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Sunday, July 8, 2012 - G4 Network 9:00 PM American Ninja Warrior - The finals begin as 100 competitors take on Stage 1 of the World’s Most Difficult Obstacle Course. 10:00 PM American Ninja Warrior - The finals begin as 100 competitors take on Stage 1 of the World’s Most Difficult Obstacle Course. 11:00 PM American Ninja Warrior - The finals begin as 100 competitors take on Stage 1 of the World’s Most Difficult Obstacle Course. www.g4tv.com/schedule/index.html?datetime=07/08/2012%2021:00%20PM
This is part 1 of the Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is actually the last of the new G4 episodes as the rest of the couple of weeks will be NBC only. This show is 3 hours long on G4. I'll create a thread for the Monday, NBC Finals. Please keep G4's presentation of Finals Stage 1 on this thread only. Don't bring up other regionals into discussion here. Keep that on those threads.
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Last Edit: Jul 3, 2012 15:51:31 GMT -5 by arsenette
Well, at least the water's clean. Or maybe at Midoriyama they pump relatively fine water into pits of dirt which turn to mud... I wonder why they bothered covering them up with tarp back in SASUKE 4?
It's probably the latter, putting water into dirt pits. As for the tarp thing you realize those gradually faded out, Sasuke 2 had tarps in the pits under every obstacle (aside from obstacles that had padding like the Spider Walk or the Pole Bridge), gradually they started having some obstacles without tarps over the water pits since the pools required were getting so big, later on you'll notice some how only select obstacles had tarps, and eventually they just faded out, at this point it wouldn't be cost effective or practical to have them under every obstacle, I'm sure the only reason ANW did it was because of lawyers... not wanting to get in trouble over unsafe waters (It's america, you know someone would claim they got sick from the mud pit or something)