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    Fear Factor, 02/04 Episode "The All Female Show"

    All Female Show
    60 min.

    An “All-Female” episode in which six ladies try to transfer electric eels from one bin to another; and ride a weird mechanical bull while hanging from a helicopter. Joe Rogan hosts.

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    From NBC:

    FEAR FACTOR
    #319 - ALL FEMALE SHOW
    02-04-2003 8:00PM

    In this "females only" episode of "Fear Factor," our six female contestants compete against themselves and each other with extreme challenges in the hope of taking home a cash prize of up to $50,000 at the end of the hour. Stunts for this episode include a transfer of electric eels from one container to another and a challenge to stay balanced while straddling a bull-like object between their legs and swaying, swinging and bouncing bucking bronco-style hung under a helicopter over a lake. John de Mol ("Big Brother") and Matt Kunitz ("Dog Eat Dog") are the executive producers of this series from Endemol Entertainment USA. .

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    Your contestants for tonight's show:


    Name: Pam Green
    Hometown: Angleton, TX
    Occupation: Tattoo Makeup Artist


    Name: Mandy Chester
    Hometown: Joplin, MO
    Occupation: Theater Promotions


    Name: Nekesha Givens
    Hometown: Orlando, FL
    Occupation: Orlando Magic Dancer


    Name: Dalila Frazier
    Hometown: Chicago, IL
    Occupation: Fitness Instructor


    Name: Erin Matteson
    Hometown: Naperville, IL
    Occupation: Bartender


    Name: Donna Russell
    Hometown: Ocoee, FL
    Occupation: Manicurist

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    Mandy Chester....how appropriate that turned out to be!

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    Who won it? And was there a gross second stunt?

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    Erin won, and no gross stunts were done. First stunt was walking around a spinning square, then roping down to a platform and grabbing a flag. Second stunt was transferring electric eels from one tank to another the fastest. Third stunt was riding a barrel slung below a helicopter. Mandy "won" the first two stunts, Erin the important one.

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    Joplin woman is Fear Factor contestant
    by: mariwinn
    Updated: 2003-02-04 22:48:29-06

    Supporters of Mandy Chester had to be nothing less than excited when the vivacious blonde from Joplin solidly outdid her opponents in the first two rounds of the February 4, 2003 airing of Fear Factor. The NBC reality show pitted six females against each other to vie for a prize of $50,000.

    The first stunt involved stepping along four sides of a moving girder suspended high above water in order to reach a rope, shimmy down and grab a flag. The difficulty of maintaining balance sent two of the 6 contestants into the water below. Chester's time of one minute, 17 seconds led the pack.

    It took Chester only 15 seconds to transfer 6 electric eels from one side of a water-filled tank to the other, a feat she performed in the second round in half the time of her closest competitor.

    On a roll, Chester entered the final round with obvious confidence, and when asked what she would do with the prize money, she said that she would give half to her parents, pay for her son's college and save the rest for herself.

    The final stunt involved straddling a barrel that was suspended on a cable from a helicopter. The object was to remain on the barrel the longest, similar to riding a mechanical bull.

    Chester was dubbed the "dark horse, country girl from nowhere" by Erin Matteson, a bartender from Naperville, IL who had reached the final round with a girder time of 2 minutes, 52 seconds and an eel moving time of 40 seconds.

    Just four seconds shy of Matteson's winning time of 32 seconds, Chester let the barrel slip from her grip and consequently the $50,000.

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    now i know that 2 of the girls were elle naturelle last night, but is it a pre-requisite to have fake bobbers to be on that show? it's almost offensive; i'm talking holy schnockers that looks painful!

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    Ok...I can't believe I'm saying this, and I know I'm disappointing men everywhere...but I'm getting tired off all the "silly putty" on Fear Factor!

    There...I said it! Whew...I feel much better.

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    I think the requirement for an all-girls show was large chests...Whether by nature or scalpel.

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