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I love this shot at the starting line at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. It's like the calm before the storm. Amazing potential energy and a life-changing adventure about to unfold. #12Shows21Days. The world is waiting for you!
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Without a doubt, this view from Bora Bora is one of the most breathtaking aerials that we've ever seen on The Amazing Race. Thank goodness we now show the Race in HD. It's just like being there. You can feel the speed and energy in this shot.
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This photo represents both the craziest hair and one of the craziest challenges we've ever seen on the Race. Hands down the world's best mullet and my favorite challenge of the season in my hometown, Christchurch, New Zealand, on one of my high school friends' farm. Simply put, The Shemozzle Race!
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In Bali, Indonesia. Oy vey!!!
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We will never forget Joey's reactions during his experience on The Amazing Race! His interaction with the bushmen of Botswana and a scorpion was simply priceless.
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I call this — how bad do you want $1 million? Looks like Anthony was so rattled he forgot to put his teeth in before waterskiing with the crocs. I think it's safe to say that they earned their Fast Forward on this day in Botswana.
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Here we are in Switzerland revisiting what might be the most talked about challenge ever on The Amazing Race: Cheese Hill. Only this time we added a little snow to the mix.
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I love it when teams defy viewers' first impressions. Caroline and Jen are much tougher than they may look and they proved it here in Berlin. But what else would you expect from girls who have Daniel Boone and John Wayne in their family trees?
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You want me to do what? You want me to put my hands where? I grew up knowing what haggis was, having gone to a Scottish school in New Zealand called St. Andrews. But it sure doesn't look like Max and Katie have seen anything like it before.
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After more than 30,000 miles racing around the globe, we arrive at our finish line in Mount Vernon, Va. — the home of our first president. Three very tired teams are racing to meet me here, and one will become instant millionaires!