Not so much loving Hayden and Aaron, whom we see punked out by the side of the road, waiting for a rescue. Aaron makes a deal with the guy who finally comes to help them, that they'll meet him up at the nearby exit, which is very close, and makes perfect sense, because otherwise, the guy would presumably have to bring the car all the way back to the previous exit and work his way back up in order to get back to them. Much easier to just scoot the dead car up to the exit so that they guy can come right there. Hayden refuses to accept this, insisting that Aaron not push the car up to the exit. "Aaron, you have not done anything right today," she says. Lovely. That's hot. That's going to get her a lot of pit-stop sex. In fact, Hayden goes so far as to try to physically impede Aaron's attempt to push the car, even after he has it rolling. She (but no one watching) gets lucky when the car does not roll over her whiny ass. Unsurprisingly, they are eventually rescued, and for some reason, they wind up both apologizing, which seems unnecessary to me. Whatever.
Cannon/catapult. Yeah, that was a tough call.
And then things in this episode come to a rapid and unsatisfying conclusion as Lori and Bolo lag, and they look doomed, and that pretty much brings you up to date. Will the rasslers find a way out? Will something else happen? Will another elimination ever air? You will just have to tune in next week when it appears that we will finally find out the answers to these questions. Until then, Happy New Year. No, seriously. Happy New Year! My count is that I wrote ninety-eight recaps in 2004. (Doesn't that suck? Where are those last two I needed for my million-dollar bonus?) All you nice people make me feel slightly less crazy for that, and I don't mean that in the bad way.