The Challenge: Vendettas - The Power of Three

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 Dying ! why didnt I noriced this scene last night lolhttps://twitter.com/Challengemtv___/status/951285141309214720

that was so cute.  i've never really liked kayleigh but i'm loving her on the challenge so far.

I like Kayleigh so far lol all the UK people are cool so far

kvm1977 wrote:

richjoe92 wrote:I don't think the format is as convoluted as before. I think initially it'll be three going into interogation, but I'm sure as the seasons go, it might be less frequent to not have unanimous or 2-1 votes.Also, digging Brad not going into Bananas' ass, which puts his comeback leagues better than Derrick's comeback.Even Alton had a better comeback in my opinion than Derrick. Trashelle's still my number 1 comeback out of all the old schoolers. Abe being a close second.

Shane & Veronica had the best returns...Trishelle isn't even close to those two

Nah.... Trishelle was the same mess and drama. I'm not buying into the whole Shane bandwagon.

Trishelle came in swinging and being over the top immediately. Shane actively seeked out drama. I'm a fan of both but I agree that Trishelle's return was more entertaining to watch, although it's clear Shane's return as a whole was conducted way better.

I like Kayleigh so far lol all the UK people are cool so far

Yes, I love all the UK people too! Good choices and I can't wait to see what they get up to in future episodes.

richjoe92 wrote:

I don't think the format is as convoluted as before. I think initially it'll be three going into interogation, but I'm sure as the seasons go, it might be less frequent to not have unanimous or 2-1 votes.Also, digging Brad not going into Bananas' ass, which puts his comeback leagues better than Derrick's comeback.Even Alton had a better comeback in my opinion than Derrick. Trashelle's still my number 1 comeback out of all the old schoolers. Abe being a close second.

Shane & Veronica had the best returns...Trishelle isn't even close to those two

Trishelle had an epic return in her own right.  She came in second place in a hard final with Dusitin, and literally stopped playing missions, mid-mission, because she just didn't want to lol.  I was sad we lost her during Rivals 2 but I'd quit too if they wouldn't give medical attention when needed.  I love that Trishelle, Alton, Shane, Darrell, Veronica, Brad, and Derrick have all resurfaced and I hope it opens the door to more classic vets coming in.  (granted Alton and Trishelle was longer ago then the others but still it started a slow trend that i hope keeps happening.  An even mix of old and new make for the best seasons) 

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kvm1977 wrote:

richjoe92 wrote:I don't think the format is as convoluted as before. I think initially it'll be three going into interogation, but I'm sure as the seasons go, it might be less frequent to not have unanimous or 2-1 votes.Also, digging Brad not going into Bananas' ass, which puts his comeback leagues better than Derrick's comeback.Even Alton had a better comeback in my opinion than Derrick. Trashelle's still my number 1 comeback out of all the old schoolers. Abe being a close second.

Shane & Veronica had the best returns...Trishelle isn't even close to those two

Nah.... Trishelle was the same mess and drama. I'm not buying into the whole Shane bandwagon.

Trishelle came in swinging and being over the top immediately. Shane actively seeked out drama. I'm a fan of both but I agree that Trishelle's return was more entertaining to watch, although it's clear Shane's return as a whole was conducted way better.

Perhaps the love of Shane's comeback is stemming from the fact that he wasn't neccesarily a staple on The Challenge back when he frequent it. Coming back and practically being a protagonist for the majority of the season elevates him a bit more than to someone like Trishelle who known for her dramatics back in her seasons and coming back and delievery her dramatics once more.

I think her drama was just as organic and better conducted than Shane's due to the natural drama of having a falling out with teammates, trying to avoid participating challenges, and etc. Shane to me felt a little more less organic and more manufactured by his own dueing. To me he came on with the knowledge that he has to put on a some kind of drama in order to justify his return for his fans and for production to keep calling him back. He felt a bit too aware.

Albeit, both, and all OG vets have their merit of returning. And I welcome more new-old faces to come on and show out. Cause I'm tire of Cory being a slut and Kailah being pissy about Cara storylines.

They really need to get off this damn format of only having a challenge or elimination in an episode. Stip stretching crap out like you are doing some epic Homer odyessy and give us the action every episode like you used to. The combination of a challenge and an elimination was golden. The sparringly used to be continued was annoying but acceptable. Now every damn episode is basically a to be continued and its killing the pace. 

maibu wrote:

Daddy Joss >>>Such husband potential and material

Get you a man who can clean. I swear if any guy told me to get in the kitchen.... ugh.

Get in the kitchen, I made you a breakfast buffet Wink

They really need to get off this damn format of only having a challenge or elimination in an episode. Stip stretching crap out like you are doing some epic Homer odyessy and give us the action every episode like you used to. The combination of a challenge and an elimination was golden. The sparringly used to be continued was annoying but acceptable. Now every damn episode is basically a to be continued and its killing the pace. 

agreed.  If they could do 30 min episodes with a challenge, elimination, and drama they could easily put both in one episode of the challenge at an hour long length.  It's almost like they're trying to make a new real world out the challenge with all the filler. 

-King Joss *heart eyes* the man is beautiful and seems like he is a triple threat. I wouldn’t mind if he won. I hope he is cast again and decides to come back.

-Cory man, the dumbest shit he ever did was say he had a hit list. Public enemy #1 because you made yourself that. He could’ve aligned with the vets and Johnny wouldn’t be gunning for his ass from the jump. Laaawd the man is making it hard to root for him.

-Brad tho > he wasn’t about to let Johnny run that troika shit which was great. Cause a lot of the other people would’ve let him. He has came back and hasn’t missed a beat. THIS is what I wanted out of Derrick last season.

-I like the UK people, they are def a good addition to the show.

They really need to get off this damn format of only having a challenge or elimination in an episode. Stip stretching crap out like you are doing some epic Homer odyessy and give us the action every episode like you used to. The combination of a challenge and an elimination was golden. The sparringly used to be continued was annoying but acceptable. Now every damn episode is basically a to be continued and its killing the pace. 

Don't disagree with you, but I don't think that's ever going to be a consistent thing again. You have to pay for the additional prize money somehow, and more episode (and the commercials into those extra episodes) pay the bills.

melm3 wrote:

I feel like Cory’s best option to stay out of elimination is to tell Brad and Kyle that the longer he stays, the more time Bananas will be focused on him and less on other players. 

This play sounds smart but it’s never worked on survivor, bb, and the challenge. I’ve even tried it in orgs and it’s never worked lol.

can confirm. 

Also bananas>>>>

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