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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #400 on: July 20, 2016, 08:47:08 AM »
I recently rewatched and TARAus2 and I think that is one of the reasons why I think it is so good is because there is a lot of time spent on character development and the rivalry of everyone vs. Paul & Steve, and just the drama between all of the teams. And even if there was not drama within some teams, I feel like there was a lot of character development of the teams, like Lucy and Emilia, Sticky & Sam, Sue & Teresa, etc. There is not as much focus on the tasks, and while they are present, they are more about beating the other teams and being competitive and/or about enjoying the tasks and the race.
This and a trillion! TAR Australia 2 is the first international version of the race I watched and everything from that season is perfectly seamed together and all the teams were very memorable from the team-based editing, especially Lucy & Emilia, Sticky & Sam, and James & Sarah. I hope next season can follow this style. The U.S. version needs sprucing, cleaning and freshening to say the least. :tup:
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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #401 on: July 20, 2016, 01:02:10 PM »
Nah...I would say the editing got bad starting with S14 when airport-drama was cut to almost nil. In addition, producers focused more on troubling, less fun fights (Luke vs. Kisha) and wanted more shock value.

Cairo is indeed amazing, I cannot believe Colin & Christie still ended up arguing after being more than 12 hours ahead ON A FAST FORWARD :lol: :lol: :lol: <3

The episodes are amazing as the production spent most of the time on teams development and finding flight
In most of the episodes, the tasks are not the main focus of the episodes

Yeah, the task-based editing began from TAR9 and sadly got worse from there :(

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Re: Re: TAR 29 Speculation and Discussion of **SPOILERS**
« Reply #402 on: July 20, 2016, 01:06:10 PM »
Nah...the beginning 3-4 of TAR26 drag it down in season rankings.

Don't forget Season 1 & 2 as both are awesome and fun seasons! (And 9 also!)

TAR26 is a top 10 season (TAR3/5/6/8/11/12/17/18/25 being the other 9) aside from the ending 
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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #403 on: July 20, 2016, 06:06:47 PM »
TAR9 sucked lol I legit only cared for MoJo and was meh/hated on everyone else overall.

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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #404 on: July 21, 2016, 05:13:48 AM »
TAR9 sucked lol I legit only cared for MoJo and was meh/hated on everyone else overall.
Watching BJ & Tyler and Eric & Jeremy being always ahead was extremely boring
The only exciting episode of that season for me is Oman, where the above two teams fell behind l


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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #405 on: July 21, 2016, 03:17:31 PM »
I recently rewatched and TARAus2 and I think that is one of the reasons why I think it is so good is because there is a lot of time spent on character development and the rivalry of everyone vs. Paul & Steve, and just the drama between all of the teams. And even if there was not drama within some teams, I feel like there was a lot of character development of the teams, like Lucy and Emilia, Sticky & Sam, Sue & Teresa, etc. There is not as much focus on the tasks, and while they are present, they are more about beating the other teams and being competitive and/or about enjoying the tasks and the race.
This and a trillion! TAR Australia 2 is the first international version of the race I watched and everything from that season is perfectly seamed together and all the teams were very memorable from the team-based editing, especially Lucy & Emilia, Sticky & Sam, and James & Sarah. I hope next season can follow this style. The U.S. version needs sprucing, cleaning and freshening to say the least. :tup:

If you're talking about TARAus 3 it doesn't :(

Alternatively, find TAR Canada 2 and watch the first 11 episodes :tup:

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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #406 on: July 21, 2016, 11:11:49 PM »
I recently rewatched and TARAus2 and I think that is one of the reasons why I think it is so good is because there is a lot of time spent on character development and the rivalry of everyone vs. Paul & Steve, and just the drama between all of the teams. And even if there was not drama within some teams, I feel like there was a lot of character development of the teams, like Lucy and Emilia, Sticky & Sam, Sue & Teresa, etc. There is not as much focus on the tasks, and while they are present, they are more about beating the other teams and being competitive and/or about enjoying the tasks and the race.
This and a trillion! TAR Australia 2 is the first international version of the race I watched and everything from that season is perfectly seamed together and all the teams were very memorable from the team-based editing, especially Lucy & Emilia, Sticky & Sam, and James & Sarah. I hope next season can follow this style. The U.S. version needs sprucing, cleaning and freshening to say the least. :tup:

