NEW GAMES FOR EPISODE FOUR OF "I SURVIVED A JAPANESE GAME SHOW,"
AIRING TUESDAY, JULY 15 ON ABC
Darcy Sletager Eliminated on Last Night's Episode
The craziness continues for Americans competing in Japan when "Episode 104" of "I Survived a Japanese Game Show" airs TUESDAY, JULY 15 (9:01-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Darcy Sletager (Sandpoint, ID) was eliminated on last night's episode.
Here are the games in the new hour:
BIG BABY GO BOOM
Teammates are dressed like babies and spun in an oversized crib. Then the dizzy teammate climbs out of the crib and maneuvers through an obstacle course carrying two cups filled with milk to pour into a large baby bottle. The team that gets the most milk in the bottle in the allotted time wins.
BIG CHICKEN BUTT SCRAMBLE
The contestants get covered in oil and must roll in feathers until they are covered. Then they have to run to oversized nests and, using only their butts, pop huge yolky balloon "eggs." The contestant who pops the most balloons in the allotted time wins.
"I Survived A Japanese Game Show" is a hilarious, behind-the-scenes and ground-breaking show giving 10 Americans � many of whom have never traveled outside the United States � a real, life-changing adventure by whisking them away to Tokyo to compete in the ultimate Japanese game show. Each week a player will be eliminated and the final winner will take home $250,000.
Guiding the players through their stay in Japan are host/tour guide Tony Sano ("Spring Break in Japan," "Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight"), an American actor fluent in Japanese; a house mother where the players live and resident pot-stirrer, Mamasan; and witty game show host Rome Kanda ("Pink Panther," "Saturday Night Live"), who leads the American contestants through all of the zany games.
The executive producers are Arthur Smith and Kent Weed (A. Smith & Co., "Kitchen Nightmares," "Hell's Kitchen"), David Sidebotham, Karsten Bartholin and Tim Crescenti, from a concept by Babyfoot APS Denmark.
"I Survived a Japanese Game Show" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning.
A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to airdate.