Last night's episode of the Inferno started out with Abram (South Pacific) and Derrick (Extreme) both assuring each other that there was no way in hell that Kenny (Fresh Meat) would ever win the LifeShield.
Back on the Good Guys team, Ace (Paris) is also eager to prove himself, and his team discusses who should go into the Inferno. Timmy wants to volunteer, but some castmembers, especially Alton (Las Vegas) are pushing to save Timmy and bring Davis (Denver) back to the Inferno.
The mission is "Dog Day Afternoon" where the cast splits up into teams of two, having to pull two castmembers of the opposing teams on huge sleds. Timmy DQs because he is unable to finish the Challenge due to a torn calf muscle he injured in the ladder challenge.
Surprisingly, both Ace and Kenny pull off the LifeShield win. Timmy volunteers to go once again, much to the dismay of Alton who wants Davis to go in.
At the Inferno, Timmy is brought in, while Abram looks just to volunteer himself. The Inferno is simple. The guys are elevated in a glass box, given a steel ring, and have to break out of the glass box. If one of the panels of glass remained unbroken, they are DQed. There are three layers on each side, except the bottom layer which is the thickest.
It's a close competition, but Timmy breaks through the floor first. However, TJ Lavin informs our friend Timmy that when he went up to break the top panel, he stood up and popped one of the panels off without ever breaking it, therefore DQing Timmy and saving Abram.
Everyone is clearly disappointed and Timmy uses this opportunity to give a speech and retire from the Challenges. And in a first time ever, he gets a montage with footage from his Challenges and Road Rules USA Tour 2. Timmy joins an ever growing gaggle of castmembers who say they will never do another Challenge again.