Ten People Basically Edited Out of Seasons

The second half of Total Madness saw Dee vanish from our screens. Production stated they would continue airing the season “as normal,” but clearly there has been a lot of chopping on the edit. Camila received a similar edit on Dirty Thirty after her racist tirade, receiving no confessionals. Meanwhile, other competitors have appeared on Challenges but barely got any recognition. While they never formally … Continue reading Ten People Basically Edited Out of Seasons

Ten Most Feared Challenge Rookies

Each season of The Challenge, we get some newbies thrown into the mix. Typically, we get a bunch of sacrificial lambs, but we occasionally we see newbies who intimidate the veterans. Sometimes these people live up to the expectations, other times their popcorn muscles turn them into flops. This week we saw Fessy take out Jordan, proving he’s a solid competitor. Sure, Jordan did have … Continue reading Ten Most Feared Challenge Rookies

11 Gray Zone Instances of Violence on The Challenge

On The Challenge, you punch someone and you’re gone. As we saw this week, spitting won’t get you the same punishment. In fact, The Challenge has been quite inconsistent with their acts of violence. While some instances get punished, others just get a slap on the wrist. These physical alternations fall into the gray zone. They’re clearly not acceptable, but they’re also not ground for … Continue reading 11 Gray Zone Instances of Violence on The Challenge

10 Most Embarrassing Elimination Losses

The Challenge has given us a lot of opportunities for people to prove themselves. Sometimes, we see people thrive under pressure. Other times, we see people fumble and lose when the odds were in their favor. Here are some of the elimination losses that are embarrassing for the loser involved. All factors will be considered, such as the elimination itself and the relationship between the … Continue reading 10 Most Embarrassing Elimination Losses

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

Leroy Garrett: One of the Best or One of the Worst?

After analyzing Danny last week, I was surprised by how many people compared him to Leroy. I know Leroy doesn’t have the best record, but I wouldn’t call him the worst. At this point in time, he’s about to embark on his eleventh season. He was the most appearances for a male who hasn’t won, but he’s only seen three finals. Of course, I omit … Continue reading Leroy Garrett: One of the Best or One of the Worst?

Ten Challengers Who We Thought Would Do Better

Every so often, we’re introduced to a newbie who seems perfect for The Challenge. Maybe they had an athletic past, seemed to be a political mastermind, or had muscles for days. Then, they got their Challenge jerseys and flopped. These are those people who may not have the ability to reach the potential I thought they had: Laterrian: On the Extreme Challenge and Battle of … Continue reading Ten Challengers Who We Thought Would Do Better

Wes’s Elimination History: The Highs and the Lows

This week we saw Wes face Devin in elimination and pull off a win, leaving him with a 5-0 record on Champs vs. Stars/Pros spin off series. Added to his 13-6 elimination record on the regular Challenge, and Wes has an impressive 19 wins with a total of 25 elimination appearances. This is record-making material, so of course we’ve seen some highs and lows throughout … Continue reading Wes’s Elimination History: The Highs and the Lows

Why Wasn’t Camila Kicked Off?

After an offensive and potentially dangerous evening, we saw the most shocking Camilinator appearance yet. While Camila was forced to stay in a hotel, which I believe the first time we’ve ever seen that on a Challenge, she was able to return to the house and continue with the game. Many fans are outraged, claiming Camila’s behavior warranted her departure from the competition. In regards … Continue reading Why Wasn’t Camila Kicked Off?

10 Challengers Who Have the Best Luck With Partners

It seems like every season we have someone like Briana who gets sent home because her partner decides to leave. Or there are people like Johnny R. who could perform well, but their partners seem to perform terribly. On the other hand, there are people who come on the show season after season and get great luck with partners. This list is for people people … Continue reading 10 Challengers Who Have the Best Luck With Partners

Partners Who Cost Their Teammates the Game

Partner Challenges have become the norm in recent Challenge seasons, and every so often we see a person choke so badly that they end the game for their team. These are some of the people who did this, despite the fact that they may get an A for effort. On this list, I am excluding people who refused to compete or were forced to leave, … Continue reading Partners Who Cost Their Teammates the Game

The History of Violence on The Real World

This week on The Real World, we saw another fight. Repercussions against the initiator were minimal, and production basically did nothing to stop the violence. While many viewers feel Violetta and Sylvia should have been removed from the house, the fact that they weren’t is not unusual. Over the course of its 30 seasons, the Real World has seen a number of physical encounters. Ultimately, … Continue reading The History of Violence on The Real World