Big Brother 17 Episode 4

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 7:04 pm

John & Becky won the battle of the block in Big Brother 17 Episode 3, leaving Steve & Jackie on the block and dethroning Jason as HOH. Supposedly, Steve and Jackie are both pawns to get rid of Jace, but neither should feel very safe.

His alliance isn’t big enough yet, so now James also wants to work with Meg and Clay. Basically half the house. Yeah, this will last.

Austin is starting to notice that people seem annoyed by Jace. It was pretty obvious that as allies go, Jace was not a good one. His resolution is not to drop him but to form an alliance with James and Audrey that neither is interested in honoring.

James chooses Becky at random to play in the veto competition. Jackie picks John. Steve picks Jason (houseguest’s choice).

Da’Vonne is counting everthing, which is pretty smart, but she’s being stupidly obvious about it. Jeff asks her what she’s doing, and she freaks out because, well, I don’t know why exactly. Then she decides Clay is also an appropriate target to flip out at, apparently because he sent Jeff into the room to spy on her. He tells her that her attitude is just so negative. Then she’s crying in the diary room. And then she gets annoyed with Audrey, too. So much drama.

Their veto challenge is to dig through gold in water and mess to find letters and spell. James manages to come up with a 9 point word. Becky spelled lovesick, a 7 point word. Jason spelled zones (really?), a 6 point word. Jackie spelled judge, equally as bad. Steve spelled trombonist, a ridiculous 12 point word that pretty much nobody else would have spelled. John spelled boogers, a 7 point word. Steve has won the power of veto.

Now Audrey wants Shelli to join their dysfunctional alliance. Jeff, too. Neither HOH likes that she’s making these decisions on her own. Jeff’s not happy either, and Meg would like to know why Audrey is dragging him out of bed with her.

Steve uses the power of veto to save himself. In his place, James nominates Jace as planned. Seems like much ado about nothing earlier, but it will end up mattering eventually.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Big Brother 17 Episode 5, which airs Thursday at 8/7c on CBS.

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Big Brother 17 Episode 3

Posted by Shane on Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 7:02 pm

Jason became the second HOH of the season in Big Brother 17 Episode 2, and Phil brought us two rather lackluster The Amazing Race contestants in Jeff and Jackie.

Jason doesn’t think John is a dentist either. I don’t get it. If you’re going to make up a story, why a dentist?

Who’s ready for a takeover? I am not. Now Phil reveals the rest of his “cliffhanger”. It’s the BB fast forward. Their games will fast forward to next week. Additionally, they will be able to pick one person each to save.

Vanessa is looking for someone to offset her skills and wants a physical threat to ally with. Da’Vonne does not want to pick one of her existing allies, leaving Shelli and Audrey hanging.

Da’Vonne saves Liz. Vanessa picks Austin. This really shrinks the pool of potential nominees.

Da’Vonne, who just declined to save her allies, now has decided she is the one who should not trust Shelli. She’s worried that Shelli is getting too close to Clay, a valid concern, and as such she needs to be on the “outer ring” of the alliance.

Austin and Jace are in an alliance. I think. I’m not sure if they are serious or not. Austin figures Jace is just a shield whose big mouth will get him in trouble. That hardly makes him a great ally.

Due to her gender identity, Audrey is safe with Jason.

Both HOHs are afraid of Jace, too afraid to nominate him directly. So they go around and warn everybody else that they are potentially going to be pawns. They don’t seem to have an actual plan.

Jason’s Nominations

James’ Nominations

In theory, these are all pawns, but there is a lack of trust for at least three of these nominees, all but Becky, who is the one crying post-nomination and wants revenge, despite having willingly agreed to be a pawn without arguing about it like Steve did.

For the first battle of the block, they will transport building blocks across balance beams and build towers. With Jackie unable to compensate for her awkward partner, John and Becky win the competition and dethrone Jason.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Big Brother 17 Episode 4, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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Big Brother 17 Episode 2

Posted by Shane on Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 9:37 pm

Julie announced a bunch of stupid twists in Big Brother 17 Episode 1. Then James won HOH. Tonight, we get to talk about more stupid twists as six additional houseguests enter the house.

