10 Biggest Flops from the 2010’s

A decade is a long time, and a lot can happen over the course of ten years. Some good things, some bad, and we’ve seen a lot of changes on The Challenge. As the decade ends, I want to look at the best of the worst. These flops can be anything: a competitor, a single appearance, a twist, or an entire season. It’s mostly meant … Continue reading 10 Biggest Flops from the 2010’s

What We Learned from the War of the Worlds 2 Reunion

Last night we saw the two-hour War of the Worlds 2 reunion hosted by Champs vs. Stars Alumnae Justina Valentina and professional mumbler Nick “Swaggy P” Young.  The show presented us with a lot of rehashed drama mixed with some new tidbits of information. In terms of the information learned, I would definitely say the War of the Worlds 1 reunion was more informative. Still, … Continue reading What We Learned from the War of the Worlds 2 Reunion

People Who Won a Lot, But Still Missed the Final

On Wednesday’s episode we saw Theo go home. He had been fighting an uphill battle, but Providing Ground #4 sent him packing. He fought through three eliminations and made it far into the game only to lose. Meanwhile, some of the guys on his team haven’t been in a single elimination yet. Theo isn’t alone. Here are some people who won multiple eliminations only to … Continue reading People Who Won a Lot, But Still Missed the Final

The Cult of Cara: Are They Playing a Good Game?

This week Georgia complained about the “Cult of Cara” targeting her friends in the game. While this group really isn’t a “cult,” it is a clear alliance. We seldom see alliances so clearly defined on The Challenge, but Cara’s alliance is pretty transparent. On Team USA we have: Cara Maria, Paulie, Kam, Ashley, and Ninja. One Team UK we have: Joss, Rogan, Kayleigh and Dee. … Continue reading The Cult of Cara: Are They Playing a Good Game?

The Challenge War of the Worlds 2: Top Moments from Episode 8

Can Team UK finally beat Team US. Simply put: No. 1. Stacked Competition The challenge is called Crate Expectations and teams need to tack 125 crates to retrieve and deposit twelve relics. The crates are heavy and must be moved from relic to relic to get each one. Team US has one more player, so they have the advantage, but this week is important because … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds 2: Top Moments from Episode 8

Why Faith Stowers Really Left War of the Worlds 2

Despite quitting on War of the Worlds 2, Faith has been the talk of the week. She’s gone on record to justify her leaving the show, and has been accusing some of the boys in the house of bullying her. But, there’s more to the story than what we’ve seen. We kind of saw this, but a good deal of the cast mates were sick. Wes … Continue reading Why Faith Stowers Really Left War of the Worlds 2

The Challenge War of the Worlds 2: Top Moments from Episode 2

Idris is back on Team UK, and we’re back for another challenge. 1. Cryptic Messaging  The teams arrive for their challenge, but Team UK is informed Zahida is gone. Her grandmother passed away, so she needs to be with her family. This leaves Team UK down 2 people, meaning two people will need to swim twice in Cryptic Crossbow. This challenge requires players to swim … Continue reading The Challenge War of the Worlds 2: Top Moments from Episode 2