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    Okay, hottie Phil WAS on TES this morning. Thank goodness I still have it set up to tape on Thursdays and Fridays for TAR and Survivor contestant interviews. I figured I'd just FF through it real quick to double check before I deleted it.

    Off to watch it now...
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    You could tell that last nite's ending (Millie and Chuck eliminated) seemed to trouble Phil a bit. He appeared earnestly touched when he asked Millie about how badly she had wanted to win that round. I thought he also seemed as if he may be genuinely concerned for the welfare of that couple.

    I can't say I particularly cared for Millie and Chuck, but I'll admit, last nite was kind of sad.
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    I hope he will still be the host of AR5! If there is!

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    The Amazing Race without Phil is like Borneo's rainforests without orangutans: just not right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep Dish
    The Amazing Race without Phil is like Borneo's rainforests without orangutans: just not right.
    The thought is enough to give me goosebumps of horror.

    TAR without Phil is like the Bonzai Pipeline without surfers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluff
    Love him.
    Just, love him
    So pleased to know he'll be back soon.
    I wish we'd see more of him on the show.
    I agree, good guy, wish we did see more of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter
    You could tell that last nite's ending (Millie and Chuck eliminated) seemed to trouble Phil a bit. He appeared earnestly touched when he asked Millie about how badly she had wanted to win that round. I thought he also seemed as if he may be genuinely concerned for the welfare of that couple.

    I can't say I particularly cared for Millie and Chuck, but I'll admit, last nite was kind of sad.
    Yup... there was a troubled yet sympathetic expression on Phil's face...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep Dish
    The Amazing Race without Phil is like Borneo's rainforests without orangutans: just not right.
    Well said...

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    Yeah well. You could just HEAR the disappointment in his voice when he told K&J that they are still in the race. But my take on it is that, well, we can probably infer that Phil is one of those ultra-good guys. I mean, look at the type of programs he does. Millie did say that she wanted to come back to India and help the poor children if she wins the race. I guess Phil had hoped that she would either win or get the final 3 places so she can do so. Maybe he can make a program out of it too. But yeah, perhaps it was something like that.

    Or perhaps I am just crazy over him. Bertram van Munster in the interview was absolutely right. When Phil auditioned, he said "That is our guy." How correct can he be.

    I love Phil. And his face is quite expressive too. An interview also said that racers always wanna get close to him, that they sometimes have to set a table between our beloved and the teams. Heck! If I am a racer in TAR, I'd jump and get his autograph first too!
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    They will never let me on TAR, because I would win every leg. It would be boring TV, but knowing Phil was there would motivate me.

    It's his eyebrow man... that single eyebrow raise
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