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Cealey and Alex are the first Green team to have won it all on Endurance.
The Blue Team came back from Temple for the third time, which was an Endurance first.
In this episode, J.D. said no Endurance champion had not been to the Temple at least once before the finals. However, that is not true, because the Blue team in Season 1 became Endurance champions without going to the Temple until the Finals.
When JD announces the grand prize is a trip to Hawaii, he mentions the name of the show is "Endurance: High Sierras," which is the first time the contestants heard the name of their season. They had been told it would be called "Endurance: Shaver Lake."
This was voted the #1 challenge of all time on DiscoveryKids.com
The Gray team has been sent home first in three seasons out of only four seasons. And the only time they weren't eliminated first, they went on to win the entire game.
In all the other seasons (1, 2, 4, and 5) Gray team is the first to be eliminated but in season 3 Gray wins.
In the confessional, when Sarah does her song, her name is spelled Sara, not Sarah.
This was voted the #2 challenge on the Top 10 Challenges Episode, it is also JD Roth's favorite challenge.
The mission in this episode is called "Fate Falls" but the episode is just called "Partner Game." This episode and the previous episode are the only episodes in "Endurance" where the episode name is not the same as the mission name.
The 10 pyramid pieces are luck, discipline, leadership, heart, knowledge, trust, commitment, perseverance, strength, and courage.
The mission in this episode is called "Timeline" but the episode is just called "Right to Stay." This episode and the next episode are the only episodes in "Endurance" where the episode name is not the same as the mission name.