– As you know, this is the first
of the three challenges. – Uh-huh. So the bet is I go
up against Nick, Brian, and Robert in
a cowboy challenge. – I know I?m more of a cowboy
than you, for sure. – Let?s settle this
on the playing field. Let?s do some challenges and
decide who is the cowboy. – I?ve castrated a bull,
turned it into a steer. So every cowboy should
know how to ride a bull. We got a mechanical one
here set up. [ moos ] – Are those horns real?
– Yeah. – Zack.
– Zack, nice to meet you. – Nick, nice to meet you.
– Hey, buddy. – This is Eddie. – I?ve never done bull-riding
before in the past. And Nick?s from Las Vegas– I reckon he?s rode bulls
a lot more than I have. I?m really not sure
how this is gonna go. – When you guys get up there, you?re gonna grab
onto that rope, hold on as tight as you can.
We?re gonna start slow. We?ll work our way up faster
and faster until you fall off, and that?s your time.
Let?s see who stays on longest. – Okay.
I?ll show you how it?s done. – Okay.
We?ll see. I don?t think Eddie?s gonna
be good at bull-riding at all. He?s so big and cumbersome, that thing?s gonna move
and he?s gonna go flying. – There it is.
– Oh [bleep]. – What?s the weight limit
on that thing? Ready, set, go! – Okay, we?re gonna go up
a little bit faster. – Whoa, two hands! Already! – Well, that didn?t
last very long. – Got yourself 11.13. – There is no way I?m losing
this bull-riding competition. I?ve actually been on
the back of a couple horses. I?ll hold on to this thing. – 11.13 is the time to beat. – Here we go. – Okay, we?re going
a little faster. – Yes! Yes! Oh, I?m so sorry, Nick. – I?m just gonna go ahead
and put this down. – Yes! – Somehow, I get a feeling by the way that thing jerked,
somebody hit the dial. – Nope. – I swear to god,
I did not touch it. – He–his hands were off. – Oh–I got you down as
10 and a half seconds. – All right, you won. The guy running the bull ride
told me that his time was kosher,
so I accepted the loss. But I absolutely
think Eddie cheated. You cannot touch the bull
with your other hand. If you do, you are disqualified. Frankly, I call bull. – So much for being
a big cowboy, eh? “Ooh, I castrated a bull,
that makes me a cowboy.” Who?s been castrated today, eh? [ cackling ]
– Yeah. – That?s one down,
two more to go. I?m feeling pretty
good about this now. – Don?t feel too good about it.
– Oh, I am, don?t worry. – All right, buddy,
you ready for this? – I?m not ready, mate,
it?s freezing cold… – It?s gorgeous.
– The ground is like slush. What is it, like, minus 20? – Nick won the bull-riding
competition. For our second cowboy
challenge event, Brian has children me to
a tent-building competition. – First one to erect the tent,
get it fully set up, staked into the ground,
is the winner. – So the first one
in the tent wins. – Whatever, that works.
– Okay. Three, two, one, go. – All right. – Tied a horrible knot in my
just in the lace already. – Oh, God, it sucks. – Oh… have you done
that on purpose or what? – Definitely not. – Have you ever erected
a tent before, Brian? – Yeah, I have.
It?s been a long time. Have you ever done it? – Me and your mum went
camping a while back. – Oh, did you?
– Yeah. Is this upside-down, or– – I don?t know, good luck. The sad part is
there?s a good chance I?m not gonna fit inside this. – That?s not that sad. Some of these things haven?t
even got holes in them. What the hell
is going on with this tent? There?s no instructions
anywhere. There?s just a load of poles,
material, everything?s inside-out,
the zippers are broken. You?ve gotta be
a rocket scientist to put this thing together. Which way is, like, bottom,
and which way?s top? What the hell is this?
