Doctor von Rikkengord is rolling out the F-BOMB once again, aiming it at the five most annoying targets and blasting them with the messiest ammunition imaginable ... but we need your input!

From now until Friday, December 2, 2016, complete the form below to nominate your worthiest target, and choose your ammunition. Remember, the messier, the better.

And then watch the all-new AIR FARCE NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL on Friday, December 30, 2016 at 8:00 PM on CBC Television for the most satisfying splat of the season!

One lucky viewer will win a special AIR FARCE prize, so get creative with your target and ammo choices, and you could hear Doctor von Rikkengord call your name at the end of the show!


Choose your target:

Now choose your ammunition! Please pick the items you'd like to see your target splattered with, and explain why you think these items would be suitable ammunition.


2015 - Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn - Martin Shkreli of Turing Pharmaceuticals - ISIS - Walter Palmer (dentist who killed Cecil the lion) - TARGET OF THE YEAR: 2015 Federal Election

2014 - The new Canadian Tire Guy - Jian Ghomeshi - the fake Remembrance Day soldier - Alberta Premier Alison Redford - TARGET OF THE YEAR: Russian President Vladimir Putin

2013 - Justin Bieber - Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankess - Instagram - Senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin, and Patrick Brazeau, plus Nigel Wright and Stephen Harper - TARGET OF THE YEAR: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford

2012 - Honey Boo-Boo and Mama June - XL Foods - Stephen Colbert - Norwegian soccer referee Christiana Pedersen - TARGETS OF THE YEAR: Canadian mayors Gilles Vaillancourt (Laval), Joe Fontana (London), Peter Kelly (Halifax), Gerald Tremblay (Montreal), and Rob Ford (Toronto)

2011 - Charlie Sheen - the Euro - advertising mascots: the Geico Lizard, the Subway Monkey, and the Koodo Wrestler - Conservative MP Tony Clement - TARGET OF THE YEAR: Justin Bieber

2010 - British Petroleum - KFC's Double Down sandwich - Vuvuzelas - North Korean leaders Kim Jong-Il and Kim Jong-Un - TARGET OF THE YEAR: CTV's "I Believe" Olympic song

2009 - HST creators Dalton McGuinty, Gordon Campbell, and Jim Flaherty - Swine Flu - International Olympic Committee - Twitter - TARGET OF THE YEAR: NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman