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Beth Stolarczyk was a contestant from The Real World: Los Angeles. She competed on the Real World/Road Rules Challenge, Battle of the Seasons (2002), Battle of the Sexes, The Inferno II, The Gauntlet 2, The Duel, and The Gauntlet III. Retrieved from Real World (RW/RR Challenge) Challenge Real World/Road Rules Challenge Team Members Beth Stolarczyk Janet Choi Jason Cornwell Montana McGlynn Nathan Blackburn Neil Forrester Money Won$13,236 A year ago, Beth Stolarczyk was just another young woman chasing the Hollywood dream in Los Angeles. The Ohio State graduate scraped by doing grunt work on music videos, dreaming of some day ... This then lead to Tonya throwing her fellow Bad Asses' clothing into a swimming pool making Beth Stolarczyk eventually threaten to leave the show because she didn't want to be threatened. Tonya would then squabble all season with the 'Mean Girls' (Tina, Rachel and Veronica) for unknown, dramatic reasons. Beth Stolarczyk is a member of the following list: The Real World cast members.. Contribute. Help us build our profile of Beth Stolarczyk! Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions. Biography. Shane Stolarczyk lives in Boerne, Texas. Stolarczyk served in the United States Air Force and reached the rank of captain. He earned a bachelor's degree in biology and psychology from Skidmore College in 1998 and a Juris Doctor from the Albany Law School of Union University in 2001.

A Look Back at Every Episode That Has Aired During the Week of Father's Day.

2020.06.23 20:17 MTVChallengeFan A Look Back at Every Episode That Has Aired During the Week of Father's Day.

On my former Reddit account, I had posts that revolved around episodes that aired during the week of notable holidays, so per request from some users, I'm doing the same on this account.
As many people know, Father's Day was Sunday, June 21st, 2020(at least in many countries it was), and in the United States of America, Father's Day is always the third Sunday in the month of June. As many of us also know, this show has never had new episodes air on a Sunday, so I'll have to mention episodes that aired during the calendar week of Father's Day. I will not include Reunion Show Episodes. Since Sunday is the first day of the week, all of the following episodes obviously aired after Father's Day in their respective weeks.
Let's take a trip down memory lane!
Road Rules: All-Stars-Episode 4, "How To Eat Fried Worms..."; Aired on Monday, June 22nd, 1998: Ah, the first Challenge season that wasn't really a Challenge season. Anyway, this was the only episode in the history of this show which aired three Daily Missions/Challenges in one episode(and ironically, the episodes at the time were only a half an hour long), and they obviously passed/won all of them. Another notable moment in this episode is when the competitors take the opportunity to visit Beth Stolarczyk's house in Los Angeles, California(who was Jon's friend at the time), and hang out with her(this show has obviously changed so much since then).
The Inferno 2-Episode 16(Season Finale), "Montezuma's Revenge"; Aired on Monday, June 20th, 2005: This was the epic Season Finale(of a truly epic season), where we saw good thwart evil, as the Good Guys won the season! This was the first season victory for Jamie Chung, and Landon, the second season victory for The Miz, and the third consecutive season victory for Darrell. For the Bad Asses, there was a lot of drama, as the team grew impatient with Tonya in the Final Challenge, and they blamed her for losing. Abram, Derrick Kosinski, Rachel Robinson, Tonya, and Veronica had their first season as Runner-Ups(2nd Place), where as CT was a Runner-Up for his second consecutive season.
Fresh Meat-Episode 5, "Climber's Paradise"; Aired on Monday, June 19th, 2006: Well, let's get to the boring part-Coral/Evan won the "Climber's Paradise" Daily Challenge, and Wes/Casey were nominated to go in the Exile against his fellow Real World cast member Johanna, and her invisible partner Jesse. Alright, it was a lackluster episode, but one famous quote came out of this episode: Theo Von said "Unfortunately, I can't understand what Wes said, because I don't speak idiot".
The Inferno 3-Episode 14, "Hook the Man"; Aired on Tuesday, June 19th, 2007-The Bad Asses Team won the "Hook Me" Daily Challenge, Bananas(who went by "John" at the time), and Kenny won their second Lifeshields, and Derrick Kosinski defeated Davis in the "Corner Ball" Inferno, securing his spot in the Final Challenge, which lead the way to his first season victory(a very underrated Elimination Round), and Kenny bragged about how "good" he was, and said he's bad at "nothing". This was probably the most exciting episode of the season to be honest.
