But when a given episode is almost drunken dramz, and that dramz is largely centered around Challengers I haven't got invested in yet -- in a season in which, to date, we have had exactly one elimination challenge, because everyone's bent on eliminating themselves apparently? I mean, I respect TJ's zero-tolerance stance on quitting, but can you blame Brandon for bailing it when it's this boring? And then Briana rips a strip off Brandon, or tries to, but she's wearing a neck pillow and he can't take her seriously, and then he goes home.
Before we get to the challenge, as yet incomplete, that left Ashley and Cory in bandages, we have to hear about Simone's anus in gruesome detail, watch Camila get in two different fights, and see a whole lot of various buttcheeks (Dragbrows) and boobs (...everyone? Not sure how to rank these dopes based on the material we got, but here goes! " TJ does little to try to convince Brandon to stay and, once he and Briana take their leave, he sums up the situation pithily before getting into the challenge brief: Truer words, my extreme-sporting friend.
Challengers, Cohutta, Johanna, Kelly Anne, love pentagons, MTV, Power Rankings, Real World/Road Rules Challenge, the gauntlet III, The Real World, The Ruins, Tonya, unfair teams, Veronica, Wes Bergmann.
Please get on Amazon prime and watch it and rate it so they make another season.It was tremendously satisfying when the challenge proved to be unthrowable, and Wes ended up in the elimination anyway.And yet, despite his unredeemable personality, Wes was engaged to Johanna and is now dating Kelly Anne.Their best hope was Wes throwing challenges for them, but that failed this time, and eventually Wes is going to get sent home if keeps up his active sabotage.My only guess is that MTV likes to set up a clear underdog to maintain the possibility of a final challenge upset, but the only time that works is when the underdog wins via some technicality, like when Eric passed out during the final challenge of , preventing the team from having “every team member cross the finish line.” What MTV should do is have an individual competition in the first episode, with the two winners earning the rights to pick their teams as “captain” playground style.