Liz is stubborn and has no filter and doesn’t like “jealous girls”. Jason wants to live in the Big Brother house so he can get out of his mother’s basement. My very first reaction to Clay was that he must be this season’s gay guy, but no, that would be Jason. So is Vanessa, or at least she’s bi, though in her case I don’t think that’s one of the main reasons for her casting. Vanessa is a pro poker player in Vegas, having won over $4 million after apparently studying how to play poker (technically, game theory) in college. John is a dentist who just wants money and to rock. Becky is an outdoorsy hippy, though she doesn’t look the part, at least not the hippy bit. Steve is a socially awkward engineer who’s terrible at holding a conversation.

Da’Vonne assumes John is lying about being a dentist. Why would he do that? Liz dumped her boyfriend before coming into the house, so now she’s single and can pursue Clay, who makes a very good first impression, though I’m not sure there’s much there beyond being, as someone put it yesterday, pretty. Speaking of Clay, he compares Steve to Ian, the lackluster winner of season 14 who beat Dan thanks to a whiny jury that needed to be slapped. Vanessa pretends to be a DJ.

I thought the people involved in these lame twists were going to be previous houseguests, and many of them probably will be. This week we get Phil Keoghan of The Amazing Race, which is actually a nice surprise. And then we get to watch videos of Jeff & Jordan and Brendon & Rachel. Oh, that took almost two whole episodes to get to them. Since he keeps taking people from other shows, perhaps he should offer her some people from his show.

Last season, there was a twist not even worthy of Big Brother, the blind date season, which was the worst idea the show has ever had, family edition notwithstanding. So what’s he going to offer us from this terrible season? Jeff & Jackie. Ho hum. They show that clip from when she was a raving lunatic for no reason, though for the most part she seemed normal, but I imagine there will be more of that hot headedness in this environment. They describe themselves as close, but they’re not dating, obviously.

It’s now time for the second HOH competition from the eight houseguests who just joined, minus one person who must sit out. In this case, Vanessa volunteers, and unlike Da’Vonne, she doesn’t even have to ask for them not to nominate her. Rather, someone makes that suggestion on her behalf.

They have to hold on to stakes and not get sucked into the mother ship to which they are tethered. Steve doesn’t want to be blatant, but he also doesn’t want to be an idiot and win. Jason hopes to win so he can perhaps get alpha males to ally with him, and Jackie knows she’s a target based on her pre-existing alliance. Steve is the first one eliminated. He didn’t even need to try to throw it because he had no chance anyway. Unlike Jackie, Jeff is completely fine with being eliminated, hoping that it will make him less of a target. John is the next one out. Then Becky. Jackie looks like she’s about out of it, and then Liz starts to follow her lead. Liz is out next. Jason’s apparently not even struggling, but he makes an offer to Jackie to drop out and not nominate her, which may save her from Jason but doesn’t help her with the other HOH. Jackie is eliminated, having increased the target on her back in the process. Jason wins HOH.

Phil is not done. He tells Vanessa and Da’Vonne that with risk comes reward. And that’s about all he has to say about that.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Big Brother 17 Episode 3, which airs Sunday at 8/7c on CBS.

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Big Brother 17 Episode 1

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 6:45 pm

It’s time for another season of Rigged Big Brother. I just hope they are less blatant about their manipulation than they were in Canada last month, but that seems unlikely.

The Big Brother 17 cast consists of 14 houseguests ages 22-33. If you were hoping for a mom or a Chicken George, you are probably not getting that.

Jace Agolli (23)
Hometown: Dunwoody, Georgia
Current City: Venice Beach, California
Occupation: Personal Trainer

Becky Burgess (26)
Hometown: Denver, Colorado
Occupation: Retail Manager

Clay Honeycutt (23)
Hometown: Dickinson, Texas
Current City: College Station, Texas
Occupation: Graduate Student (Texas A&M)

James Huling (31)
Hometown: Sumter, South Carolina
Current City: Wichita Falls, Texas
Occupation: Retail Associate

Meg Maley (25)
Hometown: Collingswood, New Jersey
Current City: New York City
Occupation: Server

Austin Matelson (30)
Hometown: Woodland Hills, California
Occupation: Professional Wrestler

