It is not San Diego Wild Animal Park or Disney's Animal Kingdom, but the real thing in Tanzania.
As Dave said "hakuna matata", which should a term that BB Rachel should apply.
Originally Posted by Ronald Epstein /t/318012/the-amazing-race-20/60#post_3914735
The border patrol guys moving slightly out of favor this
week by their desire to "stir the pot" with the teachers.
I suppose it's harder to keep that identity than I had thought.
Still, Art & J.J. are my pick to win this.
I was actually glad that Art & JJ tried to get the federal agents to reveal who they really are. I'm sure as border guards, they have to put up with all kinds of BS, as people try to cross the border and come up with whatever reason (true or not) when being questioned.
Plus with ladies sticking to their "cover" as teachers, is really getting annoying. I get that they don't want the target on their backs, but so far, they have not been a threat at all in this race, finishing usually in the bottom of the pack. They got a lucky break with this leg being non-elimination. I really want them to be exposed for who they really are.
Originally Posted by Mike Frezon /t/318012/the-amazing-race-20/60#post_3914738
The casting directors of these shows have got to start doing better jobs in selecting people for these shows. I realize you need a mix and "interesting characters" to keep things interesting. But I'd like to think for TAR--the race itself and the locales should be enough to keep everyone's interest.
I like to believe that myself, but I always think back to season 15, when they did visit nice looking places like Tokyo, HCMC, Tallinn, and Prague. With that list of places, I would have thought it would be a great season. But nope, it had a cast of almost all unlikeable teams, to almost to a point where I could not watch anymore. And not a season I would want to watch again, especially with the final 3.
It seemed like Phil is acting a bit Jerry Springer like, when asking about the nastiness with other teams. Had those teams come at the mat at the same time, there would be a war of words. And I would not be happy at all, and lose respect for Phil.
Also, with Vanessa, and seeing her trying to ride that bike, I can understand the difficulty of trying to ride it after not riding it for so many years. So I did feel her pain a bit. But she does need to dial it down a notch when dealing with BB Rachel, as Ralph even seemed embarrassed with Angel's behavior.
No U-Turn in this leg, but in this case, I'm not disappointed, because neither task at the Detour seemed difficult. The entire leg seemed to be mostly getting from one place to another, with the only chance to catch up, is at the tent-building task.