Take a break, Icarus: Fessy flew so near the solar, he almost induced an eclipse — and never simply because the day’s mission kicked off at 15,000 toes. Now, the query after tonight’s Double Brokers episode is: Will the sport’s largest man defend his wings from molting, or is his descent imminent? And can he drag his accomplice Nany down as effectively?
After Darrell’s surprising elimination, the sport’s remaining 11 opponents had been pressured to confront any fears of heights in “Spy Dive,” which challenged them to memorize an enormous puzzle key whereas freefalling from an airplane. Then, as soon as their toes had been on the bottom (and the screaming stopped), they’d need to dash a half-mile to a checkpoint alongside their companions and recreate the important thing.
Whereas the day’s winners Kaycee and Leroy had teamwork on lock, it was a battle for groups like Fessy and Nany, who nonetheless hadn’t discovered a groove since Nany stole Josh away from Aneesa after beating Gabby in The Crater. And Nany started to kick herself for not taking warnings concerning the Large Brother star’s gloating severely.
“This entire season, Aneesa’s been saying that Fessy’s a really arduous individual to work with,” Nany mentioned. “And I’m actually beginning to perceive what she meant by that. It’s his vibe. He’s simply boastful.”
And even from soccer fields away, Kam might spot Fessy’s obvious conceit.
“Typically, I can’t stand these guys and their egos,” Kam mentioned. “Fessy, it is advisable stick with Nany, that’s your accomplice. It’s not a race towards Cory.”
And it wasn’t solely on the sector that Fessy proved to be a legal responsibility. As soon as again on the home, Fessy — who didn’t greatest Whole Insanity winner Johnny Bananas on his Problem debut — determined to utterly derail an ’80s-themed solid occasion by goading multi-time Problem champion CT into an argument by saying he is previous his prime.
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“Could the perfect man win, and I feel I’m the perfect man,” Fessy mentioned. “You’re speculated to be the GOAT, [but] they’re going to see you [on your back].”
However CT, who might solely take a lot provocation, finally bared his enamel and instructed Fessy to take a stroll.
“Get the f*ck outta right here,” CT snarled. “No ones’s petrified of you…You’ll be able to’t flex on me, you’re in a tutu!”
(A part of Fessy’s costume included a neon-bright tutu, which Cory identified was utterly inconsistent with the theme.)
Even Leroy, who was throughout the room, discovered Fessy’s claims unfounded.
“Fessy doesn’t know that CT will a) whoop his ass; b) CT, is a method higher participant on this sport; and c) CT will whoop his ass,” he mentioned.
Fortunately, CT and Fessy had been in a position to settle down and patch issues up earlier than the scuffle obtained completely bogus and spaz. However in some methods, Fessy had already executed harm and uncovered himself as feeling “threatened” by CT, in keeping with Cory.
What do you suppose: Is Fessy on the cash by saying CT’s glory days are behind him, and is Fessy the one to beat? Or is he tooting his horn a bit too loudly, and is Fessy certain to fall brief once more earlier than claiming his first Problem trophy? Share your ideas, and see if Fessy can stroll the stroll when The Problem returns Wednesday.