Back at Camp Forza, Debbie admires Tyson's immunity necklace. He lets her wear it, then interviews that once again, that he kicked ass. He offers his phone number to any women who ask for it. That's one line I won't be in. I'd rather date a guy who was nice and not creepy than a guy who runs around naked for no reason and is good at clinging onto a pole. It starts to rain, and Stephen interviews that as time went by and Joe still hadn't returned from the challenge, everyone started to figure out that something was really wrong. "I hope Joe's okay," Erinn says, shitting herself. Stephen says that he's hoping that the alliance with Tyson, Douche, and Debbie is genuine and Brendan will be going home tonight, but he's not sure how much he can really trust them. Everyone huddles under an umbrella to escape the rain and talk about the challenge, except for J.T. and Stephen, who walk away conspicuously. With them gone, only the Tempura people remain (apparently Taj is off doing an interview or snoozing in the hut), so they start to talk about who should go tonight. Tyson wonders if they should target J.T. instead of Joe. Erinn, of course, rallies for J.T. Tyson agrees to that. Tyson interviews that he has no intention of voting J.T. out and was just lying, which brings him pleasure. He says he's never liked Sierra, who is only on this show to "give hope to stupid people around the world." Well, why are you on this show, Tyson? To give hope to quirky Mormon professional cyclists with sociopathic tendencies? In an effort to be funny, Tyson then blathers on about how Brendan has felt Tyson's warm breath on his neck and back, but that's only because he's keeping his enemies closer than his friends. Tyson must have been so mad when Jon Heder came along and stole his thunder.
Episode Report CardSara M: D | 1841 USERS: C+
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