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The cracks in Wes and Evelyn's power
alliance show when Wes discovers a secret that CJ and Sydney have been
hiding since their Exile. At the "Turn Style" challenge, Kenny's
alliance makes a bold strategic move in hopes of seizing control of
the game. And two players sell out their entire alliance in order to
save themselves from possible elimination.
Wes is starting to worry that soon, he and Mandi would be thrown into
Exile. And he suspects CJ and Sydney are lying about their experience
in the Exile. Wes begins grilling them and his suspictions have been
confirmed. CJ and Sydney were lying although there was no reason to,
and this didn't help matters and it could also seriously hurt their
chances of winning a cash prize in the final challenge.
It's time for another clue...
I hope you are ready for your next Challenge because this game
could turn at any point. Be ready to leave in the morning.
Challenge #6: Turn Style
This is pretty straight forward; teams turn a wheel to push themselves
towards the finish line and their opponents away from it. This
challenge is played in a series of heats, and the team who wins in the
final round wins the challenge.
And once again, because they've won the previous challenge, Kenny and
Laurel will set up the draft order.
Round 1: Kenny & Laurel/Pete & Jillian vs. Ryan & Theresa/Landon &
The first round took over an HOUR as the teams involved found
themselves at a standstill. Then, finding a surge of strength, Pete
pushes Jillian, Kenny, and Laurel to win this round.
Round 2: Jenn & Noor/Luke & Ev vs. Wes & Mandi/Sydney & CJ
Unlike the 1st round, Wes, Mandi, CJ and Sydney made quick work of
Noor, Jen, Luke and Ev.
Round 3: Kenny & Laurel/Pete & Jillian vs. Wes & Mandi/Sydney & CJ
Despite the 2nd team's best efforts, Kenny, Laurel, Pete and Jillian
win this time out.
Final Round: Pete & Jillian vs. Kenny & Laurel
Both of the teams involved planned it out before it began. Kenny and
Laurel throw away their winning streak by deciding to lay down and die
in order to give Pete and Jillian the win, which the other teams
didn't expect. Pete and Jillian each get a wirelss mobile device with
a year of free service.
Back at homebase, Wes and Ev realize that they could be in trouble so
they decide and throw Landon and CJ under the bus. Wes then strikes up
an hour-long truce with Kenny to get his side to vote in Landon and
have his alliance take care of the rest by sending CJ in against him.
Wes may think he has masterminded this whole thing but he just tore
his own alliance apart and his numbers are dwindling by the minute.
Landon feels betrayed by Wes that he said that he would keep his name
out of his mouth until the end. Both teams should have not gone into
Exile, but Wes has made every deal imaginable in the house to keep
himself in the game.
Kenny will do everything in his power to make everyone realize that he
could have a better play at this point in the game. Laurel sees this
as a smart move on Kenny's part because everyone now sees Wes and Ev's
true colors. And they're going to do whatever it takes, including
throwing CJ and Landon under the bus. Seeing that Wes' alliance has
slowly and surely crumbled, Jenn is bored of it and is now leaning
Exile: Weight for Me
Things kick off with a puzzle with no time limit that stumps CJ and
Sydney completely stumped, but Landon and Carley make quick work of
it. After they complete the second puzzle, they get 30 pounds off of
them before really flying through the rest of the course. CJ and
Sydney may have already mailed in their terrible performance from the
word "go", as it took them over TWO hours to get through the course.
And although it was obvious and bittersweet, Landon and Carley win
this Exile stay in the game.
Landon and Carley return to a house divided and Kenny can't wait to
not see them again if they go back to the Exile. Ev asks Landon to be
friends again, but it still doesn't allude to the fact that he's
walking into a house and has no idea where he stands anymore.
Now and Landon and Carley are back, it's time for them to pay
everybody back. If they win the next challenge, the put in the team
who had sent them in. Ryan and Jenn finally commit to being in Kenny's
alliance from that point forward. Kenny has taken apart Wes' alliance
one by one, team-by-team, scumbag-by-scumbag. Now everyone is on the
same page that on the next challenge, if anyone from Kenny's alliance
wins, Wes and Mandi will be thrown in. And then the rest of the teams
in the alliance will vote for Ev and Luke to join them.
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