A friend and I on facebook:
She: Okay, 6 minutes into "The Amazing Race" - I already choose Brandon & Adam. They look like fun.
He: Is that who you're picking to win, or who you're cheering for?
She: Cheering for - I think they are probably a little too laid back to actually win, but I'm totally up for it if they do.
He: I'm wondering if the really uptight teams will start to get snarky towards them...
She: Oh probably - they are friendly, pleasant and cheerful...all the things the uber competitive loathe
He: I think the uptight'ers will be okay with those things. Instead, they'll get snarky having to spend time around people who have chosen their own rules to follow in life rather than blindly adopting society's rules.
She: Well I'll cross my fingers anyways...the boys from Oklahoma and the men from San Francisco also seem pleasant. The former are gonna have trouble though when it comes to communication.
It's official. I am madly in love with Meryl Davis.
Not sure who I like the most, but I definitely know who I dislike the most. Annoying Exes. Which means they'll go far in the race.
The minute they read the "who's ready to follow the leader" thing on the paragliding roadblock I knew whoever chose to do the roadblock would not be the one paragliding. It's been done before.
Am I the only one who finds it somewhat disturbing that two ER physicians didn't read the instructions properly? I hope I never wind up in their hospital.
Sort of harkens back to the first team eliminated from The Amazing Race Canada -- a police officer and a tax auditor -- who were eliminated when they misread the clues twice! (I wonder if one of the more prominent tax law firms in Canada that does a lot of advertising has used that as a tactic to discredit the aforementioned auditor yet?)
I'm glad to have TAR back on my TV The exes are obviously the universally hated team. I hope they get eliminated with the EP in their pocket and before they are able to give the other one away. Because for serious!
Phil has had such an amazing life so far. He seemed to live many places growing up and his job takes him everywhere. Love him!!
They should! Although having dealt with a lot of tax auditors, I am not remotely surprised about the inability to read.Sort of harkens back to the first team eliminated from The Amazing Race Canada -- a police officer and a tax auditor -- who were eliminated when they misread the clues twice! (I wonder if one of the more prominent tax law firms in Canada that does a lot of advertising has used that as a tactic to discredit the aforementioned auditor yet?)
I was kind of meh overall about the premiere. I stopped watching a few years ago, came back for "Unfinished Business" and got suckered back in, but it might be time for another break again.
I think we are going to be tragically late here in the Midwest. I think the little hand on the 60 Minutes stopwatch was at twenty.
TV guide said it was supposed to start at 7:30. Should it be delayed from that too?
It just started. They are now on their way to a boat of some sort.
And hello, bunching! I have not missed you.
I can't believe they're all going for the mining. I'd be pouring salt in the water rather than trying to find a clue in a bunch of salt rocks.
Those who never succeed themselves are always the first to tell you how.
The breaking the rock thing was actually easier. Interesting.
and the people carrying giant bags of salt could probably go faster if they had their shoes on. Just because you are in a bathing suit doesn't mean you can't wear shoes.
Theatre guys. That's quite an oops!
Wow huge mistake by theatre guys.
I float so easily (uh, maybe need more muscle tone) I probably wouldn't need the salt.