I love an underdog. In fact, I love everything about an underdog. From the wonderful journey of how they got here to how happy they are to just be in the room/arena/stadium with their highly-favored competition.
The Amazing Race team delivered an apology. For some, that apology may not be perceived as the perfect apology. But it was an apology and we should not be the ones who judge rather we should allow that "judgment" be made by our savior.
The couple proved the strength of their unity in a slew of endurance-testing, mind-fraying tasks during a month-long sprint across the world. Interviewed separately this week, Brent and Josh together offer 12 lessons that only being gay and winning The Amazing Race can teach you.
I'm a fan of the CBS show and followed multiple seasons, including the current one that's nearing the finish line. For one month, their only personal belongings are what they can fit in a backpack, and racers do not get packing lists.
Indeed, all these shows had their forebears in the days of radio. But, for the sake of argument, let's leave our family-tree tracing to the early days of TV. There are really only four models for most reality shows, four shows from which all others spring.