Erica is getting anxious, she is wanting to run someone, to hunt, to taste blood. Luke Tipple announces that the day two hunt will end in five minutes, sending the Hunt Team freerunning toward the lime and red teams. The red team takes off, merely a neighboring blur to the surprisingly slow lime time. In the last moments of the day two hunt, Ryan and Erica tag Rebecca, who slips and twists her ankle. She's all "ow ow ow," but no one cares. This is bad for Kellee and Marlina, who will surely be sacrificed in favor of competing against a gimp.
The other prey teams seem to agree that the lime team basically sucks and would be nice to keep around. The only thing that can get Rebecca and James out of there now is a doctor's note. James and Rebecca plan to rely on their wits and mental game. Rebecca admits that her ankle is doing just fine. It's all … mental game. Crafty lime team.
The teams are split between the love of the game or voting strategically. The teams start to form alliances, but there's no time to even learn who the white team is, let alone delve into the complexities of each alliance. The voting process is complicated enough.
Each team votes with a talon for the team they want to eliminate. Something about bridges falling, you know the drill. A team is eliminated if they get more than six votes. The red team votes first, placing a talon on the yellow team's side. The pink team votes for the yellow team, the gray team votes for the lime team because of the injury. The black team votes for the yellow team and the lime team exchanges smug glances. The gold team also votes for the yellow team, and so does the green team. The wing men have the last vote that matters, and kick the yellow team to the curb. The lime team is back on the field to doodle around a little more.
Seriously, though, did we even meet all the teams? I keep seeing glimpses of an Asian girl. There was a disclaimer at the end that said "one team in this episode had to be replaced by an alternate team due to medical reasons." So, there's that. Will this show be good? I can't tell yet. I think I like it, but it needs a little more oomph to set it apart from playing Kick the Can in the dark with your buddies.