Taskmaster NZ Season 04 Episode 08 Description
|Episode 8: Steroids and cigarettes.|
|1||Prize: Best thing to have at night.||4||3||1||2||5|
|2||Spin the most times on this office chair before successfully shooting a hoop from this spot. You have until you successfully shoot a hoop. You must shoot within three seconds of completing your spins. If you miss the shot, you must start again.||3||2||1||4||5|
|3||Invent and build a new exercise machine. You must be able to use it and successfully burn 40 calories.||2||3||2||2||1|
|4||Win something. You cannot win it at the Taskmaster Ranch or the Taskmaster studio. You must be able to prove you won it.||5||1||3||3||3|
|5||Team: Choose a topic that vaguely interests your whole team the exact same amount. Write it on this piece of paper, then go to the study.||2||2||2||5||5|
|Team: Start a podcast about your topic. Your podcast must be at least 20 minutes long and will be released to the public today. You must not give any indication that the podcast is a task.|
|6||Live: Survive the Great Flour Bluff. Don the goggles and face the barrel of the vacuum cleaner, which is loaded with flour. You can ask the Taskmaster if the vacuum is set to on or off, but he does not have to answer truthfully. You can then ask him to flick the switch one more time, and then you must connect the power supply.||1||3||5||1||1|
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Taskmaster NZ Show Description
Taskmaster NZ is a New Zealand comedy panel game show, first broadcast in 2020 on TVNZ 2. The format for the show was created by British comedian Alex Horne during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2010, and was subsequently developed into a successful UK television show in 2015.
Following the format of the original British version, the show consists of five contestants who compete in a series of strange and unusual tasks to gain points from the Taskmaster, Jeremy Wells, and adjudicated by his assistant, comedian Paul Williams.
Taskmaster NZ is produced for TVNZ, with support from NZ On Air. A second series was announced in March 2021 and aired in the winter of 2021. A third was confirmed in April 2022, set to air from 6 July 2022.