Rivals-Episode 1(Season Premier), "Welcome to the Jungle"; Aired on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011: Who actually forgets this crazy Season Premier? We were introduced to CT's return, the entire housing beginning their fear of CT, Adam extending his hatred towards CT, Leroy/Adam Royer, and Jasmine/Jonna(the rookie pairs) winning the opening Daily Challenge, and Adam Royer throw that big, bad punch to Ty's face. To top it off, we saw Evelyn/Paula dominate Aneesa/Robin in the first Jungle of the season. An incredible Season Premier!
Free Agents-Episode 11, "The $350,000 Pyramid"; Aired on Thursday, June 19th, 2014: This was quite a shocking episode. First of all, there was no Daily Challenge; instead, there was a twist where there was randomly one more male, and one more female Elimination Round each, and it was chosen via random draw. We found out that Devyn, and Johnny Reilly miraculously avoided every Elimination Roind the entire season. We saw both the men, and women play in the "Puzzle Pyramid" Elimination Game, and Laurel defeat Theresa, as well as Bananas defeating CT in their respective Elimination Rounds. This secured the Finalists for Free Agents-Bananas, Zach Nichols, Johnny Reilly, Laurel, Nany, and Devyn.
Rivals 3-Episode 8, "Stand By Me"; Aired on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016: Bananas/Sarah won the "Up All Night" Daily Challenge, Wes/Nany came in last place in that same Daily, meaning they were automatically going in the Jungle, and Bananas/Sarah nominated Devin/Cheyenne, and Jamie/KellyAnne into the Jungle. Before the Daily, Tony, and Camila were disqualified because they engaged "near-violent" altercation(I still don't think they deserved to be disqualified), and also given the disorderly behavior they displayed. In a terrible season, this is probably one of the highlights for its pure insanity.
And now, Total Madness will be the first episode to air during the week of Father's Day in four years. Will the first exciting thing to happen since the Jenna/Tori Purgatory occur? Will Bananas ever shut up? Will Josh cry again? Will Jenny almost kill someone in a Purgatory? Well, I guess we'll have to wait for another day, and we'll eventually find out.
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2019.04.15 16:41 honestkodaline Ranking the best to never win - final results!

It’s done. After ten rounds, thousands of votes, and a heartbreaking early exit for Dustin Zito, you have all chosen the best to never win. And the results are:
  1. Theresa: 242
  2. Leroy: 229
Am I surprised? No. Am I disappointed? Yes. Let’s break it down.
Theresa debuted on Fresh Meat II where she was partnered with Ryan and made a deep run to the tenth episode before losing to Jenn and Noor. She had a strong showing on Cutthroat, winning two challenges before losing on episode 9 to Tori. Rivals was her weakest performance, only making it three episodes with Camila before losing to Cara and Laurel. On Rivals II, she had the unfortunate luck of partnering with Jasmine, where they quickly lost to Camila and Jemmye.
Finally, Theresa showed out on Free Agents, the performance that probably earned her this best to never win title. She won three daily challenges, an elimination against Camila, and only lost in a BS puzzle purge against Laurel. Had she made the final instead of Laurel, which she very nearly did, it’s likely she would have won. Heartbreak.
Battle of the Exes 2 was a strange season for Theresa, because she and Wes were inarguably the strongest team until the exile twist brought Bananas and Nany back into the game. They won three daily challenges, made strong moves to secure their place at the top of the game, but ultimately lost to Leroy and Nia in the hall brawl elimination.
(I’m not sure I’ll ever forgive MTV for stealing this win from Wes, but Sarah winning makes up for it minimally.)
Luckily for Theresa, Nia is a child in adult form and assaulted Jordan and was subsequently sent home. Theresa came back, beat Nany in a badass elimination, and came in second place. If Leroy was able to swim, it’s likely they would have beat Sarah and Jordan. Theresa was close to winning twice, but never managed it, and now it’s highly unlikely she’ll ever come back.
In the end, Theresa’s elimination record is 2-6, she won 9 daily challenges, and she made one final in six seasons. She was one of the physically strongest girls, but her political savvy was almost nonexistent, and until she was partnered with Wes it seemed she had no alliances at all.
On the other hand, Leroy benefits every season from his friendship with almost everyone in the house. He debuted on Rivals with Adam R., who quickly threw himself out of the game and Leroy was partnered with Mike instead. Some people on this subreddit (read: not me) think Mike was a good partner and saved the team from going into eliminations because people liked him. I’m more inclined to think other competitors saw Mike as weak and wanted to bring him to a final as a goat. Regardless, Leroy and Mike made the final only to be disqualified on day 2 because Mike couldn’t climb the mountain.
On Exes, Leroy was partnered with Naomi. That’s almost enough said. They managed to take out Wes and Mandi in episode two, but lost to Ty and Emily in episode three. I want to say it was bad luck, but Leroy chose to hook up with Naomi and that’s his fault.
