"Crab Grab" -
We start off this episode with Dan talking with
Derrick about his upcoming Inferno battle with Landon.
He knew he would be in the position to be sent into
the last Men's Inferno from the start. He says the
only difference is that he's not money hungry or
worried. If he won the first Inferno, there's a chance
he could win this one. Meanwhile, Landon gives Darrell
an advance notice that he wants the 'life shield' and
if he wins it, he'll be sending him in. Darrell says
that he's not going to let Landon win so easily.
The teams receive another text message clue from Dave.
They are told their next challenge will be tomorrow at
10:30 and to wear swimsuits and team colors and to not
get caught in a pinch. C.T. questions Dan about
winning the 'life shield', and if he does who he'll
send in. C.T. knows whitout a doubt it would be him
because Dan doesn't like him, but Dan says there's no
problem between them. He thinks C.T.'s just being
The next challenge will have the teams get the
crabs...and I'm talking about the aquatic kind. This
is called "Crab Grab" and in it, the teams will be
buried in the sand up to their necks with crabs
running around them. Under the sand, their feet will
be stretched out and they'll be sitting on their
hands. They must unbury themselves and grab ten crabs
from their team crate and place them into their
individual crates. They may assist a teammate if they
are having trouble unburying themselves. The first
team to have all their players deposit their crabs
wins the mission.
While the teams strategize, the Good Guys want to act
as a team and assist each other if needed. Darrell's
mind's focused on the 'life shield' to keep himself
out of the fire. The Bad Asses also try to act as a
team, but they enter into the familiar territory of
fighting. C.T. confronts Dan about helping the team,
thinking that he'll try to win the 'life shield' for
himself. Dan tells C.T. to stop being selfish, because
the only reason he's worried about the 'life shield'
is that he thinks he'll send him in. C.T. knows it,
saying Dan doesn't like him, but Dan says C.T.'s
picking a fight. Minutes before the mission, a big
fight ensues which is not good for the Bad Asses, they
need to be unified more than ever right now.
Everyone gets into their holes and they start to be
buried. Needless to say, it's not fun for anyone. The
mission begins and Darrell quickly gets out of his
hole and takes off to put his first few crabs into his
crate. Most of the players get out pretty quickly, but
those who don't receive assistance from their
teammates. Everyone is now in a rush to put their
crabs into their crates. Darrell and C.T. are among
the ones who finish the task first. It's now a head to
head battle pitting against Veronica and Shavonda, who
are both lagging behind and have only one crab left.
Shavonda huffs and puffs to the finish line, beat
Veronica to the punch. That means the Good Guys finish
first and win the challenge. Veronica'a little upset
with herself for basically losing the mission for her
Host Dave Mirra congratulates the Good Guys for
winning the mission. He hands them their check for
$10,000. It's now a tie, both the Bad Asses and the
Good Guys are tied with each winning seven challenges.
Both teams now have $70,000 in their Team Bank
Account. Dave also hands out the life shields to
Darrell and C.T. That means they'll have to make their
decision on whether to use it on Landon and Dan in the
The two men worried about being sent in by their
teammates have now won the Life Shields. Landon's a
little upset about how Darrell took off, seeing that
they all agreed to help each other out. Darrell's
unapologetic, saying that he's was just trying to take
care of himself, and if Landon told him he would send
him in, it makes sense to protect yourself.
It's now time for the Inferno. Dan and Landon step
into the pit to compete one-on-one. Tonght's Inferno
game is called "Pegged". Standing in front of them is
a wall with numerous holes in it. The players must use
their two pegs to climb up. They are allowed to skip a
few holes and the player who gets to the top and grabs
his flag first wins. Both Darrell and C.T. refuse to
use the 'life shield's to save Landon and C.T. When
Dave bangs the gong, both players start climbing. It
could be a toss up, because Dan's teammates think Dan
is stronger than some people think. They are neck and
neck, and Landon sees that and starts working
overtime. At last, Landon gets to the top first, pulls
off the blue flag, and wins the Inferno.
Sadly, that means Dirty Dan is going home. Everyone
comes and says their goodbyes to Dan. Even C.T.
manages to give Dan a bit of a send-off. Tina's sad to
see Dan go and believes that a great piece of their
team is leaving. Dan feels that he brought a great
game to the table and appreciates how everyone came to
him and said their goodbyes, feeling like Sally Field,
that they like him, they really like him.
With Dan gone, will the Bad Asses break the tie?
Which of the women will be on the chopping block for