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    Quote Originally Posted by JR.
    Jeez, that shows you how much I pay attention. If you didn't point this out, I never would've recognised her.
    JR., don't be so hard on yourself now.. we all know that if Brittney was described as "the girl wearing the baby-blue 2 piece" for TAR... you'd have known exactly who it was.
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    I didn't see enough of this team to form an opinion of them either way.
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    I know we haven't seen much of them yet, but I have a feeling this team is going to be really strong throughout the race... I personally like them, they're a cute family hehe
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    Sentiments exactly...I like this team as well and I reckon they can make it far in this game...It also doesn't hurt to be cute too
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    Hopefully the son's rant at the end of the race was just because of disappointment and not how he constantly feels about his family. I did feel quite bad for him considering how his entire family pointed fingers at him when they got lost.

    The mom was completely useless throughout this, she couldn't do the task, didn't drive, didn't read the map, I don't know what she was there for.

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    You can tell Brock wants to throttle his father.

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    I COMPLETELY empathize with Brock. I want to throttle dad, too. When I encounter men like him I truly wonder why more women aren't gay.
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    the dad pissed me off when they were driving & was blaming the son! Hello, YOU are the one who gave the bad directions! At least later on he admitted his mistake, but still...too little, too late.

    And the mom's quitter attitude pissed me off too. She couldn't do it? Whatever. Even without her doing much, they STILL should have been able to complete the lifting. The Gaghans did it with two little kids, who you know couldn't do much in the way of lightening the load.

    Before that point, I was hoping for the Rogers to beat the Paolos (oh how I can't stand them...) but after the mom saying "I can't" & being a quitter, they deserved to lose. I felt bad for the kids though, but that was it.
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    I can't say I am going to miss them, because they barely had any airtime. I'm glad that the Dad at least admitted he was the one to blame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itravel94
    I'm glad that the Dad at least admitted he was the one to blame.
    He gets some points for that, but loses a whole lot more for basically saying "but we all make mistakes" when it's his fault. Why didn't we see that attitude when it was all Brock's fault? I didn't see him apologize to Brock, either.

    Yeah, this guy's a class act all the way....

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