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The game starts with the contestant being asked a series of questions. By fooling the host twice, the contestant has to complete an obstacle course called the Baka Blitz in 10 minutes (which only Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson have ever done). If time runs out or the contestant surrenders, the host will punch the contestant in the face. It turns out that the host can be fooled three times. In the event the host is fooled a third time, he is compelled to punch himself in the face. By completing the Baka Blitz, the contestant(s) wins the Mystery Prize.
- This game show is hosted by a Japanese man named, Mitsuru Shinehara, and an "Announcer Bot" as his co-host.
- "Baka" is a Japanese word that translates to "idiot", "fool", or "jerk" in English. In this context it would probably mean fool, due to the name of the episode, game show and its objective.
- This show may be a reference to the reality show, I Survived a Japanese Game Show.
- As such, the show borrows elements from various Japanese game shows, such as the "Baka Blitz" being heavily based on shows like Ninja Warrior and Wipeout.
- The only contestants shown there besides Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson is a man named Clive.
- Of all the contestants in the history of the game show, only Mordecai, Rigby and Benson are able to finish the game.
- Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson and one other contestant are the only people to survive in the game.