From nine to three, to two to WON. A bomb detonates in Solitary and earns one guest a serious advantage in the final treatment, the Human Hamster-Wheel of Misfortune.
Val plays head games with the final three Guests in a test that makes them color blind, before a treatment that requires mental balance and inhuman strength to survive.
The Guests step into the Matrix as Val turns a virtual maze into a mind-bending reality, before a skull crushing treatment of medieval proportions.
Val redecorates the pods into cells that make the guests meager living space even more unlivable – before a thrilling prison break earns one guest freedom.
Lack of food, sun and sleep in Solitary makes the guests question their sanity before they go completely ape in a treatment that forces them to eat and run ... and eat... and run... until someone gives up for good.
The guests get scrambled trying to text on Val's "computer from hell," and life in solitary is so hard one guest may even quit before the treatment — a fiendishly twisted game of Twister.
The guests are under the gun before Val's treatment forces the guests to literally beat themselves up.
The surprises keep coming when one guest is quickly eliminated... only to be replaced by a Solitary veteran.
The final two guests go head-to-spinning-head in an "a-maze-ing" test that gives one of them an advantage in the electrifying final treatment.
The final three guests attend their own funeral - they build their own coffins before having to lie in them.
A new Valphabet teaches the guests that "P" is for "Painful" and "Q" is for "Quit".
A gruesome test makes animals out of all of the guests.
A microscopic message has all of the guests speaking in tongues.
The guests have their nerves tested by dozens of snapping mousetraps.
The guests feel the sting of forty excruciating "Flesh Clips".
The experiment begins with a shocking twist, and two guests are sacrificed by the episode's conclusion.
Contestants try to over come some time behind bars.
Contestants get a chance to "monkey" around in this treatment.
Val makes the contestants smack themselves.
J. Scott recites some of his favorite poems.
Katie and Val discuss her kinky thoughts.
In this clip of Solitary v3.0 check out Trizz and he shows us how to rap.
In this clip of Solitary v3.0, Maureen sings her heart out.
Solitary v3.0 contestants find out how much rootbeer they can consume.
"Solitary" takes contestants to the threshold of tolerance by challenging their individual psychological and physical endurance. It's a mind game where the ultimate nemesis lives in the mind of the contestant-- and they never meet one another.
Katie has encounter with a spider in her pod.
Katie makes a call home.
Andrew plays the Hot Dog Game.
Val's new keyboard treatment.
Contestants shows off his use of mix martial arts.
Check out the rap coming from pod 8.
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