Taskmaster Jeremy Wells returns with sidekick Paul Williams as he sets bizarre tasks for comedians Urzila Carlson, Laura Daniel, Matt Heath, Guy Montgomery and David Correos.
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Urzila Carlson smashes a bottle of sunscreen, Guy Montgomery attempts to make a brussel sprout float in the sky, and we find out who can best change a room in complete darkness.
A brand-new version of hopscotch is invented, a building task reveals this season's teams, and Matt Heath sneaks into Jeremy's bedroom.
Paul Williams has a problem with Swiss balls, our comedians get festive with a brand new song, David Correos defends the power of the red-eyed tree frog, and we see who can best trick Jeremy.
Laura Daniel does her best to spill the beans, our comedians tell us where they’re from and why they’re happy about it, and we have Taskmaster New Zealand’s first-ever silent task.
The comedians debate what makes two things different, David Correos showcases his rapping skills, and we get a first-hand look at what a presidential Zoom call would be like.
The contestants bring in their best bargains and must construct the least appropriate wedding cake possible within 45 minutes.
Our contestants are inducing all kinds of nostalgia, while also attempting to travel through time. We learn who's best at stacking onions, and sabotage is afoot in our team task.
In our penultimate episode, our teams attempt to pull off the ultimate heist from right under Paul's nose. We're treated to romance, fashion, and orienteering, all to be judged by the Taskmaster.
We put the camera in our contestants' hands, as well as learn something through the medium of puppets. One contestant is pushed to the brink, and we crown our season 2 winner!
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