After Phil's interview I Think That Nat and Kat have good possibility to win....
They are very happy because they are first at roadblock??? ,first at bungee ,first at Rose Bowl task
And thereís a few dramatic turns and twists and youíll be doing a lot of second-guessing
but they have some problems to find the finish line...
They are really nervous ...They have backpacks on their knees ,so probably they get off taxi,but the location isn't correct, ..so return on taxi and search for the real finish line .but ...they waste time
At the end of the day, the most deserving team wins and thatís the most important thing."....
So ..at the end,despite everything they win...
You might have it there, Milanissimo. They leave the final task with a huge lead and think the race is theirs. But then, their taxi cab driver takes them to the wrong location! They have to find the finish line, and maybe that's when Nat calls someone and says, "Hi. I'msorry. I'm in a Race." And maybe that's what the confessional we saw with her & Kat was about -- their problems with the taxi driver! However, they still beat Brook & Claire and Jill & Thomas.
That actually makes some sense and possibly(?) clears up a detail that I noticed earlier. This references the promo shown during Survivor on Wednesday. When they are showing N/K and J/T racing toward what appears to be the entrance area to the finish line (Greystone Mansion), they are passing a circular, covered drop-off and pickup area (similar to what you would find outside a hotel). The shots they use for both N/K and J/T are from the same general angle. Comparing the two views, there are differences in the # of people, # cars and positions of MOST people in that drop-off area. HOWEVER, in both shots the same gentleman is seated reading a book. Now, if N/K had such a commanding lead, why is the gentleman in both shots? Yes, I understand sitting in the same area for an extended area of time just reading, I have done it on many occasions - just usually not outside during mid-summer unless in the shade in shorts. N/K having trouble with their taxi cab driver and losing time trying to find the finish line could explain this.
The only speculation I could make between the 2 shots, is that in the N/K view (if I remember right), there are 3 cars in the drop off area. The third car seems to possibly be a black town-car. In the J/T shot, there is only one car, possibly the same black town-car?, with what maybe a chauffeur standing near itís front. This, as someone mentioned, may be colored by the fact that I favor N/K.
In the B/C shot, they donít use exactly the same angle so the drop-off area is not shown.
Note: the racers aren't using this drop-off area, so taxi's may have their own.