Susie brings the heat back to the Good Guys, as she shows the players how to fight dirty. Conniving to keep herself out of the Inferno, she asks Paula and Colie to take a back seat in the next group challenge, so she can win the life shield --...... Read Full Episode Summary »
While both teams ponder who is best suited for The Inferno, the girls face the possibility of being sent home.
Susie brings the heat back to the Good Guys, as she shows the players how to fight dirty. Conniving to keep herself out of the Inferno, she asks Paula and Colie to take a back seat in the next group challenge, so she can win the life shield -- helping her secure a spot in the challenge, but possibly hurting her team. When some of the Good Guys gather around to talk about whom they should send into the Inferno if Susie gets the life shield, Rachel seems to be the most popular choice.
For their next individual challenge, the girls must use a cord to spin back and forth across a platform lifted over a 1000 feet in the air above a range of mountainous cliffs, while the boys just stand steady on the other end and look pretty. If the cord touches the ground or if any safety harnesses are touched, the boy-girl team is disqualified. After nine teams have been disqualified with only one team left to go, it is up to Alton and Susie to win the group challenge for the Good Guys. The pair is the only team to complete the challenge, and Susie gets the coveted life shield.
Having lost the challenge, the Bad Asses are not pleased. Once back on the bus, Abe confronts Aneesa about giving up and costing him money. Ev jumps in the argument, and she and Aneesa are at it again. With some chatter about the mission being thrown so that Jenn could get a life shield, Jenn gets upset -- saying that she is totally prepared for the Inferno and doesn't need any help.
Once the Good Guys and the Bad Asses have gathered at the Inferno, it's time for the games to be begin. In this Inferno, both opponents must use jousting sticks to hit each others' targets -- which in turn causes their opponent's platform to tilt 15 degrees each time the target is hit until the opponent falls off. The first person to knock their opponent off three times wins. Rachel scores one point, and then another after Jenn breaks the rules -- socking Rachel in the face with her jousting stick. Jenn catches up and the two are tied. With a few final blows to Rachel's target, Jenn is pronounced the winner. Rachel is inconsolably distraught and leaves the ring without even saying goodbye to her team, The Good Guys.