What the hell is that? I seriously can?t work this out. – How many questions
do you think you?re gonna ask before you get going there? – I?m pretty sure
my tent?s inside-out, but I?m not even bothered. – Hey, I thought you could
beat me at anything, Eddie. – Brian is the slowest human on
Earth when he?s not injured. And now he?s injured, and
he?s putting this tent together faster than Bear Grylls. – Oh. One-all, bud. Man, it feels good. Feels good to just crush you. Best cowboy ever. – I know I?m better
than Brian at building tents, but just not that one.
That was a stupid tent. – One-all, buddy. – Here we are. All right, Ed, your third
and final cowboy challenge. – Eddie challenged the three
of us to a cowboy competition. He beat Nick in the bull-riding. He lost to Brian in the
tent-building competition. And now it?s all up to me. Hey, it all comes down to this. – Uh-huh.
– You and me. – What we doing,
just shooting these bottles? – Well, we?re gonna practice
with these bottles, and then we?re gonna do
what?s called a quick-draw. I?ve been watching cowboy
movies my whole life. I?ve never had an opportunity
to quick-draw with somebody. I decided to organize
a little gun-slinging competition
between me and Ed. Nothing more
Old West than that. – You feeling lucky, punk? – I?m feeling pretty lucky. I do have a little
experience with guns. – Looks like a real gun.
– Feels like a real gun. We got a couple of
actual pistols from the sheriff?s department
that shoot paint bullets. – Now I?ve never seen
a paint bullet look like, these little round things.
– Yeah, I know. – Those look like
they?re gonna hurt. – I got a feeling this
is gonna hurt a lot more than a normal paintball. You wanna get some
practice shots in? – Definitely. You go first.
– Okay, fine. – You go first.
Top right, red. – Top right, red?
– Yeah. [ gun pops, bottle clinks ] No, I hit it. – I could actually
see the paint on it. – On the– – It?s a tiny little dot,
I can see it. – Oh, you?re right! They?re for law enforcement,
so they?ve got less paint in them than a
regular paintball gun. – Well, I?m not worried after
you taking, like, 10 seconds to get your aim. – Yeah.
– Okay. – Let?s see what you got. – Boom! – I think that worked. – That worked.
That definitely worked. – All right, feel pretty
comfortable with this. You good?
– Yeah. – You ready to do it?
– Uh-huh. – So basically, as soon as
one of us grabs, both of us go. – Okay. Hang on, I don?t wanna get
paint on my clothes, though. – No, no, I got us set up, bud. – What you got? – You didn?t think I was
gonna take you to the show and not get you dressed up
for the ball, did you? I?ve got us nice
little gear here. – Oh, yeah. It?s like the tent
all over again. Is this inside-out
or upside-down? [laughter] – You look like a cowboy. – I feel like a cowboy.
– Yeah? – Uh-huh.
– We?ll see. Let?s just make it simple: the person who gets
shot first, loses. – Okay. – I?m the last thing between
Eddie and winning this thing, and this one?s for America. Wait, wait, wait.
Safety first. Being that they are
actual firearms, I wanted us to be safe. – [bleep] shot my finger,
you [bleep]. And I shot you,
you didn?t feel it. – What can I say? USA. Woo!
– I shot you first. – Where?
Show me where you shot me. – Right in the torso.
Right in the torso. – That?s the way it works
out in the Wild West. – You can find a spot,
you can have it. I?ll give it to you. Yeah?
– No, I?m not having it. I?m not having it. – Check it out.
Take it–there?s nothing here. I?m sure this is how it
went down in the Old West. “Did I getcha?” I know I shot you,
you know I shot you. – Yeah, I know you shot me,
but I shot you first. – He couldn?t prove that
he hit me, and I win. – I?m still more cowboy
than any of you. – Bro, you should just stick
to your tea and crumpets. Keep worshipping your queen. – Yeah, God save the queen.
– God save the queen. – [bleep] – You want me to get
you some apple pie? – No. – You wanna go watch
a baseball game? – Yep.
– “Yep.” Let?s go.