Epic falls, cruel spills and big money await 20 ordinary Aussies as they go head-to-head in the world's most outrageous obstacle course.
S01:E01 - Wipeout Australia
Fashion comes to Wipeout Australia as we meet Adam “God’s Gift” Marshall, a self styled Ad man who conquers the Qualifier. Other Catwalk moments include the Grandpa in his Red Speedos and a Rainbow Bright Personal Ad. If jumping a revolving arm while balancing on a pedestal above water isn’t enough for you then you’ll love this weeks Sweeper. Contestants are armed with Dodgeballs, to be deployed at each other, creating horrific hits and spectacular spills. The Dizzy Dummy claims its first victim as Dummy Tummy rejects a contestant and the Wipeout Zone becomes a battle of young and old.
S01:E02 - Wipeout Australia
It’s no doubt that the ‘Ball Crusher’ Sweeper is the star of tonight’s show. With a brother- sister team hanging by a thread and a three-way hurdle, this week’s Sweeper writes itself into the History books. Tonight is also the night we meet Buffman, a pint sized Superhero with a twitch and a photo finish at the Dizzy Dummy threatens extinction to a Rare Breed. A week of action packed Wipeouts with Latin Dancing lotharios, what more can you ask for? And for the kids, a Fairy Tale, Wipeout Style!
S01:E03 - Wipeout Australia
Showdowns don’t come more epic than this. Pro Wrestler Mikey takes on Wipeout Australias very own Tom Cruise. Its neck and neck through the qualifier which this week includes a real Mission Impossible, Dirty Balls. The trash talk is as fierce as the competition and continues to the Wipeout Zone with the winner taking not only the $20,000 but also the glory. Australia is also introduced to a new kind of “violent love”, the Fight Hug.
S01:E04 - Wipeout Australia
This week contestants on Wipeout Australia are bought undone by a seemingly simple obstacle on the Qualifier, the Slippery Stairs. It’s all in the name really, an innocent set of stairs, covered in Wipeout Crash cream. Its up the way and down the way for all and sundry. The lucky 12 that move through, battle it out with a giant toothbrush Sweeper. ‘Nat with the Tats’ and Renee ‘Lets get physical’ move through to the Dreadmill, flying the banner for the ladies. Look out for Scotty Six Toes at the Big Balls and get the ear plugs ready as you meet Herr Chris. It’s a colourful week with leotards, laughs and lots of ladies.
S01:E05 - Wipeout Australia
It’s Sitcom Central on Wipeout Australia with the Odd Couple, starring World’s Strongest Dwarf, David Clarke and Gentle Giant, Tim Watts. Once again the Big Balls deliver some spectacular moments with an Italian Chef being sliced and diced. Sacks are introduced at the Sweeper proving too much for some, but surprisingly helping the ladies to even things out as we go into a 50/50 male, female split in the Wipeout Zone.
S01:E06 - Wipeout Australia
Mesmerized by Bon Bon’s Belly Dancing, we catch up with our favourite Big Balls in the Qualifier. They dish out punishment to Australia’s very own female Jim Carrey and send Big Cat tamer Robbie into the pond. Goofy Goggles up the ante on the Dreadmill causing the Breakdancing Dad to create hilarious new moves. Golden Guns, Marisa battles it out for the ladies against Perfect Specimen, Seamus in the Wipeout Zone.
S01:E07 - Wipeout Australia
Wipeout Australia debunks the myth that only young, fit and funky people should go on game shows. This week we are forced to take notice of Demolition Dave, a 49 yr old South Australia man who thanks to some home training smashes the qualifier. For those lucky enough to survive the Fly Screen Sweeper it was Dizzy Dummy time. Emerging as the Dark Horse, Kobie Mulligan earned herself a shot in the Wipeout Zone, joined by a Strategist and Rubber Woman resulting in a bitter showdown.
S01:E08 - Wipeout Australia
From singing Pastors to Wookies, this week is jammed pack with Characters, who battle it out on the Qualifier with amusing attempts at the inconceivable Field Goal Swing. Its no easy task to earn a spot in the Wipeout Zone this week with the Dreadmill, sorting the men from the boys. Contestants must dodge the wrecking ball while shooting basketballs. Although there is one man who came prepared, Dodgeball Champion Dan Bennett, whose “Duck, Dive, Dip, Dodge and Dunk” training comes into play.