Last week was fun and exciting (and perplexing for Nick and Vicki) but I agree with what one of you said in the comments, it wasn't very fair. Katie and Rachel weren't given much of a chance to catch up, with their late start and only two o more
two types of people in the world: People who grew up reading D’Aulaires’ Book
of Greek Myths, and people who grew up reading D’Aulaires’ Book of Norse Myths.
Written and illustrated by an adorably Euro-perfect husband/wife team (he was a
episode of The Amazing Race, “We Should Have Brought Gloves and Butt Pads”,
reminded us that competition on the race is a team effort more.
individual challenges such as the Roadblocks, the ability to work with your
teammate a more
We start with a snippet of the teams working at the Asebedia Primary School during their pit stop. So very cool. Then the last leg's winners, Connor and Jonathan, are first to grab their clue and learn they're heading to Lapland. All the teams are given p more
"Boxing, Claire! It's Boxing! Claire! Boxing! Claaaire!'' So began last night's episode of The Amazing Race, an hour of general tomfoolery (never have so many teams so completely missed such an obvious clue) presided over by a contestant I am legally aut more
"Boxing, Claire! Itâs Boxing! Claire! Boxing! Claaaire!â So began last nightâs episode of The Amazing Race, an hour of general tomfoolery (never have so many teams so completely missed such an obvious clue) preside more
Bad taxi luck struck again on The Amazing Race - this time eliminating Andie DeKroon, 43, and the daughter she put up for adoption and is getting to know, Jenna Sykes. "It did stink because we all left the airport at the same time. We got in the cab, more
In the A Kiss Saves the Day episode of THE AMAZING RACE the teams leave Eastnor Castle for Accra, Ghana. Jill and Thomas's initial lead disappears when all the racers end up on the same flight out of Heathrow in one of TAR's patented bunch-ups more