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It's a whole new ranch as Texas serves as proving grounds for eight city-slickers, fighting for $25,000 and the right to be called...  cowboy.

Recaps by Chico Alexander, GSNN

Rocco Wachman
Wrangler: Judd Leffew
EP: Stu Schreiber, Stephen Kroopnick, Chris Greenleaf, David Wechter, Melanie Moreau
Packager: Triage Entertainment, CMT Productions
Origin: CF Ranch; Alpine, TX
Airs: Fridays at 9:00pm ET on CMT

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"What'chu Gonna Do With This Cowboy" - July 15

Day 14:First light. As promised, we're outside of the ranch to bring in 100 cows. "And they're not going to want to come in," Rocco says. The girls need to stay healthy for the rodeo. The guys, though, are under the microscope, as one of them will be eliminated before the final rodeo. George says that "we're all beatable."

They begin their trail ride, when we see the skeleton of a deer, killed by a mountain lion. Turns out that there are a lot around.

4p: campsite arrival. "Away from the lion's den," Sal says. He's scared, not only of eliminations, but of the lions. He's summoned to sleep at the end "to protect the women." ... And George.

4:30p: bed roll contest: "Every once in a while, we just need to get." Get out of your bed, get your boots on, get your hats on, then race to the finish line where Judd is. The ladies are first out of the rolls. Better hurry, I see a truck coming to run your butt over! It's Rachel by a nose. "Who would've thought she would win in a horserace?"

Now it's time for the guys. Sal says he's gonna hustle. Corey is hampered by boots.... And they're off! Corey's out first. Sal is first on the horse with a belly flop. Sal's the winner, Corey's the loser.

8:30p: campfire. Rocco entertains with a guitar and a song. Who'd've thought he could fire a loaded six-string like that? Some final notes of advice: if you go anywhere, take a flashlight. If you want to stay warm, get into your bag and strip to your skivvies.

Oh yeah, and beware of hooves. Especially if they come from wiseass cowboys. "How long 'til daylight?" Dunno, George.

Day 15: 7a. Wakey wakey, eggs and bakey. Time to catch some cows. And we're "on the road again." And we approach a herd of cattle, all needing to get home. The trick here: ease around, get them into a group, and drive them home. "I'll be watching you, guys." Sal retorts, "You gon' be watching me? I'm gonna show my butt!" And he did, he just turned his first herd of cattle. *applause*. Tera and George team up to line some cattle, but George needs to tighten up, or else they'll lose him. And Rocco's losing it, telling him to get behind the cows. "George is having a bad day." He calls the drive "an absolute fiasco."

Corey spends most of his time catching strays. Tera joins him. This is what it's supposed to look like. And now it starts to look like a herd. It was textbook teamwork for the last mile and a half. AT the pen, a lot of noise keeps them fenced in. Rocco is proud of all of them, saying it was a pleasure to ride with them today.

Never have the slickers been so glad to see the bunkhouse, but then again, in a few minutes, another elimination. This is going to be the hardest, as we're looking across the board, and each person has their strengths and weaknesses.

8:30p. It's time for elimination. This is overall performance being judged. Corey.... is going to the rodeo ("But PLEASE don't kill yourself."). Sal... George... George.... "You're going home." He came on strong, but Sal inched him out in guts and determination. "I'm grateful for the opportunity. I take a lot of memories with me. My heart's filled." It sure is. He did make a hard push, but it was too little too late.

Next week, one person's wallet will be filled with 25,000 pictures of George Washington. Who'll win? Who'll lose? Who'll SURVIVE? "Whether they're ready or not, tomorrow's the rodeo. They're gonna have to Cowboy Up." Anyone of them can win... but only one of them will. 

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