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    Wish I Had A FF Right Now Jughead Jones's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ctheworld
    Can some one tell me why some of the best teams to compete in TAR finish 4th :mad: Season one we lost Kevin and Drew :mad: and this year we lose John and Al :mad: ...what gives?
    I noticed that too.

    Kevin/Drew (Team 4) (though I did root for Frank and Margarita)
    Danny/Oswald (Team 4)
    Jon/Al (Team 4)

    The only one of my favourite teams to make it to the final 3 were Ken and Gerard in TAR3.

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    You talkin' to me? 2ctheworld's Avatar
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    That's true, Ken and Gerard were a great team to watch.

    Watching these last 2 episodes will be hard though without Jon and Al in the race. Only those 2 could take a stressful race around the world and find plenty of time to "clown" around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
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    Thanks

    How I wish that last pit stop was the 3rd non elimination point , they should have had another chance, it's sooooo unfair that David and Jeff, Kelly and Jon had thiers but the clowns who had the least mistakes and who probably were the only one who never got lost except for Korea which was so David and Jeff's fault were eliminated.

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    Watching TAR won't ever be the same again without the clowns. I've made up a list of things I'd definitely miss not seeing on the show.

    Al reading the clues which he mostly does.
    The clowns putting on thier noses.
    Jon balancing stuff on his nose.
    The clowns just being goofy.
    Jon yelling "c'mon Al!"
    Al all stressed out saying "oh dear God please!"
    The clowns shouting and doing a high-five at the pit stops.
    The clowns helping out someone else in need.

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    Great interview, John! Great job, Jon & Al!
    Who shot who in the what now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank001
    Watching TAR won't ever be the same again without the clowns. I've made up a list of things I'd definitely miss not seeing on the show.

    Al reading the clues which he mostly does.
    The clowns putting on thier noses.
    Jon balancing stuff on his nose.
    The clowns just being goofy.
    Jon yelling "c'mon Al!"
    Al all stressed out saying "oh dear God please!"
    The clowns shouting and doing a high-five at the pit stops.
    The clowns helping out someone else in need.
    Going along with what you said, I miss their New Yawk accent. Is it just me hearing the way they talk, but the accent seems more salient in Jon than in Al? In any case, I miss them both. Can't wait to see their website.

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    Jon definitely has more of an accent. It was the only way I could tell them apart when transcribing the interview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank001
    Watching TAR won't ever be the same again without the clowns. I've made up a list of things I'd definitely miss not seeing on the show.

    Al reading the clues which he mostly does.
    The clowns putting on thier noses.
    Jon balancing stuff on his nose.
    The clowns just being goofy.
    Jon yelling "c'mon Al!"
    Al all stressed out saying "oh dear God please!"
    The clowns shouting and doing a high-five at the pit stops.
    The clowns helping out someone else in need.
    There was never a moment when I didn't like A & J.

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    I started out with generally positive feelings about Al and Jon, but grew to admire them more and more every week. That kind of building respect is a really wonderful thing, imo.

    These two epitomize for me how the game should be played, and I say that as a woman who wishes that I could say that about some of the females. As much as I admired the spunk and competitiveness of Tian and Millie, they clearly had some poor moments. The clowns really never, ever did. Way to go, A&J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    There was never a moment when I didn't like A & J.

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