Tastes Like $500,000
Rule one of The Amazing
Race is to complete every task presented to you. Otherwise you'll get
slapped with a huge honking time penalty.
Rule two has to be: be ready for anything. If you can't drive a
stick-shift, learn. If you can't ride a bicycle, get some practice.
Start memorizing some basic words and phrases in several languages. If
you are a vegetarian, you have two choices: give it up or go find
another game to play.
On this week's installment of TAR, the Fast Forward pass was awarded
after a team consumed an entire cooked sheep's head. Doctors Nat Strand
& Kat Chang cringed at the prospect, since one of 'em is a vegetarian
for 22 years. But you don't win the Race by Not Doing Stuff, so they
suck it up, as it were, and scamper ahead to the Pit Stop and their
first place finish.
Survivor contestants should be able to build a shelter and keep a fire
going. Hell's Kitchen contenders must be able to make at the very least
a decent risotto. Big Brother contestants must be willing to set aside
all dignity as they don costumes and jump into pools of goo for a shot
at the money.
Players and teams know what they're getting into and cannot be surprised
or shocked when a challenge comes up that makes them uncomfortable.
Travis Eberle can eat just about anything, if money is on the line.
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