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The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business
Topic Started: Feb 22 2011, 08:41 AM (1,106 Views)
juniorz1
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This season was just ok- it would have been MUCH better had they brought back Brooke & Claire, like I'm sure they originally planned.

BUT, even with it being a so-so season, I cryed at the end of the episode, like I always do. Every season, no matter how invested I am in it, the finale just gets to me and I cry like a baby at the end. No other reality competition show moves me to tears. This one does every time though. And a good cry once in a while does a body good.

Thanks Amazing Race!
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juniorz1
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Oh, and while they weren't my favorite this year (that honor belongs to the Cowboys, closely followed by Jaime/Cara-my old faves- and Gary/Mallory- who are so sweet), I was thrilled that Kisha & Jen won. How cool was it that the only leg they placed 1st on the entire race was the one that really counted?

And the Globetrotters were right- Kisha/Jen were the most consistent racers all season. Yeah, they were never in 1st place, but they were also NEVER in the bottom or in real danger of being eliminated.
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juniorz1
May 10 2011, 01:32 AM
Every season, no matter how invested I am in it, the finale just gets to me and I cry like a baby at the end. No other reality competition show moves me to tears. This one does every time though. And a good cry once in a while does a body good.
I do that too. Only I also do it during Survivor episodes when they bring their family in :)
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Manny
May 10 2011, 01:56 AM
juniorz1
May 10 2011, 01:32 AM
Every season, no matter how invested I am in it, the finale just gets to me and I cry like a baby at the end. No other reality competition show moves me to tears. This one does every time though. And a good cry once in a while does a body good.
I do that too. Only I also do it during Survivor episodes when they bring their family in :)
Once in a while, if I'm REALLY attached to a contestant, I'll cry at that episode too.

You know what I miss about Survivor though, that they haven't done the past couple seasons? Survivor Auction, where they auction off the food items. It's my fave challenge.
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YES!! Survivor Auctions were THE BEST!
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