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The New "Double Dare" Is Adding Seven New Crazy Challenges

My body is ready for slime.

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In case you missed it, Double Dare, aka the best '90s game show ever, is returning to Nickelodeon this summer with 40 new episodes.

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The new season premieres Monday, June 25 with new host Liza Koshy alongside original host Marc Summers, who will preside over the competition and offer commentary.

And today we've got your very first look at the new set AND the brand new obstacles! So shiny:

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So updated and not at all grainy like your '90s TV:

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Some of our old faves are returning for the iconic Double Dare obstacle course. Pick It is back and, yes, that nose is still filled with ooey gooey green slime:

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The Human Hamster Wheel is also back, but this time around it's called the 1-Ton Human Hamster Wheel:

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Down the Hatch is returning:

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It's as gross as ever, look at that danglin' uvula:

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Mt. St. Double Dare is back and steeper than ever:

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And other returning '90s favorites include The Tank, Sundae Slide, Blue Plate Special, and The Wringer.

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We don't have pics of the new, reimagined challenges yet, but if they're anything like the originals, everyone's gonna be covered in slime and/or whipped cream.

We can also look forward to seven totally new challenges, including Brick Wall Breakout:

Standing between you and the flag is a giant "brick" wall (made out of styrofoam). Bust through the wall and grab the flag.
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Standing between you and the flag is a giant "brick" wall (made out of styrofoam). Bust through the wall and grab the flag.

Couch Searching:

Like digging through couch cushions to find the remote, you have to search a giant sofa to find the flag amongst lost keys, money, clothes, and other surprises.
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Like digging through couch cushions to find the remote, you have to search a giant sofa to find the flag amongst lost keys, money, clothes, and other surprises.

Overstuffed:

Fluff is spilling out of the giant raggedy bear.  Pull out the fluff and find the flag inside.
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Fluff is spilling out of the giant raggedy bear.  Pull out the fluff and find the flag inside.

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Tube-A-Totter:

A long clear tube on a teeter-totter is filled with whipped cream, gak, and the flag you're looking for. As you walk through, the tube tips and wobbles.
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A long clear tube on a teeter-totter is filled with whipped cream, gak, and the flag you're looking for. As you walk through, the tube tips and wobbles.

The other new obstacles are: Unboxing (you open a box within a box within a box, etc., until you reach the flag), Pop Lockin' (somewhere inside one of three school lockers is the hidden flag, but you to get through stinky clothes, junk, and, spoiled food to find it), and Blow Out (you crawl through a giant-rolled up party horn full of confetti with the flag waiting at the other end).

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These are still being built so we don't have pics, but I'm very afraid of Pop Lockin'.

Get ready for the '90s to return on June 25!