I love the memory challenge at the end also. But I'm thinking that they wanted to throw in a physical challenge that also tested mental abilities (with the Mandalay Bay challenge), and then have a challenge that tested the teams' patience in a high-stress time (with the counting challenge). Not bad, I say. I really liked Vegas as end city.
Brian/Ericka... I was still rooting for them, but I grew really frustrated when she couldn't cool down at the LOVE challenge. Brian is a saint. I would have lost it if I was him. In the end though, their miscounting was probably what lost it for them.
I'm there with ya! TAR13, TAR14, TAR15--each of the most recent seasons has had the dominant team win out in the end. It's getting boring! I will admit that I did root for Nick/Starr, but that was mostly because their sister went to my school. I will mention though that I was really liking Ken/Tina a lot, especially towards the end, and I kind of wanted them to win more than Nick/Starr. And I also liked Tammy/Victor, but they were at least a little bit interesting. And truthfully, I ended up rooting for them at the end after Kisha/Jen were eliminated (because of their bathroom break! ugh, I cannot get over that).Originally Posted by HurriKaty;3763326;
But Meghan/Cheyne? They were boring (aside from maybe one or two moments), and their win was very predictable. All credit to them for being strong powerhorses and getting all those first places, but I still thought they were the typical young, strong, pretty, boring couple. The editors did a good job trying to make the finale tense, but in the end, I think the majority of us knew that it would turn out this way.
TAR winners are usually never that great anyway. Look at its history.