(Actually, if I had to criticize Leroy for anything, it would be his taste in women. Yikes.)
On Rivals II, Leroy was partnered with Ty, who’s really just a worse version of Leroy, and they struggled. They sort of won an elimination against Trey and Zach, after the latter team cheated, but lost to Jordan and Marlon in episode seven.
On Free Agents, Leroy made a deep run to episode eleven, winning two dailies and beating Cohutta in an elimination, before losing to CT in an elimination that looked handmade for CT to win. Based on nothing but my own opinion, Leroy would have won this season had he made the final. He’s in better shape than Bananas, generally keeps a cooler head, and is stronger. But alas, we can’t exist in the might-have-beens.
Exes 2 was Leroy’s best season and my personal argument for why he deserved this title. With Nia, he own a daily challenge and four eliminations.
(Read it again: four. eliminations. And none of them were scrubs.)
Leroy beat Johnny and Averey, Wes and Theresa, and Bananas and Nany – twice. He had to deal with Nia quitting daily challenges, losing them the final challenge, and then berating Sarah for something that was totally in her control.
(It’s like, Nia. All you had to do was make it to the second rope. Sarah making arts and crafts is not the reason you’re going into elimination.)
On Bloodlines, Leroy brought his cousin Candice as his partner, and they had literally no chance of winning, even if Candice hadn’t gotten injured. What a strange decision. He would have been better off with ANYONE else.
Then Leroy came on Rivals III with an injured back, and cost us all a season with Averey. Disappointing.
I’m just now realizing how many seasons Leroy has been on without winning. I’m getting tired. Leroy benefitted from his loose friendships on Dirty 30, winning three daily challenges and staying out of eliminations until episode 12. Then he was screwed over by burn votes, giving us one of the only times he’s gotten angry on camera.
(And this was after Camila went on a racist tirade against Leroy. Let me just say: we don’t deserve this man.)
On Vendettas, Leroy made it nearly to the end before seeing an elimination, which he won against Brad. In the final, he was eliminated in the bottom four.
(Shoutout to the BS Vendettas final. Never forget.)
Finally, and I do mean finally, Leroy was just eliminated with Shaleen on War of the Worlds. After the garbage edit of him this season, I wouldn’t be surprised if he doesn’t come back. Editing him as the scorned lover when he was actually standing up for Da’Vonne is confusing and, honestly, annoying. I actually like Kam, but editors are doing everything in their power to make me not like her. I feel like I’m being manipulated into thinking she’s the greatest challenger of all time, who’s stringing guys along as she goes, when in reality she stepped on her best friend’s toes to hook up with Theo. This has nothing to do with Leroy’s performance; I’m just annoyed for him.
As it stands, Leroy’s elimination record is 8-5 and he’s made three finals in ten seasons.
Leroy has more physical flaws than Theresa, who’s probably a more well-rounded competitor, but his social game is far superior. After breaking it all down, I don’t see any obvious reason Theresa should have won. Leroy’s elimination record is inarguably better. He’s made more finals and earned more money. (I understand he’s been on more seasons, but if the record continued, Theresa would make two finals in twelve seasons. So, worse.)
Of course, my opinion doesn’t really matter. Theresa was voted the winner here, and I respect that. I wish she hadn’t been eliminated by a garbage puzzle on Free Agents. I wish she would have had a better partner on Rivals II (although she had Camila on Rivals and still lost early; it’s hard to just blame her partners).
I’ve just written 1200 words about a survey that most the world doesn’t know exists; sometimes I worry for my own state of mind. Thanks to everyone who voted. Once again, I was shocked that so many of you showed up. I had a lot of fun, except when Zito was eliminated and right now. I’ll just take my disappointed ass home now. Peace.
Final results:
