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Encyclopedia > Stunts performed in Jackass Number Two

This is a listing of stunts and skits performed for the film Jackass Number Two. Because of the dangerous nature of most of these stunts, there is a warning at the beginning of the film not to perform any of the stunts seen here. Jackass Number Two is the sequel to the 2002 comedy film, Jackass: The Movie, itself based upon by its MTV series. ...

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.



The film opens with the sound of "The Ecstasy of Gold" from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly score by Ennio Morricone and the cast members running through a cloud of dust in a slow western style, returning in the blaze of glory for what could be their final adventure. Behind them is revealed to be a group of large bulls chasing them through an abandoned neighborhood. The men, one by one, are taken down by the stampede, until only Johnny Knoxville and Bam Margera are left, and are chased through a house. Bam jumps through a window, and Johnny stops in his tracks to deliver his signature line, “Hi, I’m Johnny Knoxville, welcome to Jackass!”, and is pushed through a window by several bulls, and the title comes to screen Jackass Number Two. They shot that stunt, of Johnny getting pushed through the window, three times. The Ecstasy of Gold is the title of a song written by Ennio Morricone for the Clint Eastwood film The good, the bad and the ugly (1966). ... The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo) is a 1966 Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood (the Good), Lee van Cleef (the Bad), and Eli Wallach (the Ugly). ... Ennio Morricone (born November 10, 1928; sometimes also credited as Dan Savio or Leo Nichols) is an Italian composer especially noted for his film scores. ... Johnny Knoxville (born Philip John Clapp on March 11, 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee) is an American comic actor and daredevil. ... Brandon Cole Bam Margera (born September 28, 1979 in West Chester, Pennsylvania) is a professional skateboarder, creator of the CKY skate/prank/stunt videos, and radio personality. ...

Puppet Show

Chris Pontius is wearing only a pair of underwear, and his penis is covered in cloth with a mouse's face drawn on the tip. Knoxville has a string attached to the disguised penis. The skit starts as a puppet show with a snake (probably a tree boa) in a cage. Johnny moves Chris' penis around and the snake misses. They attempt to try it again and the snake attacks at Chris' penis and does not miss. Chris screams in fear. In the end of the skit, the camera pans out behind Chris, showing his penis leaving the cage with the snake still holding on to it. Chris Pontius has been married to Claire Nolan since October 2004. ... The penis (plural penises, penes) is an external male sexual organ. ... Species Corallus annulatus Corallus caninus Corallus cookii Corallus cropanii Corallus grenadensis Corallus hortulanus Corallus ruschenbergerii While there are numerous arboreal boas, tree boa most oftens refers to the genus Corallus. ...

The Valentine

While staying at a hotel, many cast members are tricked into thinking that two female fans have left a fan letter on the wall in their hallway. What they do not know is that behind the card is a hole in the wall, and a pneumatic-powered boxing glove controlled by Knoxville. As they continue reading the text gets smaller and they lean in further at which point they are hit in the face by a boxing glove on a pneumatic spring. Bam places a chair right below the "fan letter" before showing it to Wee Man, which adds to the hilarity of the prank, because he doesn't find it fishy that there is a chair in a hotel hallway. Jason Acuna a. ...

Preston Lacy also gets it, as seen during a deleted scene on the DVD, after giving a dramatic reading of the note.

The note says:

Hi Jackass guys, I heard you were staying in this hotel. My name is Stephanie and me and my friends love you. Some of you actually hooked up with my sister 4 years ago. I don't care about that. Me and my friends will totally rock your world, we want to fuck you all.

The note is heart-shaped and also features a crudely drawn vagina.

Firehose Rodeo

In this skit, Dave England is on a fire hose suspended from a crane with only wearing a shirt, hat and pants with no underwear. They turn on the fire hose on full speed, which causes the hose to spin out-of-control. He manages to hold on for a while but flies off. While flying off the hose the cactii around the hose make his buttocks bleed and causes him to cry. Johnny Knoxville then comments "We have rectal bleeding . . . another first for Jackass." In the Unrated trailer for the movie, we see that England has liquid (known as Type 7) diarrhea when the camera zooms in. Dave England, (born December 30, 1969 in Ventura, California) has appeared on the MTV series Jackass, Jackass: The Movie and Jackass: Number Two. ... Categories: Stub | Firefighting ... Types 5-7 on the Bristol Stool Chart are often associated with diarrhea Diarrhea (in American English) or diarrhoea (in British English) is a generally unpleasant condition in which the sufferer has frequent watery, loose bowel movements (from the ancient Greek word διαρροή = leakage; literally meaning to run through). Acute infectious...

Chubby Chaser India

This sketch references and is an extension of a similar sketch from the television show. In India, Preston Lacy chases Wee Man, both scantily clad in only underwear, down a street. Onlookers noticed, but unlike when the sketch was performed in LA, quickly returned to their normal business. The extended punchline, which brings the recurring sketch full circle, occurs when Lacy comes running back around the corner, pursued by Wee Man and a group of more than 30 little people armed with sticks and other makeshift weapons. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

Bicentennial BMXing

Ryan Dunn and Johnny Knoxville are on penny-farthing bicycles in a parking lot. They both go around a couple times to get the feel of it, and both get annoyed wondering why people used to ride them. Johnny hits a snow bank and flies off his bicycle face-first, hitting his head on the asphalt. Dunn sarcastically remarks "You didn't land it." Knoxville responds by saying, "My head stopped my body from getting really hurt on that." This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... The penny-farthing is an early model of bicycle, produced in England in 1870. ...

The Strongman

Bam is set to be on the top of a hammer strength test where the weight is destined to hit him in the testicles. Instead, Bam tells the camera, instead of using a weight hitting his testicles, that they should use a dildo to make it go up his anus. Then the scene fades and a strongman (played by Chris Pontius) hits the strong meter after asking "Is it wrong to be Strong? You be the judge..." and the dildo goes up but glances off of his butt cheek. A 7-inch silicone dildo A dildo (or dildoe, a rare alternate spelling) is a sex toy, often explicitly phallic in appearance, intended for bodily interaction during masturbation or sexual intercourse. ...


Spike Jonze is dressed up as an elderly woman named Gloria. The first part of the Gloria stunt is when Spike, dressed up as the woman, stops off at an outdoor restaurant driven by Johnny Knoxville. Her dress gets caught in the car door and is ripped off as the car leaves revealing her fake, saggy breasts and an adult diaper. The second stunt includes Spike going around L.A. talking to salesmen. After the two parties have conversed, the old lady's shirt drops, revealing fake, drooping breasts. Spike Jonze (born Adam Spiegel on October 22, 1969), is an American director of offbeat music videos and commercials, and an Academy Award-nominated director and producer in film and television, most notably the 1999 black comedy film Being John Malkovich and the 2002 film Adaptation. ...

