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Tori believes that she is ready to earn her red skull; Nany's budding crush on one player causes tension in her friendship with Aneesa; two players face off in the dust-to-dust elimination.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Challenge from 49 votes.
Divisions on both teams come to light during the "Relic Runner" challenge; Laurel and Cara Maria's long-standing feud takes center stage; Bear and Georgia begin to flirt once again, leading Josh to question if he has a shot.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Challenge from 47 votes.
After the results of the last wild elimination, the Lavender Ladies' loyalty toward one another is put to the test. Sylvia head-butts Marie...really.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Challenge from 52 votes.
Mission: ""Balls Out""- To peddle a stationary bike as fast as possible which blows a ping pong ball up a tube and keep it there while the opposite team throws water at you and the tube to knock the ball out. Mission Winner: Real World Aztec Lifesaver Winners: Real World: CT Road Rules: Veronica Final Inferno Contestants- Real World: Mike Road Rules: Jeremy Inferno Mission: ""Human Candlelabra""- To hold a candle up in each hand straight out to your side the longest. Sent Home- Jeremy from Road Rules South Pacific Bank Totals- Real World: $30,000 Road Rules: $30,000
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Challenge from 3 votes.
Mission: ""Ultimate Saturn Road Trip""- To traverse a net wall and unhook two bags then climb down, get the key out of the bag and drive a Saturn SUV through a curved course the fastest. Mission Winner: Road Rules Girl's Inferno Nominees- Real World: Coral + Mallory Road Rules: Christena + Katie Chosen for The Inferno- Real World: Mallory Road Rules: Christena Bank Totals- Real World: $30,000 Road Rules: $40,000
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Challenge from 3 votes.
Mission: ""Balcony Swing""- To repell down a building while collecting flags the fastest. Mission Winner: Real World Aztec Lifesaver Winners- Real World: CT Road Rules: Veronica Final Inferno Contestants- Real World: Julie Road Rules: Katie Inferno Mission: ""Scratchathon- To outlast your opponent on a treadmill while covered in itching powder. Sent Home- Julie from Real World New Orleans Bank Totals- Real World: $40,000 Road Rules: $80,000
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Challenge from 3 votes.
David and Katie take part in the final Inferno, which requires them to lie in a Plexiglass coffin filled with fish heads; and new disgusting items are added every half hour. The teams then take part in the final challenge, which is a foot race with various obstacles along the way.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Challenge from 3 votes.
The cast opens up to Justina Valentine and Nick Young about Rogan hooking up with Dee and Nany, Jordan picking a fight with Turbo and all the shady alliances from Season 34.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Challenge from 12 votes.
The Challengers blow up trucks during the badass “Decode and Detonate” challenge. Jay finds himself in the middle of a dangerous love triangle that could result in his demise. Wes and Bananas’ alliance faces its first true test of loyalty.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Challenge from 43 votes.
Alliances are dissolved as every team fights to earn their way into the Finals. Paulie and Cara Maria's season-long flirtation turns into something more. TJ reveals a shocking twist regarding the Final Challenge.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Challenge from 48 votes.
Endurance, puzzles, and math put Team USA and Team UK to the ultimate test; one player has a shocking and disastrous gas-out that threatens to sink their team.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Challenge from 44 votes.
One player's sloppy political maneuvering comes back to haunt them, while another takes a shocking gamble to save a friend. Competitors must fight for survival in the elimination game “Hall Brawl," where two players with Red Skulls will be eliminated
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Challenge from 46 votes.
Zach makes a shocking move at the "Search and Destroy" challenge that makes everyone question his loyalties; Wes sets his sights on his mortal enemy, Bananas, but his attack may be premature.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Challenge from 53 votes.
It's down to the final four with $300,000 on the line...and a mountain between the challengers and the cash.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Challenge from 5 votes.
Tensions between Jordan and Turbo erupt into a full-blown war; Theo and Paulie get into a heated confrontation where Paulie gives Theo a tongue-lashing; a slippery puzzle causes players to crash into one another.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Challenge from 57 votes.
Fearing that she may be next to face The Exile, a worried Paula takes her frustrations out on her partner, Jeff, and then hopes to gain immunity at the "Water Logged" challenge. When Mandi calls out Jenn for her questionable voting record, Jenn flips out, and in the process, her true allegiance is revealed. Two powerhouse teams are sent into the "Lost & Found" Exile, and the results are unforgettable
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Challenge from 16 votes.
Loyalty is tested in a volatile new partnership. Agents must put their intel skills to the test while in a lava tunnel during "Mission: Drone Control." A stunning battle in The Crater causes ripples that will impact numerous Agents.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Challenge from 32 votes.
