Tough As Nails November 24, 2021 Eliminated Tak Tanabe From Individual Competitions (Recap)

Tough As Nails November 24, 2021 Eliminated Tak Tanabe From Individual Competitions (Recap)

Hey, “Tough As Nails” fans. Tonight, November 24, 2021, another new episode of Tough As Nails season 3 did indeed air, and another unlucky contestant saw their dreams of winning the individual, grand prize of $200,000 dollars shatter into a million, little, itty bitty pieces.

Tonight’s episode kicked off with another team challenge. Currently, the Dirty Hands team led 4-3 in team wins. The first team to get 5 wins, wins a bonus $60,000 dollars. In this team challenge, they had to reseal tarmac in two blocked out sections.

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Jerome was picked to be the crew boss for the Dirty Hands team. Sarah was picked by her teammates to be crew boss for the Savage Crew team. During the comp, they had to use blowers to clear out the sections. They had to use tow trucks to move cars off the lot. They had to use a melter to cover cracks in the pavement, and they also had to clean the area. Then, in the final steps, they used applicator brooms to reseal the tarmac.

The Savage Crew team ran into problems early on, but they got it together and started to catch up to the Dirty Hands team. However, the Dirty Hands crew kept their lead and came out with the win. This win gave the Dirty Hands team the all-important 5th win to claim the bonus $60,000 dollars! Plus, they collected the regular $12,000 for winning this team challenge.

There is another team challenge still ahead. So,the Savage Crew will get another shot at winning at least another $12,000 dollars in a future episode. Mike told his Savage Crew teammates, “We need to pull it together and brush this off.”

Next, they did the individual challenge. It had them painting parking spots. The winner received a deluxe barbecue set. During this challenge, they had to drill holes in the cement to install car stops. Quincey ran into issues with his drill bits at one point.

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They had to lay down tape to mask off their area of the parking spot they were painting. When it was all over with, Elizabeth won 1 place and the barbecue set. Lia came in second. Jerome took 3rd place. Mike came in 4th. Quincey and Tak were the last two finishers. So, they had to compete in the overtime challenge to keep their life in the individual competitions.

For the Overtime challenge, Quincey and Tak had to correctly move 4 cars from their valet parking spots to another spot and then park a Ford F-150 into a vacant valet parking spot for the win. During the comp, Quincey ran into trouble early on with getting one of the cars started.

Tak made a few mistakes by getting the wrong keys and stuff. Quincey was eventually able to catch up to Tak, and it came down to the wire. Ultimately, Quincey was able to park his Ford F-150 truck just before Tak for the win! So, Tak got eliminated from the individual challenges. However, he will be still around to compete in more team competitions.

How do you guys feel about Tak Tanabe getting eliminated from individual competitions in tonight’s November 24, 2021 episode? Let us know in the comments section.

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The next, new episode of Tough As Nails season 3 is scheduled to air next Wednesday night, December 1, 2021 at approximately 8 pm central standard time on CBS.

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