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Oh My Gravy!


I have been watching the Amazing Race for 16 seasons and never have I cared so much about the end result as this season.

Jet & Cord are the epitome of gentlemen. They were always kind, always friendly, and they had a great time. It was obvious. I like to think I would be that way, but hey let's be honest here. Traveling, racing around the world, tensions get heated. One million dollars at stake, I may not be, and before you judge, you may not either.

I am a city girl through and through, but I fell in love with these two cowboys! I hope someone offers them a reality show or something. They are truly AMAZING!~

The brothers that actually won were mean spirited, awful guys. Yes it was Dan's dream and that is all find and good until you sink to lower than low levels to move up. They were rude to most of their cab drivers, they were rude to people in the streets, the were rude to contestants, they were rude behind people's backs, and played downright dirty. The only team who behaved worse than them, was the lesbian couple, who continued to bitch at Caite (the not-so-bright model) at the very end.

I was sad to see such a pair of jerks win a million dollars so all I can really say is

"Oh My Gravy!" We love you Jet & Cord! Great race!

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  1. I was originally routing for Jeff and Jordan, then the cops, then when it got down to final 3, the cowboys. I agree on all you said. The winning team was very rude to everyone. The models just irritated me. I liked when Brent was looking around and said he was trying to get his barrier, instead of bearings.

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  2. I haven't watched that show in a long time...

    Super nice blog by the way. Maybe I'll follow.

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