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In the past decade, MTV aired 14 seasons of The Real World (with another one premiering tonight). The cast reflected the cultural climate of the new millennium, Georgia—was, at the time, dating a U.S. Army captain named Paul. . nickname); Jose (the responsible one); Zach (the one with the pretty. Zach moved to Los Angeles to continue dating Jonna, but he realized they were too Zach Nichols (“Real World San Diego 2”) and Jonna Mannion (“Real. A pop culture mega-site with Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Comics, Video Games. The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II is the 26th season of MTV's reality game show, . Zach moved to Los Angeles to continue dating Jonna, but he realized they were . which includes spelling, sports, geography, pop culture, and U.S. history.
And of course, it comes with a pool and a hot tub. Within minutes, Frank is already becoming antagonistic. Or it could be him. He says that he has never played sports, but his biggest challenge is to keep his heart in the competition. Night falls, and everyone is chilling by the pool. And then the inexplicable happens. Frank and Zach walk out in identical pink Speedos, start modeling and giving lap dances.
The next morning the teams assemble and T. There is one more team. Will it be comprised of Marines?
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An invincible power team? No, it is team Fresh Meat — contestants who have never lived in a Real World house.The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II
The challenge is to climb a rickety ladder and cross wobbly beams suspended 30 feet above the water, and climb down a ladder on the opposite side. If anyone falls, he or she has to start over. Thomas and Fresh Meat are up. Sarah from Brooklyn is relieved as up to that point, Brooklyn was in last place. Then in Austin v. Preston gets his bearings and tries again. He makes it across and down in the nick of time.
Sorry, Team Fresh Meat. Cancun is the winner of this round, so they get to pick the team to face Fresh Meat in the elimination round. But ultimately Cancun picks Team Austin, which contains Wes, a wily and very cocky player who, for strategic reasons and for peace of mind, is the one to eliminate.
There are four types of challenges: The winning team gets to decide the category. Cancun picks the physical category. Wes and Lacey from Austin will represent Team Austin.
He invites people to come kick his ass. No one is impressed and they disperse. Then it is time to party. Frank and Zach call themselves Batman and Robin. Zach says that he is Robin.
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And then before the Twilight Zone theme can be cued, the two peck each other on the lips. Did anyone see Real World: The two got into a fight which ended with Hailey leaving the show earlier to save their friendship.
Initially, she was attracted to Kenny, but once he denied her advance, she turned her attention towards Wes. The two were shown making out numerous times, once even on the house pool table.
Wes' attraction towards Theresa faded once Kenny and Wes' best friend Danny confirmed that Theresa was indeed interested in Kenny first. Wes proceeded to call Theresa "the trashiest girl in the house" during the "Frenemies" challenge, because she hooked up with a garbage man and said that he's used to picking up other men's garbage. The two met on Battle of the Seasonswhere Jonna was instantly attracted to Zach, despite the fact that she had a boyfriend back home. Before she pursued any sort of relationship with Zach, a teary Jonna called her boyfriend to break it off so she would not be a cheater, and hurt him more once he saw the show.
The two were almost inseparable on the show, with Zach doing anything in his power to keep Jonna's Team Cancun safe until they came in last place on that season's final mission and were eliminated.
Zach moved to Los Angeles to continue dating Jonna, but he realized they were too different, left her, and never looked back. Jonna stated that she grew frustrated when Zach did not return her calls of texts for a two-year period. The female partners advance on the tightrope, while their male partners are suspended on an overhead tightrope in a " Superman " position, and have to drop a rope toward their partners in order to advance on the tightrope.
Teams are disqualified if the female partner falls off the tightrope. The team that advances from one building to another in the fastest time wins the Power Couple, while the team whose female partner falls off the rope in the fastest time is automatically sent to the Dome.
This challenge consists of a series of four tasks on a baseball diamond. Each team has to race across a bamboo lane, place a card between each other's lips, and either "suck" or "blow" in order to advance the card around bamboo poles. If a team drops the card, they have to start from the beginning. The three last-place teams out of twelve are eliminated from the challenge, while the last-place team at the first base is automatically sent to the Dome. Each team has to unscrew a contraption — in a " sexually suggestive " manner; the male partner is positioned in front of and has to unscrew a pair of baseballs, while the female partner is positioned in front of and has to unscrew a baseball bat, and place the parts in a box at the finish line.
The three last-place teams out of nine are out. Each team has to lick off peanut butter at their designated stations in order to reveal numbers needed for a combination to unlock a pair of poles.
The three last-place teams out of six are out. Three teams remain at the final phase of the challenge. Each partner has to grab a foot pole, 60 feet apart, insert the tip of one pole into another, and push until one pole pops out at the other end. The first team to advance their poles wins the entire challenge. Teams have to spin on a wheel that is attached by ropes to a zip line above a pond, swim around a buoy at the opposite side of the pond, then return to the shore and ring a bell.