The Mini-Loop

Ehren McGhehey and Thor Drake take turns on a small mini-bike and attempt to go through the loop with the mini-bike. Ehren fails to get through the loop, and instead gets hard impact after crashing, meanwhile Thor successfully makes it through the loop after a couple of tries; both men eventually succeed. Ehren McGhehey (born November 29, 1976 in McMinnville, Oregon) appeared on the MTV show Jackass. ... An old style minibike A minibike is a small motorcycle, usually for offroad use. ...

This stunt is a possible reference to an episode of The Simpsons, in which Krusty the Clown refuses to let anyone graduate his clown college unless they can perform this stunt while riding a little bicycle. Simpsons redirects here. ... Herschel Pinkus Yerucham Krustofski, more commonly known as Krusty the Clown is a fictional character in the cartoon The Simpsons. ...

The Brand

The stunt begins at "some random-ass ranch" (Bam's words) where Johnny Knoxville and Ryan Dunn are about to brand Bam Margera in his buttocks, like a cow using a metal cookie-cutter shaped like a penis and testicles. Dunn heats the cutter with a propane torch and asks Bam if he is ready. Bam shouts to just do it and Dunn complies, causing Bam to flinch and move. The brand ends up leaving multiple penis shaped brands in Bam's flesh (Bam would call it a "hologram dick") due to his moving around. Branding irons Livestock branding is any technique for marking livestock so as to identify the owner. ... Cookies with cookie cutters in the background A cookie cutter is a tool to stamp out cookie dough in a particular shape. ... A propane torch is a tool for burning the flammable gas propane. ... This article is about the photographic technique. ...

Three days later, Bam and Dunn decide to show Bam's parents, Phil and April Margera. When the brand is revealed, the scar appears to have evolved into multiple third-degree burns. April becomes terrified, worried that the scar is infected and that her son will forever have a penis scarred into his buttocks. Phil comments that Bam should have made the penis bigger and more realistic. Bam blamed "Dick Farm Dunn" for his inaccuracy. Phil in the movie CKY2K Philip Ron Phil Margera (born July 13, 1957 in Concordville, Pennsylvania, United States) is the father of Bam and Jess Margera and younger brother of Vincent Don Vito Margera. ... April Margera (born March 28, 1956 in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, United States) aka Ape to fans of MTVs Viva La Bam, Jackass, and the CKY Trilogy. ... It has been suggested that Cold burn be merged into this article or section. ...

April turns her wrath on Dunn, asking him why he would do that to his friend. Dunn answers, "because it was funny."

This stunt was also done by Steve-O, but his brand is smaller and was not being heated by a propane torch. This skit (with Steve-O) was filmed for the TV Show, but was never shown on MTV. But it is on the Special Features of the Unrated version of Jackass: The Movie. Steve-Os mug shot. ...

Lake Jump

Pontius and Knoxville are with Mat Hoffman and Mark Zupan at a lake. They attach makeshift rockets made out of fire extinguishers to Matt's bike and Mark's wheelchair. The fire extinguishers are tied to a post so that when Knoxville reaches a certain distance, the tanks will be triggered and propel him forward. Despite knowing how far he will have to go, Knoxville is caught by surprise and flips off the end of the dock, splashing into the lake while the bike is launched into the air. Mark is next, riding in his wheelchair. His rockets start at the press of a button in contrast to Knoxville's string trigger. The rockets fire and Mark goes flying into the lake. Matt Hoffman also tries to get to the other side of the lake but is nowhere close to making it. The scene is also continued later on in the movie before the Anaconda Ball Pit with Ryan Dunn using a shopping cart. Mat Hoffman(center) Mathew T. Hoffman (born January 9, 1972 in Edmond, Oklahoma, USA) is considered one of the best vert ramp riders in the history of the sport of BMX. Hoffman, whose preferred name was Matt before he dropped one of the ts, is nicknamed The Condor and... Zupan in the documentary film Murderball. ... Fire extinguisher A fire extinguisher is a device used to put out a fire, often in an emergency situation. ...

The Fish Hook

Pontius and Steve-O are at the Gulf of Mexico. Steve-O pierces his cheek in pain with a shark-hook with some help from Pontius. Then, with a fishing rod, Pontius throws Steve-O into the sea, which is filled with Hammerhead sharks. A few minutes later, a Mako shark comes close to Steve-O; he is terrified and asks the guys to pull him back in but they say no. Another Mako shark swims close by and Steve-O accidentally kicks it in the head. It proves to be too much for Steve-O, who swims as fast as he is able back to the safety of the boat. This stunt was considered extremely dangerous even for the Jackass crew and if anything had gone wrong, it could have resulted in Steve-O's death. Gulf of Mexico in 3D perspective. ... Species See text. ...

Bam Velcro Truck

A velcro wall is attached to the side of a moving truck, and Bam Margera jumps onto it using a skateboard and Velcro suit. In the credits, a few of the members take a shot of them, jumping off a trampoline, all of them made it except for one. In the commentary, Johnny Knoxville claims to be the one who didn't make it. Velcro: hooks (left) and loops (right). ... Brandon Cole Bam Margera (born September 28, 1979 in West Chester, Pennsylvania) is a professional skateboarder, creator of the CKY skate/prank/stunt videos, and radio personality. ...

The Electric Stool

Wee Man sits naked on a stool while the professional card throwing expert, Jim Karol, is supposed to whip cards at his little rear end. The first few times no cards were thrown but the last two times the professional card thrower did throw cards at Wee Man's rear end. Little does Wee Man know that the stool he is sitting on is electrified. After a few cards are thrown, Wee Man comments that, when the cards connect with his rear end, he feels a jolting pain. Then Wee Man sits on the stool and feels the same pain while also seeing that the expert is not throwing cards. He then suspects that there's a "card-throwing machine" somewhere in the room. Everyone laughs hysterically at this which finally gets Wee Man to realize that the stool was rigged. Steve-O says that he'd never use a card throwing machine on him.

Yak Charge

Johnny Knoxville is blindfolded and gets hit by a yak. This idea was from a Tom & Jerry episode where a bull hit Tom. Knoxville said that the original plan was a buffalo to hit him, but prior to this stunt being filmed, the buffalo died, so they replaced it with a yak. Binomial name Bos grunniens Linnaeus, 1766 Subspecies Bos grunniens grunniens Bos grunniens mutus The yak (Bos grunniens) is a long-haired humped domestic bovine found in Tibet and throughout the Himalayan region of south central Asia, as well as in Mongolia. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...

At the end of the skit, Margera remarked, "That couldn't have gone any better. I didn't know Knoxville could do back flips." Knoxville, however, flipped forward.

