Episode 3: 01/21
CHICKEN WRANGLING, A MAZE RACE AND AN EATING CONTEST NOT FOR THE
SQUEAMISH, ON ABC'S "CELEBRITY MOLE YUCATAN," WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21
Episode 403 -- It's fowl play as the celebs scramble to see who can round up the most chickens with minutes to spare; later, the Mole organizes a moonlight maze race complete with masked Mexican wrestlers and serenading Mariachis, and one player is singled out to chow down and eat till he drops, just for a chance at an exemption, on "Celebrity Mole Yucatan," WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The cast includes legendary basketball bad boy Dennis Rodman, former v.j. and talk-show host Ananda Lewis, comedian Mark Curry ("Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"), supermodel Angie Everhart, sitcom stars Tracey Gold ("Growing Pains") and Keshia Knight Pulliam ("The Cosby Show"), battling against returning players Stephen Baldwin ("Usual Suspects," "One Good Cop") and Corbin Bernsen ("L.A. Law," "Major League"), who hope to avenge their early executions on the Hawaiian version of the series last season. Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Ahmad Rashad is host of the series.
"Celebrity Mole Yucatan" will be a special seven-episode version of the show, as each of the eight celebrities tries to figure out who among them is The Mole. The celebrities will use all their guile to uncover clues that could lead them to a pot of up to $250,000. They must complete a series of challenging physical and mental games to earn money for the pot, which one player will eventually win. Working undercover against the team, however, is The Mole, a double agent planted by the producers to sabotage the players' efforts. It is the goal of the players to decide who they think The Mole is, then learn as much about him or her as possible. In the final dramatic episode, The Mole is revealed and the one remaining player wins the jackpot.
"Celebrity Mole Yucatan" is produced by Stone Stanley Entertainment. David G. Stanley, Scott A. Stone and Clay Newbill are the executive producers.
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Maze race eh?
Isn't Dennis supposed to be in that episode, plotting with somebody while the maze gets set up? Now where did I hear that...
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