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Tonight will probably be non-elimination. Hopefully, one of the female teams (Nat & Kat, Brook & Claire) will end up with the win, because the alternatives (Jill & Thomas, Nick & Vicki) are nowhere near as attractive.

You better enjoy this season now, because we’ll be getting an “all-star” season next year. Here’s the list of contestants. Note that one of the pairs lasted two episodes. TWO. There’s also another that was out in three legs, but there was a big tragedy (well, big in reality TV terms) connected to it). Hopefully, we won’t have an ending as ugly as the odious Eric & Danielle winning like in TAR11, despite the fact that the former was a closet case, and the latter had zero business being an “all-star.”

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Aw, shit. I had heard somewhere that Ron & Christina from TAR14 was in there. But Amanda & Kris only lasted four legs . . . the same as the “tragic” Zev & Justin from the ensuing season. Sorry for not checking things out beforehand.

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Ron and Christina from AR 12 you mean? As far as I can tell, they’re in. Did you mean to say Steve and Linda, who only lasted 2 eps in 14?

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Yeah, I meant Steve & Linda. I can be really confused at times.

In other news, if Nick & Vicki win, it might go down as the worst ending ever . . . perhaps in the history of reality television. Nick is the douchebag to end all douchebags. He’s a jerk, a numbskull, and he friggin’ quit the Detour. Get him and Vicki the hell out of there.

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Some perspective, folks.

1.) Thomas isn’t even one of the fifty worst guys to ever Race. He’s a bit of a jackass, but he’s generally supportive and he and Jill don’t fight much. They’re just an unremarkably competent couple, that’s all.

2.) Nick probably makes top five worst guys in Race history, but no way does he beat Wil from TAR 2, biggest passive-agresshole in TAR history; Eric and/or Jeremy, the fratboys from TAR 9; and especially not Jonathan from TAR 6, who was all but beating his wife on-air.

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Well, it was non-elimination, as you thought. My wife noticed that Phil wasn’t doing his big “You’re team # in the finale” speech as people arrived at the pit stop. I was happy to see the winner this time around.

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Actually, if that’s the real list of contestants for 18, there’s a few I’m happy to see. Marge and Luke, for one, and my gf will be thrilled to hear that Kynt and Vyxsin are back.

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