The Bungee Jump

Preston Lacy stands on the edge of a Miami bridge (over Biscayne Bay) with a bungee tether tied around his waist. On the other end of the bungee tether is Wee Man. Wee Man does the bungee jump and Lacy supports his full weight for a short time. In the commentary version, it is revealed that Lacy is afraid of heights thus his shaking. Lacy is knocked off balance and falls stomach-first 30 feet down in the water, pulling Wee Man down with him. Jason Taylor, Pro Bowl defensive end of the Miami Dolphins is also there watching. In this scene, it is revealed that when Bam Margera comes up with a skit idea, he doesn't write it down, but instead draws it and faxes it to the producers. This article is about the city in Florida. ... Biscayne Bay separates Miami on the mainland from Miami Beach on the barrier islands of the Atlantic Ocean coast of Florida. ... Jason Taylor may refer to: Jason Taylor (American football player) (born 1974) Jason Taylor (rugby league footballer) Jason Taylor (Australian rules footballer) (born 1968) Jason Torrell Taylor (Rapper A.K.A. The Game) This human name article is a disambiguation page — a list of pages that might otherwise share the... Brandon Cole Bam Margera (born September 28, 1979 in West Chester, Pennsylvania) is a professional skateboarder, creator of the CKY skate/prank/stunt videos, and radio personality. ...

Bad Grandpa

Knoxville, dressed in old-man makeup similar to the first movie, takes his young "grandson" to a small outdoor diner in Los Angeles. The grandson then smokes and seems to drink hard liquor. When some nearby onlookers comment on the situation, both the disguised Knoxville and actor grandson tell the onlookers to "piss off." They then leave while tormenting a patron, who threatens them a few times and says to them, "that long hair ain't gonna cover that red neck, boy!"

Indoor Ski Slope

Bam and the guys are at his old house (which was in season one of Viva La Bam now owned by April and Phil) and Bam shows April that there's a slope of snow down the stairs where Brandon Novak goes down the slope in skis, crashing through the front door screen (incidentally, just before April asks, "What about my floor?"). In the credits, Phil slides down the staircase on a sled and charges into Dunn, causing him to fall to the ground. Viva La Bam was a spin-off from MTVs Jackass series which starred Bam Margera and his crew. Each episode would have a theme, mission or challenge which would normally be accomplished by performing pranks, skateboarding and enlisting the help of friends, relatives and experts. ... Brandon Novak (b. ...

Construction of the slope can be seen in a deleted scene on the DVD called "The Snowcase." Knoxville fails to control the hose spraying fake snow into the house, while Dunn solemnly remarks, "April's going to murder us." When it's finished, and while April looks on, Knoxville, Steve-O, Dunn and Bam (on a skateboard modified for use on snow) slide down, crashing and burning. April reluctantly goes down on a plastic sled, running over Knoxville and sending both of them outside. When she asks how Knoxville was able to keep his glasses on despite getting run over, he replies, "Because I get paid to do that. I am a professional!" This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... April Margera (born March 28, 1956 in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, United States) aka Ape to fans of MTVs Viva La Bam, Jackass, and the CKY Trilogy. ...

Beehive Limo

Ryan Dunn, Steve-O, Wee-Man and Dave England are in a limo, driving to what they believe is a photo shoot. Bam and Knoxville then reveal to the audience, however, that they are actually planning to fill the limo with bees through the sunroof. While in the limo, Dave England comments that he "really has to take a shit," while Wee Man comments something along the lines of "In the last movie you went in a Van, now you are doing it in a limo. You're stepping up." Then when Bam and Knoxville put the bees into the limo the crew cannot get out because the locks are rigged, and while they are fighting off the bees inside the car, Knoxville pours a large sack of marbles onto the ground next to the limo's door (which is opened from the outside after the crew in the limo seemingly endure enough pain). Dave England runs to the camera crew, and runs back. Dunn is the first to get out, and slips on the marbles after he steps out. He is then followed by Dave, then Wee Man, then Steve-O and finally Rick Kosick decides to go out from the door where the other guys went out instead of the camera crew. Dave England actually urinates in his pants due to his fear. It also shows the limo driver flailing his arms, due to him being stung as well. A limousine (or limo) is an unusually long luxury car, traditionally black or white in color. ... Families Andrenidae Anthophoridae Apidae Colletidae Ctenoplectridae Halictidae Heterogynaidae Megachilidae Melittidae Oxaeidae Sphecidae Stenotritidae This article is about the insect. ... Dave England, (born December 30, 1969 in Ventura, California) has appeared on the MTV series Jackass, Jackass: The Movie and Jackass: Number Two. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

Rake Jump & Dave Eats Shit

The crew is with Three Six Mafia. Steve-O goes to a rake and jumps on it, causing the handle to hit him in the face with tremendous force. The screen fades and goes to Dave England and the Three Six Mafia. Juicy J will give England $200 if he eats horse shit without vomiting. England is somehow able to not vomit or spit it out, despite the fact that Bam intentionally vomits in front of him, and finishes it off with a drink of beer, specifically, a Miller High Life. The beer also happened to be warm, which is mentioned in the commentary. Originally called Backyard Posse, Triple 6 Mafia were a group of US rap musicians from Memphis, TN. The group had many members (including Gangsta Blac, Gangsta Boo, Lord Infamous, Koopsta Knicca & chief producers Juicy J and DJ Paul) and are best known for their gruesome lyrics, extolling drugs, pornography, and... Juicy J (born Jordan Michael Houston in 1977) is one of the producers of Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia and collective Hypnotize Minds. ...

Naked Wee Man

Wee Man, who is naked and apparently drunk, walks through a hotel meeting room, with a meeting in session. In "The Making-Of" special, we find out that Wee-Man also walks into a hotel bar naked, buying a beer. Jason Acuna a. ...

Riot Control Test

A Stingmore anti-riot mine filled with many hard-rubber balls is fired at 500 feet/second at Knoxville, Bam, and Dunn, who are approximately 30 feet away from it. Originally, England was supposed to be a part of this skit, instead of Johnny Knoxville. After seeing a test of the mine, England refused to do the sketch. Knoxville runs outside to Bam and Dunn who are skeptical about the stunt and says, "It's just loud. It's loud. It's going to hurt really bad, but it's just loud." The only person to remain standing is Knoxville, while Dunn curses to relieve his pain and Bam is shown crying that he's supposed to ride a skateboard, not get shot at. This scene was filmed at ALS Technologies in Bull Shoals, Arkansas, which was the same company shown in Riot Control Test in the first Jackass Movie. Bull Shoals is a city located in Marion County, Arkansas. ...

Medicine Ball Dodgeball

The scene opens up to Bam saying that the guys are going to be playing dodgeball with medicine balls, which are considerably heavy. As a test of the weight of these balls, Bam drops one onto a full beer can, causing the can to violently explode and flatten. The game starts, but they are playing with the lights off which makes it rather dangerous. Despite the name of the skit, the actions seen actually bear very little resemblance to the game of dodgeball. The players, who do not appear to be members of any distinct teams, simply throw the balls at anyone around them. Due to the darkness, the players are constantly tripping over one another, and several crew members appear to get hit in the head by the medicine balls. At the end of the skit, Chris says "That was fun. Let's never do that again," then proceeds with the guys throwing the remaining balls at Ehren. This article is about the sport. ... A medicine ball is a heavy ball, roughly the size of a volleyball. ...

