"Bull/Crap" - July 8
Day 10: 9a. Just a reminder: someone dodged a bullet,
and now it's time for someone to shine. Brian & George
are in the hot seat. No pressure.
9:30a: bull mounting
lesson. Again, 10 times as dangerous as actually riding
a bull. Judd demonstrates. Again, do not try this at
home on your pet dog/cat/iguana/little brother/etc. This
is a trained professional supervised by a health care
professional. Judd warns that bulls are irritated by
bells. That said, he breaks out a few bells. You want to
get the bull nice and ornery. And again, Rachel is the
first one to get up on that thing. And it just might
cost her her leg. "This bull clearly does not want us
there," Fawn says. Tera calls it terrifying. Sal calls
it intense. George, instead of saying "Let's go
bull-riding", says "Holy (^_^)!"
8:30p: Arm wrestling
contest. It's Corey, Tera, & George versus Sal, Brian,
Fawn & Rachel. First up, Corey & Sal. They take their
marks... but Judd is forgetting something... This is not
just any arm wrestling, though. This is Cowboy U Cow
Patty Arm Wrestling! Corey wins. George wins. Tera wins.
Sal... wins by virtue.
Day 11 - 9:30a: first
trail ride. Rocco and company ride into the Old West.
Once they get there (something looking like a bad
Tombstone impression), they have a visitor... Outlaw
"Hey, city slickers!
Y'all ready for a shootout?" Sal: "I'm ready when you
are." It's time for a showdown... and there's the
tumbleweed. Here's how the showdown works. It's
basically the same old shootout, except there are more
obstacles, and there will be time penalties for any
missed balloons. Fastest time wins.
(admitting to be "pretty terrible")
(who walks the whole thing)
Corey is our wiener
today, and Brian and George also post well. Tera thinks
that it's Brian going home. Corey thinks that it's going
night. First up, tonight's reward, a hot steaming bubble
bath. Today, it goes to Corey for his shooting match.
But now it's elimination time. Sal... is in, as is
Corey, of course, leaving Brian & George. George... is
in. For Brian, it's goodnight, and goodbye. "He had the
want, he had the desire, but his skill didn't improve
enough." Brian is walking away with a lot of memories,
especially of his bunkmates.
But Rocco lets him know
that no one leaves Cowboy U a loser. He did forget his
Next time, another woman
is going home, and Rachel and Fawn are on the button. As
we leave you for this week, Corey is enjoying his cowboy