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Ridiculousness season 8←Ridiculousness season 7 Ridiculousness season 9→
Ridiculousness season 8 episodes list:
With a whole new stage, Rob, Chanel and Sterling "Do It For The Vine," bust out their 3D glasses for the category "3Diculousness" and watch some old folks slam in the "Grey Games."
Comedian Eric Andre returns to check out some "Power Dicks," watch people go tongue to tongue in the category "Unexpected Mouth Mates" and get sticky with his favorite dressing.
Rob welcomes NFL superstar Rob Gronkowski to learn what it’s like to be "Unwakeable," the dangers of being "Bus Blind" and experience the strange aggression of "Mild Boys."
Rob, Chanel and Sterling discuss a condition called "Temporary Fansanity," people who are "Quick To Cry" and our favorite summer sporting event, the "Bro Games."
The crew is joined by multi-platinum singer/songwriter Leona Lewis to watch some of her fellow "Aisle Trolls," be misunderstood while "Speaking Leonese" and learn about our friends across the pond in "Quite British."
Business guru Marcus Lemonis shows us his “Lemonis Face,” teaches us the 3Ps of “People, Process, Pain,” and finally discovers that “They Do Exist!”
Olympic Gold Medalist Kaitlyn Farrington joins Rob, Chanel, and Sterling to talk about "Other Sochi Games," "Pokeaphobia" and what it means to be a "Virgin Larper."
Comedian Hampton Yount joins Rob, Chanel and Sterling to check out the danger of "Risky Bits," listen to some "Next Level Narrators" and learn what it means to get "Hamspired."
Rob, Chanel and Steelo fly solo as they learn how dangerous it is to be born with "Turtle Blood," get in shape with "Beast 90x" and learn the advantages to being 100% "Prank Proof."
Grammy-nominated recording artist Redfoo joins Rob, Stee-Lo and Chanel to talk about the "Legends Of Campfoo," going "Lights Out" and learn what it means to get "Party Rock'd."
Basketball great Metta World Peace joins Rob, Sterling, and Chanel to talk about what it means to play "Metta Ball" and having a job when you're "Here For The Discount."
Rob, Chanel and Sterling spot some "Man Dolphins," hit some red "Bullseyes" and get wet in the category "Dammmmp Daniel."
NASCAR's Bubba Wallace sits with Rob, Stee-lo and Chanel to drive fast and hard in "Trading Paint," play some "Next Level Games" and get into some road rage throwdowns in "Street Heat."
Rob, Sterling, and Chanel go "Flame Dumb," test out their hand skills in "Snatch Masters," and slow-mo man's best friend in "Goooooooddddd Boooooooyyyyy."
Grammy-winning rapper and producer T-Pain joins Rob, Sterling, and Chanel to sweeten the sound of people’s slams in “T-Pain Your Pain” and talk about “Hard 180s.”
Rob, Chanel and Sterling enjoy some "White Whines," attend an "Animals Anonymous" meeting and take a trip to the most dangerous suburb in the country "Slamburbia."
Rob, Chanel, and Sterling are joined by the coolest granny in the game, Baddie Winkle, who teaches us how to stay young in “Fountain of Baddie.”
Rob, Chanel and Sterling see the secret skills it takes to be an “Undercover Badass,” find a new way of “Gettin’ Paid” and learn that some things are simply “Unforgivable.”
Super Bowl 50 Champs DeMarcus Ware and Von Miller join Rob and the crew to try out for the "Swat Team," round up some "Attack Chickens," and file to the IRS to become "Fart Tax Exempt."
Rob, Chanel and Sterling take the “Running Man Challenge,” explore the fear known as “Crap-nophobia” and learn what it means to be “Saved To Death.”
Comedy icon Wanda Sykes joins Rob, Sterling, and Chanel to talk about what it means to have “Unpresidential Nipples,” doling out “Momforcement,” and the first ever “Wandamania.”
Rob, Sterling, and Chanel pay homage to some “Legendary Assists,” bust up some public makeouts with “PDA Police,” and find out why babies are nothing more than “Tiny People, Tiny Brains.”
Rob, Sterling, and Chanel hang out with artist/producer Dillon Francis to talk some “Wack Smack” and learn how to party correctly in “They Did It Right.”
Jackass’ Dave England shows Rob, Chanel and Sterling what it takes to inspire a generation of “Poo Pros,” gets careless with some “Bad Daddies” and the agony of getting “Butt Hurt.”
The hosts of "The Fighter and The Kid" podcast, Bryan Callen and Brendan Schaub, join Rob, Chanel, and Sterling to talk about other “Fighters and Funny People.”
Rob, Chanel and Sterling look for some "Everyday Peens," watch some videos get "Dog Bombed" and check out some people who have serious "Motor Skills."
The legendary television host Jerry Springer joins Rob, Sterling and Chanel to chant “Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!,” watch some “Beastdowns” and post some photos on “Injurgram.”
Rob shows Chanel and Sterling the animal mastery of “Beast Lords,” the tragedy of having a “Craptastrophe” and the dangers of flying “Foot Bombs.”
Stunt person and Nitro Circus star Jolene Van Vugt stops by to get destructive with “Smash Happy” and capture the perfect monkey moments in “Right Place, Right Monkey.”
Rob, Chanel and Sterling discuss the drunk ingenuity of "Drinkovators," explore the bizarre "Planet Of The Vapes" and test their palates for destruction in the "Taste Of Death."