Here we are at the finale -- two days past it, at that. I hope by now you've had a chance to see the last episode, or that you've at least heard who won.
The first clue of the leg leads teams to the Spanish Synagogue, which is still in Prague. The whole leg is in Prague. For most teams, this destination yields only a second clue, but for Ericka & Brian, it will host their Speed Bump.
The second clue sends them to the Ekotechnicke Museum.
Teams head to Prague, which if you ask Sam & Dan is either somewhere they speak Spanish or its very own country. That's... sort of appalling.
After a short ferry hop to Tallinn, Estonia, teams spend the whole leg in and around that area, so it seems like a wee little leg with little room for the lagging, non-eliminated Gary & Matt to improve.
Their Speed Bump requires them to take a five-minute steam in a sauna bus with some friendly-seeming locals, including one particularly hot blonde girl.
In which we revisit the infamous hay bale Roadblock in the game's first ever "Switchback"...
You all knew this had to be non-elimination, right? There is no way they're cruel enough to put an elimination mat right next to The Hardest Roadblock Of All Time. (Can you imagine Maria & Tiffany attempting this? Oh, the whining. Oh, the hugging.
I have thoughts, most of which are spoilery if you haven't seen the episode yet, so click below to read more...
I know it's not Dutch, but nonetheless schadenfreude is really the most appropriate word to describe the emotion with which I watched most of this week's episode. There's no doubt those poor poker girls looked miserable, but... come on, it was hilarious.
'Twas a surprisingly interesting episode for one that didn't leave the city of Dubai at all.
It turns out you can't just show up at the airport and request a flight to "the Persian Gulf" without getting a few funny looks.
Aw, man. That was a hard one for me, with the first elimination of a Team I Actually Care About.
And just when I was planning on waxing poetic on how cute Justin is.
You'll have to help me out a little here, readers.