New York teams....
I never really gave much thought to how many NY teams there were on TAR.
You know...2 of my 3 favorite teams are from NY (or at least 1 1/2 as Gerard is from NJ ;)).
And 2 of my LEAST favorite teams are from NY (again 1 1/2 as Heather ...or maybe it's Eve...is in Boston).
I hope for TAR4 they get a more geographic representation though, as almost half of the teams on TAR3 were from NY....
Perhaps some some folks from New Mexico or Colorado (or Virginia or D.C.)! ;)
Or Michigan, but non-Detroit area. (Yes, Hollywood, there IS a little bit of Michigan that's not Detroit!)
Frank and Margarita from TAR 1 were from NYC as the race finished close to their neighborhood. Gary and Dave (the Woody Allen Jr. team) from TAR 2 were also from NYC. :rolleyes
Boston boys Alex and Chris won TAR 2.
Phil is a Kiwi. :)
I would ask for more people from Portland, but really we have had our fill of those...
Vee and Lindsey on Survivor, Brynn on Real World (which I don't watch, but I understand she is quite the example of human decadence), and Lisa from Star Dates (plug! plug!), and really none of them have distinguished themselves.
Yeah, I was just surprised looking at the bios the consolidation of New Yorkers on TAR3. Seems bizarre to me.
A LOT of people live in NYC, the largest city in the US. There are also tons of contestants from California, which makes sense because 10% of the US population lives in California, and not quite all of them are aspiring actors. :) Not so many people from the shows from Wyoming, because, despite its size, there just aren't that many people there.
I would still rather see more diversity ;) Almost half of the teams were NYC ones....
Okay, I'll let you guys in on a little secret.......
Practically everyone in NYC is a media-whore. Shhh!
It's true, though. A lot of the young(er) people from NYC have moved here because they're desperate for stardom/exposure/etc. I bet there's a much bigger percentage of people from NYC that audition for these shows than any other city in the nation.
LG, you mean 10% of the population that we never care to see on TV lives in California, right? :)
Gimme some Midwesterners, I guarantee they'll have the plants and berries cooked up in no time, and probably find a few morel mushrooms to boot.
I guess they have to select the best mix from the applications they get.
I would like to see more areas represented though.
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