Winner, of course, is between Vegas and Brooklyn. And who will be our final Power Team, and in turn receive a ticket to the final?
It’s amazing how quickly enemies become friends when winning is involved.
Dustin is amusingly incredulous that he and Trishelle managed to win a challenge, just the two of them. Because, you know, this one involed so very much in the teamwork department. Teej tells them they have to pick Cancun’s ARENA opponents… right now! They pretend to hem and haw for a minute, Sarah looks kind of worried (even though it wouldn’t be her turn to go in anyway), but of course they pick San Diego. Trishelle claims it’s because they have two players who have yet to see an ARENA, and not because some of them have a tendency to be insufferable pricks.
Vegas chooses the Strategy ARENA, and Sam reminds us that she and Zach have won two, so it is now Frank and Ashley’s turn to earn their keep. Chet is thrilled to have made the final, and that Jonna will have to go against her Bone Buddy’s team after failing to sleep her way all the way to the final.
Back at the house, Zach/Sam and others laugh about Ashley’s screw-up driving the ATV and Frank’s subsequent plop into the water. Frank hasn’t had anything to get butthurt about in like five minutes, so he latches on to this and tells Ashley about how his feelings have a boo-boo.
Meanwhile, Ashley appears to have gotten so good at dealing with Frank that she can now do it in her sleep.
Frank says he can’t stand listening to that from people who are so dumb, they deserve to “shine my shoes… at the very most.” Wow, I’m sure Sam will really appreciate that after she spent her time in San Diego attempting to help you come to terms with your sexuality. What a dick.
He goes on to say that all she did today was drive an ATV, and all she did for her ARENA’s was “memorize colors, which is something they do in kindergarten, and you knocked over a 75-pound girl.” He accuses Sam of trying to make him look bad, which he does not appreciate. So at this point, Frank has pretty much accused everyone in the house of making him look bad, EXCEPT HIMSELF, right?
Because, you know, up until Sam pointed ASHLEY’S minor error, Frank seemed like such a delightful human being.
The next morning, Sarah attempts to give Jonna and Derek advice on how to do well in the ARENA despite
her hatred of people who bone their way to the final not being Jonna’s biggest fan. She tells them to keep looking ahead for their next move, hoping that they can send San Diego packing and leave Brooklyn as the only four person team in the final. Question: There are only three prizes, so if four teams ended up in the final, would the fourth place team get no money? Because I could get behind that plan.