John McGuire (28)
Hometown: Scranton, Pennsylvania
Current City: Jefferson Township, Pennsylvania
Occupation: Dentist

Audrey Middleton (25)
Hometown: Villa Rica, Georgia
Occupation: Digital Media Consultant

Steve Moses (22)
Hometown: Gouverneur, New York
Occupation: College Student

Liz Nolan (23)
Hometown: Miami
Occupation: Marketing Coordinator

Shelli Poole (33)
Hometown: Marietta, Georgia
Current City: Atlanta
Occupation: Interior Designer

Da’Vonne Rogers (27)
Hometown: Inglewood, California
Current City: Los Angeles
Occupation: Poker Dealer

Vanessa Rousso (32)
Hometown: Las Vegas
Occupation: Professional Poker Player

Jason Roy (25)
Hometown: Fall River, Massachusetts
Current City: Swansea, Massachusetts
Occupation: Supermarket Cashier

There are 16 key slots, leading people to speculate that we are not done finding out who the houseguests are just yet.

Julie warns us that this is the most twisted season yet. Great. How about just let them play the game like season two when it was a lot better?

James was adopted and doesn’t really know his true ethnicity, though the country twang when he speaks is unexpected. Meg thinks her bubbly personality is going to be an asset. Yeah, it’s not. Jace never learns his lesson when he breaks bones. Audrey claims to not be a small town girl, from her hometown of 14,000 people. Austin is a pro wrestler named Judas with a masters degree in medieval romance literature. Clay immediately has all the women fawning over him.

Clay declines to tell people he played college football. I doubt he’s going to keep his shirt on long enough to hide that he’s in shape. Shelli is in luck because he seems to be looking for a MILF. Austin admits to being a pro wrestler and talks about all his injuries, without saying he is healed. Audrey is the first transgender person on this show, and she fully transitioned 3 years ago.

Audrey, Da’Vonne, and Shelli are in an alliance. Already.

The first twist is a fan favorite. Battle of the block. Which fan favorited that?

One person must sit out the first HOH competition. Da’Vonne volunteers, as long as they promise not to nominate her. Go ahead. Nominate her.

The HOH competition is simply to catch tomatoes that are being thrown at them while standing on a platform. Meg, Austin, and Clay all fall within about 30 seconds, knocking out both of the athletes in what could be seen as essentially a sport. As James takes the lead, Austin calls him a tough physical threat. Huh? And then everybody who remains falls at the same time. Lame. After they review the instant replay, James is crowned the winner, as he should be since he was clearly winning anyway.

Now it’s time to reveal a new twist. This won’t be good. BB Takeover is a new twist every single week. Oh, this will be just plain pathetic.

Now there’s another twist. One person has an identical twin, and they will be playing as one houseguest. If they survive the first five evictions, they will both play as individuals. This again, though as twists go, there are a lot worse. This one has the potential to be interesting. But really. We don’t need any more stinking twists.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Big Brother 17 Episode 2, which airs Thursday at 8/7c on CBS.

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Survivor: Worlds Apart Winner

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 7:25 pm

After Carolyn used her idol, Dan was sent packing in Survivor: Worlds Apart Episode 13, as her alliance’s votes against her did not count. That brings us down to a final five of Carolyn Rivera, Mike Holloway, Rodney Lavoie Jr., Sierra Dawn Thomas, and Will Sims II.

I agree with Probst that this was a good season for people who are trying to play the game. Unfortunately, it’s also been a good season for very unlikeable and unnecessarily volatile cast members. This seems to be Mike’s to lose, perhaps to Carolyn. Rodney has been a hothead. Will has been inept and invisible. And Sierra, I was surprised to learn her last name is not Who?

Mike can’t figure out why Carolyn is going to the beach with the people who all just voted against her. She has an explanation. He may have joined with her, but he does not have the numbers. So she doesn’t care that they just tried to eliminate her. Mike remains her target.

Reward is a camp visit with a loved one plus an advantage in the immunity challenge. Their task is to go through a net crawl, slide tiles on a platform, transport those tiles on a machete across some obstacles, and lastly use them to solve a puzzle. As usual, Mike s in the lead. Nobody else is even seeming competitive. Mike wins reward.

