Bert comes to town an amateur and leaves a conqueror.
Thrill-seeker Bert Kreischer takes viewers to the legendary events, competitions and adrenaline rushes that celebrate local culture. He experiences the most hilariously absurd, undeniably dangerous and hands-down insane challenges small-town America has to offer.
Whether Bert's attempting to walk across "The Greasy Pole" in Gloucester, MA, catfish noodlin’ in Knoxville, TN, or taking on Cedar Point’s "Fearsome Foursome" roller-coaster challenge in Sandusky, OH, he'll stop at nothing to showcase what the locals do for fun.
Best known as a comedian, Bert travels the country meeting the passionate people who participate in these backyard adventures, experiencing the annual traditions that rally small towns and screaming his lungs out on thrill rides across the country.
Get ready to laugh.
Bert travels to Utah to ride a Wicked Rollercoaster, become a human slingshot, and fly in a harness up to 143 feet in the sky.
Bert goes to Sandusky, Ohio to spend a day in the Cedar Point Amusement Park in order to go up against the challenge of riding 4 of the world's tallest and fastest rides in less than 1 hour.
Bert spends the day at the Stratosphere Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and at Bootleg Canyon Flightlines in Boulder City, NV.
Bert travels to New Hampshire where he goes to Canobie Lake Park to have a try at power-kiting and the Mount Sunapee Slush Cup.
Bert flies to Tennessee to visit Dollywood to have a try at catfish grabbling in the Tennessee River and Smokey Mountain Speedpark's SkyScraper.
Bert heads to the Sunshine State to have a ride on 2 roller coasters and competes in a belly-flop competition.
Bert heads to the Wisconsin Dells to experience the world's largest unattached free-fall ride and some of America’s biggest and best waterslides.
Bert experiences 2 uphill water roller coasters, competes in a muddy drag race and joins a blobbing contest in Texas.
Bert tackles insane thrill rides Bizarro and Catapult at Six Flags New England, then heads to Gloucester to compete in a greasy-pole contest.