Shopping Cart Slingshot

The scene opens to a shopping cart flying out of a garage at a high speed. Everyone is amazed except for April, who gets scared. Dunn attempts to use the shopping cart slingshot. Right before the cart launches Bam closes the door so Dunn rams into the gate at high force, and then denies ever doing it.

Before Bam launched the garage door down, he asks "What rhymes with Dunn?" then Novak replies "Fun." And when Bam asks if he's ready, Dunn says, "No."

In the DVD release of "Jackass Number Two" this skit is called the "Mushroom Launch."

The Magic Trick

Director John Waters says he is going to make Wee Man disappear. As he lays on bed, an extremely obese woman wearing only a G-string jumps on top of Wee Man. John W is the name of several prominent men: John Waters (columnist), an Irish columnist John S. Waters (1893-1965), an American filmmaker who directed films from 1916 until 1958 John K. Waters (1906-1989), former U.S. General, prisoner of war, and son-in-law of George S. Patton... Obesity is an excess storage of fat and can affect any mammal, such as the mouse on the left. ... See Thong for other meanings. ...

The camera moves around to reveal that only Wee Man's feet are not under the huge woman and that he is wearing a pair of ruby slippers, similar to Dorothy in Wizard of Oz. This is a reference to the witch being crushed under Dorothy's house, leaving only her shoes behind. This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...

In the credits, a naked Preston Lacy climbs on top of Wee Man and steals his underwear and proceeds to run off with them.

The Gauntlet

The guys are at the Skatelab Skatepark in California with Mat Hoffman and Tony Hawk. The goal of this stunt is to make it across the ramp without getting hit by forty pound sandbags which are thrown by the cast and crew. The only person to make it across without getting hit is a crewman and former Jackass TV show cast member Mike Kassak. Dave England uses duct tape to blindfold Kassak before he miraculously makes it through the gauntlet on a skateboard. While many viewers initially stated that a crew member could be seen holding back a bag that probably would have hit Kassak, Elyashkevich revealed in the commentary that this person was actually trying to put the bag in Kassak's way. However, Kassak unwittingly made a slight turn while skating, causing him to avoid the bag. Skatelab is a skatepark and museum in Simi Valley, CA. The Museum inside Skatelab is home to the skateboarding hall of fame, with over 25,000 visitors each year. ... Tony Hawk This article is about the American skateboarder. ... An editor has expressed a concern that the subject of the article does not satisfy the notability guideline or one of the following guidelines for inclusion on Wikipedia: Biographies, Books, Companies, Fiction, Music, Neologisms, Numbers, Web content, or several proposals for new guidelines. ...

Even though he was there, Tony Hawk did not particpate in "The Gauntlet" because last time they almost killed him.

Tiny Toilet

The camera fades in on a pristine bathroom. Suddenly, abnormally large feces fall from the sky and land on the toilet, covering it and dwarfing everything else in the room. The camera pulls back to reveal the house was simply a model and England is squatting over it, defecating. In the credits, Lance Bangs begins to vomit into a sink, followed by Bam Margera (though Bam did it intentionally to taunt Bangs). Throughout the movie Bam intentionally vomits as other people are preparing to vomit, in order to make them vomit faster. Feces, faeces, or fæces (see spelling differences) In humans, defecation may occur (depending on the individual and the circumstances) from once every two or three days to several times a day. ... Fred Armisen (left) with Lance Bangs Lance Bangs (born September 4, 1972 in Sacramento, California) is a documentary filmmaker and music video director, who has created videos for Sonic Youth, Nirvana, Green Day, the Arcade Fire, the Shins, Belle & Sebastian, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, R.E.M., Mike Watt, Death Cab...

The Toro Totter

Knoxville, Pontius, Bam, and Dunn sit in a rodeo arena on a "Toro-Totter" (a four-way teeter totter) wearing pinwheel caps and holding large lollipops (symbolizing that it is just a child's game). A bull is released and they must jump in the air to avoid it. The object of the game is to be the last man on the "Toro-Totter." Dunn is the first to jump, and he is charged by the bull and in an attempt to get away, runs head-first into a wall. This leaves Bam without a partner and he is the next to jump off, though he was not knocked off by the bull and rather runs out of the pen. Knoxville and Pontius (the winning team) are now left by themselves and Pontius is the next to run, also getting away unharmed. Knoxville, however, now by himself, is hit head on by the bull and attempts to climb up the Toro-Totter, but is knocked off and hit one more time before running out of the area, relatively unharmed. A seesaw (also known as a teeter-totter) is a long, narrow board suspended in the middle so that, as one end goes up, the other goes down. ...

Keep God Out of California

The camera fades into a California sidewalk that is currently under construction. Suddenly, from under the sidewalk, Chris Pontius gets blown into the air, landing head first to the pavement. He stands up, dressed in a devil suit, carrying a sign that says "Keep God Out of California."

This skit idea was used in a Jackass episode aired on MTV, however it was just Pontius walking around with the sign. Pontius said the re-created skit failed because of the unexpected landing.

Butt Chug

The scene opens to Steve-O apologizing to his father, saying that "no one would want to miss this for the world." Steve-O puts the receiving end of a beer funnel into his rectum while a 12-oz. beer is poured in the funnel. He is able to take in the entire amount of beer by moving his body around. Lance Bangs (the movie's documentarian) starts laughing uncontrollably at what Steve-O just did. After Steve-O is unable to get all of the beer out of his colon, Bam uses a plunger on Steve-O to remove the remaining liquid (much to the crew's amazement). The scene closes with Steve-O saying "Let's go to the bar!" Everyone jumps, as Steve-O has just swung the beer funnel around during his exclamation. In the deleted scenes, Steve-O 'puts' some of the liquid into a glass and promptly chugs it, which results in him vomiting. Fred Armisen (left) with Lance Bangs Lance Bangs (born September 4, 1972 in Sacramento, California) is a documentary filmmaker and music video director, who has created videos for Sonic Youth, Nirvana, Green Day, the Arcade Fire, the Shins, Belle & Sebastian, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, R.E.M., Mike Watt, Death Cab...

This is very similar to a stunt performed by the Dirty Sanchez crew years before in which beer was poured into Matthew Pritchard's anus using a funnel and then poured out of Pritchard's colon into a glass with Dan Joyce drinking the liquid immediately after. The Dirty Sanchez lads. ...

Bam Roof Slam

Bam Margera, dressed as a turkey, rides his skateboard on a slanted roof. He rides along the highest part of the roof, drops down about a foot to a second sloped roof, and finally reaches the end, dropping about 8 feet to the ground. On impact, he rolls over and yells "Oww fuck!" and the screen fades to black.

Rocket Cart

Ryan Dunn is in a shopping cart outfitted with rockets. Similar to the earlier skit, Lake Jump, he is launched into the sea, sending him into a flip and tossing him out of the cart head first into the water.

Anaconda Ball Pit

Knoxville, Dunn and Wee Man climb in a child's playplace ball crawl area, where two large anacondas are released. After announcing the skit, Wee Man punches Knoxville right in his crotch. Doubled over, he states, "I have on a cup and that still hurt!" He then whips his leg forward and slams the heel of his shoe into Wee Man's crotch. Species 4, see article. ...

