This week is a two-header as duos team up for a chance to win $5,000.
EBONY & BRANDON - A married couple, 30 and 29 years old
DENISE & ARLENE - Best friends, 32 and 33 years old
RAVEN & JASON - A married couple, 28 and 35 years old
MATT & ROBERT - Best friends, 21 and 25 years old
CHALLENGE 1 - DONUT SHOP
One by one, the contestants must identify the mystery fillings in six donuts. The first teammate tastes the first donut - wasabi flavored - and the second teammate gets off easy with lemon! When the second is coffee grounds and third is chocolate, the first teammates are ready to revolt, but when their partners get a hair-filled donut, but don’t know which body part the hair came from, the score evens out. Denise and Arlene are eliminated from this round - they lost a ton of time calling wasabi, “wasaki”!
CHALLENGE 2 - HANDLE WITH CARE
The remaining three teams have to transfer items from one tank to another, with one teammate handing the items off to their partner across a waist-high pole. In the tank are liver, a live pigeon, a cactus, and a live lizard. Nearly everyone reaches for the liver first, setting them up for gruesome expectations of what’s to come. When Ebony hits the cactus, she can’t figure a way to pick it up without getting hurt, and that hesitation costs them the game.
CHALLENGE 3 - TUB FOR TWO
Each pair sits in a tank of cold water as buckets of mystery objects are poured over them. Raven guesses the first item - squid - right off the bat, and both teams guess right on orange slices, as well. Men’s ties are a little trickier to guess, but everyone’s back on track when live fish start bumping into their legs. Raven tells Jason to stop throwing things at her (which he denies doing), but his prank may have cost them the game, because Matt and Robert come in with a quicker time than Jason and Raven, who are plunged down a black hole!
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