Angel Cabrera won! Oh, sorry, I was referring to this year's Masters in Augusta. A two-hole sudden death playoff and he gets the green jacket, and I get to wait half an hour for The Amazing Race to begin. If I waited two weeks for a new episode, what harm can thirty minutes do? Anyway, last time Mel and Mike bid farewell, after a stupid mistake threw them way off course. It's sad, but it's expected, and I've dealt with the loss pretty well-by watching Mike's latest film, Nacho Libre. It also has some stupid mistakes, too, albeit for comic effect, and now I'm ready to face the last five teams make their way to Bangkok, with more stupid mistakes-foreshadowing, eh? Oh, and singing too. The film also had singing. En-car-naaa-cee-ownnnÂ¦
Andy Rooney talks about icebergs on 60 Minutes. I don't normally watch this-more because I fail to catch it from the start-but I find it amusing that we're going to a tropical country next. A Connecticut-sized iceberg hitting this country? Eeek. What's scarier? Zac Efron on David Letterman. Kidding.
After the refreshed theme tune got me dancing, it's off to the last pit stop: the Wat Themp Nimit Temple, in Phuket, Thailand. Tammy and Victor are the first to leave, after Mark and Michael's mess-up, and find themselves heading to some boatyard in Bangkok. Flashbacks of their own mess-up in Romania precede their search for an airport-bound taxi in the middle of the night. Cara and Jaime wonder if they got into an official taxi, and then complain about the language barrier. Thai is, indeed, complicated. Stuntmen next, and I laugh about one of their violations.
Do you speak English? Victor asks. I think airport employees are trained to speak in English, sir. Margie and Luke are out, and son is worried after mother's heat breakdown at the pit stop. Kisha and Jen are out, and talk about paranoia or something. Well, who would've guessed it? They all take the same flight to Bangkok. It basically becomes a taxi follow-a-thon.
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