Mike’s advantage is that his mom can lead him through the maze while he is blindfolded for 30 minutes. They are all blindfolded during the challenge of searching for medallions in the maze, so he is the only one with even limited visual guidance in the task. Once again, Mike takes the lead and quickly begins to blow everyone else away. It gets to the point where everybody else starts helping each other, but it’s too little, too late. Mike wins immunity.

Now that Mike’s immune, Carolyn has changed her mind. She’s his buddy now and wants to get rid of Rodney. Sierra is onboard with this plan because she’s also afraid of Mike.

The other name up for consideration is Sierra. Her defense to keep her: she hasn’t won anything, but she keeps coming in second to Mike. Jeff poses the question: isn’t that a reason to get rid of her?


With 3 votes, Sierra has been voted off the island.

For the last time, immunity is back up for grabs. It is not an endurance challenge, a fact that may be Mike’s saving grace. They run up stairs to grab a bag, slide down a waterslide or at least a slide with water on it, go through an obstacle course, and repeat the process two more times before opening those bags to use the pieces to solve a puzzle. Do I even have to mention that Mike is in the lead? Mike wins immunity for the fifth time.

The logical choice here would seem to be for Mike to bring Rodney and Will to the end with him because they can’t beat anybody. Granted, I can’t see Carolyn winning either, but she seems a lot more likely to actually get some votes. Rather than doing the logical thing, Mike has an alternate plan to force a tie and send it to a fire making challenge. I could perhaps understand the rationalization to this if she had been on his side, but she turned against him immediately after the vote in which they tried to get rid of her. Of course, this is Mike we’re talking about. He’s not here because he’s a strategic mastermind. He’s here because he kept winning challenges.


We have a tie. After 6 minutes, Carolyn breaks her flint, so she gets a new one. Rodney eventually does the same and then a second time. Carolyn, too. The jury is bored and shaking their heads. Rodney finally makes flame after 45 minutes, but it doesn’t last. He’s figured it out and gets fire again. Carolyn gets it, too, but her fire is quite unimpressive relative to his. Unlike Rodney, Carolyn is building a fire slowly but one that is effective. Rodney has been eliminated. He leaves swearing at Mike.

Joe claims to be an open book, but he doesn’t have any questions, just an explanation of what he wants them to do when others ask them questions.

Hali asks Carolyn about her mother role, which she acknowledges but says she also fought hard.

Rodney talks to his best bud Will, who talks about only having what he is as a person. Then he asks Carolyn about what moves she’s made, and she provides examples of Tyler’s elimination and the alliance she was forced into at the end with Mike.

Tyler asks about Mike’s social game, and Mike acknowledges that he didn’t do a good job at that, as bitter people like Dan respond with a head shake. He then asks Carolyn to redeem herself in his eyes, and she apologizes but hey, this is Survivor.

Sierra asks which trait they’d like from the other two players. Will appreciated Mike’s work ethic.

Jenn doesn’t have any problem with the final three. Instead, she wants to bash the jury for being bitter and angry. Classic Jenn. And to recap, vote for Mike.

Dan accuses Mike of not caring about the jury. That is all. Only not really. He asks Jeff if he can get back up and run his mouth some more, but this time he has some kinder words for Mike after hearing him defend himself.

Shirin just wants to talk more about how Will upset her.


Will received Rodney’s vote, and Carolyn received Sierra’s vote. Otherwise, it looks like a landslide, as the Survivor: Worlds Apart winner is Mike. I’m not sure the right person did or did not win, but I’m not sure there necessarily was a right person. Still, this seems like a satisfactory ending.

As the winner, Mike is not eligible for next season, which he would have been part of otherwise.

Now it’s time to reveal the case for season 31 from the public vote.

