Later, Lavender Ladies. Move along, Inferno 2 Mean Women. There’s a new lady gang in Difficulty — town, and while they may be bit, they proved on the most current Double Agents episode that they can definitely load a wild punch.
After Nelson’s shocking Crater elimination, Huge T and her gaggle of rookie buddies– The Ambers and Gabby– started to grow frustrated with a few of the vets’ blowing. More specifically, they were sick of Tori citing their small group “layups,” and instead of wait to get astonished– the common routine for a Challenge rookie– they chose to stand up and battle.
After a five-alarm meeting, the ladies committed to winning the next mission so they could pit Tori, their Public Opponent No. 1, against Tori’s best friend Aneesa. This would ensure among the veterans was gotten rid of, Big T said, and forge a larger path for the rookie women to advance.
” You can’t make people feel weak even if they do not have muscles popping out of their eyeballs,” Big T regreted. “I’m over it.”
And quickly, the Itty Bitty Small Committee was formally in motion.
As part of the next objective, “Representative Down,” host TJ Lavin informed the agents one partner would need to hold the other– legs hanging– from atop a platform suspended high above a waterfall. The catch? The designated holder would initially have to unspool a huge mess of rope up until he reached a blue marker– and just then could he race to his partner.
While Jay and Theresa surpassed the first crop of competitors and hung on for a Difficulty eternity, it was ultimately Big T and CT who won the day’s mission after a Heat 2 success.
And Tori, who knew a reckoning was developing, was irritated that she ‘d likely have to challenge the social mistakes she ‘d made.
But Big T showed her strength when she rallied your house to vote Aneesa into The Crater and waited until the next elimination round to nominate Aneesa’s BFF, Tori, herself.
In “Possession Destruction,” Aneesa and Tori would each have to pull their own cage of conditioning ball across a line, at which point the cage would topple and set the balls free. They ‘d toss the balls at a wall of targets, and the first to strike 13 would win.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t a close call. By the time Tori handled to upend her dog crate, which left her struggling straight out of the gate, Aneesa had actually almost finished her target practice, and when the dust had settled, Aneesa officially made her 10 th elimination-round win and the distinction of the only lady to hold a Gold Skull (Natalie, a previous Gold Skull holder, left the video game at the start of the episode for personal reasons).
And Aneesa, who spent the start of Moles as the No. 1 seed, resolved to reassume her position as Top Pet.
” The old bitch still has it– never ever count me out,” she stated. “If you want my Skull, you have to come f cking get it.”
Whaddya believe: Is the Itty Bitty Small Committee primed for greatness, and will it stand amongst The Battle Drama Mafia or Cara’s Cult as a top-tier Difficulty lady gang? Or will Tori’s removal show to have been a mistake, and are the rookies on the chopping block next? Share your thoughts, and be sure to tune in to the next Moles episode Wednesday!