Back at camp the celebrities are debating if they should let Speidi back in. With Angela claiming that she would leave if they came back I don’t see why there is anything left to decide. It seems like a pretty good deal to get two entertaining people back in exchange for casting away someone who just thinks they’re funny. Daniel Baldwin attempts to give a profound speech about the return of Speidi, which is weird because he definitely just got to camp yesterday. If you were there would you let them back?
During a random chat, Daniel and Janice discover that they both have ADHD… but they prefer to call it an inability to be bored. Apparently Daniel has been toying with different ways to trap rain? This just makes me further question why everyone is in love with this guy. I think the women are just developing some serious jungle fever. The Baldwin brothers team up in a confessional and reveal that they are officially crazy by pretending a piece of wood is a giant grasshopper attacking Janice Dickenson. Speaking of… even though I love her, she is pretty disgusting with her bronchitis and mucus. But she can spit anywhere she wants; I will still love her more than anyone else here.
It’s time for another food trial called “On Your Knees”. Patti and Torrie volunteer to represent the girls and the boys elect John and Daniel. The teams put on knee pads and some weird suspenders in order to compete for a variety of vegetables. Does anyone else think that this challenge is ridiculously harder than anything we’ve seen on the show so far? This trial is huge. We go from reaching into pits of bugs to this crazy obstacle course and giant puzzle. Also, it’s a bit surprising that there aren’t any bugs or snakes thrown in the swamp considering that seems to have been a reoccurring theme so far.
During the food trial John gets stuck in the grid for maybe one second. That seems to be the most excitement that comes from this challenge. I blame it on the lack of creepy crawlies. In the end, surprise surprise, the boys win. Torrie seems pretty devastated, which is understandable considering the girls did try pretty hard. I’ll give them props for this one. Back at camp John states that Patti and Torrie are the best competitors of the girls team. Is that really saying much looking at who they are being compared to? Mrs. Bronchitis and the lethargic duo? Woah physical contact between the hosts! I bet we’ll hear these two are dating soon enough, unless they already are. Finally getting back to work they encourage all of America to vote for which man and woman should face the upcoming ‘flash flood’ food trial.
The celebrities give another try to decide if Heidi and Spencer should be allowed back at camp. As usual, nothing is accomplished. All of us have to wait until Monday night to find out if they can come back. While the celebrities enjoy their last supper together the Baldwin brothers sing a stupid song about John Salley and how he cuts vegetables. Thanks for that. During their bonding experience John attempts to describes each of the celebrity’s roles at camp. The most ridiculous: Stephen Baldwin titled “the white hip-hop kid”.
We finally find out who is being kicked off the show, and goodbye Angela! Hm… am I happy or sad? One of the main people I like to write about (rip on) is her. This feels bittersweet. Oh well, life goes on. Finally, to add another point to my “I Love Janice” scoreboard she screams ‘Not Janice!’ when the hosts explain the voting for the food trail to America. The reel of Angela’s finer moments isn’t very heartwarming. If anything the clip of her attempting yoga is nauseating. Can’t wait to find out is Speidi is coming back. Fingers crossed!
Francis: “The reality stars couldn’t come on this reality show and deal with what is really real. It was too real for them.”
John: “Spencer reminds me of P.Diddy.”
Angela: “Something is definitely dying inside of Janice’s chest.”
Janice: “We are camping Torrie, did you notice? That’s what people do when they camp. They f*cking sh*t outside and they spew loogies.” (Is this in the cub scouts hand book?)
Stephen: “They’re competitive nappers.” (about Frangela)
Tori: “Once those pieces of sponge got wet they were so heavy and so we had a little bit of a disadvantage being girls.” (Excuse? You’re a pro wrestler who can’t carry a wet sponge?)
Francis: “Spencer Pratt is going to be running out of that house of chambers like a crying bitch.”