Honestly, Harold more or less did succeed. While he may not have actually won a point, there were a lotof othercontestants who did far worse than him. On the other hand, people like Heather and Trent did not face their fears nearly as bravely as others. Man, they really need to fire the guy in charge of these recaps.
I get the joke about Geoff being empty-headed, but even if he didn't have a brain or skull or anything in his head, that fly would never have gotten all the way through his head that quickly at the speed it was going.
Actually, no. Chris did not ever say that. He told the campers to get in their canoes already, and he didn't show up again until they were already in pairs. Besides, some people are in groups of three. Cody is imagining things.
A canoe trip across the lake is gonna take a lot more than five minutes. I guess Cody's gonna have a lot of free time after he's done wooing Gwen.
Why does Duncan want to go with Harold and Sadie? We know he doesn't likethem.
Speaking of which, what made Harold and Sadie pair up? I mean, I guess they don't have many other friends on the team, but they seem like they like each other's company. Is there something here we're not seeing. This is the real story going on here.
Also, these three characters have been conveniently grouped together so that none of them will need to have any lines this episode!
The problem here isn't that Cody is a scrawny weakling. The problem is that he has a horrible grip on the canoe. He had the right idea at first, but between shots, his hand magically moved to a position that would make it near impossible to move a canoe.
Given the distance between Gwen and Cody, the length of the paddle, and where Gwen is holding it, there's no way it would reach his crotch. Good thing the impact happened off-screen so we don't find out Cody was faking that pain.
Not that I blame Trent, because, you know, it's Lindsay and all, but for someone who really wants to be on his crush's good side, he's being really open to the idea of letting other girls sit in his lap, especially after leaving said crush buried in the sand.
Because, as we know, DJ is an expert at creating new words. Maybe he can call this the "Flirty-Flop." I'm sure that's not a word already.
DJ is surprisingly knowledgable about romance considering he's the only contestant from the first cast to never be involved in any sort of romantic relationship or attraction whatsoever. That or he just really likes bunnies.
This is actually a really great moment of development for Cody, especially for him being a pretty minor character this season. It's the first time we've gotten to see past his "pervy geek tries to be cool" exterior into what he's really like, so for that, a sin off. However, a sin added right back for Gwen whacking his groin despite the fact that the paddle should not reach that far back... again.
Courtney takes her hand off the canoe for a second, and it drops, but earlier, Cody had his hand off the canoe for a while, and he still held it up. I guess gravity decided to only do its job for Courtney.
If Chris is this surprisied someone fell into the quicksand, why even set it up? Creating a quicksand trap like that is no small undertaking. Seems like a waste of time, unless he was sure it would end up being worth it.
So, how does this challenge work? Is it a race, or is it based on points? Chris said earlier "Edge, Killer Bass," when they made their fire first, but he gave the point to the Gophers when they built a bigger fire. Why do they need points? What's the point of this fire building part anyways?