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Old 10-05-2005, 01:00 PM   #46
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Don't you hate it when they ruin your favorite show?



but does anyone know why they haven't left the US yet ?
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Old 10-05-2005, 03:33 PM   #47
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but does anyone know why they haven't left the US yet ?
I don't think they're going to .

Last night was so boring, I don't even remember who got elimated - a dad and his daughters?

edit: Ooops, it was the creepy dad with his wife and two teenagers .
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Old 10-06-2005, 08:30 AM   #48
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Just watched on tape last night since I had to see some band named U2 on Tuesday:

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..and now the family with my favorite player is gone.
Yeah I'm bummed the hot daughter in the black gym shorts is gone too.

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Not to mention the fact that they're still in the U.S. and don't appear to be leaving anytime soon.
Next week they are at NASA, which I assume means either FLA or Houston.
And did you notice in the recap, Phil doesn't say "The first leg in a race around the world" like he has in the past, just "the first leg of a race for a million dollars", or something like that, never mentions "around the world".

I guess we'll some amazing exotic locales like: San Antonio, Calgary, Detroit, Ottawa and the mindblowing twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
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I can understand them thinking that a family edition might be appealing to many viewers...but I can't understand how they could possibly think that people wouldn't be turned off by not having teams going all over the world.
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*nods* Exactly, I'll continue to watch and hope it gets better. It just kind of seems silly to have a bunch of folks race inside their own country... but oh well. Maybe it will get more interesting.
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I missed the first season. Since it's out on DVD, maybe I'll use that to fill my time.
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My Dad, my uncles and I were seriously thinking about trying out for the show this time. If I found out that we were on the season that didn't leave the U.S., I'd be furious.
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Since I don't know about the past versions.......


Would it be harder to transport a family of 4 all around the world?

or have they done that, with lots of people, in the past?
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It's on tonight folks! On my tv info it says for tonights episode that the familys encounter hectic times at an airport...
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It's on tonight folks! On my tv info it says for tonights episode that the familys encounter hectic times at an airport...
Who doesn't?
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airport???

OOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooO~~~

I wonder where they are going?

hahahaha

it's almost time
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That was an odd episode.....
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My favourite family is now out

The Weaver family is really starting to bother me
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That was some hectic time at the airport alright (not). They tried to create some kind of drama there, but there was none. The way the centrifuge thing played out, it really took any real element of "race" out of the end of the leg.
OK Aiello's, you wait till last to go on the Astronaut Ride, and as a result, you will be eliminated.
The next Road Block should be in California where one family member has to waterski in the Pacific Ocean wearing a leather jacket and Henry Winkler wig and (you guessed it) jump a shark.
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The next Road Block should be in California where one family member has to waterski in the Pacific Ocean wearing a leather jacket and Henry Winkler wig and (you guessed it) jump a shark.
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