I kinda have a soft spot for them already, as my own cousin and I once tried out for the show. Didn't make it, but still . . .
Edited by Paron Xanthis, Jan 27, 2012 @ 11:51 PM.
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Posted Feb 5, 2012 @ 9:27 PM
This is from Kerri. No, I don't think she's been out of Gulfport very often. If she doesn't even realize that the U.S. has a variety of cultures, she can't have much experience with other parts of the country.
"In the U.S. everyone speaks the same language and has the same culture."
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I get having a fear of heights, but that's a common staple of the show by now. I didn't think Stacy was the last one on the plane, but she was the last one to go - was that by choice, or just a matter of how they were situated on the plane?
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Ditto. I'm thinking that this is the team that other Racers will underestimate. I could do without the cheerleading though.
I sort of passed them off as cute but hopeless cannon fodder, but they're really starting to prove themselves to me.
Posted Feb 29, 2012 @ 1:48 PM
Edited by NotPatrick, Feb 29, 2012 @ 1:49 PM.
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Edited by ribboninthesky1, Mar 5, 2012 @ 12:44 AM.
Posted Mar 5, 2012 @ 5:06 AM
I knew it was a mistake for Kerri to do the roadblock. Not because she's incompetent, but having a curly afro doesn't lend itself well to balancing glass bottles on your head.
Posted Mar 5, 2012 @ 12:48 PM
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Posted Mar 5, 2012 @ 9:30 PM
I thought there were a few team members that did that, not just Stacy. That soft cloud of hair isn't ideal for balancing things on your head, especially when that's not something you're used to.
I thought the biggest problem with her doing the Roadblock was that Stacy kept shouting out 'encouragement' at just the wrong moment - there were at least a couple of times when Kerri was doing the final move where she was laying down and just at that moment Stacy decided to shout out "Woo, yeah! You can do it!" or similar, and the bottle immediately fell.
Hey now! That's a strength. Seriously though, they seem to be good at keeping their cool, pinch-hitting for each other, and remaining focused amidst chaos. What I'm concerned about is what happens as other teams are eliminated, and they have to raise their gameplay. They're solid middle-packers, but as the herd thins, that won't be good enough. I've not seen enough to be certain they can pull it out, especially when you have really intense and competitive teams (sprinkled with alpha maleness) like Border Patrol, Big Brother, and Rachel and Dave. Bopper and Mark, even, though their twangs and Bopper's camera-mugging makes them appear more harmless than they are. Plus, there's the other middle-packer team in the Feds, with slightly higher positioning.
They don't seem to really have one, except long division.
Edited by ribboninthesky1, Mar 6, 2012 @ 9:47 PM.
Posted Mar 12, 2012 @ 5:58 PM