NEW GAMES FOR EPISODE 6 OF "I SURVIVED A JAPANESE GAME SHOW,"
AIRING WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, ON ABC
** Drew Sealey (St. Louis, MO) Eliminated **
"Episode 206" -- The craziness continues for Americans competing in Japan when the fifth episode of "I Survived a Japanese Game Show" airs WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 (9:02-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Drew Sealey (St. Louis, MO) was eliminated on last night's show.
"I Survived a Japanese Game Show" is a hilarious, behind-the-scenes and ground-breaking show giving 12 Americans 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. Rome Kanda ("Pink Panther," "Saturday Night Live") is the game show host leading the contestants through all of the zany challenges; Mama-San is the house mother and resident pot stirrer; and Judge Bob is the rarely dynamic but always entertaining referee of the games.
Here are the games in "Episode 206":
BRAIN FREEZE FISH BREATH
Teammates dunk their heads into a tank of icy cold water and grab as many dead fish as possible -- using only their mouths -- in 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
BABY GO BOOM BOOM
A favorite game to fans returns, as teammates, dressed as babies, are spun in an oversized crib and then maneuver through an obstacle course one-at-a-time carrying two cups filled with milk that they pour into a large baby bottle. The obstacle course has spinners, see-saws, spanking machines and a fog blast. The team that gets the most milk in the bottle in 5 minutes wins. In this game, one member of the team that lost Brain Freeze Fish Breath is dressed as a Grandma with a baby on her back.
DRAGON UP YOUR NOSE
Contestants slide down a wall repeatedly attempting to throw balls into one of two holes (the dragon's nose) before they hit the ground. Most balls scored in 2 1/2 minutes wins.
The executive producers are Arthur Smith and Kent Weed for A. Smith & Co. ("Kitchen Nightmares," "Hell's Kitchen"), and David Sidebotham, Karsten Bartholin and Tim Crescenti for 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. This program carries a TV-PG,L parental guideline.