Abi-Maria Gomes (Philippines, Season 25, 5th place)
Andrew Savage (Pearl Islands, Season 7, 10th place)
Ciera Eastin (Blood vs. Water, Season 27, 5th place)
Jeff Varner (Outback, Season 2, 10th place)
Jeremy Collins (San Juan del Sur, Season 29, 10th place)
Joe Anglim (Worlds Apart, Season 30, 10th place)
Kass McQuillen (Cagayan, Season 28, 3rd place)
Kelley Wentworth (San Juan del Sur, Season 29, 14th place)
Kelly Wigglesworth (Borneo, Season 1, 2nd place)
Kimmi Kappenberg (Outback, Season 2, 12th place)
Keith Nale (San Juan del Sur, Season 29, 4th place)
Monica Padilla (Samoa, Season 19, 7th place)
Peih-Gee Law (China, Season 15, 5th place)
Shirin Oskooi (Worlds Apart, Season 30, 8th place)
Spencer Bledsoe (Cagayan, Season 28, 4th place)
Stephen Fishbach (Tocantins, Season 18, 2nd place)
Tasha Fox (Cagayan, Season 28, 6th place)
Terry Deitz (Panama, Season 12, 3rd place)
Vytas Baskauskas (Blood vs. Water, Season 27, 10th place)
Woo Hwang (Cagayan, Season 28, 2nd place)

If I had to pick my Survivor dream cast, I’m not sure any of these people would be on it. Jeff talks up how this cast includes people from seasons 1-30, which he is right about, but more than half the cast is from the past 2 years, seasons that have not been interesting enough to warrant that high a concentration of castaways. As far as placement, there are a few runners up, but the average is 6.6, with a number of mediocre players in the mix. In fairness, some of the game’s best players didn’t make it very far on their first attempt.

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The Amazing Race 26 Winners

Posted by Shane on Friday, May 15, 2015 at 7:34 pm

Pretty much nothing happened in The Amazing Race 26 Episode 11, with all teams leaving the episode unscathed.

All four teams are on the same flight to their final destination of Dallas, TX.

Their first stop is AT&T Stadium. What happened to the days when stadiums had normal names?

The road block requires teams to catch a touchdown pass and kick the extra point.

Road block (in order of arrival): Mike, Tyler, Jelani, Blair

The catching without defenders is simple enough for all of them. It’s the kicking that will make a difference. But the teams are all sitting in the parking lot for long enough afterward that none of this matters anyway. None of them can figure out where they’re going. Worse yet for Mike & Rochelle, their cab driver would not wait.

Their next task is to corral some longhorns with the assistance of cowboys. By this point, what happens next has become clear.

Phil is waiting to tell Mike & Rochelle that all the cattle have been rounded up, and they have been eliminated from the race.

The others continue to Reunion Tower, where they will participate in the next road block, which requires teams to spot their next clue as they rappel down.

Road block (in order of arrival): Hayley, Laura, Jenny

Hayley finds something that stands out. It’s obvious it’s not the right something. That may become critical on what remains a tight race with tasks that don’t appear to be able to provide much distance. Meanwhile, Laura and Jenny have found a common enemy: the chick who’s constantly bickering with herself. Why are you working together when you’re probably one task away from the finish line? I’m pretty sure I have never seen this before.

Now they get to drive monster trucks, which will be followed by a memory test. They must identify in which leg four places were, then they must put selfies in order on a map. Tyler loves that selfies are coming into play now. Yeah, this is almost as lame as the blind date twist.

The finish line is Continental Avenue Bridge. The Amazing Race 26 winners are Laura & Tyler. The right team won. The only “blind date” couple that actually remained likeable throughout. Jelani & Jenny come in second place. Hayley & Blair by some miracle made it all the way to the finish line in third place without someone slapping her.

Despite the terrible twist which can only be called good in the sense at least it wasn’t another Family Edition, the ratings for this season remained respectable, if modest. At least it’s better than the train wreck that is CBS Sunday nights. The Amazing Race will be back again in the fall in this same time slot for season 27.

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Survivor: Worlds Apart Episode 13

Posted by Shane on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 7:47 pm

It was Rodney’s birthday in Survivor: Worlds Apart Episode 12. Oh, and Tyler went home.

Carolyn reveals Dan’s advantage to Mike, but despite that extra vote that Dan has, she again wants to disregard it.

For the reward challenge, they will race across obstacles, undo some knots, free dozens of puzzle pieces (23 of which contain a letter), and solve the phrase. Reward is a helicopter tour and meal. For those who didn’t get the memo on his birthday, Rodney hasn’t been on a reward yet. Dan, Sierra, and Rodney are up against Carolyn, Mike, and Will. Notwithstanding the fact that the other side has Will, it doesn’t seem Rodney can win this either.

