Love... is like an obstacle course. It hurts. Bad.
Matt Mitovich interviews 'Wipeout' host, Jill Wagner, about the wacky contestants on the show.|Wipeout|Jill Wagner|Matt Mitovich|
The two Johns can't believe it.
A young couple has retreated to the wilderness for a romantic camping weekend but the trip quickly spirals into a nightmare when they are car-jacked by an escaped convict and his girlfriend. Thrown together by chance, no one can
imagine the terrifying horror that awaits the two couples at a remote and isolated gas station.
It's not just a wipeout -- it's an ad campaign.
She shows the Model Brothers how it's done.
Stripping Salesman Zack Wilcox bares his soul -- and himself -- to Jill in an effort to secure a date with her, on Wipeout's season 7 episode, "Win a Date With Jill."
Contestant Theodore Chang reveals he's never been on a date or kissed a girl before, so Jill resolves to remedy the situation, on Wipeout's season 7 episode, "Win a Date With Jill."
Many suitors have come before, but they've found love to be downright dangerous to their health. Nature's Janitor Joe Woods shows them how it's done, on Wipeout's season 7 episode, "Win a Date With Jill."
Not bad, fellas. Hottie Courtney Turner is a big fan of the two Johns -- the first time a Hottie has ever picked them, they say, on Wipeout's season 7 episode, "Hotties vs Nerds 4.0."
Hottie Courtney Turner crushes the hopes of all Nerds (again, most likely).
Retired Child Model Nick Santo gets some payback in the Wipeout Zone as he absolutely demolishes the course and secures himself a spot in the Tournament of Champions -- and a date with Jill, on Wipeout's season 7 episode, "Win a Date With Jill."
Federal officials have capped how much someone can be fined as part of the Affordable Care Act. Also, Amazon posted a loss of 126 million dollars in the last quarter. Jill Wagner reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
Jill lets The Alienator in on a little secret.
Social media giant Facebook more than doubled its profits in the last quarter, thanks to a huge jump in mobile advertising and 400 million new users. Also, General Motors is issuing six more recalls of over 700,000 vehicles, including more than 20 models in the U.S. Jill Wagner has today's top MoneyWatch headlines.
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