Sunday's episode was very tightly contained, but also very cinematic, as teams started off in Zermatt, completed a Detour in the Alps under the shadow of the Matterhorn, and then returned to Zermatt for what was apparently an impressively time-consuming Roadblock. Read More...
Recap: 'The Amazing Race' - 'Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen'
Kent & Vxysin should have gone home weeks ago. I can forgive Vyxsin's coddling of her whiney boyfriend, but I can't forgive the game's coddling of Kent & Vyxsin. They weren't strong competitors. They weren't likable. They weren't good TV. And they presence added nothing to this season other than annoying me on many occasions. So yes, I screamed at my computer for them to cheat on Sunday night, but I probably didn't need to. The Goths were sent home for exactly the kind of dumb error they've made on several occasions this season, only this gaffe was made with no margin for error. And with the Goths out of the way, I can go into next Sunday's two-hour "Amazing Race" finale without any team that I'm actively rooting against.
Yes, I'm rooting *for* Justin & Zev and the Globetrotters, but if Kisha & Jen win, I won't complain. And even if goofball Mallory and her awesome dad Gary win, I'll figure that Gary worked hard enough on his own for his team to deserve the big prize.