Chasing Time

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== Host ==
== Host ==
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[[Trey Farley]] (voiceover)
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[[Trey Farley]]
== Broadcast ==
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Brian Waddell Productions for National Geographic, 2002-3?
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Brian Waddell Productions for National Geographic, 2001-3?
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== Synopsis ==
== Synopsis ==
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Contestants are challenged to complete a set of tasks based on local custom in a location within a certain amount of time in order to win more time there.
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Two randomly selected contestants are plonked in a foreign city and are challenged to race against time to win the ultimate luxury holiday.
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Each episode whisks the players off to one of the world's major travel destinations. Armed only with a mobile phone, a map, a phrase book, a camera and plenty of kahunas ''[cojones, surely? - Ed.]'', they must complete a series of adventurous challenges tied to finding key landmarks, sites and events.
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If they succeed, they win an all-expenses-paid luxury stay in that city. If they fail, they get two tickets on the next flight home.
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== Inventor ==
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Unknown
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''Sumo wrestler with Trey Farley - he's the one on the right (and no, we don't get tired of that joke)''</div>
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[[Category:Action and Adventure]]

Current revision as of 15:02, 2 December 2012

Host

Trey Farley

Broadcast

Brian Waddell Productions for National Geographic, 2001-3?

Synopsis

Two randomly selected contestants are plonked in a foreign city and are challenged to race against time to win the ultimate luxury holiday.

Each episode whisks the players off to one of the world's major travel destinations. Armed only with a mobile phone, a map, a phrase book, a camera and plenty of kahunas [cojones, surely? - Ed.], they must complete a series of adventurous challenges tied to finding key landmarks, sites and events.

If they succeed, they win an all-expenses-paid luxury stay in that city. If they fail, they get two tickets on the next flight home.

Sumo wrestler with Trey Farley - he's the one on the right (and no, we don't get tired of that joke)

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