The Challenge: Vendettas - Vendettas Never Die

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Nicole and Laurel are better as friends they both need to realize that. 

Kailah isn't a flop, but she needs to stop talking as if she's on Cara Maria's level. She has done nothing to suggest that she's in that tier. She's closer to the Jenna/Sylvia solid level than Cara at this point.  Kailah isn't bad, but there's a lot more talking than production to date. 

So has anyone talked about the sword peg part of the final and how it seemed super easy. It didn't even seem as though they were playing it like the bar version. (Jump a peg and remove jumped peg, jump another peg and remove jumped peg, it just seemed as though they were removing them 3 and 1 at a time with no rhyme or reason. Did I miss something?

So has anyone talked about the sword peg part of the final and how it seemed super easy. It didn't even seem as though they were playing it like the bar version. (Jump a peg and remove jumped peg, jump another peg and remove jumped peg, it just seemed as though they were removing them 3 and 1 at a time with no rhyme or reason. Did I miss something?

I think most of them made a deal saying lets get rid of all the swords 3 at a time and whoever "wins" just give the other person the hot chocolate. It was smart instead of wasting time actually playing the game. 

Worst final ever. Gauntlet 2 levels of trash. 

I actually liked the concept of the final and followed it a lot better than I did with a lot of the previous ones but it was not thought out correctly. If they were splitting up the final 4 into 2 guys and 3 gurls,  Guys should have went against guys in that sword game and girls against girls.... they shouldnt pick and choose which stages are same sex facing off and opposites.  Didnt make sense at all.   

I actually liked the concept of the final and followed it a lot better than I did with a lot of the previous ones but it was not thought out correctly. If they were splitting up the final 4 into 2 guys and 3 gurls,  Guys should have went against guys in that sword game and girls against girls.... they shouldnt pick and choose which stages are same sex facing off and opposites.  Didnt make sense at all.   

I'm against having to wait for anyone else running the final. Though it wasn't looking good for Tony, I'm sure having to wait for either Kailah or Kam absolutely killed his time.

They should've just had producers dressed in iron armor or something play against them.

challenge13 wrote:

I actually liked the concept of the final and followed it a lot better than I did with a lot of the previous ones but it was not thought out correctly. If they were splitting up the final 4 into 2 guys and 3 gurls,  Guys should have went against guys in that sword game and girls against girls.... they shouldnt pick and choose which stages are same sex facing off and opposites.  Didnt make sense at all.   

I'm against having to wait for anyone else running the final. Though it wasn't looking good for Tony, I'm sure having to wait for either Kailah or Kam absolutely killed his time.They should've just had producers dressed in iron armor or something play against them.

agreed

KingoftheTrill wrote:

Also someone needs to do a side by side of Nicole's smug face when she stole Cara's torch to when she was on the ground crying. 

Ask and you shall receive

Wouldn't that confessional be after she got DQ'd?

My face when Tony started to flop

fresh1721 wrote:

So has anyone talked about the sword peg part of the final and how it seemed super easy. It didn't even seem as though they were playing it like the bar version. (Jump a peg and remove jumped peg, jump another peg and remove jumped peg, it just seemed as though they were removing them 3 and 1 at a time with no rhyme or reason. Did I miss something?

I think most of them made a deal saying lets get rid of all the swords 3 at a time and whoever "wins" just give the other person the hot chocolate. It was smart instead of wasting time actually playing the game. 

But it didn't seem like there was a game to it. It just seemed like each removed 3 at a time. it seemed like there was no strategy at all just removing swords. Am I wrong?

Honestly I liked the final. It wasn't crazy hard, it wasn't staying overnight, it was climbing moutains and other rediculous shit they do on finals nowadays. It was simple and easy and kinda fun to watch. I really wish they would do finals like this more often. Last Time I enjoyed a final like this is Bloodlines(Speaking of Which they need to do another city final).

Only things I didn't like is that Card thing with Backpack and Melissa and The Sword thing. I didn't like that they had to wait for people to get their. Like someone said they should've had someone dressed in Armor play with them so they didn't have to wait. 

So all I got left to root for is Kyle....GO KYLE!  DO IT FOR THE SHORE BABY!!

Dissapointed to see Tony and Kam not be in the 2nd part but you know what? They both had good showings this season and I was happy to see my favs do well. Neither of them have anything to be ashamed of because they both Kicked ***.