After half an hour, both teams are unable to figure out the Survivor phrase. Then 45 minutes. And an hour. The longest word puzzle in Survivor history. Finally, Carolyn, Mike, and Will figure out “A reward with all the fixins”. I’m going to take Jeff’s word that he says that often. As for Carolyn, she’s keeping her reward rather than give it away to some whiner. Good. I can see an argument for giving up reward, but not when he’s behaving like this.

Mike proposes a final three deal with the two people he happens to be with on reward. Convenient.

Continuing to whine, Rodney has decided that his target (after Mike) is Carolyn.

For the immunity challenge, they will retrieve bags using grappling hooks then use the balls inside to solve a table maze. Mike has a lead heading into the maze. By some miracle, Dan is in second. Sierra makes a big comeback to make things interesting, but it’s not enough. Mike wins immunity.

That makes Carolyn the target, unless they want to actually do something about Dan’s advantage, which gets bigger as the numbers dwindle.

Mike points out something to the women, and he’s not wrong. Dan and Rodney are in the shelter resting, while everybody else is scrambling. That’s code for the fact that they feel comfortable.

Rodney struggles to form a sentence at Tribal Council. He blames the lack of food.

Prior to the votes being read, Dan reveals his advantage, which I don’t think will make any difference. Carolyn isn’t taking any chances either. She plays her hidden immunity idol, high fiving Mike as she returns to her seat.

Carolyn (does not count)
Carolyn (does not count)
Carolyn (does not count)
Carolyn (does not count)
Carolyn (does not count)

With 2 votes, Dan has been voted off the island. With both advantages flushed out and Carolyn aware where she stands, that was a pretty huge Tribal Council.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Survivor: Worlds Apart Episode 14, where we will find out who the Survivor: Worlds Apart winner is, which airs Wednesday at 8/7c on CBS.

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The Amazing Race 26 Episode 11

Posted by Shane on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 1:07 pm

Placing last for the second leg in a row in The Amazing Race 26 Episode 10, Matt & Ashley were eliminated.

Teams depart in the order in which they arrived.

First: Hayley & Blair - 6:39AM
Second: Jelani & Jenny - 7:19AM
Third: Mike & Rochelle - 8:35AM
Fourth: Laura & Tyler - 8:48AM

Teams will now drive back to Trujillo, Peru. If they’re staying local, this is pretty bad for a final four leg, as it seems pre-determined considering the large lead the top two teams have due to the flights from the last leg. So now it’s just a question of which of the trailing two teams will fail. It’s not looking good for Mike & Rochelle, whose cab breaks down.

Their first task is to find a clue hidden in South America’s largest mosaic. This seems simpler than it sounds. Hayley doesn’t even get upset, though Laura does for some reason.

The detour is a choice between shake your hips or make some bricks. In shake your hips, teams must learn a national dance, the marinera. In make some bricks, teams must make 12 bricks then transport 12 dry bricks to the delivery site.

Make some bricks: Hayley & Blair, Laura & Tyler
Shake your hips: Jelani & Jenny, Mike & Rochelle (switched from make some bricks)

Manual labor is typically the better option. In a battle for last place and already having arrived last, Mike & Rochelle decide to switch detours. That’s the death blow right there, but perhaps it’s their best option to gamble and hope the other one is better rather than trying to beat Laura & Tyler.

The road block requires teams to paddle reed boats through the surf. As narrow and tough to balance as these boats are, there is going to be a lot of falling.

Road block (in order of arrival): Blair, Jelani, Laura, Rochelle

The pit stop for this leg of the race is Virgen del Socorro.

First: Hayley & Blair (win a trip to India)
Second: Jelani & Jenny
Third: Laura & Tyler
Fourth: Mike & Rochelle

This was a pretty silly leg, but here’s the twist. Mike & Rochelle have not been eliminated, as this is a final four rather than a final three. The final leg starts right now. Yes, this again. I half expected something along those lines just based on how terrible the leg design was considering the spacing between the teams.

Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another recap of The Amazing Race 26 Episode 12, where we will find out who The Amazing Race 26 winner is, which airs Friday at 8/7c on CBS.

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