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Road Rules: The Quest

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Country of origin  United States
Original network  MTV
Final episode date  29 October 2001
Number of episodes  16
No. of episodes  16
First episode date  9 July 2001
Network  MTV
Genre  reality television
Original release  July 9 (2001-07-09) – October 29, 2001 (2001-10-29)
Program creators  Bunim/Murray Productions, Jonathan Murray, Mary-Ellis Bunim

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Road Rules: The Quest is the tenth season of the MTV reality television series Road Rules. It first aired on MTV in 2001, and featured six strangers chosen to compete in missions, while living in a RV. In this particular season, the contestants drove their RV to missions in Morocco and Spain. The season also was the first to have a rule where the cast would potentially have to vote a cast member off if the cast failed to meet a certain set of rules pertaining to successful missions completed.


This season of Road Rules was the first and only season to be preceded by a casting special in which 27 potential cast members for The Real World and Road Rules spent time together for a week to see how they interacted to be selected for one of the two shows.


  • ^Note 1 : At time of filming.
  • This was the first season in which the Road Rules team had to vote off a contestant and to have a replacement, as punishment for losing two missions. Jisela was voted out and Katie took her place.
  • Subsequent Challenges

  • This was the first season of Road Rules whose entire cast has at one time or another competed in MTV's spin-off reality series The Challenge.
  • Challenge in bold indicates that the contestant was a finalist on The Challenge.
  • Future appearances

    Adam returned to the series as part of the alumni cast of Road Rules 2007: Viewers' Revenge.


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