Who can stand up the longest?

Standoff Winner    Kenny
Cheating?    Yes, tampering
Air Date    9/16/2003

Season One Episodes:

  1. Who is the best Fashion Designer?
  2. Who can stay awake the longest?
  3. Who is the better chef?
  4. Who can stand up the longest?
  5. Who can sit on a cow the longest?
  6. Who is the sanest?
  7. Who can earn the most money in three days?
  8. Who does she like better?
  9. Who can stay blindfolded the longest?
  10. Who can win a beauty pageant?
  11. Who can win a series of mini-competitions?
  12. Who can lose the most weight?
  13. Who can stay handcuffed the longest?
  14. Who can put on the best concert?
  15. Who is the best parent?
  16. Who do kids like most?
  17. Who is the strongest?
  18. Who makes the most convincing woman?
  19. Who is the best actor?
  20. Who is the best male stripper?
  21. Who is the best figure skater?
  22. Who can survive in the woods the longest?
  23. Who will use their arms first?
  24. Who can win a court case?
  25. Who can live in a van the longest?
  26. Who is the better boxer?

All episodes: 12345

"I can stand but I can't stand you." — Kenny

Who can stand up the longest is the forth episode of the first season of Kenny vs Spenny.


Kenny and Spenny have to stand up for as long as possible, whoever stops standing first will loose. Unfortunately Kenny and Spenny have different definitions of standing, they both agreed they can walk, but Kenny says leaning isn't cheating but Spenny says it is. Kenny goes to Dr. Goldfield while Spenny phones up a dictionary to get a definition of standing. Spenny sleeps standing up (but admits he leaned a bit) and Kenny sleeps in a sleeping bag which is hung vertically. Kenny then gets a girl called Rebbecca, a Circus Consultant, who helps Kenny get support without cheating, this causes Spenny to get the most learned man, Jack Doupe, to judge whether Kenny is cheating or not. Unfortunately for Spenny, Jack says if they didn't already say that leaning was cheating then it's not cheating, therefore Kenny hasn't been cheating. This causes Spenny to also use a device to help him lean, but to save his dignity he does it in the garage where Kenny can't see him. Because the competition is going on for so long, they decide to have a standoff, where they have to stand in a small square for as long as possible without moving. Kenny however, fears the worse, and puts itch powder onto Spenny's square. After two hours, Spenny started getting very itchy feet, and steps off the square.


Kenny decided he wanted the humiliation related to standing and feet, so Spenny had to choose one of Kenny's toe nails, and then bite a bit of his nail off. Spenny claimed it was too hard to bite off and Kenny's nails were discoloured which put Spenny off, eventually Spenny got a very small piece off which he showed the camera.



  • Using circus equipment to assist him standing.
  • Advice from Goldfield
  • Itching Powder


  • Making sure Kenny can't lean.
  • Leaning while sleeping.
  • Assisted standing.


There was no official cheating, but Spenny argued that leaning and assisted standing was cheating but after getting the most learned man, Jack Doupe, it was made that leaning and assisted standing wasn't cheating because it wasn't stated as cheating at the beginning of the competition. Kenny also used itch powder to disturb Spenny on the standoff at the end.


  • Rebecca Leonanard is a circus consultant that Kenny went to in order to help cure his fatigue.
  • Spenny slept standing.
  • The stand-off duel lasted two hours.
  • This is the first competition that ended in a tie (which was resolved with the standoff).
  • It's implied that Spenny won this competition and not Kenny.
  • Kenny used diapers to avoid sitting while doing his necessities on the bathroom.