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The internet is littered with outrageous videos of two- and four-wheel motorized mishaps. That content is what drives "Brake Room," a game show that features celebrities and motorheads alike trying to predict what happens in the viral videos. Contestants include discovery favorites like master car builder Jesse James, Sean Dwyer ("Deadliest Catch"), Tim Smith and Josh Owens ("Moonshiners"), and extreme stuntman "Wee Man" of "Jackass" fame. In each episode, two of these car fanatics face off in a series of questions about the crazy clips of accidents, blunders and mishaps, with the winner receiving the alluring "mystery box." Comic Nick Stevens hosts.

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Reality star Jesse James ("Monster Garage") versus automotive writer James Pumphrey.
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Gearheads Jesse James and Jessi Combs test their motor knowledge.
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Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
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Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
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Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
VOD available
Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
VOD available
Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
VOD available
Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
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TV personality Capt. Sean Dwyer ("Deadliest Catch") goes head to head with actor Wee Man in a viral video competition to test their motor knowledge and win the mystery box.
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Gearheads Ryan Blaney and Matt D'Andria go head to head to test their motor knowledge.
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Nick Stevens pits car fanatics against each other in challenges during which they use their knowledge to help them answer questions about clips of auto accidents, blunders and mishaps.
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Reality star Tim Smith ("Moonshiners") versus motocross racer Ricky Carmichael.

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