Evan considers throwing a challenge as part of the guys' plan to get rid of CT. Meanwhile, CT finds himself in the middle of a love triangle with Mandi and Laurel.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Challenge from 17 votes.
The drama continues on part two of the reunion as the War of the Worlds cast rehashes this season's biggest backstabs.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Challenge from 6 votes.
TJ shocks the competitors with a twist that no one sees coming. With only six spots available in the final challenge, the remaining eight players battle for survival. The final six compete in a grueling race for the $300,000.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Challenge from 7 votes.
Last updated: apr 15, 2021
Can we get Season 30 fixed? its still showing champs vs pros for season 30
this show is why i became a misandrist.
need to find a way to handle the spinoff shows not as part of the regular season numbering. champs vs pros was not season 30 and champs vs stars is not season 31
Why do I keep commenting on this show in particular? In the vast field of "reality TV" what is it about the time I've spent in The Challenge format that keeps me digging into the complicated array of growing frustrations? Why can't I just be done with them all? I know shows evolve and the landscape has dramatically shifted in what's trying to vie for people's attention. I know there are players I've been watching for the better portion of my life that I'm always going to feel a sense of loyalty and familiarity towards. I know I respect the athleticism and creativity of some of the challenges. The promo for the latest season War of the Worlds brings out the hard and fast obnoxious drunk child crashing into things and calling himself a legend...It's the direction The Challenge has been trending for years, but now it's like the day your little brother gets his first spray tan in January when you live in NW Indiana. That's the identity choice, and by playing along, I'm tacitly endorsing that, and I'm face to face with the fact that like all things, this too must die. Its rebirth a confusing mess of noises and shapes I don't recognize and which manifest as shame under a clenched jaw and sullied brow. Whenever I need to reminisce about what's been lost, I'm not going to selfishly pretend I don't have 30 or so seasons to comb through and my 30 year old fist will only shake with the kind of ironic vigor people my age like to co-opt from those who were actually teenagers in the 90s and could aspire to be on what Road Rules and The Real World used to represent. This petty and tacky game show will be added to my "watch at twice the speed" list with the same shame and unhealthy compulsion that entices me to finish things like Arrow. I saw an interview once where the creators of the show were discussing how they never come up in the same categories or for the same awards as Survivor despite how long they've been in the game. They were confused and mildly indignant. Really? You *sure* you don't understand why? You think you've not only kept, but built upon the brand that launched a thousand spin-offs? Or did you get intimidated by the landscape and succumb to your worst impulses for the cheap attention over investment? The heart is gone.
I've been watching this show for 20 years. For different reasons, it never seems to go down quite right anymore. The handful of Survivor seasons I've caught have whatever is missing from this. Survivor feels "fair." This feels like the reigns have been not-so-slowly passing towards an Andy Cohen production. There's "evolving with the times" and then I think there's "the tyranny of low expectations." "Reality" TV in that sense has been finding lower levels for the bar to sit for some time now, and the amped up gossip and children they cast from not-in-the-spirit adjacent shows of the producers speaks to it. I miss watching the old genuine competitors. I miss thinking there was a measure of real teamwork and strategy that could be employed. I miss recognition of individual effort and skill, social or otherwise. One of the most baller politic moves in this season gets obliterated by this joke of a "mercenary" system. The random "grenades" and weaker and weaker challenges from last season still leave a bad taste in my mouth. Champs get saddled to people who don't even bother to workout for the show and spin-off ridiculous personalities make the roster and act like they run the place. I guess I'm just sad. I think the spirit died a while ago, and now this is like a vestigial piece of my fleeting hope and youth I cling to for nostalgia pains.
I wish this show would find a way to make seasons consistent in any way that proved fair. You're watching this because you've known some of these people for about 20 years and there's interesting competitive challenges. Seeing the vets get fucked over and over and pretending this show needs to be as obnoxious as what reality tv has turned into makes me fall further away from it. That's what they may be after anyway I guess.
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Don’t know about you, but since the lockdown, I have had more free time than ever. Maybe it’s because we did not actually realize how much time we were wasting. So the other day, whilst I was pouring myself a glass of wine, I remembered how much I love and missed genre “Fantasy”. It was my favorite genre since growing up, maybe because I was too much into Avatar, but yeah I miss it. So today let’s talk about best fantasy TV shows.
After a hot day outside, there’s nothing better than getting inside and cooling down, all while watching something on the tv. Luckily for all of us, there is plenty to chose from and more and more series are coming our way. So turn on your AC, get yourself a cold glass of your favorite drink, sit back and enjoy.
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