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Monday, September 26, 2011

The Amazing Race Season 19

The first episode of the Amazing Race Season 19 was aired last night. The 11 new teams will compete the race around the world for the big prize 1Million Dollars! The race started at the foothills of a temple in California. Ernie Halvorsen (project manager) and Cindy Chiang (brand manager) from Chicago are the first team to arrive on the pit stop and they got the express pass which they can use before or after the 8 league of the race. They have the advance among the other teams because of that express pass. The teams drive the Ford Explorer towards the airport heading to Taipie, Taiwan which is the first league of the race.Bill Alden, a retired teacher and Cathy Alden a retired principal from Albany, Oregon came as the last team to arrive at the pit stop. It was hard for them to figure out the clue "look up". There was a big screen with the word written in Chinese but, they did not read the instructions correctly. So, they spent time roaming to the tallent building and even went up to the top floor. The clue was on the commerce area. They got the clue right! Despite all that, they are still in the game because the first league is non-elimination. But, on the next league of the race, there will be a double elimination round! The first in the history of the game. Who is your favorite team? I still have to watch the next episode to chose my favorites.

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