With no clear objective, Knoxville simply tries to catch the head of one anaconda and hold it steady. He is unable to control the anaconda's head, though, and the dangerous snake whips its jaw around and bites Knoxville's arms eight times, as Dunn is almost crushed by the snake's coils. Knoxville's arm is completely bloodied by the end of the stunt when Dunn gets bitten on the leg and scampers out, at which point Knoxville points out that they forgot there was another snake in the pit.

Also, Chris Pontius mentions they should be careful because the same kind of snake almost killed J-Lo and Ice Cube in Anaconda. Manny Puig, a wild animal expert who frequently appeared in the show "Wildboyz" with Chris Pontius and Steve-O, remarked that an anaconda could kill a grown man within minutes, Wee Man probably 30 seconds. J. Lo redirects here. ... Ice Cube (born OShea Jackson on June 15, 1969 in South Central, Los Angeles, California) is a rapper, actor and film director. ... Anaconda (1997) is a thriller film. ...

Bam Drop In

Bam goes down a ramp and rides towards the camera into a sheet of Plexiglas. Structure of PMMA: (C5O2H8)n Structure of methyl methacrylate Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) or polymethyl-2-methylpropanoate is the synthetic polymer of methyl methacrylate. ...

The Ice Horse

Knoxville, Dunn and Brandon DiCamillo are on a hillside with two ice horses. It appears the horses were meant to be ridden down the hill, though this was never featured in the film. The crew members tell Dunn to place his scrotum on one of the horses, with the intent of getting it stuck. Dunn complies, (first wetting his scrotum with water from a water bottle to make it stick) and he becomes firmly attached to the ice horse. The stunt finishes when Knoxville pushes him off the horse, ripping off some of Dunn's pubic hair and leaving some of Dunn's feces. Dunn's only remark to Knoxville was "What an ass!." Brandon Ralph DiCamillo (born November 15, 1976 in West Chester, Pennsylvania) is a founding member of the CKY Crew and has risen to fame through appearances in the CKY video series and MTVs Jackass, Viva La Bam and Bams Unholy Union. ...

The Swamp Chute

Wee Man gets blown away with a parachute after being blown by an airboat at full speed. The Apollo 15 capsule landed safely despite a parachute failure. ... Airboat. ...

After Wee Man is asked if he is ok. He replies "What? I can't hear, kind of"

How to Milk a Horse

The scene opens with Knoxville, Steve-O and Pontius with a farmer at a ranch. They tell the audience how to "milk the horse," or obtain semen from it. They do so by mounting a stallion on a female horse, but redirecting the stallion's penis into a synthetic horse vagina, causing the horse to ejaculate into a jar at the end of it. After collecting the semen in a jar, Chris Pontius asks if it is safe to drink and then offers to do so. Horse semen being collected for breeding purposes. ...

The actual ingestion of the semen was censored (with a black bar) to preserve the film's R rating, as leaving the scene uncensored would have given the film an NC-17 rating due to "pornographic" content. The ingestion is actually shown on the Unrated version. The MPAA film rating system is a system used in the United States and instituted by the Motion Picture Association of America to rate a movie based on its content. ...

While Pontius himself doesn't vomit (though he comes close) Steve-O vomits just from witnessing the stunt. Knoxville also gags, stating in a quivering voice that "I never puke ever, and I really almost puked then." In the credits, Rick Kosick gets sick and Knoxville throws what's left of the semen at him. This also happened to Rick before during the TV show in the "Spermathon" stunt, where Knoxville throws semen (actually water and lotion) at Kosick. Also reminiscient of the Spermathon sketch was Pontius's exclamation of "SUCCESS!!!" after ejaculation of the horse.

Pontius shakes his head after the stunt and genuinely says, "I'm completely ashamed of myself."

Karate Chop

Ryan Dunn starts out holding a piece of wood in outstreached arms. Bam lines up and punches the wood, breaking it and sending his fist through to hit Dunn in the face. Then Pontius wants a shot at the stunt, saying he thinks he can punch through two boards. Dunn figures this is probably safer for him, so he holds the boards again, bracing himself in case Pontius actually can break the boards. Pontius does some deep breathing and whips his foot around to kick Dunn in the testicles instead.

The Big Tire Race

Dave and Ehren go down a steep hill curled inside giant tractor tires. One of the best shots of this segment is when Dave's tire-cam cuts loose and hits him in the head. Both make it to the bottom and complain about the pain the ride has caused them. As Ryan Dunn tries to pull Ehren from the tire, Bam proceeds to give him an "Ass Face" by sitting pantless on Ehren's face, while Dave repeatedly punches Ehren in the testicles.

The Leech Healer

A leech is applied to Steve-O's eye to extract blood. As Steve-O is yelling in horror, Knoxville repeatedly tells him not to blink so that the camera can get a good shot. At the end Steve-O says, "I just had a leech chomp my eyeball. YES." In the Unrated version, we find out that before Steve-O did the stunt, Johnny Knoxville gets Dave England to put one on his testicle, making it more painful.

Wind Tunnel

Bam is set up in a "wind tunnel" made in a horse trailer, thinking that this is the only part of the skit. David Weathers, venomous snake expert, drops by with a surprise for Bam. Bam gets blown to the back of the trailer, where a gate is shut on him, and a devenomized King Cobra is placed in with him. Bam, who is terrified of snakes, attempts to escape, but not before crying from fright. Eventually Bam succeeds in getting out of the trailer by running to the other side of the enclosure and managing to jump over the gate. Once out, Chris Pontius holds Bam while David tries to get the cobra on him and ultimately chases the guys with the cobra in his hands. Bam then jumps on top of a large van, stating that he no longer trusts any of the other crew members. Shortly following this, Knoxville throws a rubber hose at Bam, causing him to panic and jump off the van and spill his beer. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

Roller Leapfrog

Two cast members are in a roller rink, one in a tiger suit (Dave England), the other in a frog suit (Wee Man). The cast member in the tiger suit skates at full speed and attempts to jump the frog suit. This fails and Dave's groin hits Wee Man in the face and both fall down. Note: this part was filmed at Skate Reflections in Kissimmee, Florida.

The Fart Mask

Steve-O puts on a helmet with the only incoming air coming from a long tube with a funnel on the end. The intention is for Preston Lacy to fart in the funnel and force Steve-O to breathe the fumes. Lacy ends up defecating in the funnel, causing Steve-O to vomit uncontrollably inside the helmet before taking it off when he can bear no more. Defecation or feceation (known colloquially as pooping or shitting) is the act of eliminating solid or semisolid waste material from the digestive tract. ...

The segment uses generic defecation sounds mixed with Lacy's because Lacy's defecation noises were too quiet.

Big Green Ball

Dave England jumps off a trailer using a big green ball to cushion his fall. Upon impact he is forced back up into the air, landing hard on the ground.