  1. Theresa Gonzalez
  2. Leroy Garrett
  3. Nany Gonzalez
  4. Nelson Thomas
  5. Diem Brown
  6. Jenna Compono
  7. Cohutta Grindstaff
  8. KellyAnne Judd
  9. Tony Raines
  10. Aneesa Ferreira
  11. Amanda Garcia
  12. Jenn Grijalva
  13. Shane Landrum
  14. Brandon Nelson
  15. Dustin Zito (p.s., I'll never forgive you guys for this.)
  16. Ruthie Alcaide
  17. Cory Wharton
  18. Devin Walker
  19. Casey Cooper
  20. Kailah Casillas
  21. Marie Roda
  22. Beth Stolarczyk
  23. Nicole Ramos
  24. Tina Barta
  25. Jemmye Carroll
  26. Chet Cannon
  27. Robin Hibbard
  28. Tyrie Ballard
  29. Trishelle Cannatella
  30. Jonna Mannion
  31. Dario Medrano
  32. Ace Amerson
  33. Danny Jamieson
  34. Adam King
  35. Ty Ruff
  36. Ryan Kehoe
  37. Melinda Stolp
  38. Eric Banks
  39. Jasmine Reynaud
  40. Jessica McCain
  41. Mandi Moyer
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2019.04.04 18:17 honestkodaline The Best to Never Win - round one results

Round one results for the Best to Never Win are in! Here’s what we got:
  1. Diem Brown – 239
  2. Leroy Garrett – 196
  3. Nany Gonzalez – 193
  4. Cohutta Grindstaff – 147
  5. Tony Raines – 134
  6. KellyAnne Judd – 133
  7. Theresa Gonzalez – 131
  8. Jenna Compono – 106
  9. Nelson Thomas – 100
  10. Ruthie Alcaide – 80
  11. Aneesa Ferreira – 79
  12. Brandon Nelson – 72
  13. Jenn Grijalva – 68
  14. Amanda Garcia – 62
  15. Shane Landrum – 44
  16. Dustin Zito – 38
  17. Devin Walker – 37
  18. Cory Wharton – 19
  19. Beth Stolarczyk – 15
  20. Tina Barta – 14
  21. Robin Hibbard – 13
  22. Marie Roda – 12
  23. Dario Medrano – 11
  24. Adam King – 10
  25. Chet Cannon – 9
  26. Ace Amerson - 8
  27. Jonna Mannion – 8
  28. Casey Cooper – 7
  29. Nicole Ramos – 7
  30. Jemmye Carroll – 6
  31. Danny Jamieson – 6
  32. Ty Ruff – 6
  33. Julie Stoffer – 5
  34. Tyrie Ballard – 3
  35. Trishelle Cannatella – 3
  36. Ryan Kehoe – 2
  37. Melinda Stolp – 2
  38. Eric Banks – 1
  39. Jasmine Reynaud – 1
  40. Jessica McCain – 0
  41. Mandi Moyer – 0
Alright. First things first. Almost 500 people voted on this round, and NOT A SINGLE ONE OF YOU VOTED FOR JESSICA MCCAIN? We are talking about the queen. The 1-4 elimination record legend. The girl who singlehandedly cost Dustin his shot at making a run on Battle of the Exes II. Basically, what I’m trying to say is, I knew I could trust you all. Jessica lost to John and Simone. JOHN AND SIMONE! I actually have a hard time understanding why producers kept bringing her back. Peace, Jess.
Melinda and Ryan tied for the fifth spot, and I could have saved them both, but I’m a heartless bitch so instead they’re both going. Melinda was pretty useless as a competitor and I had to look Ryan up to remember who he was, so they don’t deserve to move on. Ryan had the kind of personality where he was a total dick but pretended everything he said was a joke, and I’m not into that.
(I’m the same way, but I don’t like myself, either.)
Jasmine got a single vote, and it makes me happy to imagine her lone fan somewhere, maybe in Texas or New York or (more likely) Jasmine herself, refusing to give up. Jasmine had some memorable franchise moment – her breaking the mirror is a top 10 moment for me – but as a competitor, she contributed almost nothing. Her elimination against Laurel in Free Agents was so pitiful, even Laurel felt sorry for her, and Laurel doesn’t usually have feelings. Whew.
Mandi was also eliminated, and I’m struggling to come up with anything to say about her. She hooked up with Wes once. She was partnered with Jenn, and I hate Jenn.
(I’m literally counting down the days until Jenn gets eliminated so I can rant about her. I have FEELINGS.)
Whenever I think of Mandi, I think of her in relation to someone else on the show, which makes her pretty forgettable. She claims to be an “alpha female” but we never saw that portrayed, her only final was Rivals when Jenn carried her to a third place finish, and her elimination record is 1-3. It’s not surprising to see her cut first. Someone in the world thought Jasmine was a better competitor than Mandi, and I’d rather have my two-year-old niece as a partner than Jasmine, so that’s really saying something.
Now we’re moving on to our next round, where Theresa will (hopefully) take her crown. I forgot to add her until 200 votes had already come through yesterday, and she still landed in the top ten. This time, you can only vote for four people, and we’ll eliminate five again.
Before we get there, I have to ask: are the 19 people who voted for Cory Wharton feeling okay? Homeboy can't kick a soccer ball or use a condom, and we're really out here voting for him? You voted for him, when you could have voted for Dustin Zito instead? I'm concerned. I am legitimately worried for you. Every single person Cory is friends with are better competitors. I'm talking DEVIN WALKER. Pull yourselves together. HE CAN'T KICK A SOCCER BALL!
