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Surviving the Amazon, Episode 7: Hey Hey Hey, Goodbye!Page 2
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Discussion turns to sex and Christy is asked where the strangest place she's ever had sex was. She says it was at the fireworks on the Fourth of July. Dave privately notes that it was great to be swapping sex-talk stories. But Rob really dislikes Dave (there's a newsflash), saying Dave thinks he's really slick and smart, a real ladies man. He hopes the girls are solid enough to stand up to him.
The sex stories eventually get around to Rob, who says he doesn't have many good sex stories. Privately he says he hardly has any sex stories. Most involve him and a fat girl. I'm sure anybody who has ever dated Rob just loves that. At one point the story at camp turns to him unable to ask a girl for a threesome. Heidi chimes in that he'd be surprised, if he said something, at how quickly women would go for it. She asks Jenna if she agrees. Yup. Many young men in Heidi's school district now suddenly have a whole new view of her, and bathroom stalls are going to be busy places after P.E.
Rob finds himself rethinking the final three since he has found out about Heidi's and Jenna's ideas on threesomes.
It's morning, and as the rest of the camp is still sleeping - emphasized with many shots of empty beer cans - Roger is up and chopping… loudly. The others groggily give him very dirty looks. Rob says Roger has no idea how much of a jerk he is and how nobody likes him. Deena says she and Rob engineered a turnaround - it's no longer a battle of the sexes, but a battle of weaker vs. stronger. Roger is so freaking cocky. She says the top three are her, Rob, and Jenna. I wonder if Rob has asked her how she feels about threesomes…
Deena continues on her semi-rant as Dave, Matt, and Butch are reeling in the fish. She says Roger, Butch, and Dave think they have the game all sewn up. But she's going to play 'em hard and beat 'em at their own game. She won't just lie down, the game is hers. Roger is gone first and then Dave.
But first there must be an immunity challenge! They row out to a boat where Probst awaits them. He says this one is all about willpower. I disagree - as we'll see in a second, it's about willpower and leg strength. The challenge is to stand on a four inch by twelve inch perch in the middle of the water. If they jump or fall off or their hands touch the perch, they're out. Last one standing wins.
As the game begins, Roger almost falls off immediately, but regains his balance. Butch says his old bones aren't what they used to be. Probst reminds them that they know what might be in the water, so when they go in, they need to swim quickly over to the boat. Yeesh. He also says there will be some temptations along the way.
Here is where things get a little weird. Jenna says she'd take her clothes off for some chocolate and peanut butter. Rob yells tersely, "Get the girls some chocolate and peanut butter, Probst!" Heh. Heidi says she's in, too. So Probst produces two ice cold colas (what happened to Coke as a sponsor?), a heaping plate of peanut butter, and chocolate cookies. The girls start stripping. Butch keeps saying, "I'm not looking!" Probst mentions that nobody is looking, but Dave says he certainly is! And Rob mouths, "Wow!" Lots of pixelation here, folks. Tops and bottoms, both off. And once again those bathroom stalls at Heidi's school district will be even busier - pause and rewind buttons will probably be worn off of VCR remotes as well as attempts are made to see if the pixelation is complete.
After the strip act, both Jenna and Heidi jump in and swim to the boat to get their winnings. Now, as I said, this is the weird part. Probst was going to offer food - everybody knew that and he even said so. So why did they have to strip to get it? Was something edited out that explained this strange behavior? I'm not really sure. But, hey, the guys there certainly weren't complaining (well, other than Butch).
A few minutes later, Roger says he's had it and notes that it "won't be as spectacular as the two women" as he jumps in. Jenna gives a quick thumbs-up to Deena, who returns it. Mind you, Roger got nothing for dropping out when he did.
The rain rolls in, along with wind. After a total of an hour, he offers up piping hot pizza. Butch, Rob, and Alex all jump in to share the prize. At an hour and a half, the wind and rain still whipping around them, Deena yells, "Is this all you got?!" Probst asks her how long she thinks she can last. She replies that she outlasted Roger and that's all that really matters. Heh.
At the two-hour mark, Probst offers hot buffalo wings. Dave and Matt jump in. This leaves only Deena and Christy.
At two-and-a-half hours, a plate of spaghetti and meatballs are put up. Christy asks if garlic bread is included, but it's not. Apparently, that was the make-or-break item. But wait - she and Deena agree to split the food. One has to jump in, though. They do the old Clarene/Teresa method and play rock/paper/scissors. Christy loses and jumps in. Deena wins immunity! Probst notes that Deena negotiated like only an attorney could - she gets both the food and immunity!
Later, Rob says he knew the only way Roger could win immunity would be if the contest were "Name That Perry Como Song" or what type of prune is this or something similar. Alex says it worked out better than expected - naked chicks, pizza, and Roger jumping off and getting nothing! Roger has no idea he's going.<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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