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recency bias is bad…) I want to take you back to Season 18.
On their way out of a task in the Japanese countryside, Flight Time and Big Easy accidentally grabbed Ron and Christina’s bag instead of their own, and instead of replacing it exactly where they found it at the top of a mountain, they returned it to the changing room at the base of the mountain, which earned them a 30-minute penalty.
(I mean, apart from the fact that Season 3 episodes would routinely spend 20 minutes in the airport and still manage to cram a Roadblock, a Detour, and a Fast Forward into the episode.) (And apart from the fact that tucked-in t-shirts are really not a good look for Phil.) 90% of the time, Flo is . Hayley doesn’t wait until things aren’t going their way to start complaining.
She’s a little strident and opinionated, but Zach’s so laid back, I’d imagine it would be hard not to be sometimes. In fact, it’s entirely possible that between the last leg and this one, she never actually stopped.
But it’s Bergen’s inability to tap into his inner Zach that ended up being the difference between staying in the Race and getting kicked out.
Matt and Ashley struggled early on, but the fact that they’ve known each other for years was very evident this week in their harmonious task performance.(I also think the editors are much more heavy-handed than they might have been a decade-plus ago…but it’s still true that they can’t air it if you don’t do it.) So in terms of actual obstacle to Race success, who’s the Flo-iest person on the show in many seasons?That crown goes to Kurt, who, like Flo at several points in her season, simultaneously did not want the Race to be over and did not want to continue racing.Some Blind Date teams, like Tyler and Laura, seem to grasp this innately.Others, like Jackie and Jeff (and Jelani and Jenny), seem to be figuring it out after a little trial and error.