Anyway... I thought that the second episode, overall, was very good. While the reality show drama isn't necessarily what we want to see, it will help draw people in.
I thought Bonnar was being reasonable and the Diego was being a jerk. It sucks to have to be the one to say "Hey, c'mon, you're being a jerk" because then YOU look like a jerk... but Bonnar stepped up and did it in a nice way. I don't know the relative ages of these guys, but it seems like Bonnar is a little more mature... maybe Diego still lives with his parents?
I thought Chris did a piss-poor job of defending himself in his final statement. I don't think it would have made any difference... but I think you should take that time to say "this is why I should stay" - not whine about the other guy.
Finally, why did they have to have this episode without a fight to decide who goes? It is a limitation on the number of episodes or something? Seems like they said "well... we need 16 guys... because that sounds like the right number... but we don't have time to have that many fights... so we'll get rid of two in one episode..." which is stupid.
Only other explanantion I could think of is that the elimination fights are going to take a chunk of time (2x5 minute rounds uncut?) and that they didn't want to come out of the gate with that much screen time to fighting... that they'd rather have a couple episodes that are strictly in the reality show vein, to try to gather more viewers.
I can't believe those guys drinking when they've gotta train so much... we'll see if the "no drinking" lasts from either of the those two...