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Will you take the physical challenge? Marc Summers, host of the classic Nickelodeon game show, returned to celebrate its 30th anniversary at San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
"All That" alumnus Josh Server gets ready to run the "Double Dare" obstacle course.
The "The 1-Ton Human Hamster Wheel" requires a player to run quickly inside of it until an arm holding a flag lowers.
Open up the mouth and slide on down through gunk in order to collect the flag on this obstacle.
The stage set up in the Fluxx nightclub on Friday night here in San Diego at Comic-Con has podiums for host Marc Summers, the red team and the blue team.
The player hops through the rollers, onto the conveyor belt and grabs the flag upon sliding to the bottom.
Josh Server gets ready to catch items in a bucket on his head as part of a physical challenge.
During the first toss-up game, players had to wheelbarrow across the floor.
The red team included Kel Mitchell (left) and Danny Tamberelli (second from left) from kids sketch show "All That."
Host Marc Summers and "All That" cast member Lori Beth Denberg have a chat about the nose obstacle.
(L-R) Denberg, Server, Tamberelli and Kel Mitchell celebrate the end of the game with their teammates.
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