‘The Problem’ Recap: A Robust Participant Is Despatched Residence After A Surprising Betrayal By His Personal Staff


Simply three weeks in, one staff is already turning on one another on ‘The Problem: Warfare of the Worlds’ — and it ends in an elimination that NO ONE noticed coming!

The Sept. 11 episode of The Problem: Warfare of the Worlds 2 begins with staff conferences for each the U.S. and U.Okay. groups. A few of the U.S. gamers are frightened about different staff members aligning themselves too intently with the U.Okay. solid. Apart from the plain — Wes — Josh can be worrisome due to his friendship with Georgia. In an effort to show himself to his staff, Josh guarantees to appoint himself as a speaker for the tribunal if the U.S. wins the subsequent problem, so that they know that they’ll belief him to vote the strongest U.Okay. gamers into elimination…even when they’re his pals.

In the meantime, the U.Okay. staff additionally chats about who will likely be their speaker in the event that they win. Bear desires to appoint himself, however since he, and Theo are on the outs with the staff’s predominant alliance, led by Joss and Rogan, he has bother convincing the others. It results in some rigidity amongst the U.Okay. staff. On the each day problem, the gamers must memorize a set of numbers, then use them to unlock 16 locks which are holding up puzzle items in a large, spinning, hamster wheel-like contraption.

The U.S. staff majorly struggles with the problem, whereas the U.Okay. staff appears to breeze by means of it proper simpler. T.J. Lavin reveals that U.Okay. completed the problem faster, however they’re NOT named the winners. That’s as a result of two of their locks had been BROKEN off, versus open with the codes. The dishonest disqualifies them, and U.S. wins, with Josh nominating himself as speaker and selecting Zach and Laurel to affix him within the tribunal.

On the U.Okay. elimination nomination, issues explode when a number of gamers categorical desirous to vote Bear in. He tries to combat it, however the majority of the staff votes him in since he’s not of their alliance, and he’s heading to the proving floor. Now, Josh, Zach and Laurel have to select Bear’s opponent. The remainder of the staff is hoping they go together with the strongest U.Okay. participant — Theo — however Josh is hesitant to take action as a result of he doesn’t need Theo to return again with a vengeance.

After all, earlier within the episode, Josh promised his staff that he would vote within the strongest U.Okay participant if he was within the tribunal, so Wes calls him out for going again on his phrase. It results in main rigidity between Josh and Wes, who argue over it till Josh lastly leaves the room. After that, Wes begins gossiping about how Josh is an “expendable” participant who they’ll vote in as quickly as they’ve an opportunity. What he doesn’t know is that Laurel is listening to the entire dialog…and rushes to Josh afterward to share what she heard.

Laurel and Josh give you an alternate plan: They’ll each vote Wes into the elimination and utterly blindside him! Nevertheless, Josh’s alliance member, Paulie, tries to speak some sense into Josh and warn him to not rock the boat. He assures him that voting Theo in is what’s finest for the staff, not JUST a choice to appease Wes.

On the proving floor, Zach votes for Theo, however Lauren and Josh shock everybody by selecting Wes. Wes and Bear are tasked with preventing over balls which are fired at them, with the objective being to attain two balls of their respective objectives. Bear scores the primary level simply, however issues get far more bodily with the second ball. Nevertheless, Bear wins the purpose, and eliminates Wes. He additionally decides to remain on staff U.Okay., although he has numerous enemies on his staff.