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Old 02-18-2013, 07:17 PM   #31
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I think the newlywed couple are very different. Something is up with them, I don't know, she seemed like a b**** on wheels, and he seemed well, gay, which is fine, but they were different.
Honestly, I thought he was gay, too. They certainly don't look like they would be a couple.

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You know, I thought the newlyweds didn't make a good pair for some reason. They didn't seem all that romantic toward each other for just being married.


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The guy with the mullet, his hair reminded me of ramen noodles
Now I want ramen!!
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Old 02-18-2013, 08:02 PM   #32
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Now I want ramen!!
lol Yesterday was the 5th day of this liquid diet that I had to do (medical issue stuff ) I think I must have been starving because that was the first thing I thought of when I saw his hair.
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Old 02-18-2013, 09:40 PM   #33
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The guy with the mullet, his hair reminded me of ramen noodles
Why would you want to look like "Wierd Al Jankovich"
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Old 02-18-2013, 09:43 PM   #34
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lol Yesterday was the 5th day of this liquid diet that I had to do (medical issue stuff ) I think I must have been starving because that was the first thing I thought of when I saw his hair.
Hope your medical issues resolve themselves.

I haven't eaten ramen in years and years but every once in a while, I think about how much I used to like it. I think it brings back good memories of my best friend - she made it better than anyone.
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Okay, I hope I don't get flamed for this, but I felt slightly off about the father/son who both had cancer. When the father was talking about his son's cancer, he said the cancer was in "intermission". Well, anyone who has ever been through cancer knows the word is "remission" and that jumped out at me.

I'm sure they're genuine, but still, it caught my attention.

I think the newlywed couple are very different. Something is up with them, I don't know, she seemed like a b**** on wheels, and he seemed well, gay, which is fine, but they were different.

I loved the doctors and no one else stands out yet.
I'm so glad I'm not the only one to catch that "intermission" thing. Huge red flag went up immediately - I've never had cancer but even I know how immensely important that word "remission" is! But now, thinking about it, I wonder if it's an inside joke/levity thing for them. Could maybe a young member of the family used intermission instead of remission and it just kind of took on a life of its own? I know I've done that - bananas were called mundies years ago when my toddler cousin couldn't say banana correctly. We called them mundies for years. <-- dancing mundy!


So far, my favorites are the doctors and, quite surprisingly, Team Mullet. Team YouTube and the newleyweds are pretty far down my list.
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I think the newlywed couple are very different. Something is up with them, I don't know, she seemed like a b**** on wheels, and he seemed well, gay, which is fine, but they were different.
That was my first thought also.
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That was my first thought also.
And they said that in real life, they have no friends.

I wonder if anyone was at their wedding
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Everyone must have watched the Oscars last night , no comments?

Sorry to see the doctors go. They should have switched detours much sooner.

Wished that the other two teams would have been penalized more for not finishing the last task and ending up only an hour and a half behind the other teams instead of 4 hours.

Wonder what is going to happen with the father of the one team now. By the previews he won't be able to race unless he does it on crutches.
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Everyone must have watched the Oscars last night , no comments?

Sorry to see the doctors go. They should have switched detours much sooner.

Wished that the other two teams would have been penalized more for not finishing the last task and ending up only an hour and a half behind the other teams instead of 4 hours.

Wonder what is going to happen with the father of the one team now. By the previews he won't be able to race unless he does it on crutches.
I was sad to see the doctors go home, too. Glad that they persevered and switched tasks but, yes, they should have done that MUCH earlier!

I'm REALLY getting annoyed with the newlyweds now. Dear lord are they major jerks! "They won't hesitate to throw us under the bus so we're gonna screw them over first" mentality. Ummmm, just because that's how YOU are doesn't mean that everyone is like that. With that attitude, it's no wonder they have no friends.

Hopefully the dad's hamstring will be fine with some ice and a wrap. We'll see. I'm more and more impressed with Mullet Man. His wife is starting to annoy me, though - whine, whine, whine.
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Yes Mullet man's wife is slowing him down. Thought it was funny when she said he works at Walmart and runs around the store all day so he is in shape.

The newlyweds have to go ....still don't really have a team I'm cheering for though.
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I was sad to see the doctors go home, too.

Hopefully the dad's hamstring will be fine with some ice and a wrap. We'll see.

I'm more and more impressed with Mullet Man. His wife is starting to annoy me, though - whine, whine, whine.
So sad to see the doctors go. I don't think we will be seeing the father and son compete next show. And I am too, impressed with Mullet Man. I did feel sorry for her when he pulled her back on to the boat - it wasn't a very flattering picture.

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The doctors seemed like nice guys, but they got a major stroke of bad luck with the water challenges being this early in the game.

Does the one hockey guy always have to joke/make comments about his missing teeth (and flip the fakes ones out)? We get it, already.

Sounds like a fairly serious injury with the dad on the father/son team. A torn muscle on your achilles tendon -- ouch! I wonder what will happen with that.

I like the roller derby moms -- the two blonde girls don't bug me too much either. The team that came in first last week seems alright, too. And the mullet guy . . . I like him for some reason. His wife will drag him way down at some point, but I think they'll get pretty far in the race. I'm still hating the newlyweds, but in a weird way, I want them to continue -- it's always fun to have an enemy to root against.
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I wondered about them knocking over a few castles at a time and then rebuilding, but I am guessing that the instructions were clear on there Road Block-one castle at a time.
I started to wonder why they didn't work together to mark the castles they had already checked.
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The doctors seemed like nice guys, but they got a major stroke of bad luck with the water challenges being this early in the game.

DS kept saying "Did they ever even WATCH TAR?!?! There's always something with water!" The doctors were his favorite team.

Does the one hockey guy always have to joke/make comments about his missing teeth (and flip the fakes ones out)? We get it, already.

Yup, getting old now.

Sounds like a fairly serious injury with the dad on the father/son team. A torn muscle on your achilles tendon -- ouch! I wonder what will happen with that.

I like the roller derby moms -- the two blonde girls don't bug me too much either. The team that came in first last week seems alright, too. And the mullet guy . . . I like him for some reason. His wife will drag him way down at some point, but I think they'll get pretty far in the race. I'm still hating the newlyweds, but in a weird way, I want them to continue -- it's always fun to have an enemy to root against.
Ya know, I keep forgetting about the roller derby moms - I like them too. I LOVED how they were so happy and thrilled with the underwater dining task. They were almost giddy!


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