The showdown between Survivor winners Tyson and Sarah disappeared, leading to a rather bland and boring episode of The Challenge: USA. David, though, was ready to “shift the dynamics of the house,” so guess what he did?
The Challenge: USA made Challenge history with its final, but not for reasons that its Survivor, Big Brother, Amazing Race, or Love Island players will brag about. The Challenge’s producers shouldn’t brag, either.
Let’s talk about The Challenge USA episodes 5 and 6: Did Wes’s plan to take out Survivor and Big Brother players work? Or did it backfire? And will Dusty’s annoying audition for future Challenges pay off for him?
“Too Cool for Spool,” The Challenge USA 2 episode 8’s elimination challenge, lasted for hours before there was a winner—and the producers did not expect that. Here’s what really happened behind the scenes.
Who won The Challenge USA 2’s vastly improved second season? Bananas, Chanelle, Chris, Cory, Desi, Fessy, Michaela, Tori were all in the running, literally, for $250,000.
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