Americanhumane.org also notes that in the tetherball-with-a-beehive sequence, most of the bees were computer-generated and that "the actors pretended to be stung — the bees and humans did not interact." The snake-pit routine? Also hoked-up. And for the record, in the epilogue gag, "a woodpecker pecks at a wood cast around a man's penis. A well-rehearsed actor allowed the bird to be perched in his hands while the bird pecked at the wooden cast, which had been lined with treats. The bird's leg was attached to a monofilament line held by an off-screen trainer."
I was less keen on the vomit, the large-man sweat "cocktail" drinking games, the excrement, the Taser gags, and Knoxville's grating smugness behind those ever-present Ray-Bans. Die-hard fans of the original series, which had the good fortune to sprout before YouTube, may feel as if they're getting their money's worth here, though the 3-D component is awfully stingy, and tends to be genital- or anal-based. No proctologists monitored any of that action. At least none was credited.