Falling At Your Feet

Road Rules: Season 13: Episode 10

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Falling At Your Feet

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MTV | MTV - Music Television | Air Date: August 9, 2004
Summary: Derrick is getting increasingly annoyed with Nick, apparently because of Nick's "stupid comments." No longer the newest person on the team, Nick still feels like an outsider. He feels ganged up on and is defensive and that has apparently made him persona non grata. When the gang goes that night, Nick is the designated driver for the secondDerrick is getting increasingly annoyed with Nick, apparently because of Nick's "stupid comments." No longer the newest person on the team, Nick still feels like an outsider. He feels ganged up on and is defensive and that has apparently made him persona non grata. When the gang goes that night, Nick is the designated driver for the second time in a row. Poor guy just can't catch a break. Desperately trying to gain acceptance in the group, Nick offers to drive to Buenos Aries.

In the Falling at Your Feet mission, the Roadies learn they must once again pair off into three teams of two. Each team of two must stand on an eight foot pillar, which is attached to a truck by a chain. The pillar is pulled out from under their feet as the truck zooms by. When the pillar is yanked from under them, the two Roadies must land on their feet in the designated area. No other part of their body must touch the ground.

Angela and Ibis go first and fail miserably. Nick and Patrick complete the jump successfully by timing their "jump" just before the pillar is pulled out from underneath them. Derrick and Jodi also complete their portion of the mission. When Ibis and Angela go a second time, they think they've completed it, but until an instant replay is viewed, there won't be a decision. Turns out that Ibis' booty touched the ground, so they fail the mission and now must eliminate yet another team member. Geez, Road Rules X-Treme is kickin' this teams' ass.

Nick is worried that he'll be sent home for personal reasons or for just "being the new guy," but he feels good about his performance in the four missions he has been a part of. At the vote-off, Ibis gets things going by voting for herself and gives a speech that pretty much says she is okay with going home because it's the right decision. The Roadies come to their senses and decide not to be petty and Ibis is voted off. Ibis leaves without any regrets and loves the experience she had in South America.

The roommates decide that their team dynamics might change, but they always need to be conscious of remaining a tight-knit team.
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