The Amazing Race 34’s final three teams—Emily and Molly, Luis and Michele, and Derek and Claire—raced for $1 million in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Survivor 43’s final six lied left and right, backstabbling each other, but in the end one player’s plan set them up for a clear victory in next week’s finale—unless the others can do something about it.
The penultimate episode of The Amazing Race took place in Iceland, where gorgeous scenery was enhanced with the Expedia logo, and one challenge was too much for one team.
The tides come in, the tides go out, Survivor 43 brings back a classic immunity challenge and actually has a moment of drama at Tribal Council, and yet things stay mostly the same.
Survivor 43 had an actual individual reward challenge, and some fun editing to explain the blindside—and conceal the fact that there was yet another series of events where people talked about doing something and then did not.
It may not be cheating, but watching Amazing Race teams give each other the answers is not great TV. Did that affect which of the final five teams was eliminated at the end of the megaleg?
In Spain, The Amazing Race 34’s final five teams began the first half of their second megaleg. We’ll have to wait until next week to see what happens, but this episode was worth it for the first challenge alone. Also Phil Keoghan hosted from a paddleboard.