The Poof

Johnny Knoxville, dressed as an old man, has skateboarder Clyde Singleton put baby powder in his gluteal cleft, or "ass crack." Knoxville then farts in Jeff Tremaine's face just as he wakes up. Then Knoxville asks "did it go poof?" Johnny Knoxville (born Philip John Clapp on March 11, 1971 in Knoxville, Tennessee) is an American comic actor and daredevil. ... Talc block Talc is a mineral composed of hydrated magnesium silicate with the chemical formula H2Mg3(SiO3)4 or Mg3Si4O10(OH)2. ... The gluteal cleft is the groove or crack between the buttocks. ... Jeff Tremaine is an American film and television producer/director, and, along with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze, one of the creators of MTVs Jackass. ...

Old Man Balls

Once again, Knoxville dresses as an old man, this time with a plastic scrotum hanging out of his pants. He bends down in front of people and runs around with it. The gag ends with a dog licking his scrotum, prompting Knoxville to comment that he is reminded of his ex-wife.

The Switcheroo

Late at night, Phil Margera leaves his bedroom. Preston Lacy, dressed and made up to look almost like Phil, walks into the room and takes his place next to April Margera. Lacy then tries to make a move on April in the darkness, but she pushes him away repeatedly, apparently annoyed by being woken up and disturbed. April begins to sense something is amiss and becomes nervous. Then Lacy says "What?" in the darkness. April panics and falls off the bed, and when she manages to turn on the lamp near her bed, she finds Phil and the Jackass crew laughing at the situation.

Ding Dong

A jet-lagged Dave England walks up to the front gate of Johnny Knoxville's house, presses the door bell, looks into the security camera and gets hit by a cloud of dust and a large inflated balloon similar to an airbag, causing him to fall to the ground. Upon standing, England is dazed and confused, with no idea as to what had happened. This also happens again in the credits, with Ehren McGhehey. Other victims are Jeff Tremaine, Spike Jonze, Ryan Dunn and Steve-O (in a clown suit for Spike Jonze's birthday). An automobile airbag, like this one in a crashed SEAT Ibiza car, an airbag inflates and deflates within a fraction of a second (about 0. ...

Big Red Rocket

Knoxville (while wearing an Evel Knievel-style jumpsuit) hangs on to a gigantic rocket (in the style of Wile E. Coyote of Looney Tunes fame) while it shoots up a ramp and into the sky. It peaks at about 30-35 feet before plummeting in the water, with Knoxville on it. The first attempt misfires and Knoxville points out that some of the explosive material blew out of the side of the rocket, barely missing him. The background music to this piece is the "Dawn" section from Also Sprach Zarathustra which was featured in the film "2001: A Space Odyssey." Robert Craig Evel Knievel, Jr. ... Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote The Road Runner cartoons are a series of Looney Tunes cartoons created by Chuck Jones for Warner Brothers. ... Looney Tunes opening title Looney Tunes is a Warner Brothers animated cartoon series which ran in many movie theatres from 1930 to 1969. ... The cover for the first part of the first edition. ... A movie poster from the original release of 2001 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) is an immensely popular and influential science fiction film and book; the film directed by Stanley Kubrick and the book written by Arthur C. Clarke. ...

Terror Taxi

The scene opens with Preston describing what is going to happen. He tells the audience that Ehren is going to dress up as a terrorist, and he and Dimitry Elyashkevich are going to order a cab and play a prank on the taxi driver making him believe they're going to the airport to commit a terrorist act. The scene cuts to Ehren shaving his beard, then back to Preston stating that they're going to substitute the taxi driver with director Jay Chandrasekhar (who had directed Knoxville in The Dukes of Hazzard) and that Chandrasekhar is possibly going to beat Ehren up. The camera fades and goes back to a scene that happened two days prior to the stunt with the cast, crew and Ville Valo (the lead singer of the Finnish-rock Group HIM) contributing to Ehren's new beard, which is going to be made out of everyone's pubic hair (including the appearance of supposed crab lice, apparently courtesy of Mike Ellis, their cameramen). After make-up and going over the plan, they leave to do the skit. Dimitry Elyashkevich (ely-osh-kev-ich) (born February 23, 1975 in Minsk, Soviet Union; now Belarus) is the camera operator, cinematographer, producer and director of photography of MTVs Jackass. ... Jayant Jambulingam Chandrasekhar (born April 9, 1968 in Chicago, Illinois) is an actor, comedian, writer, and film director with the comedy team Broken Lizard. ... Promotional poster for The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard is a 2005 movie based on the American television sit-com The Dukes of Hazzard; it is scheduled for release on August 5. ... Ville Hermanni Valo ( ) (born November 22, 1976) is the vocalist, songwriter and frontman of the Finnish alternative rock band HIM. They have released five full length albums, and as of 2006, they are the first and only Finnish rock band to sell Gold in the United States. ... This article refers to the Finnish band. ... Pubic hair is hair in the frontal genital area, the crotch, and sometimes at the top of the inside of the legs; these areas form the pubic region. ... Crab lice (singular, louse), scientific name Phthirus pubis and commonly called crabs due to their resemblance to the crab, are one of three kinds of human lice in the large group of lice families, the others being head lice and body lice, which live in clothing. ...

Dimitry and Ehren move into the taxi cab. They tell the driver (Jay Chandrasekhar) that they're going to the airport. Jay asks them questions like "Where are you from?," "You have no luggage?" to which Ehren says, "none of your business" and "no, not where we're going." Then Ehren says how he doesn't like America except the countryside and the breasts. Ehren asks "What size is your wife's breasts?" and Jay says "Let's keep my wife out of this," and Ehren says "Very good." Ehren continues talking about breasts, and how he likes the D cup size. Ehren then spots an airplane, announcing in the cab saying that he's very very close to the airport, exclaiming "boom!." Jay fakes suspicion, asking "What does boom mean?" Motto: (Out Of Many, One) (traditional) In God We Trust (1956 to date) Anthem: The Star-Spangled Banner Capital Washington D.C. Largest city New York City None at federal level (English de facto) Government Federal constitutional republic  - President George Walker Bush (R)  - Vice President Dick Cheney (R) Independence from...

They pass the airport, and then Jay pretends to be furious and drives around to an empty lot. Jay starts beating Ehren up, who then shows the explosives but Jay moves outside, ordering Ehren and Dimitry out of the car. Ehren and Dimitry are forced from the cab at gunpoint and told to lie down on the concrete. Ehren yells out to other Jackass members, who are at a distance, to come and help him because the cab driver has a real gun. Ehren is forced into the cab's trunk. Then, outside the cab, the Jackass members "intervene" and try to "negotiate" with the cab driver. A Jackass member then simulates gunshots outside the trunk, implying that the driver has shot and killed some Jackass members. The cab driver gets back in the cab and begins to drive erratically around the parking lot, while Ehren (still wearing a mic) repeats "I'm gonna die" in the trunk. A microphone, sometimes referred to as a mike or mic (both IPA pronunciation: ), is an acoustic to electric transducer that converts sound into an electrical signal. ...