Two teams four players compete at a time on the spinning zip line. The team with the fastest time wins the Power Couple, while the team with the slowest time is automatically sent to the Dome. First, the girls have to run and jump into a large square pool of red paint, and cover themselves with as much paint as possible, then race up a cargo net, where their male partners will be positioned on a platform, next to a series of hanging canvasses that have 12 white squares. The girls will then transfer the paint with their bodies to their male partners, who will jump onto their designated canvas, and try to cover 12 white squares within a three-minute time limit.
The challenge is played in two separate heats — of five and four teams — and the team whose male partner covers the most squares within a three-minute time limit wins, while the team whose male partner covers the fewest squares is automatically sent to the Dome. Teams have to advance on a zip line above a pond, swim around a buoy at the opposite side of the pond, then return to the shore and ring a bell.
First, the female partner is positioned on a heavy bag, while the male partner is positioned on a sled, and after each zip line is released, the guys will attempt to jump toward their female partners, then each teammate will swim together.
Unlike the aforementioned "On Again, Off Again," only one team competes at a time. Teams have to solve a memory puzzle while hiking up and down a mountain. First, the guys will lift up a pound steel door out of the sand that is connected to a rope for as long as they can.
Under the steel door is an answer key that contains various colors of squares and rectangles, which the female partners will have to memorize. Whenever the girls feel that they have memorized the answer key enough, or their male partners are unable to keep the steel doors from shutting, each partner will be required to hike up a mountain with a bag containing their puzzle pieces, to their designated puzzle station, which the girls will have to solve. The process continues back and forth, and the first team to correctly solve their puzzle wins the Power Couple.
Initially, the last team to correctly solve their puzzle would be automatically sent to the Dome; however, due to time constraints and the reduced amount of daylight, host T. Lavin explained to the last four teams that the team with the least amount of correctly-solved puzzle pieces would be sent to the Dome instead. Lavin asks each team a series of trivia questions, which includes spelling, sports, geography, pop culture, and U.
The challenge is played in multiple rounds, and each player is wrapped in a blanket that is hanging from a platform suspended above water. If teams correctly answers a question, they will stay in the game, but will get an "X" for each wrong answer. If a team gets two X's, each teammate is dropped into the water.
The first team to be dropped into the water is automatically sent to the Dome, while the last team hanging wins the Power Couple. Each team is positioned on one trailer, with an empty wall that has an arrow slot, while attached to a safety harness that is hanging from a platform on one trailer. Each partner alternates retrieving several colored balls from the opposite trailer.
The goal is to deposit as many balls into the arrow slot on the wall as possible, before the trailers reach the end of the runway. The guys must stay on the outside of their female partners in order to avoid having their safety harness tangled up, and midway through the runway, the trailers will separate when they reach smoke signals, making it impossible for any partner to jump.
A player must wait for their partner to return to the wall on one trailer before jumping onto the opposite trailer. The team that deposits the most balls into the wall wins the Power Couple, while the team that deposits the least amount of balls is automatically sent to the Dome.
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Players from each team are positioned on a square platform suspended 30 feet above water, and have to knock opposing players off the platform with a swinging canvas bag. Players can also use two dodgeballs to knock other players off.
The last player standing on the platform wins the Power Couple for their team, while the first team to have both players to fall into the water is automatically sent to the Dome. In the first-ever nighttime mission in Challenge history, teams have to descend down a series of five ropes hanging from the top of a story building.
Each team starts on a plank, and descends down each rope at the same time. When each partner reaches the end of a rope, they must transfer to the next rope together. If a player falls, their teammate can continue, however, the best performance is determined by which team descends the furthest together.
If no team advances to the bottom rope, where a bell is located, the team that descends together the furthest and in the fastest time wins the Power Couple as well as an automatic bid to the final challenge.
The team that descended the shortest distance is automatically sent to the Dome. Teams have to advance up a foot structure, with ladders on both sides, and a bell at the top. Each partner faces each other, has their hands and feet strapped together into wooden poles, and have to use the wooden poles to advance up the ladder. The team that advances to the top and rings a bell first wins. Teams will be joined together by a rubber band rope at one pole, and the teams must work together and work their way to the pole on the opposite side of the field, and hold onto the pole.
The farther the teams advance from one pole, the more difficult it will be to reach the pole. The team that reaches the other pole first and holds on for five seconds wins.
Challenge previously used during the original Battle of the Exes. Similar to "I Can" from The Duelteams bet on how much of a specific food item that a player of the opposing team can eat within a three-minute time limit. If a player succeeds, that player earns one point for their team, but if a player fails, the opposing team earns the point. This Dome game is played in a best-of-three rounds, and the first team to accumulate two points wins.
Teams have to pull on a rope that is connected to a wrecking ball, then use the wrecking ball to crash upward through two levels of cinder blocks within their designated towers. The first team to crash their wrecking ball through both layers of cinder blocks wins. Much like "Hog Tie" from The Ruinsplayers from each team are suspended by their arms and feet under poles, and have to shimmy their way from one side of the pole to the other, then ring a bell, and return to the starting line, where their partners will try to do the same.
The girls begin the relay race under the poles, and the guys have to wait until their female partners have returned to the starting line. The first team to advance both players to one side of the pole and back wins. Similar to "Stacking Stairs" from The Duel, teams have to stack up a tower of crates from the ground, toward a foot high bell.