 

the editing is hot garbage

Final was good but there shoulddn't have been a pause between stage 1 and 2...plus the last 4 should've been eliminated but kept the money.

Wouldn't that confessional be after she got DQ'd?

That confessional was for the scene right after Cara got mad at her for stealing her torches. Still before she stumbled in that puddle and fell down. I had to watch the scene to get the shot of her smiling.

Edit: Or you mean that it would have been filmed afterward? Yes, I can go back and look for other cocky faces she made too.

KChallenge10 wrote:

fresh1721 wrote:So has anyone talked about the sword peg part of the final and how it seemed super easy. It didn't even seem as though they were playing it like the bar version. (Jump a peg and remove jumped peg, jump another peg and remove jumped peg, it just seemed as though they were removing them 3 and 1 at a time with no rhyme or reason. Did I miss something?

I think most of them made a deal saying lets get rid of all the swords 3 at a time and whoever "wins" just give the other person the hot chocolate. It was smart instead of wasting time actually playing the game. 

But it didn't seem like there was a game to it. It just seemed like each removed 3 at a time. it seemed like there was no strategy at all just removing swords. Am I wrong?

I personally didn't get the game but people were saying it was like the bar game "pegs". I've never played or heard of it so no clue lol 

fresh1721 wrote:

KChallenge10 wrote:

fresh1721 wrote:So has anyone talked about the sword peg part of the final and how it seemed super easy. It didn't even seem as though they were playing it like the bar version. (Jump a peg and remove jumped peg, jump another peg and remove jumped peg, it just seemed as though they were removing them 3 and 1 at a time with no rhyme or reason. Did I miss something?

I think most of them made a deal saying lets get rid of all the swords 3 at a time and whoever "wins" just give the other person the hot chocolate. It was smart instead of wasting time actually playing the game. 

But it didn't seem like there was a game to it. It just seemed like each removed 3 at a time. it seemed like there was no strategy at all just removing swords. Am I wrong?

I personally didn't get the game but people were saying it was like the bar game "pegs". I've never played or heard of it so no clue lol 

Yeah in the bar game pegs you jump one peg with another and remove the one that you jumped like checkers. And continue until you are down to just one remaining. But it seemed like they were just removing swords without playing the game. Either it was filmed poorly or monitored poorly during filming and the first group just started removing the swords without actually playing the game and production didn't catch them so they allowed every pair to do the same.

I think they’re told to act in the moment when doing confessionals which is why people who flop talk big despite failing —>Kailah

I think they’re told to act in the moment when doing confessionals which is why people who flop talk big despite failing —>Kailah

Yeah they all do it. Kailah just takes it to a whole new level lol

Kam had a great season simply because she didnt work out prior to this show and never seen the show according to her interviews. I think if she did some endurance training she could definitely win one of these easily.

Kyle as well, They were both rookies of the season. 

Unlike Tori, I feel like Kam and Kyle actually made their marks on their debut season and both did impressive things.

Kailah disappointed me so far in this final TBH.

Also I hope Zach doesnt win I NEVER found him likeable.

Kam had a great season simply because she didnt work out prior to this show and never seen the show according to her interviews. I think if she did some endurance training she could definitely win one of these easily.Kyle as well, They were both rookies of the season. Unlike Tori, I feel like Kam and Kyle actually made their marks on their debut season and both did impressive things.Kailah disappointed me so far in this final TBH.

I think they all made their mark. Kam killed it in eliminations and caused issues because she didn't want to kiss ***. The difference with Kyle and Tori is no one expected Kyle to do well while Tori was impressive all season. I'd rank Tori and Kam equal with Kyle behind them in terms of recent rookie performances. 

Cochroach wrote:

Kam had a great season simply because she didnt work out prior to this show and never seen the show according to her interviews. I think if she did some endurance training she could definitely win one of these easily.Kyle as well, They were both rookies of the season. Unlike Tori, I feel like Kam and Kyle actually made their marks on their debut season and both did impressive things.Kailah disappointed me so far in this final TBH.

I think they all made their mark. Kam killed it in eliminations and caused issues because she didn't want to kiss ***. The difference with Kyle and Tori is no one expected Kyle to do well while Tori was impressive all season. I'd rank Tori and Kam equal with Kyle behind them in terms of recent rookie performances. 

