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Past Real Worlders and Road Rulers come back for another Inferno showdown. This season, it's an old-fashioned battle between good and evil for that handsome reward.

Recaps by Brian Moore, GSNN

Dave Mirra
Creators: Mary-Ellis Bunim, Jonathan Murray
EP: Jonathan Murray
Packager: Bunim-Murray Prods., MTV
Airs: Mondays at 10:00pm ET on MTV

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"Run For Your Money" - March 28

The episode begins with Julie talking to Beth about C.T. and Abe planning to throw the mission to get her into the Inferno. Beth hates being on the red team (The Bad Asses) by saying "Go Blue Team" to Mike and Brad. Beth then says if a person says something about her and not to her, then she will confront that person. Beth confronted Abe and C.T. about the throwing of the upcoming mission. Beth doesn't believe that Abe and C.T. aren't going to throw the mission. We'll see if that's true or not later on.

The teams receive a text message about the next mission. It says the next mission will commence tomorrow and to go to the park wearing tennis shoes and team colors. The Good Guys need to start winning missions, because although they're coming together and making good progress, they always come up short according to Mike. The female members of the Good Guys are united and ready for action. Tina's packing her stuff up in the event she loses the next Inferno mission in which she thinks that won't happen.

The teams are at the park with host Johnny telling them about the next mission called "Run For Your Money". This is the challenge where greed won't be left with guilty players. The helicopter will drop $10,000 in fake cash divided in ten bags. Seven bags have $1,000 inside while two bags also have $1,000 inside made up of $5 bills. The remaining bag also has $1,000 divided up into 50 $20 bills. Every two minutes the bags will be randomly dropped from the helicopter. The team who accumulates the most fake cash within 20 minutes will add $10K to their team bank account. In addition, a member of each team who grabs the highest share of the total will each win a 'life shield' to use in the Inferno if necessary.

Before the mission begins, Derrick and C.T. go to Tina telling her that they're gonna give her all the money so that she gets the 'life disk' and votes someone else into the Inferno. Tina also gets some of her teammates into this except for Beth. They're gunning for Beth's elimination by Tonya saying she's gonna go home.

The helicopter is flying overhead and when the first bag drops, the horn is sounded and chaos ensues! The money is flying by the participants left, right, and all over. Mike doesn't like how two of Tina's teammates are giving the fake money to her. Somehow, the Bad Asses have decided to forget throwing the mission realizing they can win and eliminate Beth. Tonya's giving the money to Tina knowing she wants Beth gone. Beth knows they're gonna send her to the Inferno.

The air horn has sounded indicating that time is up. However; the mission isn't over yet, the teams have to make their money count. They have to do this by having each person count their money accurately and rolling them up and rubber-banding them. Once done, they must then write their totals on their team boards next to their names. If their written totals don't match up with the actual total counted, they'll not count. But time is limited, so they have five minutes to do the tallying up. Will greed work against the Good Guys? Brad notices that his total number was higher that Robyn's and was mad. Darrell was surprised because that wasn't part of their plan, because the girls were supposed to give most of the money to Robin. They didn't think of the Good Guys as a whole unit. Brad felt disrespectful and told that to Robin. As for Beth, if her team won't play fair, then she won't either. That was after she said she wrote down 0 just to let the Bad Asses know, she's going to the Inferno.

Host Moseley tells the teams that he has personally counted up the money to ensure an accurate count. For the Good Guys with the highest share of the total with $350, Mike wins the 'life shield'. For the Bad Asses, with the highest share of the total with $282, Derrick wins the 'life shield'. This means Robin and Tina are in jeopardy of going home. For the final totals, the Good Guys amassed $881. The Bad Asses...they amassed...$619 giving the Good Guys their first win and $10,000 to their team bank account. The Bad Asses are still standing at $30,000.

The teams then enter the Inferno where Robin and Tina take center stage. Their second Inferno mission is called "Shack Attack". The players will start at the padded wall where they'll be shacked by chains around their waists. They're also strapped to harnesses and they must pull half their bodyweights through the sand to grab a key and unlock the heavy chains. In the previous Inferno mission, the Good Guys lost Jon. Will the Bad Asses lose their first teammate? Let's find out!

In the end Robin gave it her best shot, but proved it was not enough to beat Tina to the punch. So therefore, Robin loses the Inferno mission and she's going home while Tina returns to her team.

Will the Good Guys build onto their one-mission victory? We'll have to watch the next episode to answer that?

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