- Technically, there were five challenges last time, Chris.
- I guess Sadie’s elimination wasn’t significant enough for Chris to mention it.
- Which reminds of just how irrelevant she’s been since Katie got the boot.
- Where did Duncan and Geoff get the ingredients for s’mores? Even if we assume that they stole them from Chef’s kitchen, none of his dishes seemed to include chocolate or anything that resembles it.
- Also, this episode never explains why Duncan and Geoff still pick on Harold, so from now on, every time they do something similar, the episode is going to get a sin for bullying.
- Duncan’s piercing is on the wrong side of his face.
- Why are they running in different directions?
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Hello, people of the TD Wiki, today I present you my most memorable moments from episode 4 of the Ridonculous Race. The moments I’ll be talking about will range from the characters I found interesting to the challenges that excited me. So, let’s not waste any more time, then.
4. My Ship Has Almost Sunk.
Ok, it’s uncomfortable to start from the end of the episode, but I guess I’ll have to. After completing the challenges in Calanque de Maubois teams have to drive a motor boat to the southern tip of Iceland. Most teams don’t face any major difficulties, but the potential lovebirds Carrie and Devin seem to have problems with the motor and have to go slowly, so that the boat wouldn’t stop in the middle of the ocean. After that Devin assumes that…Read more >
Hello, people of the TD Wiki, today I present you my most memorable moments from episode 3 of Ridonculous Race. The moments I’ll be talking about will range from the characters I found interesting to the challenges that excited me. By the way, I’m sorry that I couldn’t upload a review yesterday, as it was a busy day. So, let’s not waste any more time, then.
4. Hitting the Net.
So, surprising no one the tennis rivals got eliminated this episode. People, who watch the Ridonculous Race mostly find either Dwayne or Laurie offensive, but if you ask me, these guys grind my gears the most. Honestly, they are such an insult to old people. Tennis rivals? Fresh TV could’ve called them the Oldies and call it a day. Ok, just kidding, but I’m happy they’…Read more >
Hello, people if the TD Wiki, today I present you my most memorable moments from episodes 1 and 2 of Ridonculous Race. I decided to do that instead of a usual review, because there a lot of those already. The moments I’ll be talking about will range from the characters I found interesting to the challenges that excited me. So, let’s not waste any more time, then.
7. HIGH Fashion.
Meet Jen & Tom, the fashion bloggers, who are also officially the first non-crazy bloggers in TD history. They got a lot of focus in episode 1, and they also probably won’t last long, so let’s talk about these two, while they’re still with us. These two share the belief that there’s nothing worse than ruining their hair on national TV. Heather would be proud. They c…Read more >
Hello again! This is part 2 of the blog series, where I share my (sometimes unpopular) opinions on how well or badly the contestants ranked in different seasons. This blog will focus on those who should have ranked higher, because of their physical capabilities, plot relevance or unused potential. Let's get started!
TDI: Courtney - You know, sometimes in reality shows, you look at a contestant, and you're all like "This is a finalist!", but then they get eliminated midway through. Well, that is Courtney in TDI. I enjoyed her more than in all of her other seasons here, and her speech after the first elimination of season one led me to believe that she is at least, making it to the top 5. Also, she was competent in the game, and was involved …Read more >