WHHHAAAT?! Kyle deserves to be over Kam and Tori. He was in the Troika several times. He make Tony take the blame for nominating Bananas (although Tony also deserves some credit), his name was barely in anyone's mouth until the last Troikas. In terms of the game, you never actually want to be in eliminations. Kam was in three. She did well and killed it, but she misplayed grenenades and was opted to be in eliminations. Tori played between alliances as well. Politically Kyle and Tori did good, and they both performed well enough to avoid being deemed super weak.

So in terms of rookie performance: Kyle>Tori>Kam.

KChallenge10 wrote:

Cochroach wrote:Kam had a great season simply because she didnt work out prior to this show and never seen the show according to her interviews. I think if she did some endurance training she could definitely win one of these easily.Kyle as well, They were both rookies of the season. Unlike Tori, I feel like Kam and Kyle actually made their marks on their debut season and both did impressive things.Kailah disappointed me so far in this final TBH.

I think they all made their mark. Kam killed it in eliminations and caused issues because she didn't want to kiss ***. The difference with Kyle and Tori is no one expected Kyle to do well while Tori was impressive all season. I'd rank Tori and Kam equal with Kyle behind them in terms of recent rookie performances. 

WHHHAAAT?! Kyle deserves to be over Kam and Tori. He was in the Troika several times. He make Tony take the blame for nominating Bananas (although Tony also deserves some credit), his name was barely in anyone's mouth until the last Troikas. In terms of the game, you never actually want to be in eliminations. Kam was in three. She did well and killed it, but she misplayed grenenades and was opted to be in eliminations. Tori played between alliances as well. Politically Kyle and Tori did good, and they both performed well enough to avoid being deemed super weak.So in terms of rookie performance: Kyle>Tori>Kam.

I meant it more as they made their mark. Kyle played more of a quiet underdog game while Tori and Kam were more prominent (eliminations + drama). If in a few years you look back at Vendettas and think of the rookies Kam would be the first person that pops up as she left a bigger mark than Kyle on the show as a whole. This is all opinion though as maybe Kyle was more of a prominent character for you. 

Kyle played the best rookie game in a long *** time. I love Kam but no contest he had a far superior rookie season. 

richjoe92 wrote:

KChallenge10 wrote:

Cochroach wrote:Kam had a great season simply because she didnt work out prior to this show and never seen the show according to her interviews. I think if she did some endurance training she could definitely win one of these easily.Kyle as well, They were both rookies of the season. Unlike Tori, I feel like Kam and Kyle actually made their marks on their debut season and both did impressive things.Kailah disappointed me so far in this final TBH.

I think they all made their mark. Kam killed it in eliminations and caused issues because she didn't want to kiss ***. The difference with Kyle and Tori is no one expected Kyle to do well while Tori was impressive all season. I'd rank Tori and Kam equal with Kyle behind them in terms of recent rookie performances. 

WHHHAAAT?! Kyle deserves to be over Kam and Tori. He was in the Troika several times. He make Tony take the blame for nominating Bananas (although Tony also deserves some credit), his name was barely in anyone's mouth until the last Troikas. In terms of the game, you never actually want to be in eliminations. Kam was in three. She did well and killed it, but she misplayed grenenades and was opted to be in eliminations. Tori played between alliances as well. Politically Kyle and Tori did good, and they both performed well enough to avoid being deemed super weak.So in terms of rookie performance: Kyle>Tori>Kam.

I meant it more as they made their mark. Kyle played more of a quiet underdog game while Tori and Kam were more prominent (eliminations + drama). If in a few years you look back at Vendettas and think of the rookies Kam would be the first person that pops up as she left a bigger mark than Kyle on the show as a whole. This is all opinion though as maybe Kyle was more of a prominent character for you. 

Oh, in terms of a character worth, I guess Kam is more prominent that Kyle. I think since I'm a Cara fan, I'll easily associate Kyle as her boo thang that season, and Kam as the girl that kept giving her the grenades. But to the genreal public, I think Kam has Kyle beat. And Tori has Kyle beat beacuase producers kept shoving her in our face, despite her having not too much content or character development.

Naw, Kam is still "rookie of the year lil bish"

Naw, Kam is still "rookie of the year lil bish"

I feel like the mercenary twist should have been at the sword game it would’ve made it more interesting 

I feel like the mercenary twist should have been at the sword game it would’ve made it more interesting 

There is nothing you can do to make the sword thing  interesting.

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