TV Race Across the World/TAR thread

cats_09

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How did your nurses get such a large gap over the sisters?

They left the sand dune at the same time, did they really just smash every other challenge to create a gap larger than 2 hours on them?
 

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That was hillarious. The guy in the team was so arrogant, and yet he made a rookie mistake in the final leg by not paying his taxi driver extra to stay during a task they were doing.
the thing was it was actually kinda understandable since the taxi driver wanted like $200 or something totally ridiculous. :$
 

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Deliverance

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Geez that sand challenge was a steaming pile of 💩💩💩

All teams starting together sucks ⚽🏀🏐🏈

Haha! Next episode, Gay guys talking about biting footy guys on the bum.
 

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Unless he didnt have it.

ALL taxi money need to be settled before they check in, or they wont be checked in.
Nah he did. Because on the way to the line he was bemoaning the fact that they could have just given him the money.
 

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confused as to why they all started at the same time.. the last leg was built up that 3 teams finished first close together, then the gaycowboys and someone else finished together and team tiny was ages behind everyone else, yet at the start of the episode a crappy random digging for treasure fu**fest here they all are starting at the same time?

ridiculous. was it explained at all?

#TARdelayed
 

Plugger35

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confused as to why they all started at the same time.. the last leg was built up that 3 teams finished first close together, then the gaycowboys and someone else finished together and team tiny was ages behind everyone else, yet at the start of the episode a crappy random digging for treasure fu**fest here they all are starting at the same time?

ridiculous. was it explained at all?

#TARdelayed
Maybe they're doing it to give some of the other teams a chance of winning, up until the last couple of episodes the footy guys had won every leg.
 

Peter Sidorkiewicz

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confused as to why they all started at the same time.. the last leg was built up that 3 teams finished first close together, then the gaycowboys and someone else finished together and team tiny was ages behind everyone else, yet at the start of the episode a crappy random digging for treasure fu**fest here they all are starting at the same time?

ridiculous. was it explained at all?

#TARdelayed
I think it has been quite clear from the start that this is a diet Amazing Race. Having all teams start at the same time, all on the same flight etc it is clearly done so channel 10 can save costs.
 

Vader

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So ******* harsh. Cant believe they eliminated the girls due to a blind luck task of digging.
Bad luck with the "needle in a haystack" challenge, the second time they've been unlucky with these. Then the nurses got a taxi driver who went off-road and saved them 2 hours of sitting in traffic (based on the head start that the footballers had). The girls were eliminated despite performing flawlessly on the roadblock & detour challenges, where elements of skill were involved. They were eliminated due entirely to events outside of their control.

Contrast that with the f*wits who won, despite being the only team to have to repeat both detour & roadblock challenges and being given "pity passes" on both. This was a leg where the worst team won, purely and simply because they were incredibly lucky with the "needle in a haystack" challenge.
 

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