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Previously: “Sarah had her eyes on Alton,” because duh. Austin lost and San Diego won, sending in Fresh Meat, who are a dysfunctional mess and had to be told by San Diego that Big Easy and Camila were going in. In the end, Fresh Meat eliminated the remaining Austin team members.
Big Easy is showing Devyn some exercises, and tells us she’s his type. Devyn, meanwhile, refers to Easy as a “good old country boy” and herself as a “pageant princess,” whatever all that is supposed to mean.
Sarah and Alton are also doing some light exercises as Sarah insists that she would rather be comfortable than rich or filthy rich.
Sarah and Alton are totally crushing on each other because they apparently both like surfing and rock climbing. Alton thinks they could be BFF’s in real life. Trishelle, on the other hand, was apparently warned about the manipulative ways of Sarah before arriving in Turkey. Ummm… really? If so, she’s both so good at it that the editors don’t show it and simultaneously so bad at it that she keeps getting sent home earlier and earlier every time.
Seriously, am I missing something? Sarah of all people seems like one of the more straightforward players who manages to get by because she’s one of the stronger challengers and she’s usually good at puzzles. Trishelle must know something I don’t, though, and she’s worried Alton is being manipulated because he’s apparently an easy target.
Camila’s got a clue! “Some of you have hooked up with one another in the past. Let’s hope it doesn’t sink you at tomorrow’s challenge.”
Knight reminds us that he and his fellow New Orleans teammates are aligned with Cancun, Vegas, and San Diego. He thinks people probably consider them the weakest team (out of those four? Definitely.) so he’s hoping people will want to keep his team around until the end.
Trishelle informs us that the alliance’s plan was to get rid of Austin, then Fresh Meat and then Brooklyn, but Sarah’s flirtation with Alton is apparently screwing up that plan already, even though so far it’s working out fine. Meanwhile Sarah and Alton cuddle in bed as Sarah “reluctantly” admits to us that she’s got feeling for Alton.
Challenge time! Devyn reminds us that she is Amateur Hour by complaining about the heights and water. It is called Hook, Line, and Sinker. Basically, the teams will have hooks above their heads connected to footholds, and they have to have a giant five-legged race by hooking their way up several bars to the top and then down several bars to the opposite platform. 20 minute time limit, fastest team is Power Couple, etc. San Diego won the last challenge and so decides the order, you all know the drill by now.