I can't imagine it's genuinely about that, and it shouldn't be in any case; it's about Bananas expertly playing on Sarah's social neediness, and how easy she made it for him to do that. But as much as I hate Johnny's undercut 'do, Sarah's try-hard pale-blue hair and boo-boo kitty face, and Sarah passive-aggressively refusing to talk so she looks more like a martyr, then having a meltdown and offstage sobbing that she's "SO DONE," it's still interesting to watch the various attacks on and defenses of Johnny unfold.
But one only has to think back to the famous Bananas Backpack moment to know CT could eat Bananas for dinner.
Their team colors matched to promote the new Mountain Dew soda flavors, Pitch Black and Baja Blast — which both sound terribly disgusting — and then they were off.
Whether you like the guy or not, he knows the game of manipulation all too well, and it looks like he may have already found the next pawn in his evil plan.
Camila's been crushing on him for a while, and she seems to think that she can trust Johnny, even though her entire team told her not to.
I also don't actually have a problem with Sarah feeling furious about it, because doy.
What I do have an issue with is Bananas, and everyone else, selling a narrative about revenge.
Or should we congratulate him on successfully leveraging her puzzle prowess and former-nerd insecurities for his own gain? " is another telling comment, because Johnny, and should probably have known better. Wes and Camila put a fine point on that idea by noting that the houseful of relative newbies failed to make the power moves necessary to get the tree-fruit fam out of the game.
Fortunately, the segment doesn't go on too long, because Wes siding with Johnny is great, but his rationale is horseshit..Johnny asking why it's worse when he does it than when Sarah does never gets a satisfactory answer, to wit: it isn't, because it wasn't "evil" when she did it, either. The segment does update us on Zach and Jenna ("we don't talk"; he ended up dating that Brooke person for a while), and Dragbrows and Nate (she declines to talk about it; Nate notes that their six-month relationship was great for the first four months, but the distance wrecked it), but Nessa turning the Zanna split into an opportunity to praise Vince for his work as a supportive partner is kind of gross. might get into it when Nessa's all "we can allll turn up together" -- and unlike most MTV reunion hosts, Nessa could probably win a bout on points -- but if anyone believed that this happened, did they want to know about it in the first place?
But will that Johnny-Camila relationship rumor mill that's followed them since they met on Cutthroat cause trouble in paradise?
Which makes perfect sense, considering he's a Challenge legend and four-time champion.
snowboarder Hannah Teter, who also happens to be an Olympic gold-medalist.