Recap: The Amazing Race 28, Episode 6 – Let The Good Times Roll
No, it’s not an April Fool’s Joke. CBS actually did NOT scrap this season of The Amazing Race and pretend it never happened. Unfortunately.
Even more unfortunate, we have to relive the horrible last Leg in the recap, have to sit through the Opening Credits of Doom AND have Phil clench his teeth and ask “Are we allowed to talk about Race romance?”
After a loud scream from Cole, teams learn they’re flying to Yerevan, Armenia. Continue reading
Recap: The Amazing Race 28, Episode 5 – We’re Only Doing Freaky Stuff Today
First of all, have you seen this absurd list of The 25 Most Favorite Teams of All Time posted by CBS.com? It actually is more absurd than TAR28’s absurd opening credits of doom!
On to the episode. After teams are given new clothes, teams must search the streets of Chamonix for a Dacia car with one of the provided license plates. They will be driven in that car to Les Grands Montets Gondola Station. Continue reading
Recap: The Amazing Race 28, Episode 4 – Get It Trending
After we are told Brodie and Blair have a brewing showmance, the teams are told they’re flying to Geneva, Switzerland. All teams will be on the same flight. And while waiting at the airport for their flight to Bogota, Brodie and Blair buy Coke while everyone else takes photos with fans. Continue reading
Recap: The Amazing Race 28, Episode 3 – Bros Being Jocks
We start with a flashback to the beginning of Leg 2 where Dana & Matt were already being snippy with each other at the airport in Mexico City. They hope to slow it down for this Leg.
The third Leg begins with teams making their way on foot to Plaza San Diego. Continue reading
Recap: The Amazing Race 28, Episode 2 – You Look Like Gollum
Blair tells Phil she will empty out her backpack so she and her dad can catch up. That includes dumping her hair dryer and curling iron.
They’ll find out if that will help them as the teams now make their way to Cartagena, Colombia. Continue reading
Recap: The Amazing Race 28, Episode 1 – I Should’ve Been a Boy Scout
Phil declares this to be a “very special” season of The Amazing Race because it features “social media influencers.” Okay.
And to make it even more special, instead of a traditional Starting Line, teams will pretend they are on Big Brother by waiting at home to get a video message from Phil on their brand new? (though not provided with promotional consideration) Microsoft/Nokia Lumia phones.
Phil says he’s waiting for them at the Monument of the Revolution in Mexico City and that teams must hurry to the nearest airport to get there. They all run outside to the waiting cabs. Continue reading