This week on The Amazing Race, the remaining (and increasingly bad-tempered) contestants wrap up their journey through Turkey [insert obligatory Thanksgiving turkey pun here] and head for Russia. And the audience once again gets treated to an incredibly awkward (and occasionally attractive) display of our Amazing Race friends’ bodies as they attempt synchronized swimming.
Tempers are wearing thin among the remaining contestants on The Amazing Race, and once friendly participants such as Ryan, Nadiya and Natalie are now going for blood. Drama on The Amazing Race? You bet!
Things are getting down to the wire on The Amazing Race! As the slowpokes and slow-witted are weeded out (with the possible exception of the not-so-bright Chippendales James and Jaymes), the race gets more and more competitive. Will the remaining contestants crack under pressure?
So far on this season of The Amazing Race, we’ve watched contestants tackle ping pong prodigies, balloon animals, fish guts and much more. Now, the most diverse group of contestants yet heads to Bangladesh to repair buses and collect rats. Sounds like fun!
The remaining teams on Amazing Race have gone through a lot thus far, but they’re just getting started! Tonight, the lucky contestants face (gasp) a double U-turn, a second restaurant scenario and a rather unique game of dress-up. Hey, it can’t be any worse than eating froggie Fallopian tubes or sorting through fish guts!
After a hilarious season premiere, The Amazing Race is back with a whole new set of challenges. There’s only ten teams left and quite a few of these groups will have to step up their game if they’re not feeling ready to go home. What challenges do the remaining teams have to face this time?
With yet another Emmy under its belt and a decidedly eclectic new cast on board, The Amazing Race is definitely ready to start up again! You’d think that the show would start to get boring after 20 seasons, but the 21st promises to be every bit as entertaining as past renditions. How could it not be, with monster truckers and Chippendale dancers in the mix?
Amazing Race season premiere starts tonight, and the Emmy winning show has upped the ante to $2 million bucks for the winning team. What else can we expect in season 21? Well, Phil Keoghan says this is the most eclectic cast yet!
The Amazing Race deserves its own Emmy category, because without fail (okay, there was one fail in 2010, but we’ll disregard that) the show has consistently dominated the category for Outstanding Reality-Competition. This year, Amazing Race continues its long winning streak with yet another Emmy!
annoyed the crap out of us won CBS‘ Big Brother, and then she and Brendon Villegas went on to finish in third place last season on The Amazing Race. Now, Rachel and Brendon have some more exciting news to share – they are officially married, and we’ll get to watch the wedding!