End rant. Take the survey here:
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2017.08.31 00:19 JuanRiveara Challenge Close Calls

Credit to LegendTykari3x on the Challenge wiki for compiling this together
Based off of a vevmo user (Youssarian) here are close calls for the challenge over the years
Challenge 2000 – Colin Mortensen was asked to be on this Challenge, but had other obligations and therefore declined.
Extreme Challenge – Kathryn Omeg was asked to be on this Challenge, but declined.
Battle of the Seasons (2002) – Ruthie Alcaide and Colin Mortensen (and Amaya Brecher was contacted) were supposed to be represent Hawaii, but Colin backed out a week prior to filming. Lori Trespicio was supposed to be Mike's partner for Back to New York, but she backed out due to the uncertainty after 9/11 and was replaced by Coral Smith. Jo Rhodes and Puck Rainey were originally going to be a team, but were dropped for unknown reasons.
Battle of the Sexes – Cara Kahn dropped out after seeing her edit on her season. Keri Evans and Becky Blasband were initially on the cast but either were dropped or backed out last minute.
Gauntlet – Jisela Delgado, Arissa Hill, Frank Roessler, Brynn Smith, and Steven Hill were all contacted. Vince Forcier dropped out when the location was changed from Rhode Island to Colorado. Malik Cooper and Timmy Beggy were a part of the initial cast but did not make the final cast.
Inferno - Piggy Thomas was initially cast and arrived to film, but was sent home for unknown reasons, edited out of the first episode, and replaced by Christena Pyle. Tonya Cooley was an alternate – her place went to Trishelle Cannatella when she decided to do this season. Dan Renzi was originally cast, but backed out to attend a speaking arrangement and was replaced by Syrus Yarbrough.
Battle of the Sexes 2 – Jisela Delgado backed out because she didn’t want to be on a Challenge with Coral Smith and was replaced by Kina Dean. Patrick Maloney backed out because he didn't like his X-Treme edit, and was replaced with Shawn Sealy. Brynn Smith was dropped from the cast after the producers found out she had a child. Ellen Cho was asked, and declined. Donell Langham was contacted, but did not make the final cast. Beth Stolarczyk dropped out and was replaced by Cynthia Roberts. Cameran Eubanks, though part of the final cast, originally missed her flight and arrived a couple days later than the rest of the cast.
Inferno 2 – Puck Rainey was slated to be on the Inferno 2, but demanded to be paid more than the rest of the cast; when they found out and became upset, Puck was dropped. Sarah Burke was asked but couldn’t go due to her law school schedule. Melanie Silcott was asked, but declined. Melissa Howard and Coral Smith were supposed to be on the cast, but dropped out right before departure. They were replaced with Beth Stolarczyk and Rachel Robinson.
Gauntlet 2 – Raquel Duran was cast, but backed out at the last minute to attend a close friend’s wedding. Frankie Abernathy originally accepted the call, but later backed out due to disagreements with the programming on MTV. Angela Trimbur also initially said yes, but backed out in order to film a movie. Wes Bergmann, Johanna Botta, Danny Jamieson, and Melinda Stolp were also asked, even though they had just finished filming their season 2 weeks prior, leading them to decline. Jamie Chung, Steven Hill, Melanie Silcott, Sarah Burke, Willie Hernandez, Dan Renzi (due to work commitments), and Eric Nies all declined this Challenge. Tonya Cooley backed out to focus on a reality-themed event. Veronica Portillo and Rachel Robinson were initially cast, but backed out upon finding out that Julie Stoffer and Beth Stolarczyk were supposedly also on the cast. Tina Barta backed out upon learning that Veronica and Rachel had done so. Coral Smith and Trishelle Cannatella were asked, but decided to film Battle of the Network Reality Stars instead. Both Shavonda Billingslea and Patrick Maloney originally accepted, then backed out for unknown reasons. Irulan Wilson was initially cast, but backed out after her breakup with Alton Williams.
Fresh Meat – Ruthie Alcaide was called, but was not a part of the final cast. Sarah Burke was asked, but had to decline due to her law school schedule. Jamie Chung was asked but declined. (side note: Evelyn Smith was actually contacted to be on the Real World: Denver because of her short stay on Fresh Meat, but was then told they needed fresh faces instead.)
Duel – Evelyn Smith was supposed to be cast but backed out due to illness and was replaced by Casey Cooper. Linette Gallo was asked but had to decline. Sarah Burke from Philadelphia was originally on the cast but dropped out due to a wedding. Melanie Silcott was asked, but declined. Julie Stoffer either dropped out or was replaced a week before filming. Kendal Sheppard was asked to be on this season.
