Road Rules is back! And this time around, you're in charge. Like the 13 seasons of Road Rules that have come before, we're putting six suddenly penniless people in an RV and setting them on an adventure led by a Roadmaster, Drew Bell. And, as before, each episode will land the competitors in new locations to face unforeseen obstacles and challenges as they strive to achieve their goal. Expect each episode to have all of the big missions that are at the core of Road Rules. And with it expect all of the drama that comes from Road Rules veterans Veronica, Abram, Kina, Adam, Susie and Shane being crammed into an RV without a clue of where they're headed or what they'll be doing tomorrow.
Viewers' Revenge Finale
Episode 14x15; May 09, 2007
14x15: Viewers' Revenge Finale
14x14: Vegas Circus
14x13: The Condemned
14x12: The Viewers' Revenge Bowl
14x11: Stick It
14x10: Assassins in Training
14x9: Let's Get Dirty
14x8: Marine Search and Rescue
14x7: The Roadies Do Spring Break
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