Road Rules: South Pacific

Road Rules: South Pacific
Format Reality
Created by Bunim/Murray Productions
Country of origin United States
Production
Running time 30 minutes, including commercials
Broadcast
Original channel MTV
Original run May 19, 2003 – September 15, 2003
Chronology
Preceded by Road Rules: Campus Crawl
Followed by Road Rules: X-Treme

Road Rules: South Pacific is the twelfth season of MTV's reality show Road Rules that takes place in the South Pacific.

Contents

Cast

Original cast members

Cast member Age Origin RW/RR Challenges
Abram Boise 20 Bozeman, MT The Gauntlet, The Inferno (Won), Battle of the Sexes 2, The Inferno II, The Inferno 3 (Won), The Island, Cutthroat
Mary Beth Decker 22 Houston, TX None
Dave Giuntoli[1] 22 St. Louis, MO The Gauntlet (Won)
Donell Langham 20 Boston, MA None
Christena Pyle 20 Tampa, FL The Inferno (Won)
Cara Zavaleta 22 Bowling Green, OH The Gauntlet (Won), The Gauntlet 2, The Inferno 3

Replacement cast members

Cast member Age Origin Cast member replaced RW/RR Challenges
Chris Graebe 22 Ellettsville, IN Abram Battle of the Sexes 2
Tina Barta 21 Lincoln, NE Cara The Gauntlet, Battle of the Sexes 2, The Inferno II, Fresh Meat, The Duel
Jeremy Blossom 19 Parma Heights, OH Donell The Inferno, The Gauntlet 2

Two girls discovered by Playboy. Cara Zavaleta was named Playmate of the Month for November 2004 after the show had already aired. Mary Beth Decker, a bartender from College Station, TX was named Cyber Girl of the Month for January 2003 before she had even been cast for the show.

The entire cast of this season was trained in public speaking by American University's Department of Communications.

  • Bold indicates the contestant was a finalist on the Challenge, but lost in the Final Race.

Missions

# Challenge Result Notes
1 Around the World Completed
2 Buried Alive Completed
3 Strong Man Competition Completed
4 Search for the Cure Completed
5 Family Fued Completed
6 Climb to Jump Completed
7 Strip Tease Completed Abram DQ'd for hitting; Chris replaces him.
8 Catche Me If You Can Failed
9 Rock Diving Completed
10 Glacier Climb Failed Cara voted out; Tina replaces her.
11 Little House on the Prairie Completed
12 Sensory Race Completed
13 Put the Skills to the Test Failed Donell voted out; Jeremy replaces him.
14 Face Off Failed Beat by Road Rules: Campus Crawl
15 Trust Me Completed
16 Grab the Keys Completed

Memorable Moments

  • The cast jumps off the Sky Tower in New Zealand.
  • The cast runs up the stairs of a huge skyscraper in New Zealand.
  • Abram hits Donell after Donell won't stop making fun of Abram, forcing him to get kicked off.
  • Several members of the cast get the tattoo they worked so hard to get during the show.

References

  1. ^ Seely, Mike (2003-05-28). "Gravy Train; The latest St. Louisan to hop aboard the reality-TV juggernaut sees nothing but green". The Riverfront Times 27 (22). Archived from the original on 2011-06-19. http://webcitation.org/5zY9JiptK. Retrieved 2011-06-19. 

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