Inferno 3 - Stephen Nichols was an alternate. Susie Meister was possibly a last minute replacement. Svetlana Shusterman, Beth Stolarczyk, Alex Smith, and Dan Renzi were asked and declined. Johnnie McBride was contacted for this Challenge.
Gauntlet 3 – Svetlana Shusterman and Jenn Grijalva were part of the initial cast. Jenn had to drop out and apparently Svetlana left at the airport. Apparently, Janelle Casanave and Melinda Stolp were the replacements. Stephen Nichols was an alternate. Brynn Smith was supposed to appear, but was pregnant and thus unable.
Island – Kendal Sheppard was paid to be an alternate even though she was not actually available. Stephen Nichols and Alton Williams were alternates. Although the producers were reluctant to ask Svetlana Shusterman after her dropping out of Gauntlet 3, they did anyway; she declined. Brooke LaBarbera dropped out of this Challenge and was replaced by Paula Meronek (although Aneesa Ferreira was contacted first and declined). David Leach was asked to be on this Challenge.
Duel 2 – Dan Walsh backed out at the last minute and was replaced initially by Dave Malinosky (who accepted and then declined right afterward because he was not home to make an immediate departure), and thus ultimately by Ryan Kehoe. Svetlana Shusterman was asked and declined. David Leach was asked to be on this Challenge.
Ruins – Devyn Simone was part of the initial cast but backed out last minute, as well as Cara Zavaleta. Susie Meister replaced Cara, and eventually met her future husband there. Alton Williams was asked but couldn’t go due to work, so he was an alternate instead. Svetlana Shusterman, Jamie Chung, and Brittini Sherrod were asked and declined. There were rumors that CT Tamburello was contacted, but several cast members threatened to drop out if he was cast, so he was not. Dave Malinosky and Trisha Cummings both declined this Challenge. Katelynn Cusanelli, Scott Herman, and Baya Voce all declined this Challenge as well; their Brooklyn roommates Ryan Conklin and JD Ordonez were also contacted to participate. Colie Edison was given an availability call as well.
Fresh Meat II – Jonna Mannion was part of the initial cast, but a lost passport at the airport cost her this opportunity to win money. As seen on the show, she was replaced by Evelyn Smith. Brianna Taylor was asked, but couldn’t go due to being on probation. Janelle Casanave, Evan Starkman, Scott Herman, Svetlana Shusterman, and Nick Brown were asked to be on this Challenge and declined. Ruthie Alcaide and Cohutta Grindstaff were alternates.
Cutthroat – Casey Cooper was asked and said no. Bronne Bruzgo backed out a couple days before and was replaced by Dunbar Merrill. Kenny Santucci backed out the day of and was replaced by Derrick Kosinski. Mike Manning and Svetlana Shusterman were asked and declined. Carley Johnson was contacted and accepted the invitation for this Challenge but did not make the final cast. Callie Walker and Josh Colon were both asked to be on this Challenge.
Rivals – Katie Doyle was supposed to be Sarah's initial Rival and had to back out a week prior to filming; she was replaced by Katelynn Cusanelli. Beth Stolarczyk got calls for this challenge, but could not do one because she was pregnant. Rumor has it that Abram Boise and Adam Larson were attempted, but Adam declined. Susie Meister, Tori Fiorenza, Tonya Cooley, Svetlana Shusterman, Brianna Taylor, and Johanna Botta all declined this Challenge. Dustin Zito was asked to be on this Challenge. Ryan Leslie accepted, but his rival Preston Roberson-Charles declined. Brad Fiorenza and Darrell Taylor were contacted to be a team, but both said no.
Battle of the Exes - Various couples were meant to be on this show, including Adam Royer (who failed the psych exam they instated as of this challenge) and Nany Gonzalez, KellyAnne Judd and Cohutta Grindstaff, and Brad and Tori Fiorenza (despite being married). Sounds like a lot of possibilities, but considering the lack of couples on the show, it's possible that some of these could have been alternates. Heather Cooke was also asked, but was told that they were "going a different direction." Emilee Fitzpatrick received an availability call, but nothing further. Kenny Santucci, despite being banned from Challenges, also received an availability call. Coral Smith was also asked; she would have been in lieu of Cara Maria Sorbello. She said no, but would have gone if she knew Rachel and Aneesa were there. Alton Williams and Irulan Wilson were also asked, as well as Landon Lueck and Shavonda Billingslea. Danny Jamieson and Melinda Stolp were going to be a team, but Melinda had to drop out due to work. Johanna Botta, Michael Ross, Casey Cooper (who declined out of respect to her boyfriend), Svetlana Shusterman, and Frank Roessler and Jillian Zoboroski all declined. Ryan Knight and Jemmye Carroll received an availability call, but did not receive an invitation to be cast. A team of Ayiiia Elizarraras and Joey Rozmus was attempted, but Joey declined. Beth Stolarczyk and Nehemiah Clark were contacted; Nehemiah accepted but Beth declined and threatened to get lawyers involved because she claims she and Nehemiah never hooked up. A team of Ryan Kehoe and Davis Mallory was attempted, but Ryan had to drop out.
