Celebrity Deathmatch Season 3 Episode 21 (found TV episode; 2001)

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Celebrity Deathmatch Season 3 Episode 21
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Celebrity Deathmatch: Top 10 was a season 3 special, hosted by Jerry Springer listing the top 10 matches of the show.

Pop music icon "Moby" stated that he did not care much for the violence and felt the show to be inappropriate. Legendary movie actor Tommy Lee Jones felt that the show was incredible, and even reenacted the death blow that took place on his death match. This episode has become a rarity among the trading community, and is always omitted from home video releases and other type of collections.

The episode enjoyed a single MTV airdate of Sunday, January 7, 2001, and to date, no footage of the episode has made its way to the internet.

Celebrity Deathmatch Season 4 Episode 20: Behind the Scenes is also a missing episode. The episode is a special that focuses on the how the animators made the figures and how they filmed it.

The original air-date for this episode was November 30th 2002, and was the last aired episode of the original series.


Celebrity Deathmatch Top 10 on OVGuide: Retrieved March 23, 2015.



Anonymous user #1

15 months ago
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Anonymous user #3

8 months ago
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This is not found, neither of them have been found, the episode available above is episode 22 and not 21. sometimes things are not available on the internet. Somebody probably has a copy somewhere but it is not on the internet.

Anonymous user #2

9 months ago
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Hey! I saw this one! I remember they included these fights:

Gwyneth Paltrow vs Wynona Ryder Spice Girls vs Hanson Dale Earnhardt vs (can't remember).

KISS vs NSYNC (Possibly, I may be confusing this with another episode).


2 months ago
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Yeah IIRC Moby was talking about how the Gwyneth vs Wynona one in particular grossed him out


2 months ago
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Can this article be redone

The whole thing is a mess to begin with, It says found but there is a question mark at the end of it so it raises questions about if it was even found and it doesn't even specify if its found or not (in the article)
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