Amazing Race 11/22 (spoilers??)
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|Wed, 11-23-2005 - 10:25am|
What a frustrating show. As soon as they started talking about the Yield, I knew the Weavers would get Yielded but not eliminated.
I just seriously am baffled by this team. How can they possibly be that out of touch with reality and who they really are? Her comment that "Everyone always likes us" was just insane, it's just not possible that everyone always likes them if they act this way all the time. I know the editing can make things seem as they really aren't but their continued smack talking and behavior isn't editing. The editing doesn't make them do and say these things, even if taken out of context these are things they did and said. They aren't nice people, not at all. If they are editing out things that the other teams are doing or saying to them, that sure is a lot of editing out for so many teams to think the same way about them. The scene next week with her asking the Linz team if they are sorry they wasted their Yield looks interesting, why would he be sorry? I'm so glad he says, "No!" with that incredulous look on his face. Oh, please don't let this team win... I may be sick.
Love the Linz family and I'm so glad they finally came in first. I really am hoping they win this whole thing, with the 4 teams that are left. They are having so much fun, there is arguing but it's minimal and it's usually over quickly. They seem to do okay with letting things go and laughing at themselves when necessary, which is a good thing in life. I loved when Meghan yelled, "How's that face feeling?" at her brother, their reaction to his smacking the water like that was great. And I get the feeling that if that had been any of them, the reaction would have been the same. They would have thought it was just as funny.
The other two teams, they are okay but those girls are sort of mean to their father and the sisters are all mean to each other and just so darn screechy! I guess I would be okay with them winning as long as it isn't the Florida team, but I would way rather see the Linz family win it all.