Battle of the Seasons – Frank Roessler and Arissa Hill were asked, with both saying yes. Leroy Garrett and Heather Cooke were also originally meant to be a part of team Las Vegas, but then producers went about with the hybrid team for two reasons: the entire Las Vegas team was planned around Trishelle and Alton, and Cooke and Dustin refused to appear on the Challenge together. Carley Johnson was also supposed to be a part of the Fresh Meat team instead of Cara Maria; Cara didn't receive her own authentic jersey until after the first mission. There was a Road Rules team consisting of Rachel Robinson, Katie Doyle, Darrell Taylor, and Derrick Kosinski; apparently Shane Landrum and Susie Meister were also asked (Shane being the alternate). Real World: San Diego also would have had their own team, consisting of Brad Fiorenza, Robin Hibbard, Cameran Eubanks, and Randy Barry, but Randy backed out. Jamie Chung was also contacted for Team San Diego, but obviously declined. And then there is the Team Sydney situation, where the entire team of KellyAnne Judd, Ashli Robson, Dunbar Merrill, and Isaac Stout arrived but was sent home for unknown reasons before filming; they were replaced by team Fresh Meat. Laurel Stucky also was tested for this Challenge, but she backed out, not wanting to be on the same team as Big Easy. A Denver team of Jenn Grijalva, Colie Edison, Brooke LaBarbera, Tyrie Brown, and Davis Mallory was contacted but did not come to fruition. Nick Brown and Will Gilbert from Hollywood were on board but Brianna Taylor, Brittini Sherrod, and Kimberly Alexander declined. Callie Walker, Emily Schromm, Ty Ruff, and Josh Colon from DC with Mike Manning as an alternate were originally a team, but they were dropped when Callie became pregnant. Ashlee Feldman was the alternate for NOLA (and Sahar Dika had also been contacted); Nehemiah Clark was the alternate for Austin. Emilee Fitzpatrick was the alternate for Cancun; Ayiiia Elizarraras was also contacted but declined due to school. LaToya Jackson and Brandon Swift were alternates for St. Thomas. Baya Voce at some point was contacted; when she declined, Sarah Rice was cast instead. Luke Wolfe and Bronne Bruzgo were both contacted, but declined.
Rivals II - Numerous people were tested but not used, including Ashley Kelsey and Brandon Swift. Brandon Kane received an availability call but nothing further. Averey Tressler and Nia Moore were asked, but Nia was not available. Ruthie Alcaide, Susie Meister, Dustin Zito, Svetlana Shusterman, Katie Doyle, Marie Roda, Emilee Fitzpatrick, and Tori Fiorenza were all contacted for this Challenge. Ayiiia Elizarraras was an alternate, along with her rival Cara Maria who was eventually cast. LaToya Jackson and Laura Waller was another alternate team. Evan Starkman, despite being banned from the Challenges, received an availability call for this Challenge. Tyler Duckworth was dropped and replaced by Ty Ruff when the initial desired format, a Duel III, was changed to Rivals II.
Free Agents - Tyler Duckworth was part of the initial cast but dropped at the last second. Paula Meronek is speculated to have dropped out because of Tyler. Brad Fiorenza was originally going to appear, but declined due to the BGC-esque style the show was taking. Heather Cooke was slated to appear, but dropped out several weeks before the departure date. KellyAnne Judd also dropped out of this Challenge. Joi Niemeyer and Averey Tressler were female alternates; Nehemiah Clark and Trey Weatherholtz were male alternates. Sam McGinn was asked and accepted, but also was not cast. Heather Marter accepted the availability call, but declined the second offer to be on this Challenge because Dustin was going to be on it. Coral Smith was asked and offered a lot of money to appear, but declined because she was not in shape. Marlon Williams declined in order to focus on his music career. Ryan Knight was dropped after his assault on Frank Sweeney at the Rivals II reunion. Marie Roda, Katie Doyle, Svetlana Shusterman, Landon Lueck, Danny Jamieson, and Anastasia Miller were asked and declined. Susie Meister received an availability call, but declined as well over a pay dispute.
