This show is about Canadian friends Kenny Hotz and Spenny Rice who compete against each other. Glory for the Winner, Humiliation for the Loser! The main characters of the show are: - Kenneth Joel Hotz (Kenny) and Spencer Nolan Rice (Spenny) who have been best friends since a very young age; Spenny is a stressed out, neurotic, short-fused adult-type who believes in preparation and hard work. He's responsible, often angry, introspective, paranoid and ethical, and Kenny is all the opposite to his friend, the best way to describe Kenny that he`s a witty wise-cracker, brilliant schemer, a goofball looking for a shortcut, he loves to humiliate Spenny and will do anything to win.
Formal wear, swimsuits, talent and personality will all be put to the test as one of the boys gets to wear the tiara. Taking the superficial route, Kenny makes himself as gorgeous as possible, while Spenny hopelessly learns to tap dance.Watch Now:Amazon
Just in time for your Christmas caroling, the first one to stop singing loses in this surprisingly grueling competition. Kenny explores various musical genres while creating a fictitious and hideously slanderous version of Spenny's family tree. Spenny decides to get motivated by singing for charity, trying to raise money to buy a piano for a community center.Watch Now:Amazon
It's Spenny's turn to pick a competition but Kenny has his own ideas of how things will progress. In this very rare behind-the-scenes episode, Kenny's megalomania materializes in the form of a Roman Emperor, while Spenny just wants to get on with it and do a simple sports competition.Watch Now:Amazon
The boys will be strapped to each other in the 69 position -- the first guy to unstrap himself loses. With almost zero mobility the crew gets bored with them and the competition takes some unexpected turns.Watch Now:Amazon
Kenny and Spenny get various psychiatric evaluations to see who is the sanest. Will Spenny’s paranoia and neurosis cost him victory, or will the head-shrinkers see thorough Kenny’s con-man ways giving Spenny victory?Watch Now:Amazon
Kenny and Spenny decide to have an arm wrestling competition. Terrified that Kenny will tamper with him, Spenny hires a security force and a trainer, while Kenny unveils his most unpredictable plot to date.
The guys each make a series of videos and must choose one to put online. The most popular video wins. Kenny, the more Internet savvy of the two, makes an eclectic series of shocking videos dealing with: 9/11, terrorists, pranks, and celebrity spoofs. Spenny, who thinks viral videos are generally idiotic, disregards his personal opinion and does everything in his power to defeat Kenny including consuming excrementWatch Now:Amazon
The guys head out to sea in a fishing competition. Spenny claims to be the better fisherman, but Kenny wants Spenny to be the catch of the day.
The boys hit the theater and attempt to see who can produce the better play.
The boys have their ballsiest battle yet competing to see who can beat the other one up using only their penises in the legendary cocktagon. Although Spenny lacks the size to compete effectively, he works it using martial art like techniques. Meanwhile, Kenny uses explosive robotic technology.
Kenny and Spenny each go on a date with the same gay man, who will decide whom he likes better. Spenny decides that he will do anything to win, while Kenny does everything in his power to make Spenny look like a scumbag.
Spenny tries to bring political consciousness to the superficial world of fashion, as Kenny finally gets his chance to create skimpy swimwear and get close to yummy hottie models.Watch Now:Amazon
Get your bagels, lox and cream cheese as Kenny and Spenny compete to see who the better Jew is. Kenny, who speaks Hebrew, thinks the competition will be a kosher cake-walk as Spenny, who was raised in a secular home, uses an orthodox rabbi to cram his Jewishness and make up for lost time.
Seven six year olds spend half the day with Kenny then half the day with Spenny. The kids decide which guy they like most. Kenny spoils them rotten, while Spenny takes them on a mysterious fantasy adventure.Watch Now:Amazon
The guys each spend a day with three physically disabled people and they vote for the guy they like best. Spenny, trying not to make his past mistake of being too serious, tempers the political aspects of his strategy by trying to show the handicapped a good time. Kenny, with a counter-intuitive strategy, does his best to be mean to his disabled guests.
Spenny, who doesn't know much about rap, uses the opportunity to put out an educational message through his music. Kenny uses Spenny's ignorance of rap music against him, rapping his way to the final showdown.Watch Now:Amazon
The guys wear chicken cages with live chickens on their heads in this most unusual endurance competition. Kenny's strategy precipitates arguments about who is smarter and the contest takes an academic turn that will ultimately decide the winner.
Taking the stage, the boys perform a theater piece judged by a professional. Kenny brings back the lost art of mime, while Spenny, using his embattled friendship with Kenny as inspiration, writes and acts a scene where he plays 1950’s down and out prize fighter.Watch Now:Amazon
The boys don g-strings and take to the poles to see who will make the better male stripper. Kenny’s devious plot makes his own Tarzan routine obsolete and puts Spenny’s stripping nerd character on the brink.Watch Now:Amazon
Whoever can take the most pain wins. Spenny, in order to get motivated, dedicates his performance to his late father, while Kenny becomes not only a competition participant but also the torturer.Watch Now:Amazon
Kenny, who knows he’s stronger, offers up his sister Miriam to compete in a bench press competition. Spenny takes the challenge not fully realizing that if he loses to Kenny’s sister, it will be the most humiliating defeat he’s ever suffered.Watch Now:Amazon
Kenny and Spenny do a series of fast paced mini-competitions. Spitting grapes, climbing stairs, standing on their head, rock/paper scissors, wrestling – and many more. One gets injured, the other wins.Watch Now:Amazon
Kenny has always been a much better cook than Spenny so he pledges to play by the rules. Spenny, knowing he’s screwed, goes against his moral code, and finally decides it’s time to cheat.Watch Now:Amazon
Dairy cows don’t like being mounted and they can run faster than most people. Will Kenny’s bag of dirty tricks help him to stay on his cow longer than Spenny? The boys risk life and limb and learn more than they ever wanted to know about cow dung.Watch Now:Amazon