Whaaaat? An episode where Jenna ISN’T the main focus???!!
1. The Grand Kailah
It’s Kailua’s birthday!! So production arranges a trip for the cast to go to the Grand Canyon. While the cast hates waking up early, for many of them it is their first time in a helicopter and their first time seeing the Grand Canyon. However, they’re mostly still mad they had to wake up early.
2. Losing My Religion
Chris find out the Mormon Church has passed a new bill banning children who have gay parents. As a result, there is a mass resignation in Utah. He want to go, and production grants him permission to attend with one friend. Additionally, he will be given the opportunity to speak. Because he is technically still in the Mormon Church, Chris jumps at this opportunity but become nervous about it once he realizes how import religion is to his family.
3. A Cast Divided
Ceejai, Dione and Dean are getting along really well. This is great, except they have become so much of a clique that others are feeling excluded. Namely, Kailah. Her feeling of being excluded has started to manifest itself with little fights with Ceejai, and an ongoing battle with Dione because she is often the butt of his jokes.
4. Take A Hike
The cast as another mission. Production figured that hiking was the more boring part of any Challenge final, so they should turn that into an entire mission on The Real World. So the cast has 90 minutes to hike up a mountain, and if anyone cannot complete it the cast must send someone home. While it’s a long hike, most people are OK aside from Kailah. Because she was drinking the night before, she struggles. The clocks nears 0, and she finally makes it to the top securing her place on the cast. Dione is kind of bummed, because he thought voting Kailah out would have been hilarious.
5. The Resignation
When Chris gets to Utah, he and Kailah are greeted by friends and family. There are hundreds of people resigning from the Church and Chris lines up to send his letter. He puts it in the box, and this makes the beginning of the end. He also gives his speech, where he opens up about his abuse and how the Mormon Church silenced him. While he is lucky enough to find his voice, others are not so lucky and he encourages everyone to stand up for the rights of others.