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If you just can’t get enough of “shock comedian” Tom Green and have been praying for the day that he returns to television, you’re in luck.  The appropriately named former MTV star is bringing his frenetic energy and bizarre sense of humor to Planet Green for a new game show called “Go for the Green”, which airs Saturdays at 8pm EST.

Planet Green describes the new eco-quiz show as “a fun, high energy elimination game show where 50 members of our live audience compete to stay in the game and prove that, like our host Tom Green, they’re GREEN too! It’s survival of the fittest, and by the end of the show two finalists will face off in a tension filled game to win our grand prize — a fantastic green weekend getaway.”

If you think you’ve got the eco-smarts to participate, Planet Green recommends doing some quick cramming over at Treehugger and then practicing by playing the online quiz at the Planet Green website.

No word on whether Go for the Green will involve the gross, sort of animal-unfriendly antics Tom engaged in back in the day, like humping a dead moose.

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