There, it's started.
They dedicated this show to the tsunami survivors - good for them.
I hope they show that elimination EVERY SINGLE TIME they do a beginning recap. Even the following seasons. For eternity.
"To teach is to learn twice." - Joseph Joubert
I figured they'd eventually have had a leg in an area that was later affected by the tsunami.
i was thinking about this show earlier today ... how i would love to see, instead of "engaged models" or "pro wrestlers', i would love to see 12 pairs of just plain old normal people who have never been on tv before .... like bowling moms ... electrician buddies, waitress co-workers, kindergarten teachers, etc. y'know? just normal people not wanting to further their hollywood career.
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The dedication was a nice tasteful touch.
On a selfish note, I totally called this would be in Sri Lanka :o)
And I sing sometimes like my life is at stake because you're only as loud as the noises you make.
My cynical side thinks the Tsunami survivors don't much care about TAR or their dedication. They'd rather some money. My other cynical side argues back that the producers are just CYAing, but perhaps they gave some money too and just didn't brag on it.Originally Posted by Leo
"You don't rehearse Mr. T, you just turn him loose."
-----Sylvester Stallone, on Mr. T-----
Ok the show can start, I am here
There's no place like home!
now that jonathan and victoria are gone all we need is for adam and rebecca to leave