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JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
3:37

Jasper and Errol Pilot Megabots

Jasper and Errol live their sci-fi fantasies piloting giant fighting robots in the ultimate demolition derby.
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
3:04

Jasper and Errol Walk on Fire

Jasper, Errol, and Dark Shark walk across a fiery path of hot coals and emerge on the other side changed, for better or worse.
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
3:45

Jasper and Errol Get Hypnotized

Jasper, Errol, and Dark Shark tap into their unconscious mind with the help of hypnotist Dr. Ken Kerns. Jasper and Errol may be skeptical, but Dark Shark has an out of this world experience.
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
4:00

Jasper and Errol Dine in the Dark

Jasper and Errol invite some friends to break bread in complete darkness. Luckily, we have night vision cameras.
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
2:42

Jasper and Errol Attempt Synchronized Swimming

Jasper, Errol, and Jasper’s dad, Dark Shark, learn that air is overrated when they try synchronized swimming, a hybrid of swimming, dance, and gymnastics that looks easier than it is.
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
6:58

Jasper and Errol Take Over VICELAND

Jasper and Errol, hosts of Jasper and Errol's First Time, utilize all of VICELAND's resources to make a promo for Jasper and Errol's First Time... for the first time
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
4:23

Jasper Gets a Colonic

Jasper takes one for the team and endures a colonic, aka colonic hydrotherapy.
JASPER & ERROL'S FIRST TIME / Clip
3:13

Jasper & Errol vs. Bull Riding

Jasper and Errol try their hand at bull riding to see who can last longer. Neither of them knew they’d be riding Death Row.
VICE Shorties
2:17

How to Kick Ass like Liam Neeson

How does Liam Neeson train for his action roles? VICE writer Justin Caffier trains with Liam's stunt coordinator and double to find out how.
Daily VICE
2:05

The Story Behind Star Trek's Bizarre Two-Handed Punch

If you're a fan of Star Trek you might have noticed one pretty ridiculous-looking fight move, a two-handed punch, that’s been a part of the show for decades. Motherboard's Jordan Pearson tracked down a Star Trek stunt coordinator to find out why.