Battle of the Exes II – Trey Weatherholtz and Laura Waller were an alternate team. Many people were asked but turned down the initial call, such as Alton Williams, Brad and Tori Fiorenza, Brian Williams and Jenny Delich, Frank Sweeney and Alexandra Govere, Marlon Williams, Robb Schreiber, Jenn Grijalva, Johanna Botta, Laurel Stucky, Lauren Ondersma, and Susie Meister. CJ Koegel declined due to his modeling and fitness contract. Darrell Taylor and Rachel Robinson, Dunbar Merrill and Ashli Robson, Eric Patrick and Sahar Dika, Brandon Swift and LaToya Jackson, Ashley Kelsey, Emilee Fitzpatrick, Jamie Larson, and Joi Niemeyer all accepted the initial availability call but were ultimately not cast; some of these were likely alternates or alternate teams. Eric Banks, Cohutta Grindstaff, and Trishelle Cannatella all also received availability calls. Cory Wharton was asked and said yes, but all of his possible exes declined; the same situation happened for Derek Chavez. Shanley McIntee was contacted and accepted, but her ex Chris Tolleson declined. Danny Jamieson and Melinda Stolp were heavily wanted, but Danny had to drop out due to his work schedule. Others that were heavily wanted by production but ended up declining anyway were Anastasia Miller, Heather Marter, Svetlana Shusterman, and Trisha Cummings. Jasmine Reynaud accepted the initial availability call but declined the invitation to appear on this Challenge. Ashley Mitchell received an availability call but nothing further. Marie Roda accepted the invitation to appear on this Challenge, but her ex Robb declined.
Battle of the Bloodlines – Arielle Scott, Jamie Larson, and Bruno Bettencourt (and his brother Briah) all declined. Trey Weatherholtz and Laura Waller were contacted but unable to fit the theme. Emilee Fitzpatrick & her sister, Mandi Moyer & her brother, and Layton Jones & his cousin accepted but did not make the final cast. Brad Fiorenza & his brother were going to be cast, but his brother dropped out. Nia Moore and her sister Makeda were going to be cast, but Makeda dropped out to attend graduate school. Laurel Stucky and her cousin were going to do this Challenge, but Laurel dropped out after not wanting to sign the medical release form. Marie Roda and her sister Victoria also dropped out two weeks before departure. These two teams were subsequently replaced with Christina LeBlanc/Emily Reese and Jenna Compono/Brianna Julig. Brittany Baldassari was contacted and accepted, but her brother dropped out during testing. Derek Chavez and his cousin accepted but were ultimately not cast. Jay Gotti and Jessica Andreatta received availability calls.
Rivals III – Bruno Bettencourt was cast, but dropped out at the last minute. Sylvia Elsrode agreed to participate, but dropped out two weeks before the departure date. Mandi Moyer and Derek Chavez accepted the initial availability call. Jenny Delich Jamie Larson, Jason Hill, Cara Maria Sorbello, and Brian Williams all declined this Challenge. Jay Gotti received an availability call.
Invasion – Emilee Fitzpatrick and Dylan Moore were alternates for this season; they actually flew out to Thailand with the cast just in case they were needed. Sam McGinn and Derrick Kosinski were the alternates for the Champions team. Devyn Simone, Sarah Rice, Johnny Reilly, Jordan Wiseley, Landon Lueck, Paula Meronek, and Wes Bergmann all declined this Challenge. Shane Raines and Trey Weatherholtz accepted the availability call but were not cast. Averey Tressler also accepted and did testing for this Challenge, but was later dropped. A large number of people did receive availability calls for this Challenge, including: Adam Kuhn, Brandon Swift, Brianna Julig, Brittany Baldassari, Cheyenne Floyd, Cohutta Grindstaff, Devin Walker-Molaghan, Dione Mariani, Hannah Rathbun, Jamie Larson, Jay Gotti, Jemmye Carroll, Jenna Thomason, KellyAnne Judd, Leroy Garrett, Madison Walls, Nate Siebenmark, Nicole Ramos, Raphy Medrano, Rashida Beach, Robb Schreiber, Sabrina Kennedy, Simone Kelly, Thomas Buell, and Vince Gliatta. Champions that were contacted include Abram Boise, Emily Schromm, and Jamie Banks.
Dirty 30 – Coral Smith initially accepted, but dropped out several weeks before departure. Sarah Rice, Nany Gonzalez, Wes Bergmann, Theresa Gonzalez, Paula Meronek, and Shane Landrum all declined this Challenge. Alicia Wright dropped out the night before departure due to a ruptured appendix and was replaced with Jenna Compono, although Briana LaCuesta was their first choice (she would later replace Ashley) yet was at work and missed the call. Jay Gotti accepted the call but dropped out due to his work schedule. Anna Stack, Ayiiia Elizarraras, Jennifer Geoghan, Jonna Mannion, Robbie Padovano, and Tyara Hooks all received an availability call.
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