Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The Amazing Race 15 - Meet the Cast - Part 3
I asked Vincent if he'd do The Amazing Race with me. Sure, he wants me to do all of the tasks and carry him around, too. He offered to flirt with the girls and eat in any fish or mice meal roadblocks. I guess I'm not going on the show.
This is the final installment taking a gander at the teams we see this Sunday night. If you missed the first two parts, you can get to them easily by clicking on the TAR blog tag at the bottom of this post. Margo should be coming along with pool information and we're just about all set to go!
I don't know. I was a Connecticut resident for many years. I don't think I can get used to a guy named after a small town there. Perhaps that's not why the name is, but it is for me. In their bio, they sound like nice kids -- dating for two months and so deeply in love. But then, she cries and breaks down under pressure. So, why did they go on the most high pressure, high adrenalin race around the world you can do? Hmmm.
Sam and Dan look older than they really are. They're kids, too! Although they're brothers and both gay, they claim to be polar opposites. What's up with the "polar opposites" this season? This is the third pair claiming to be such. They seem smart enough, in good physical shape, but I question how worldly they might be and whether that may hold them back.
Now, this is an interesting team. I haven't read National Lampoon in decades. But just seeing Justin's job, I have the give him a tip of the hat. That is, if I were to wear a hat. And Zev has Asperger's Syndrome, a form of high-functioning autism. (That's what Goren is supposed to have on Law and Order: Criminal Intent.) I'm looking forward to watching this team. I believe I'd be very happy if they do well.