The Challenge: Double Agents | Season 36 | Aftermath
The ChallengeAftermath: DuplicitySeason 36 •
Devyn Simone sits down with Tori, Nelson, Cory, Devin and Kyle to talk about the Drone Control challenge, Tori's decision to send Fessy into The Crater, and Devin's conflict with Amber M.
S38 • E7Ride or Dies Final Words - Deep Web
The eliminated players lament the puzzle that ultimately led to their defeat and express their disappointment at not being around to watch the remaining teams turn on each other.
S38 • E6Ride or Dies Final Words - Come Michele or High Water
The eliminated pair takes pride in their victories, encourages the team that beat them to carry on their mission and sheds a few tears over lost opportunities.
S38 • E5Ride or Dies Final Words - Get Rich or Ride or Die Tryin'
The defeated team assesses their crucial mistake in the elimination round and encourages the duo that bested them to go back into the house and shake up the game.
S38 • E4Ride or Dies Final Words - Olivin' on the Edge
After running out of steam in a grueling elimination contest, one partner takes the blame for letting down their teammate, and both players voice their hope of returning to compete again.
S38Jordan & Aneesa
Jordan and Aneesa discuss their long history of success and how they plan to continue their track record of loyalty, fair play and hard-fought wins this season.
S38 • E3Ride or Dies Final Words - A Bumpy Ride
The eliminated players reveal they have no hard feelings toward the team that bested them in a hard-fought elimination and discuss what they learned this season.
S38Vets on Rookies
The veteran contestants ponder their first impressions of the rookies, admitting physical size and strength aren't always keys to success and eliminations are rarely predictable.
S38Leader of the Duo
The teams explain (or debate) who's the true leader in each pair, offer hints about their game-play strategies and describe what they've learned from their partner's past seasons.
S38Why Representation Matters
The LGBTQ+ cast members reflect on their earliest memories of queer representation on TV and celebrate this season's wide-ranging, openhearted attitude toward inclusivity.