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Amazing Race Results – Cho Brothers Eliminated

November 19, 2006 09:36 PM by Joe Reality

Cho_brothersFor the tenth leg of the Amazing Race 10, teams traveled by plane to Kiev, Ukraine.  In Kiev, teams drove to the Oster Tank School.  For the roadblock, teams had to drive a tank through a training course.  After completing the roadblock, teams had to locate a specific apartment in Kiev.  The Cho brothers waited on Team Alabama to finish the tank course before leaving. 

On the way to Kiev, Rob & Kimberly had car trouble and had to wait on a replacement car.  Team Alabama got tired of waiting on the Cho brothers and drove off on their own.  At the apartment, teams received a detour choice between “Make The Music” and “Find The Music.”  In “Make The Music,” teams had to write and record a rap song incorporating the names of the countries they’ve visited.  In “Find The Music,” teams had to search through stacks of sheet music to find a specific musical piece called “Concert Fantasy” and then find a pianist to play it. 

After completing the detour, the teams raced to the Patriotic War Memorial, which was the pit stop for this leg of the race.  Tyler & James arrived in first place, and they won a trip for two to a resort and spa in Mexico.  Dustin & Kandice arrived in second place, Rob & Kimberly arrived in third place, and Lyn & Karlyn arrived in fourth place.  Erwin & Godwin Cho arrived in last place and were eliminated from the Amazing Race.  An emotional Godwin said “We wanted to run the race the way we were raised.  No one’s perfect and we probably made a lot of mistakes, but we wanted to do it the way we thought it was right.”      

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16 Responses to “Amazing Race Results – Cho Brothers Eliminated”

  1. Ugly Alabama beyotches Says:
    November 19th, 2006 at 10:30 pm

    I feel bad for the Cho brothers, but it was their fault. Why did they align themselves with those two ugly, always in a bad mood bitches from Alabama. Gosh, I hate those two ladies.

  2. Cho Bros. Fan Says:
    November 19th, 2006 at 11:32 pm

    It sucks. They were the fave from my point to win it all. They made a big mistake of waiting on the Bama’s.

  3. shelley Says:
    November 19th, 2006 at 11:41 pm

    they alligned themselves they admit with two of the weaker teams in the hopes that if they were the top three teams, the weak teams would be easy pickings in the last leg. a good plan, but the alliance cast last if you are the last two teams.
    the bama team are average looking people. they are not beauty queens or models.

  4. Anonymous Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 12:12 am

    Sorry for the Cho brothers, but that wasn’t a nice comment about the Bama girls. This is a game and it has to be played smart. Especially at this point in the game. The two blondes have been playing that way all along. The Bama girls should have been playing like they have been playing anyway.

  5. M. Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 12:22 am

    Team Alabama is terrible because they’re so self-righteous. The Chos were fine because they were so nice. The beauty queens do evil things, but they don’t pretend to be holier than thou. The Bama girls complain about underhanded techniques and then screw their alliance members over. This kind of hypocrisy is why they suck.

  6. Einez Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 4:33 am

    I was sad for the Cho Brothers but their elimination was expected. An alliance can work and it has worked in past races. The problem was the Cho’s didn’t run the race on their own. There is nothing wrong with camaraderie but when it’s a race there are limits. Waiting for the other teams is just one of them and a bad move.

  7. Maria Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 4:37 am

    Rule number one in a race alliance. Ok with sharing info but during Detours and Roadblock’s your on your own and get going when your done. I wish the Cho’s had known better. They would still be in the race.

  8. Karen Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 2:14 pm

    Come on, they did it to themselves. Waiting for another team is just a self-fulfilling prophacy at this point in the race … especially for a team like the ‘Bama gals. Lyn seems like a nice person but that Karlyn is one rude and angry woman!

    Sorry for the Chos but the outcome was predictable. Maybe Rosie can give them a house, car, computer, and 3 trips too!

  9. Anonymous Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 2:30 pm

    The Cho brothers were very good people. It sucks that team Alabama did that to them.

  10. . Says:
    November 20th, 2006 at 7:01 pm

    I’m on Bama’s side with this one. You’re not going to win a race if keep having to stop every 5 minutes just to ask for directions. They tried to stay alligned by sharing info, but didn’t want to have to be stuck following people who are obviously not even TRYING to win.

    And beauty has nothing to do with any of this.

  11. Anonymous Says:
    November 21st, 2006 at 2:33 am

    It’s the Chos’ fault for waiting and aligning themselves with weaker teams. They were too nice. I hope those ugly scabs from Alabama get eliminated next. I can’t stand those two.

  12. Ben Says:
    November 22nd, 2006 at 6:30 am

    Four teams beat the Chos to the pit stop, yet the only two people being raked over the coals and called insulting and deragatory names are the two African American women. Why? The Chos were never good at navigation — remember they could barely get themselves out of Seattle (then showed up to the airport weilding toy guns). Why the assumption that the Chos were there to smarten up the other teams? They might have been able to swim and perform other tasks faster than the remainder of the alliance, but if you can’t navigate, you won’t be around long. Maybe, just maybe, they lasted as long in the race because of the alliance — not necessarily because they chose to be the self-appointed leaders of people who did not ask to be led. Anyone with an understanding of the show knew this was an elimination leg — what should Team Alabama have done? Sit back and be eliminated?

  13. . Says:
    November 22nd, 2006 at 7:17 pm

    ^We don’t need any more Joannas.

  14. Mel Says:
    November 26th, 2006 at 3:39 pm

    My husband and I are going to miss the Cho brothers. I wished that the producers would have made it a non elimination leg of the race. It is such a shame that for once “Good Guys” did not finish first. We were rooting for them all the way. When the Chos were eliminated, my husband and I decided to no longer tune in to watch the remainder episodes. Sorry Amazing Race ….you lost some very important viewers. I would love to have the Chos be in my circle of friends, family and to even marry my beautiful daughters. Good people are few and far in between.

  15. RACE REALIST Says:
    November 27th, 2006 at 2:04 pm

    It’s nice to see that racism is very much alive in this country. The condescending indignation directed at the two African American contestants is raw proof. For such a “Christian” nation, why does racism permeate everything? Even some pissy little insignificant game. Shame on you guys—I feel sorry for your kids.

  16. What racism? Says:
    November 27th, 2006 at 4:37 pm

    “It’s nice to see that racism is very much alive in this country. The condescending indignation directed at the two African American contestants is raw proof.”

    What racism?? Only facts have been directed at those two women from Alabama in that they 1) are total bitches and 2) are not very appealing to look at. Butt ugly to be frank.

    Quit pulling the racism card. Its been done far too many times.


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