The Challenge: Double Agents Episode 13 Rankings

Michael Alvey
7 min readMar 15, 2021

Every week, I’m going to rank the players based on their impact in the episode. These rankings are going to be completely subjective (so please don’t spend too much time critiquing them) based on my feelings of how entertaining the characters were, how they did competitively/politically, and how the episode impacted their overall game.

I’m going to keep running totals to determine who has the best season on Double Agents. The winner of this prestigious championship will be awarded the grand prize of nothing.

Also, since more than half the cast has been eliminated, the scoring will now be in increments of 1.5.

Let’s get to it.


13–12. Amber B and Darrell

With a condensed episode, there wasn’t time to include much content from two of the biggest background characters of the season.

11. Big T

Being the Rogue Agent and avoiding the elimination was probably best for her, because I think both Nany and Gabby would have beaten her in this.

Now that she’s with Cory, she’s going to have to break one of the craziest streaks in Challenge history, as six of Cory’s partners have gone home.

Can she break the curse?

10–9. Kam and CT

Their partnership isn’t exactly off to a scintillating start.

Kam seemed more interested in trying to help Leroy win the mission than winning herself, causing CT to (justifiably) get annoyed.

But there really wasn’t a reason for anyone to try in this mission since it was pretty much a given that one way or another Nany would face Gabby, so I can’t really fault anyone who didn’t want to eat a bunch of gross shit either.

Big T probably would have given a better effort in this than Kam, but in the long run there’s no way you can fault CT’s decision to switch partners.

8. Cory