TAR 33 accidentally became the “back to basics” season that fans of long-running shows (Survivor, cough cough) so desperately want. The changes that were made, small and large, made the season better.
The Amazing Race 33 concluded with two final legs, one in Portugal and the other back in the United States, both of which were strong legs and produced a very satisfying result.
Flipping over rocks in a Greek theatre consumed most of the penultimate Amazing Race 33 episode, but it did have some great moments, like a hilarious nod to the editing.
A recap of The Amazing Race 33 episode 8, in which the teams had to drive, roll, spell, search, and take a quiz. Was there any movement among the teams, or did they place the same yet again?
The Amazing Race 33’s teams stayed in Corsica, where they took boat rides and tied knots—and didn’t shuffle very much at all. Why is that?
There were not one but two impressive comebacks on The Amazing Race 33 episode 6, which took place in Corsica and involved cheese, mules, and natural waterslides.
A new method for pit stop departures was revealed on The Amazing Race 33 episode 5, which also featured the return of the Travelocity gnome.