Johnny Bananas & Wes Bergmann Call Out Vets: ‘You F****** Idiots’

Two legends from “The Challenge” reunited this week to share their ideas on the continued thirty seventh season and they didn’t maintain again of their criticism of the veterans on “Spies, Lies and Allies.” Wes Bergmann and Johnny “Bananas” Devenanzio appeared on Bananas’ new podcast “Death, Taxes and Bananas” to unpack the third episode and the season up to now.

Wes has been taking a break from the show to deal with different profession alternatives after his early exit on “Double Agents” whereas Bananas has been off for 2 seasons now, following his spectacular seventh win on “Total Madness.”

In this week’s episode, Bananas requested Wes “as a seasoned veteran of the sport, what do you consider the vet technique so far, mainly drawing a line within the sand, rookies on one facet, vets on the opposite?” Wes’ reply and the dialogue that adopted was an attention-grabbing one in regards to the position of the veterans on the show.

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Bananas & Wes Gave Their Thoughts on the Season & the Veteran Alliance

Wes replied to Bananas that the technique is “good” however then mentioned, “I believe that they are all idiots.” He defined, “They’re operating round with facial expressions as if they’d invented one thing that had by no means been performed or used earlier than. And it is like essentially the most modern factor, they’re calling the patent workplace and so they’re attempting to get all of it trademarked.”

It’s like, ‘You f****** idiots. We have been attempting to clarify this to you for the final 5 years that that is how the sport is meant to be performed. But you narcissistic ego, attention-seeking folks simply must deviate from that plan to get clout.

Wes advised his former rival, “They’re all operating round like they’ve simply scored a landing and it is such as you should not be this proud. It should not have taken you 5 years to be taught what now we have been doing for ten years earlier than you even began.”

Bananas agreed with Wes and mentioned, “Act such as you’ve been right here earlier than. I’ve at all times mentioned this. When you execute the right transfer or the right technique, you sort of preserve it to your self.” He mentioned one of the simplest ways to play the sport is to sit down within the background and trigger havoc however keep away from taking credit score for it as a result of that may put a goal in your again. He mentioned, “The longer you’ll be able to keep nameless and within the background and pull strings… and never let anyone know you are doing it, that in my view is essentially the most flawless, spectacular recreation.”


Bananas & Wes Spoke About How the Veterans on the Show Aren’t True ‘OGs’ & Are Playing the Game Differently

They spoke about how there are veterans there however the vets aren’t actually “displaying the best way.” Bananas defined that the veterans on the show are like “second, third-tier ‘vets’ who’re operating the show now” and the true veterans like Nany Gonzalez, Aneesa Ferreira and Chris “CT” Tamburello are taking a again seat and letting the “new crop of vets” take management.

“It’s sort of painful to look at, in a approach,” Bananas mentioned. Bananas and Wes defined that the brand new group of individuals approaching the show are taking their cues from the veterans so as a result of the veterans aren’t producing attention-grabbing storylines, the rookies aren’t both. The two vets gave the instance of the second on “Total Madness” after they coached rookie Jenn Lee into making a now-famous speech to her castmates that started with “greetings earthlings.”

Bananas mentioned when he is on the show, he seems like he is a “producer first and a cast member second.” He defined, “I’m not simply taking a look at from day-to-day what’s gonna profit my recreation… I take a look at it like, what’s gonna profit the show, what can I do to make the show higher.” He mentioned even when there’s one thing that has nothing to do with “The Challenge,” he’ll create storylines out of skinny air to make nice TV and gave the instance of when he wrote a collection of notes on “Vendettas” to create a divide among the many ladies on the show.

The two clarified that they love the show and the present season however that the veterans can perform a little bit higher to show the rookies methods to be extra entertaining.

“The Challenge: Spies, Lies and Allies” airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific instances on MTV.


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