If you're talking about TARAus 3 it doesn't :(

Alternatively, find TAR Canada 2 and watch the first 11 episodes :tup:

There is is a third Australian season...
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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #407 on: July 22, 2016, 01:45:00 AM »
I recently rewatched and TARAus2 and I think that is one of the reasons why I think it is so good is because there is a lot of time spent on character development and the rivalry of everyone vs. Paul & Steve, and just the drama between all of the teams. And even if there was not drama within some teams, I feel like there was a lot of character development of the teams, like Lucy and Emilia, Sticky & Sam, Sue & Teresa, etc. There is not as much focus on the tasks, and while they are present, they are more about beating the other teams and being competitive and/or about enjoying the tasks and the race.
This and a trillion! TAR Australia 2 is the first international version of the race I watched and everything from that season is perfectly seamed together and all the teams were very memorable from the team-based editing, especially Lucy & Emilia, Sticky & Sam, and James & Sarah. I hope next season can follow this style. The U.S. version needs sprucing, cleaning and freshening to say the least. :tup:

If you're talking about TARAus 3 it doesn't :(

Alternatively, find TAR Canada 2 and watch the first 11 episodes :tup:

There is is a third Australian season...
He's saying TARAus 3 doesn't have the same feel as TARAus 2.

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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #408 on: July 22, 2016, 01:51:12 AM »
I recently rewatched and TARAus2 and I think that is one of the reasons why I think it is so good is because there is a lot of time spent on character development and the rivalry of everyone vs. Paul & Steve, and just the drama between all of the teams. And even if there was not drama within some teams, I feel like there was a lot of character development of the teams, like Lucy and Emilia, Sticky & Sam, Sue & Teresa, etc. There is not as much focus on the tasks, and while they are present, they are more about beating the other teams and being competitive and/or about enjoying the tasks and the race.
This and a trillion! TAR Australia 2 is the first international version of the race I watched and everything from that season is perfectly seamed together and all the teams were very memorable from the team-based editing, especially Lucy & Emilia, Sticky & Sam, and James & Sarah. I hope next season can follow this style. The U.S. version needs sprucing, cleaning and freshening to say the least. :tup:

If you're talking about TARAus 3 it doesn't :(

Alternatively, find TAR Canada 2 and watch the first 11 episodes :tup:

There is is a third Australian season...
He's saying TARAus 3 doesn't have the same feel as TARAus 2.

Actually he (first person) doesn't aware that TAR Aus 3 has already aired with different feel and style than TAR Aus 2.
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Re: Previous TAR Seasons Discussions
« Reply #409 on: July 23, 2016, 01:42:13 PM »
I recently rewatched and TARAus2 and I think that is one of the reasons why I think it is so good is because there is a lot of time spent on character development and the rivalry of everyone vs. Paul & Steve, and just the drama between all of the teams. And even if there was not drama within some teams, I feel like there was a lot of character development of the teams, like Lucy and Emilia, Sticky & Sam, Sue & Teresa, etc. There is not as much focus on the tasks, and while they are present, they are more about beating the other teams and being competitive and/or about enjoying the tasks and the race.
This and a trillion! TAR Australia 2 is the first international version of the race I watched and everything from that season is perfectly seamed together and all the teams were very memorable from the team-based editing, especially Lucy & Emilia, Sticky & Sam, and James & Sarah. I hope next season can follow this style. The U.S. version needs sprucing, cleaning and freshening to say the least. :tup:

If you're talking about TARAus 3 it doesn't :(

Alternatively, find TAR Canada 2 and watch the first 11 episodes :tup:

There is is a third Australian season...
He's saying TARAus 3 doesn't have the same feel as TARAus 2.

Actually he (first person) doesn't aware that TAR Aus 3 has already aired with different feel and style than TAR Aus 2.
Oh, whoops. I didn't think that phrase would cause a lot of confusion at first.

I meant I hoped TAR29 will follow the team emphasis on the race rather than centralizing on tasks.
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"Maybe we could get North Korea to watch out for the other teams and put them in time-out or something" ~Brook (of Brook & Claire from season 17, leg 11)


 

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