slot by channel 4. maybe appropriately, you may think, after watching the show.

The show comes from the current skateboarder trend for this type of humour: People with a healthy disregard for themselves, messing around. However, Dirty Sanchez's stunts are much more extreme than anyone would care to try, and yes, I will say it, more extreme than 'Jackass'. Stapling your ear to a piece of wood, lowering your posterior onto a floor covered in drawing pins, rolling around in stinging nettles, and playing extreme ice hockey in the nude are all your average sort of stunt. The stunts all have a feeling of 'no going back'; once one of the four man strong crew of daredevils has decided to do a stunt, they go ahead, and regret it later. They often will do a stunt, only to realise a few seconds later that it was more painful than they imagined (one fine example of this is seeing Pritchard skate down an ice rink, before dropping on to his bare rear end, only to realise a few seconds later that it was taking his skin off, and desperately trying to prop himself up on his arms)- The dynamic between the four men-three welsh skateboarders, and one southerner-Is a complex one. they are all friends, and yet all treat each other in a way that borders on the ruthless. an example is a time when one of the guys gets sprayed in the eye, and is trying to wash it out, not realising that one of the others is adding washing powder to his hands, and effectively blinding him all the more. You do wonder what holds them together- Pancho, the shorter one, has a tendency to go into very deep sleeps, giving much scope for practical jokes. the Southerner, (I think it's Dan Joyce) is more reserved, less prepared to go into the really strong stunts. Pritchard has a rather large obsession with going naked, nudity being another central theme to the show. The last Welshman, (I think it's Dainton) is the more crueller of the group, always the instigator of the harsher practical jokes.

Upon viewing, one thing which may turn people off is the way the show is put together. It suffers from fairly poor editing, (Although I know it is shot on quite amateur cameras, but it still doesn't excuse it being put together badly) It lacks the coherency of 'Jackass', cutting back and forth between interviews with the cast, family and friends of the people involved, and the stunts themselves. However, Although I often like to think that my comedy tastes are more refined, I have to admit that shows like this often make me laugh like a kid. The silly way that they injure themselves so willingly just manages to be funny when you are not the one doing it. So, I can say, put your hands together, and pray, for 'Dirty Sanchez'.


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