Trolls, cows and layups. That’s just a few fun things that went down on the season finale of ‘The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2.’ So who won the big money?
This one was for all the marbles! The masters of trivia, Sarah and Jordan; the new partners, Leroy and Theresa; and the rookies Jay and Jenna, all went head to head for $125,000 — but this challenge was nothing like we’ve ever seen. And not everyone could even make it to the end.
‘The Challenge’ Finale
Right off the bat, Sarah and Jordan took the lead, and held on to it — they raced through the water, naturally rocked an word puzzle and even downed this gross, fishy, liquid.
Theresa and Leroy had a rough start, but after the water, they pulled through too. Unfortunately, it wasn’t so good for Jay and Jenna. They quickly fell from second to third and once they got to the drinking challenge, there was no way that he could do it.
Yes, he actually started crying, out came TJ Lavin, and they quit.
And Then There Was 2
Theresa and Leroy finally caught up to Sarah and Jordan at a rock-throwing/caviar-eating challenge, but couldn’t pull into first. Next up was the biking. At this point, I’m not sure how either team was alive. Sarah and Jordan puked up everything in their systems but then were just gliding and soaring on bikes — until she had to poop.
Yup, Sarah pulled her bike off to the side and actually went to the bathroom! I guess, when you have to go, you have to go!
Quick Rest Stop & A Brief Scale
At the end of the night, the challenge wasn’t over — it was just a resting stop with a bonfire. The four of them were all freezing, and the only way they could step out of a circle was to sleep together on a TINY square. Sarah and Jordan were smart to actually get on top of each other for body heat!
So what was next for day two? Scaling a mountain, of course.
Sarah was crying before it even began, even though she and Jordan had a five minute lead. At the end of the day, it was nice to see two teams heading in, where neither one had won a final.
It was a close final stretch, but the winners were . . . Jordan and Sarah! I’m just going to say it now — it was a smart move to have Jay and Jenna in the final, who weren’t even really present.
Are you happy with the winners?
— Emily Longeretta