The car stops suddenly and the cab driver pops the trunk open. McGhehey emerges and sees all the Jackass crew laughing at him, as the whole thing was a prank on him. Ehren is disgusted and angry when he finds out what his beard was made from, and vomits after being told that one of the crew members had crab lice. Crab lice (singular, louse), scientific name Phthirus pubis and commonly called crabs due to their resemblance to the crab, are one of three kinds of human lice in the large group of lice families, the others being head lice and body lice, which live in clothing. ...

This skit was most likely performed with permission from the local police department. This could be verifiable because while driving to the airport a police car was supposed to follow the van containing the rest of the crew. If the van were to drive past a certain point, then the police department would have ended the skit. At one point the van accidentally started driving in front of the taxi, causing some confusion. Also, when the van pulled up to the area where the taxi stopped, two cars parked in front of the van began calling 911.

The Bear Trap

Johnny Knoxville reluctantly places his arm in an Alaskan Wolf trap (despite the name of the skit) while singing under his breath "The Best of Times." Other cast members quickly force the trap open so Knoxville can remove his arm. As soon as his arm is free the ending begins.

The Ending

The movie ends with a Busby Berkley-style end sequence, with different stunts going on. One stunt involves Wee Man and Preston Lacy sliding onto a bunch of metal trash cans. Another involves Chris Pontius dancing in a flaming building and jumping safely onto a mat, at which point he is sprayed by a fire hose. Steve-O is synchronized swimming with a bunch of women and is pulled up 20 feet above the water by a trapeze ring. A short blast of fire forces him to fall back down. Next is Bam and Dunn dancing in cowboy outfits in front of a horse; Knoxville spins around and slaps the horse, causing it to flee and pulling Bam and Dunn away by a rope attached to their feet. The musical number ends as Knoxville, singing alone, stands in front of a fake building. The front of the building seems to fall on Knoxville only for him to stand uninjured as he goes through the window. He is then hit by a small wrecking ball. This huge sequence might have been inspired by the fact that in the first film, a huge finale was planned in a similar fashion, but the contraption that was to be used for the stunt failed and could not be fixed in time. Also, as in the first film, Rip Taylor is seen at the end of the sequence. Busby Berkeley (November 29, 1895–March 14, 1976), born William Berkeley Enos in Los Angeles, California, was a highly influential Hollywood movie director and musical choreographer famous for his complex musical production numbers that often involved complex geometric patterns Berkeleys quintessential works used legions of chorus girls as geometric... Rip Taylor Charles Elmer Rip Taylor (born January 13, 1934 in Washington D.C.), is an American actor and comedian known as The Crying Comic. Known for his high voice, zany hair, bushy handlebar mustache over a perpetual toothy grin and his heavyset physique, his schtick is to toss handfuls...


The credits feature outtakes and deleted scenes.

Spoilers end here.

Additional Scenes

The Shock Phone

The guys find a World War Two phone and find out that it was also used as a torture (primarily shock) device. They first try it on Loomis to see if it really hurts him. They connect the wires onto his fingers, then roll the hand crane to generate the power. Once it started up, it shocks Loomis. They next try it on Bam's toes, but it shocks more power into Bam's foot. Steve-O tries it and mounts the wires onto his lip. Before they shock him, Johnny says "Close your eyes Steve-O, cause it's gonna hurt." Pontius spins the crane really hard to make Steve-O freak out. A brief scene is seen from this skit in the end credits, with Luke Wilson putting them on his fingers. After he gets shocked, he comments, "Wow, you actually feel energized." This article is becoming very long. ... Drummer for punk band Wax, contributor to the Jackass TV series, the first Jackass Movie (2002), and MTVs Wildboyz. ... Luke Cunningham Wilson (born September 21, 1971) is an American film actor. ...

There are extra scenes on the DVD, where other members are hooked up to the phone, including Dunn (to which Dunn responds with, "Fucking take a message!"), who gets hooked up to the phone via his buttocks, followed by a "conference call" between Bam, Ryan and Loomis (the idea being the current will travel through Bam's foot, Dunn's butt and Loomis' hand). This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Drummer for punk band Wax, contributor to the Jackass TV series, the first Jackass Movie (2002), and MTVs Wildboyz. ...

Trash Can Pyramid

The guys have set up a pyramid, made out of trash cans. Steve-O is launched off a swing into the air and lands on the pyramid.

He is launched another time, but misses the pyramid almost altogether. As the stunt was being reset, Pontius commented, "I love when we have to figure out the physics."

The Wiener Kite

Wee-Man attaches a kite string to his penis and screams in pain as the wind throws the kite around the sky. The skit ends with Wee-Man complaining that his private area is bleeding and Bam Margera doing a three-sixty head dive towards Wee-Man's crotch.

Anal Bead Kite

Bam inserts a row of anal beads into his rectum. A wind-blown kite then removes the anal beads from his rectum. According to Bam - in an interview during The Howard Stern Show[1] - this skit was omitted from the film and DVD releases due to being "too gay." semi-rigid plastic anal beads Anal beads, sometimes called Chinese balls or Ben Wa balls, are a sex toy consisting of several small balls attached together in series which are inserted through the anus into the rectum and then removed with varying speeds depending on the effect desired (most typically... The Howard Stern Show is Howard Sterns radio show heard four days (Monday–Thursday) a week on Howard 100 (West Coast feed on channel Howard 101), a Sirius Satellite Radio station. ...

The Bellhop Cart

Steve-O and Chris Pontius are dressed up as bellhops with no pants, instead red jockstraps. Steve-O gets pushed down the stairs by Pontius and John Waters while inside a Bellhop Cart, the cart crashing and stopping inches from the camera. The skit ends with Pontius and Bam involved in a "Flying 69."

Party Boy in India

Chris Pontius dances with some ladies in a palace with Indian music. In Party Boy outfit, he is wearing the speedo and a necktie.

Alaskan Wolf Trap

Jim Karol (as seen in The Electric Stool) shows the guys the Wolf Trap seen in the ending. They show an example of the small one, then bring out the bigger one. These traps are used to trap wolves. Bam tests it out, and hurts his hand and yells "OW" when he leaves. This is a listing of stunts and skits performed for the film Jackass Number Two. ...

Stun Gun Hot Potato

The guys are with Willie Garson and are going to play hot potato with a 1000-volt stun gun. The goal of this game is not to touch the front of the gun, or it will shock you. Willie gets a hold of it, it shocks him and the stun gun flies into the air. After that, the guys just throw it everywhere. Ryan Dunn gets the worst when he puts it to his testicles and shocks himself. Willie Garson (born 1964 in Highland Park, New Jersey) is an American actor. ... Hot Potato can refer to: Hot Potato (game) is a childrens game that involves players quickly tossing a small object such as a beanbag to each other while music plays. ... The words stun gun can mean:- An electroshock gun or electric shock baton: these exist in the real world. ... Human male anatomy The testicles, known medically as testes (singular testis), are the male generative glands in animals. ...

