Get ready to get grossed out with G4's off-color game show, Hurl.
Contestants gorge themselves on as much grub as they can, then try to
perform physical challenges without losing their lunch. The last man
Runtime: 30 minutes
Hurl! - Hurler (roller coaster) - Netflix
Hurler is a wooden roller coaster located at Carowinds in Charlotte,
North Carolina. Built by International Coasters Inc., the ride opened to
the public in 1994. An identical copy of the ride opened at Kings
Dominion the same year, which was later converted into a steel roller
coaster called Twisted Timbers in 2018.
Hurl! - Ride layout - Netflix
Riders are hoisted up a 83-foot (25 m) lift hill and make a wide turn
before reaching the initial drop. During the drop, an on-ride camera
automatically takes photographs of passengers. The ride continues with a
wide, heavily banked, flat turn, then a series of hills and drops which
jerk and shake passengers, giving the coaster a reputation of being
bumpy and rickety. The overall layout is a standard paperclip
arrangement with two out-and-back style runs (at Kings Dominion this
extended into the courtyard adjacent to Grizzly). The Hurler is also a
mirror image of Thunder Run at Kentucky Kingdom.
Hurl! - References - Netflix