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Margie and Luke Say Pit-Stop Fight Was Blown Out of Proportion

Two puzzling surfboard photos prevented Luke Adams from being Amazing Race's first deaf winner. But even if the die-hard Race fan and his mom, Margie, had won, they'd probably still be remembered more for their infamous fight with Kisha and Jen. Is it all water under the bridge now? Find out what the third-place finishers had to say below, as well as why Luke couldn't stay cool under pressure at the Roadblock. To Read More Click Here .

Tammy and Victor Jih, Winners of 'The Amazing Race' 14

" The Amazing Race " season 14 had its finale on Sunday, May 10 with three remaining teams. Lawyer siblings, Tammy and Victor, literally run for their lives against mother-son Margie and Luke as well as cheerleaders Jamie and Cara. All the three teams departed from Beijing, China and traveled to Maui, Hawaii on the same flight. Thus everybody got the same chance to win the race. Once in the destination, they have to go to a beach and season a 140-pound pig before carrying it with only a pole as a tool. The journey to lift the pig was proven tough as the weight and the few hundred yards under the sun became a huge challenge for some of them. Margie and Luke arrived first and headed to McGregor Point to hop on a Jet Ski to find their next clue among many buoys. Tammy and Victor were right behind them, followed closely by Jamie and Cara. Meanwhile, Margie and Luke had found their clue and were told to find Maui Surfboard Fence. Jamie and Cara overtook Tammy and Victor in finding the clues. Turned out the next task was a Road Block. One of the team members has to sort out a huge pile of surfboards that have pictures of monumental events during the 11 legs of the race. Using their memory skill, the member must erect the surfboards in order of the occurrence. Luke volunteered to do the challenge and got off to a nice start. Jamie and Cara were frustrated with their cab driver who took them to a surfboards shop instead. In the mean time, Tammy and Victor were trapped in traffic jam but they got to the place first. Victor stepped up for the challenge while Luke got his boards wrong. Jamie arrived and did the task too. But it was Victor who got all of them correct first. After frustrated by getting it wrong several times, Jamie and Luke decided to work it up together and found the missing icon. Both finished the job and ran for their next clue with Jamie slightly ahead. While they were on the cab for the final destination, Tammy and Victor finished the race and became the winner of the 14th season. The siblings won 1 million dollars and apparently their victory was by far margin compared to the other two. Jamie and Cara finished second followed by Luke who beat himself a lot. His mother told him that she was proud of him. Source Here

Watch a sneak peek of THE AMAZING RACE 14 Episode 12 "This is How You Lose a Million Dollars"

Following a Race that spanned three continents, nine countries and 40,000 miles, Tammy and Victor, Cara and Jaime and Luke and Margie will square off in a grueling final leg that will test their endurance, their memory and one Racer's karma, during the season finale of THE AMAZING RACE 14, Sunday, May 10 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Phil Keoghan is host. Source & Sneak Peek

Urine Trouble: Amazing Race's Kisha and Jen Explain Pee Break, How to Eat Starfish

When you have to go, you have to go - even if $1 million is on the line. Jennifer Hoffman prioritized her bladder over finding the Pit Stop on this week's Amazing Race, and she and sister, LaKisha, were eventually eliminated. But was the ill-timed potty break the cause of their demise in Beijing, as host Phil Keoghan so sternly implied? Find out below, as well as their thoughts on being U-Turned and their take of the infamous Pit-fight with Margie and Luke. To Read More Click Here .

Preview of 'The Amazing Race 14' Season Finale

" The Amazing Race " 14 is down to three teams. Tammy and Victor, Margie and Luke as well as Jamie and Cara are in the last leg of their race to 1 million dollars. The preview to the season finale has been available, showing the teams in the struggle to transport a boar, stack up surfing boards and ride on jet ski in Hawaii. The official recount from CBS is read: "One team's rage against taxi drivers around the world comes back to haunt them. Two teams put their friendship first when they set aside the race and help each other finish a task. One racer's constant nagging while searching for a clue causes their partner to lose their cool and in an unprecedented finale." The final three were determined when Kisha and Jen finished last on the race on Sunday, May 3. The challenge in Beijing, China proved to be a fierce competition. Tammy and Victor decided to use U-Turn on Kisha and Jen because they are deemed too athletic. Tammy and Victor ended up the first to arrive and won a trip for two to Galapagos Islands. Source & Video

Watch a sneak peek of Episode 10 "Having a Baby's Gotta Be Easier Than This"

In an Olympic-themed task in Beijing, Teams swim the same distance that Michael Phelps swam in the 400 meter individual medley, and two Teams continue to hold a grudge against each other, on THE AMAZING RACE 14, Sunday, April 26 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Phil Keoghan is host. To Watch The Preview Click here . Source Here

Interview: Mark and Michael, from 'The Amazing Race 14'

Mark and Michael, the stuntmen brothers, surprised a lot of people this season on The Amazing Race . While often portrayed (wrongly) by CBS as bumbling fools, Mark and Michael proved to be able racers with incredibly high motors, and exceedingly likable guys to boot. While a couple of mistakes placed them in an unenviable hole going into last night's leg on The Amazing Race, the brothers kept their spirits high and never gave up. We had the distinct pleasure of speaking with Mark and Michael earlier today, and they were as congenial as you might expect. To Read More Click here .

