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Pretty funny
3 March 2017 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Those crazy dudes from Jackass hang out with quadriplegic athletes Andy Cohn, Scott Hogsett, and Mark Zupan of Murderball fame. Not surprisingly, all these guys go to a bar and get blasted drunk while macking on some hot babes. Moreover, we also witness such wacky antics as jumping a wheelchair either off of a table or into a pool while someone is in it, the black eye game, and cattle prod jousting. What makes this half hour show work so well and prevents it from being offensive is the fact that Steve-O and Johnny Knoxville treat Cohn, Hogsett, and Zupan as equals instead of making them out to be objects to mock. Moreover, Cohn, Hogsett, and Zupan all point out that life doesn't have to end just because you're a quadriplegic and state a persuasive case for how you can surmount a handicap through sheer force of will alone. A real hoot -- and even more than a little inspirational, too.

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