So save yourself some time now, people. Just look at the numbers. Less than one percent (arguably zero, not even one!) of the former reality-show cast members have achieved any sort of lasting fame. Why? Because it doesn't take any talent to be on a show. It just takes personality -- and sometimes that means an "annoying" or "grating" personality. It does not, however, mean that you are good at anything -- acting, or singing, or dancing. It just means that you're good at being you. So go on these shows, but just do not write or talk or complain later about how you thought it would be easier to make it in the business. Because you have now been officially warned.
Okay. "Previously..." The kids get their American Eagle clothing for winning the naked mission. Sarah snots all over the camera, saying she feels great that they've won yet another mission. Kendal camera-talks, as we see shots of the kids' few triumphant moments, about how they now have three-thousand dollars and clothes and surf boards. She sadly refers to it as a "ridiculous amount of prizes." Poor girl has obviously never seen a Showcase Showdown.
Opening credits. Keep your eyes straight ahead and your ears plugged, and most importantly, keep walking. It'll be behind us soon enough.
Eminem plays as the RV drives (get it: "two trailer-park girls"?) and Kendal says they got their NEXTEL DIRECT CONNECT clue and they're going to Lubbock, Texas. Kendal and Eric talk in the RV, totally staged, about how good it feels to win. Eric says that it's a cool prize, adding, "...I guess." Kendal says she's going to trade "it" in for college money. Their last prize was money, so obviously this is out of order. It's funny, though, that they're talking about giving away either their surf shit or the clothes, because really, who wants either? (Unless you're swept away by the magic that is the crapfest Blue Crush.) Kendal camera-whores that she could have six grand at the end of this, and that she needs it for college. She continues, unleashing this wonderful cause-effect relationship between the terrorists and her suddenly not having college money. Yes, Kendal. Their original target was actually the bank where your college fund is, but somehow they got lost and end up in New York. Lovely. Kendal tells Eric she's going to community college. C'mon. How much do you really need for community college? Ten bucks and a bus pass? Eric then defends Kendal, saying that if he weren't a rich-ass white boy, or if the terrorists had flown a plane into his big pile of money, he'd be "devastated." So would we all, because a mind like Eric's is not one that should be wasted. He adds that the prize money (which they'd get to keep by booting Sarah, which is what this is all leading up to, obviously) could help put Kendal back in "university or a junior college." Eric, she said "community college." You can't make your white-trash yak-coat-wearing historically-slutty RV-girlfriend seem smarter than she is. We're not going to buy it.