April 20, 2011 06:00 PM by Allyson Wells
Last week on The Amazing Race, Gary and Mallory finished in last place but were relieved to learn from host Phil Keoghan that they were running a non-elimination leg. However, the preview for this week shows them having a difficult time trying to stay in the game as the racers travel to Switzerland. As they order their cab driver to drive fast, Gary remarks, “Everyone has passed us.”
The stress of the race will begin to take its toll when a Double U-Turn is revealed. This will put the remaining teams on edge, especially Gary and Mallory, who also have to complete an extra task as a penalty for coming in last during the non-elimination.
Another team will have a nightmare of a time trying to consume a Swiss delicacy. The cowboys and Zev and Justin are seen eating something covered in cheese. What lurks beneath the cheese could be anything. Justin is seen fighting to inhale the food and tells Zev, “This is crazy.” Some of the racers, including Zev and Justin, had a terrible time with a food challenge on the detour in Austria during the last leg.
On a lighter note, the racers are seen on motorbikes riding cross country with the Alps in the background. Flight Time looks like he is having a great time and Jet tells brother Cord, “I feel like Dumb and Dumber.”
Will Zev and Justin maintain their lead? Will Gary and Mallory be able to catch up? Will Kent and Vyxsin cause controversy with another U-Turn? Tune into The Amazing Race this Sunday to see how the remaining legs unfold.
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