Win Lose or Fail curates the most entertaining and informative "How To" videos on the web, so viewers don't have to. This program is VO-driven and has 2-D animation, each 3 to 4-minute segment is themed around a single topic and by the end of each segment, viewers will actually learn how to do the task at hand. Win Lose or Fail features the most entertaining "How To" videos from the darkest reaches of the World Wide Web. Each segment tells the ridiculously useful and hilariously funny story of trial and error but before that happens, they will encounter crazy characters, epic failure, mind-blowing ingenuity and the untold history of each topic's road to today.
Don't Screw Up
Episode 1x12; Sep 01, 2017
Let's face it. Most of the time, you can get away with just about anything. But when it comes to the things you can't afford to do wrong we'll help make sure you… don't screw up! An emergency landing in a forest full of trees shears off a plane's wings and tail – does the pilot survive? A nail gun drives a nail deep into a construction worker's wrist… what he does next is shocking! When a grill chef gets careless with his lighter fluid, a barbecue erupts in a massive explosion!
1x12: Don't Screw Up
1x11: Get Your Hands Dirty
1x10: Roll Up Your Sleeves
1x9: Step Outside
1x8: Life Skills
1x7: Do It Youserf
1x6: Conquer the Great Outdoors
1x5: Take Charge
1x4: Safe and Sound
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