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    Will there be a FF next week?

    Does anyone know if there will be a FF in the next leg? Has there only been two in the race so far? I don't remember if it was stated at the start of the race how many FFs there would be.

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    There are only 2, and they have both already been available, so no.

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    Thanks John. I guess I missed that tid-bit of information.

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    I highly doubt that since next week is the season finale, that they would ever make a fastfoward available so close to the end of racing

    I am curious however at the possibility of any more yields

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    I'm curious as well. As there are only four teams, how will CBS organise the episodes?
    two pit stops? Eliminate a team in the first hour and leave a final 3 in the last hour?
    Is there any yield in the first hour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokimeki
    I'm curious as well. As there are only four teams, how will CBS organise the episodes?
    two pit stops? Eliminate a team in the first hour and leave a final 3 in the last hour?
    Is there any yield in the first hour?
    I was seriously thinking about the possibility of one of the teams being eliminated at the end of the first hour...because now that they've used all the NELs there could be a pit stop along the way

    I remember from season 1 that the last pit stop wasnt really a pit stop (no one got eliminated) but the teams were required to stay in this tiny Alaskan cabin for 12 hours (kinda like a task)

    It is kinda confusing because certain seasons of AR aired the season finale as a full two hours while most of them aired the last two hours on separate weeks. I like it much better when they air the last two epies together.

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    There will be another pit stop next week, that much is known. That leaves the traditional final three teams for the finale.

    As for a Yield... I'd expect one in the first hour, but not the second.

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    I know there are only two Fast Forwards in the entire race. Did Phil mention how many Yields there are in the entire race?

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    Kim mentioned in the insider video that it was their last chance to use the yield so they had to use it. I don't how accurate that it cos there's so much spoilers floating around for the next episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickzora
    I remember from season 1 that the last pit stop wasnt really a pit stop (no one got eliminated) but the teams were required to stay in this tiny Alaskan cabin for 12 hours (kinda like a task)
    That wasn't the pit stop, that was just a place to stay for the night to be ready to do the task the next morning. They got to a significantly larger "Musher's Lodge" (IIRC) later the next day for the pit stop.

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