Carissa Explains It All - Episode 3
I’m sorry about how late this is, but I kept having stuff to do. I hope that you can find love deep in your hearts to forgive me.
My three favorite teams going into this episode are the Goths, Goths and more Goths!
That is funny how no one can pronounce the place they have to go to. I tried at least three times, and each time it sounded more like I was doing baby talk. I wonder how many times it took Phil to get it right.
I'm glad that Ronald finally realized that he was being mean to his daughter. I just hope that it is not too late because I really want to like this team.
I have a lot of credit to give to Ronald for running across that really big airport with an even bigger hernia. Christina was probably really proud of her Dad for not giving up, even when he was in such pain.
Why are the racers all so stressed on this flight to Paris? What's the big deal about all of the teams except for Nat and Jen being on it? They must know by now that by the next scene, they will all be equal again.
That wasn't nice for Jennifer to say that they were going to be sold to people for money. Just because they are in Africa doesn't mean that someone wants them for slaves.
I wonder what Grandma thinks about all of Donald's flirting. No doubt he will be sleeping on the couch after this episode.
Even though the blondes said that they were going to flirt their way ahead on the race, I think that Donald is way better at it than they are. Too bad Donald didn't include this ability in his intro, because I would have laughed so hard if he had said that.
The blondes were so rude on the train that I have moved them down from my fifth favorite team to my most hated team.
When you look at how these people live in this area, it really makes me appreciate what I have here in America.
I would love to do this roadblock because I have always wanted to milk an animal and feel what an udder is like. My Mom won't let my brother's goats have babies. If she did, I could have fun milking them all the time.
The baby camels trying to sneak a drink from their moms during this roadblock, remind me of one of my favorite movies "The Story of the Weeping Camel". It is a really good movie if you want to see it.
When will the racers realize that you need to be as calm as possible when working with animals? Don't any of them watch the Dog Whisperer?
Christina doing this roadblock would have made a great "Got Milk" commercial since she had the biggest milk mustache ever.
Even though I kind of felt bad for Lorena, I couldn't help but laugh over her crying over spilt milk. If she didn't spill so much, she could be with her friends going in the wrong direction.
I would do teach it because learn it would be way too hard for me. I even had to switch from Spanish to French because I stink at languages.
The brother and sister had a great idea just learning five words each. I bet that they were able to finish twice as fast as the others.
These two school detours have to be two of the best options that they have ever had. They both seem so equal, which I really like.
What is Ronald doing stopping to put on his jacket on the way to the Pit stop? This guy must be crazy. He runs with a hernia, but is worried that he might get a little wet from the rain.
Waiting to see who is going to come in last is way too tense for me. I don't think that there is anyway I can re-watch tonight's show after this.
Look, the Pitstop lady has a baby! That baby has to be the youngest greeter ever. Now I know why Phil had the umbrella out. It wasn't because he was worried about his hair do; he was trying to protect the baby. Phil is so cool.