It’s guys night at Challenged, so we do this efficiently this time around. But we’re lacking notes, so it’s a pretty off-the-cuff show. Camila has been edited out of the Challenge, and the Redemption House gets a second change by eating a bunch of nasty stuff.
Is Camila a racist? Uh…. yeah. Of course she is. But Leroy is a saint. It’s a special episode of Challenged this week as half the podcast is on vacation. Some technical difficulties this time around but hopefully they’re not too distracting. Oh, also, there was an elimination and Hunter sucks at things.
Aneesa and Veronica hook up… or do they? Injuries are sustained, or maybe faked. We get 1/2 and elimination up front, and another 1/2 at the end. So that kinda counts as a full elimination, right?
We almost get the perfect episode with a challenge, drama and elimination. An unfortunate event cuts the elimination short, but hey, there’s always next week. We push the boundaries of politically correct speech this week.
Tim and Hill are back, and so is everyone else from the Redemption House. The gang battle it out over water. Who will be redeemed? It’s a short episode since all we’re discussing today is the Challengenation.
This week we’re down two co-hosts so Amanda and Bryan venture forth alone to tell the tales of this week’s Challenge XXX: Dirty Thirty. We talk about some drunken shenanigans, if Tony is actually a good player, and state multiple times that Nelson is a punk.
We finally see The Presidio and see what in the world a double-cross is all about. We see CT’s Dad Bod destroy the competition and discuss Aneesa’s body slam. Some new person that we don’t care about goes home. What was her name again?
It’s drama overload with love triangles and physical altercations in the Redemption House. Cory is making everyone mad while others are enjoying Tuesday Tinis. We see a little of the nomination process, but in MTV fashion do not see an elimination or even finish the voting process. Maybe next week.
Tonight we discuss the premiere of Dirty Thirty including the cast, the quitters, the forgotten and overlooked old-timers who have returned. We try our best to avoid spoilers as we speculate about the rest of the season. Get pumped. It’s Dirty Thirty.
It’s episode 0 for the 30th season of The Challenge. We run down the cast for this season, speculate on the format, and give our hopes for who comes out the victor and participants we hope to see go home right away.
It’s the Champs Vs. Pros finale, so we discuss vomiting, running, and of course the winners and losers of this mini-season. We also dive into the bizarre Challenge microgame promoting Universal Studios. We also do our first Classic Challenge Moment feature.
We’re getting down to the end and tensions begin to rise as the finish line is in sight. Who gets voted in? Who throws the biggest tantrum?
We see Lolo decide who to go against in the latest elimination, then see the whole crew play a game of memory and telephone. We say goodbye to some of our favorite Champs and Pros. We also say goodbye to an old cast member who is no longer with us.
We see the champs and pros battle it out in Out of Bounds. It’s a female elimination day, so we see some drama and some physical challenges and eliminations.
Two long time rivalries come to a head. The crews make hot dogs. Another exciting day in The Challenge.
We meet the Pros and cover the first challenge and first elimination. Did you know Lolo has her own charity? We say goodbye to some champs and pros.
We cover the Reunion of Invasion and find more reasons to hate Nelson and Hunter. We also go over our first piece of hate mail.
It’s finally the finale and we’re here to break it out. We review the final, our favorite contestants, challenges and eliminations of the season. This officially wraps up Season 29 of The Challenge and Season 1 of Challenged. See you all next week for Season 2.
We were out last week, but we make it up to you with this two-fer presenting the last 2 episodes. The Final begins, and as TJ says, it’s no joke. This episode we cover Nelson’s near death experience and Cory’s infinite disappointments.
We finally see the end of the Underdog eliminations and say goodbye to our favorite Underdog. The Champs fight for their last chance to pad out their team bank account. We start our final Champ elimination, but as per usual do not finish it.
We’re out next week, but hang tight for the finale.