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Actor, comic and all-around thrill seeker Bert Kreischer celebrates local culture at its most adventurous, traveling the country to meet the people and experience the traditions that make each city and town unique. He'll ride extreme roller coasters, jump from 108 stories, experience a human sling shot and spend a night in a haunted house, among other heart-pumping challenges, all in the name of showcasing the fun found in America's backyards.

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Bert rides boardwalk coasters, trains sea lions, enters a Bonnie Knees contest and faces his fear of heights by rappelling down a 16-story building.
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Bert tests America's future thrill rides and rides military tanks to crush cars in Georgia's Tank Town USA.
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Bert prays he can outrun a colossal plastic ball down a 1,000-foot hill; America's tallest free-body waterslide.
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Bert flies down a ski jump turned waterslide, competing for biggest splash at a summer camp; the world's tallest, fastest and longest wing coaster.
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15 tons of flying tomatoes at the Seattle Tomato Battle.
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Bert races an ATV over a mud pit at the Midwest's Eagle Mountain Mud Fest.
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Bert suffers an injury before dashing through an inflatable obstacle course.
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Bert faces his fear of heights by riding Colorado's highest thrill rides, including Denver's tallest roller coaster.
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Bert competes to catch a muddy pig, and winner takes it home, in Florida.
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Bert tackles Michigan's top thrills such as a backyard "Abusement Park."
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Bert wildly sprints downhill attempting to finish before a roll of cheese.
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Bert attempts to walk on water to conquer a lobster crate race in Maine.
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Bert takes part in a Roman-style mechanical chariot race.
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Bert bungee jumps off the "Bridge to Nowhere" and rides roller coasters with some famous friends.
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Bert tries out a swing ride over the Colorado River and does some white water rafting in Canon City.
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Bert rides the Voyage and Wildebeest coasters.
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Bert rides the Medusa and then finds a challenge in a tricycle race.
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Bert goes to Mayan Riviera's Wet n Wild Cancun and defeats the Double Space Bowl slide and then tries to become the "King of Tubing" in the Yucatan Jungle.
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Dueling water coaster; indoor skydiving; Ostrich Chariot Race.
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New Mexico; snow tubing; indoor surfing; Angel Fire Shovel Race Championship.
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The Fur Rendezvous Festival in Alaska; human dogsled race; snowball battle; outhouse race.

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