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  • Amazing Race Recap - Episode 8 - Where the Hell are the Lemurs?

       November 05, 2006

    The Amazing Race headed to Madagascar tonight and, not surprisingly, the land of lemurs spelled the end of David & Mary. Was there really any doubt? The Kentuckians have been lagging for weeks. I'm sure they're nice people (although Mary is a huge, annoying nag) but they're not Amazing Racers. It was time for them to go.

    Highlights/lowlights for this week:

    • I loved the new twist, the "Intersection", that forced teams to pair up for a Detour or the Fast Forward. Think about how awesome this would have been in seasons without big alliances? What if Rob & Amber had to work with Lynn & Alex or Colin & Christie's intensity had to get along with Chip & Kim's laidback style? Oh the hilarity. Anyway, great twist. This season just keeps getting better and better
    • I hated the cow lips eating Fast Forward. It's one thing to sample local "delicacies", it's another to force teams to eat huge amounts of gross foods. I certainly didn't enjoy watching Kimberley throw up. If I was into that I'd just watch Fear Factor. I did, however, love that James rocked the task. I'm happy that he found sometime to excel at.
    • Are Tyler & James a couple? The way they talk about their relationship makes me feel like they're in a romantic relationship. Good for them, but I'm just wondering.
    • I thought the Detour was funny. There's just something comical about teams carrying packs of mattresses through crowded little alleys. Good times. Good times.
    • Where the hell were the lemurs?? How can you go to Madagascar and not show lemurs?

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    Posted by at November 5, 2006 08:47 PM

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