The Wee Horse

Wee Man stands in front of the camera and as it pans out, you begin to see a very small two-foot horse standing next to him.

Feeding Time

Preston Lacy is dressed up in a cow suit, with milk pouch inside the costume. Two calves get attracted and suck on the suit. Even though Preston runs around, the calves still chase him. At one point, Wee-Man ran up to Preston and attempted to shock him, but Preston noticed and stopped. Categories: Animal stubs ...

The Poo Mountain

Manure is dumped on Steve-O and he gets stuck inside the poo. As soon as he gets out, he starts vomiting wildly. Animal manure is often a mixture of animals feces and bedding straw, as in this example from a stable. ...

A continuation of the manure jokes, Steve-O and "professional skiier" Brandon Novak are sent up a conveyer belt while wearing skis. They are later dumped onto a thirty-meter tall mound of manure. The intent was to ski down the sides, but the skis caught and both were sent tumbling wildly down the mound. Brandon Novak (b. ...

The Dickagram Tattoo

Steve-O gets a tattoo of a "dickagram," which is basically the Heartagram symbol from the band HIM with a penis added to the bottom. On top of the symbol are the letters "ME" written in a similar style. He shows the tattoo to Bam, stating, "It's not about HIM, It's about ME." This article refers to the Finnish band. ...

Three Legged Dog

Ryan Dunn goes around town parks, throwing around a fake leg as his 3 legged dog (Lucy) catches it. As Ryan throws it he says "Who's got your leg? I do! Now fetch it" and people start wondering if he chopped off the leg.

Homemade Hang-Glider

Steve-O makes a hang-glider (made out of bamboo sticks and plastic) and tests it out by flying off a hill. Hang gliding is one of the windsports. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...

The Billboard

Knoxville reveals a billboard to Jeff Tremaine and Dimitry Elyashkevich. The board is an advertisement for a fictional gay-themed cruiseline named Rainbow Cruiselines, and has a picture of a large cruise ship and two men embracing each other with Tremaine and Elyashkevich's heads photoshopped on the bodies. The billboard tells viewers to visit RainbowCruiselines.com, a webpage that features the same photograph seen on the billboard. Clicking on the photo or any of the links at the bottom of the page will take the viewer to the official Jackass: Number Two website. Jeff Tremaine is an American film and television producer/director, and, along with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze, one of the creators of MTVs Jackass. ... Dimitry Elyashkevich (ely-osh-kev-ich) (born February 23, 1975 in Minsk, Soviet Union; now Belarus) is the camera operator, cinematographer, producer and director of photography of MTVs Jackass. ... GAY can mean: Gay, a term referring to homosexual men or women The IATA code for Gaya Airport Category: ... Pacific Sky sails under Sydney Harbour Bridge A cruise ship or a cruise liner is a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ships amenities are considered an essential part of the experience. ... Great Tit A photoshopped image of a pair of great tits created from the above image A photoshopped image created from a portrait of Leo Tolstoy and an illustration of the Battle of Bannockburn Photoshopping is the art and practice of digitally editing pictures with image editing software. ... A webpage or web page is a page of the World Wide Web, usually in HTML/XHTML format (the file extensions are typically htm or html) and with hypertext links to enable navigation from one page or section to another. ...

Garbage Clang

The cast and crew are at Bam's old house. Johnny reveals two metal garbage covers, and indicates he intends to clang them. The first victim is Brandon Novak. While he's on the phone, Johnny clangs the garbage heads between Novak's head. The second victim is Steve-O. While Steve-O is talking to the camera, Johnny attempts to get him, but at the last minute, Steve-O notices and ducks. After that he runs over to Dunn and clangs it on him. Then Dunn and Knoxville decide to do it to Bam. After he does it to Bam, he does the prank to Jeff Tremaine while he's taking a photo with Jess Margera and Dunn. Tremaine gets hit. The clip ends with Knoxville hitting people in the head.

Take Our Picture

Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze are dressed up as old people and ask Japanese tourists to take a picture for them, as soon as they take it, Johnny falls to the ground, moaning.

To the Face

Jeff Tremaine is the subject of this skit. He gets a cowpie and a pizza thrown at his face.

Jackass Parents

April and Phil Margera discuss having their son, Bam in Jackass.

Look Mom, No Cavities!

According to Bam Margera[2], the stunt was to be to remove Don Vito's tooth by attaching a string from the tooth to Bam's Lamborghini. Bam would then drive the Lamborghini, using the horse power of the car to remove the tooth. Vincent Margera, also known as Don Vito , (born July 3, 1956 in Concordville, Pennsylvania) is the uncle of Bam Margera. ... ...

The stunt was filmed. However, due to Don Vito's pending legal situation, it was not included in the film or on the DVD. The "funniest stunt in the movie," Bam fears that it may never see the light of day. Vincent Margera (born July 3, 1956 in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania) is the uncle of Bam Margera appearing in the shows Viva La Bam and Jackass. ...

A few days after they removed Don Vito's tooth, he began taking vicodin pills because of the pain when the tooth was removed. Vicodin (Hydrocodone or dihydrocodeinone, not to be confused with dihydrocodeine) is a pain killer commonly seen as a white tablet with the name Vicodin, Vicodin ES, or Vicodin HP imprinted on one side. ...

Truck Jump

An unused segment in which a skateboarder jumps off a portable ramp before jumping off the side of a moving truck and finally landing another portable ramp.

This segment was only used for "2006 Teen Choice Awards," which was used to promote the theatrical release. It was also the only footage to be used due to the rating of the awards show, which is TV-PG. The Teen Choice Awards is an awards show that has been annually televised on FOX and on Global TV in Canada[1] since the summer of 1999. ...

Bam Disclaimer

This segment features Bam Margera saying "A lot of what you're about to see is of a questionable sexual orientation, so if you're a little homophobic and you see this sign (Dickhouse Logo), look away, because we're getting gay!" He then takes off his sunglasses and walks away. Brandon Cole Bam Margera (born September 28, 1979 in West Chester, Pennsylvania) is a professional skateboarder, creator of the CKY skate/prank/stunt videos, and radio personality. ... Homophobia is a term used to describe: A culturally determined phobia manifesting as fear, revulsion, or contempt for homosexuality. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...

Main Cast
Johnny Knoxville | Bam Margera | Steve-O | Chris Pontius | Ryan Dunn | Jason "Wee Man" Acuña | Preston Lacy | Dave England | Ehren McGhehey
Supporting Cast
Brandon DiCamillo | Theodore "Rake Yohn" Webb | Chris "Raab Himself" Raab | Phil Margera | April Margera | Manny Puig
Jeff Tremaine | Spike Jonze | Dimitry Elyashkevich | Rick Kosick | Lance Bangs
Television shows
Jackass | Wildboyz | Viva La Bam | Homewrecker | Bam's Unholy Union
Jackass: The Movie (stunts) | Jackass Number Two (stunts)
Big Brother | Corona | Jackass: The Game | CKY Crew | CKY Videos | Gnarkill | Radio Bam | Haggard: The Movie
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