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At the final challenge, however, Eric Banks, a member of the veteran team, ended up in the hospital before finishing the challenge. He won two of ten challenges, and went into the Duel three times, each time eliminating the player he was up against.The rules of the game forced the Veterans to lose because not all of the players in the team finished together. He won 0,000 after a close race with Brad Fiorenza to the finish. and Adam went on to win The Jungle and send home Evan and Nehemiah in the process.He won 6 out of the 13 challenges he competed in, and was defeated by Chris "C.T." Tamburello in the Ascender duel in the 13th episode.But the most twisted part of all is that, on some level, fans were rooting for exactly this kind of treachery.The thrill of watching these players backstab one another will always supersede the desire for everyone to live happily ever after — it makes for amazing TV.
The Champions dominated the competition throughout its entirety, winning 9 of the 10 challenges. He also began Branch Out Clothing before Suck Yeah, a clothing company that focuses on sending positive messages into the world - "...Before appearing on Fresh Meat, Starkman went to college at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York On Fresh Meat, Starkman was paired with Coral Smith, one of the alumni of the RW/RR Challenges, and quickly became a fierce competitor who was viewed as a threat to other teams.Unfortunately, he suffered from a hernia in episode 5 and he and Smith, who also obtained injuries during the show, were removed from the competition in episode 11.In October 2011, Starkman, along with fellow Challenge castmember Kenny Santucci, was named in a lawsuit filed by fellow Challenge castmember Tonya Cooley, in which Cooley claimed that she was raped with a toothbrush while passed out from heavy drinking, during filming of the Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Ruins in Thailand in the spring of 2009.
It was the biggest dick move in reality television history.It’s the kind of intense emotional investment audiences usually reserve for characters on a scripted series.