Watch a sneak peek of Episode 9 "Our Parents Will Cry Themselves to Death"

During the Detour, one Racer is frustrated when a dancing judge doesn't understand their question, and two Teams battle each other throughout the leg, leading to a full-blown mat meltdown, on The Amazing Race 14, Sunday, April 19 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Phil Keoghan is host. To Watch The Preview Click here . Source Here

'The Amazing Race' Preserved for 15th Season

CBS aim to prolong their Emmy Award-wining series " The Amazing Race " for one more season. Through their Twitter, the network announced that there will be the 15th leg of the race around the world for broadcast in 2009-2010 season. Auditions for the new season have been opened and the requirements can been seen at CBS.com. Host Phil Keoghan will appear at the open casting calls during his bike ride across America which will end in NYC on May 9. Among the stops he is making are in Chicago (April 24), Pittsburgh (May 1) and New York (May 8). In the casting call, pairs will tape a video about two minutes long, describing why they are worthy to be picked. Before that, they are also required to fill in a 13-page form that will help better understanding the hopefuls. Among the questions are "Do you have any phobias?" and "What is your opinion about foreigners?" With five teams left, the current season of "Amazing Race" will wind down on May 10. The show has been averaging 10.9 million viewers each week. Source Here

The Amazing Race 14: The Silly Misadventures of Mark and Michael

(Before we begin, I'd like to give a shoutout to the folks at CBS. Where are the photos from the last two episodes of The Amazing Race ? Luckily I found a photo that somehow ties in to the theme of this entry... oh, well. Let's get on with it.) The cheerleaders, Cara and Jaime, did describe stuntmen Mark and Michael as a couple of cartoon characters. When I first saw that a few weeks ago, I figured it was because their small statures don't do justice to their physical fitness and their energy. Who would've known that, weeks later, I'd see that remark in a completely different light? I'd like to pitch a new animated series, then, perhaps more akin to those seven-minute shorts: The Silly Misadventures of Mark and Michael. It involves two shorter-than-usual brothers who end up making stupid mistakes and almost - just almost! - paying dearly for it. Let's not delve into who these two are for now: the brothers, obviously named Mark and Michael, will work in tandem, and although they'd fight on a few occasions, they'll do their deeds together, and fall in pits together. The first short would probably entail them visiting someone's home in a chilly part of their cartoon land, and for the next five minutes or so, they'd walk around in circles looking for the clearly-marked house, not realizing that it's been there all along. (All right, that's not how it went in Siberia, but you know where I'm going to.) Maybe the second short would see them participate in a bicycle race, and they decide to sabotage it - by putting spikes on the road, and then hiding all the tire pumps so everybody struggles with the thing. They also decide to put a GPS device on their bike. (Again, that's not how it went in Phuket, but you know where I'm going to.) And the third short oh, never mind. Back to my point, then - Mark and Michael are becoming the cartoon characters the cheerleaders described them for all the wrong reasons. Surely, you've seen animated programs, and there's always a bumbling character, either in the background, or as the star itself? That's what they've become. It's a little pinch of entertainment in an otherwise tepid season that, for some reason, ends up leaving me exasperated. I mean, at first them hiding all the tire pumps during the Phuket Detour seemed like a cunning idea, but it backfired on them. Their second flub on that leg - having a taxi follow them - was their fault, so that's acceptable. And an hour-long penalty doesn't really hurt much, considering they still ended up in third place. It should only happen once, but when they decided to barter their stuff to pay for their expensive taxi-led effort to retrieve their bags, it became exasperating that they've done it again. Four hours! What exactly were you thinking, stuntmen? I'm sure there's a rule book somewhere, and you're definitely briefed about these things before the race began in Los Angeles, so why disregard them? Sometimes, if things get repetitive, things get annoying. But at this rate - three hours added to their release time, and a speed bump somewhere in China - I don't expect the stuntmen to stay much longer. In true cartoon fashion, the ending should be: that's all, folks! Unless, of course, somebody else stumbles big time... Source Here