Fresh Meat has finally decided to discuss who will go into the ARENA, and it’s not going well. Cara Maria doesn’t want to volunteer every time, and tells us that she doesn’t want to go into an endurance arena with Big Easy.
ARENA time. Cara Maria sees the setup, which involves balls, and says she’s “not really good with balls.” Poor Abe. Fresh Meat still hasn’t made a decision, thus giving All Powerful San Diego EVEN MORE POWER.
I like to think it’s coming from their fancy accessories, like Frank’s bangin’ headband or Zach’s fabulous scarf.
For some inexplicable reason, Ashley is the spokeswoman who announces that Camila and Big Easy will be heading in. Good to know she still has a working voice box. Stupid decision, though. Big Easy has a better chance to fuck up a challenge (especially the final one) than Brandon. I feel bad saying that, because I like both of them, but we all know it’s true. The girls are more or less equal, but Frank is all pissy at Camila so they pick her.
Teej asks Easy what happened, but he “don’t give a fuck.” The challenge is Balls Out, and this grand endurance challenge will last… five minutes. Guess Teej can only be bothered to stand around watching this for a certain amount of time. They have to slide 25 large balls on wires above their heads into the other team’s side. Whoever has the most on the other side at the end of five minutes wins.
“Well, our marriage did endure slightly longer than five minutes, so… we’ve totally got this. Can’t you see the confidence in our eyes?”
So, a whole bunch of ball-sliding. I can’t even tell if that sounds dirty, despite the fact that almost everything with the word “ball” should instantly sound dirty. Camila and Big Easy win, 15-10. Danny makes a comment about “having your balls in the right spot.” There we go, that’s dirty enough.
Teej congratulates Fresh Meat and sends Austin on their way. Melinda is proud of herself and Danny for their ability to communicate and handle the situation. Danny wishes Melinda nothing but the best. Well, that was certainly anti-climactic.
Teej informs the remaining players that there are only seven teams left, and no weak ones. Yay for math and subjectivity! He also reminds them that there are two ARENA games left, mental and strategy, and encourages them to “Think about it.”
I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE.
Trey tells Laura that if she wasn’t there, he would go home. Oh good, we haven’t heard that since… St. Thomas. Apparently nobody likes him, everyone hates him, he’s gonna eat some worms. He cries that everyone is just looking for reasons to hate him, and he thinks he’ll be on the chopping block soon. Laura, as always, relishes her chance to play mommy/supportive girlfriend at the same creepy time.