Nitro Circus: Season One

Produced by the same people behind "Jackass" (Johnny Knoxville, etc.) this MTV series is similar, but the craziness is done by professional stunt people. Travis Pastrana, Gregg Godfrey, Jeremy Rawle and other friends get together to act out the latest insane stunt dreamed up for them to do. Travis Pastrana is a famous motocross pro and won the X Games gold medal nine times. He knows nothing about fear and will try anything that he thinks is remotely possible.

Episode 1: Welcome to Pastranaland: Travis attempts jumping out of an airplane with no parachute.

Episode 2: Lake Medina: These adrenaline junkies continue their craziness on land, water and in the air.

Episode 3: Las Vegas: In Sin City the crew launch motorcycles over 100 feet in the desert.

Episode 4: Hell Compound: Racing Big Wheels downhill at Pastrana's Maryland compound is the order of the day.

Episode 5: Home Sweet Home: We are in the birthplace of Nitro Circus – Utah.

Episode 6: The Circus Heads West: The crew is invited by pro FMX rider Ronnie Renner to perform some stunts at his California ranch.

Episode 7: Nitro in the Guinness Book: The crew teams up with the people of the Guinness Book of World Records to try and break a bunch of records.

Episode 8: Hollywood Nitro: The crew do some stunts with Arnold Schwarzenegger's stunt double.

Episode 9: Panamania!: Panama and its heat becomes the location for some wild and crazy stunts by the Nitro crew.

Episode 10: Puerto Rico: Travis meets up with his motocross mentor Gary Bailey in Puerto Rico.

Episode 11: Nitro Winter Wonderland: Three of the cast members take trips to the hospital.

Episode 12: Jamaican Me Crazy: The crew teams up with members of the Jamaican bobsled team.

Special Features: Dropkick Murphys: The State of Massachusetts, Bonus Stunts, Jackassworld.com Interviews, Jackassworld.com Bonus Footage, MTV.com Interviews, Bonus Outtakes, Previews of Nitro Circus: The Box Set, Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory: Season One, Jackass: The Lost Tapes, and Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman's Tribute to Evel Knievel

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