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Re: TAR LATIN AMERICA 5 - LIVE SIGHTINGS, SPOILERS, SHOW DISCUSSION, ETC.
« Reply #300 on: October 15, 2013, 07:02:58 PM »
Can't say much else about the caps but I'm interested in this leg...

Brand new location for I believe the entire franchise of The Amazing Race. I don't recall any other version of it going to Curazao.

Hope they make them interact with the locals, especially if it involves selfdriving because I think Spanish is not the main language of Curazao, it looks like Braian&Karina and Tobias&Ezequiel might be getting lost.

That paramedic simulation is kind of weird but ok? I guess...

I don't understand the surfing board task, in some caps we can see the entire team on it and in other we can see only one of them doing it... weird...


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« Reply #301 on: October 15, 2013, 07:13:28 PM »


That paramedic simulation is kind of weird but ok? I guess...

I don't understand the surfing board task, in some caps we can see the entire team on it and in other we can see only one of them doing it... weird...

Hopefully they won't quit those tasks too.

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« Reply #302 on: October 15, 2013, 07:20:43 PM »


That paramedic simulation is kind of weird but ok? I guess...

I don't understand the surfing board task, in some caps we can see the entire team on it and in other we can see only one of them doing it... weird...

Hopefully they won't quit those tasks too.

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« Reply #303 on: October 16, 2013, 09:43:14 AM »
It seems both teams from Argentina dislike each other after the race.

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« Reply #304 on: October 16, 2013, 09:46:06 AM »
If you remember the second leg beginning, they both stated that the other Argentinian team was their biggest enemy at the race.
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« Reply #305 on: October 16, 2013, 09:50:56 AM »
Braian in his facebook page talked about the last leg and how they had a lot of problems with the taxis (we didn't see a lot of that), and he made some bad comments about Tobias and Ezequiel.

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« Reply #306 on: October 16, 2013, 10:50:41 AM »
For what I've been reading, Dario (don't know about Esther) is not a fan either of Tobias&Ezequiel... I actually remember Dario talking about how they were always complaining in one of the taxi rides in the last leg.

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« Reply #307 on: October 18, 2013, 10:36:53 AM »
does any have season 1-4 link to watch i just want see it

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« Reply #308 on: October 20, 2013, 09:03:21 AM »
FROM CANALSPACE.COM:
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Desde las sombras

Uno de los productores de “The Amazing Race” nos cuenta en primera personas las impresiones de la carrera más extrema del continente.

EPISODIO 5

Lima, Perú
Hashtag del día: #doblepartida

Lima ofreció el segundo episodio en tierras peruanas y otro capítulo lleno de emoción. Los desafíos proponían usar tanto la paciencia como la destreza y el esfuerzo físico, sobre todo en dos momentos "bisagra" de superarse físicamente. El primero, y quizá el más duro, llevó a las nueve parejas restantes a visitar una escuela de paracaidistas del Ejército de ese país, la Escuela Militar de Chorrillos, donde había que cargar mochilas de 15 kg y entrenar disciplinas como escalar un muro, bajar desde un helicóptero o lanzarse al vacío equipado como paracaidista, simulando un salto profesional. Los mejor preparados físicamente pudieron superarlo en buen tiempo, el dato importante fue que Pierre y Manfred de Costa Rica, quienes venían en segundo lugar, adelantaron a los, hasta ahí,  líderes Jorge y Evelyn, de Colombia. Los que sufrieron los costes del esfuerzo físico realizado previamente fueron los mexicanos Juan José y Gilberto, claramente deteriorados por lo hecho en Iquitos. Otro desafío muy duro físicamente fue remar en bote en la playa de Arenillas, tanto Juan José y Gilberto como las brasileras Renata y Débora, ya recuperadas de su multa por llegar últimas en el episodio previo, no pudieron superar. Sorprendió que las chicas no lo lograran estando bien de físico. Pero, al parecer, no estaban bien de la fe.

En ese lugar también se dio que los patagónicos Ezequiel y Tobías volcaron su bote y perdieron un preciadísimo segundo lugar con los costarricenses. Acercándose al pitstop, la última prueba los llevaría a una escuela de alta cocina para degustar unos platos y adivinar los ingredientes. Cabe aclarar que Lima ofrece una de las mejores gastronomías del mundo y podemos dar fe que es así. En ese lugar se dieron dos situaciones opuestas. Por una lado, las venezolanas Jessica y Michelle hicieron un pacto un poco desparejo para con las colombianas Alejandra y Astrid. Intercambiaron datos que dejaban a estas últimas aún sin resolver la prueba y enviaban a las caraqueñas hacia el pitstop. Hay quienes piensan que no jugaron limpio, pero no rompieron ninguna regla y creo que son las que mejor entendieron que esto es una competencia.

La otra situación, todo lo contrario. Juan José y Gilberto sintieron que, por más que superasen esa prueba, su daño físico era muy grande como para poder soportar otro episodio. Desde ese lugar, les "confesaron" a los argentinos Karina y Braian cuáles eran los ingredientes de los platos. Mucha nobleza. Los porteños no podían resolver el desafío y sin esa ayuda probablemente se hubiesen quedado afuera.

El pitstop fue ubicado en la Huaca Huallamarca, la pirámide arqueológica más importante del distrito de San Isidro. Toya vio llegar en primer lugar nuevamente a los colombianos Jorge y Evelyn, pero debió multarlos por haber hecho mal la primer prueba del día, la confección de una bandera de Amazing Race en el mercado de Gamarra. Quince minutos de penalidad para ellos. Esto dio chance a que el primer puesto quede en manos de los costarricenses Pierre y Manfred, por primera vez ganadores de un episodio. Pasados los 15, quedaron segundos los Bogotanos, quienes siguen con una excelente performance. Terceros entraron los patagónicos Ezequiel y Tobías, cada vez más recuperados y sorprendentes. Los uruguayos Darío y Esther en un cómodo cuarto lugar. Detrás de ellos las venezolanas Jessica y Michelle y, a pocos minutos, las brasileras Renata y Débora. Pausa. Más allá de llegar sextas, las paulistas debieron pagar con dos horas por no hacer la prueba del remo y 30 minutos más por hacer mal la de la bandera. Mucho tiempo. Suficiente para que lleguen las hermanas de Medellín, que pagaron una hora por no lograr la prueba de la comida, pero incluso así entraron séptimas, detrás de Karina y Braian, asustados y creyéndose eliminados por llegar en último lugar. Los mexicanos corrieron la misma suerte en penalización que las brasileras y no pudieron evitar quedar afuera.

Así fue. Doble eliminación, cosa poco común en The Amazing Race que nos deja con siete equipos para seguir la carrera. Por supuesto que la emoción volvió a estar. Los dos eliminados no pudieron dejar de emocionarse por lo vivido y la experiencia que se llevan a través de este viaje.

Estamos casi a mitad de competencia y el programa se va poniendo cada vez más vibrante. Nos vamos de Perú y sentimos que esto cada vez sube más y más. ¡¡¡Hasta la próxima y gracias a todos!!!


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EPISODE 5

Lima, Perú
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Lima offered the second episode on Peruvian soil and another chapter full of emotion. The challenges proposed using both patience and skill and physical effort, especially in two "hinge" moments to excel physically. The first, and perhaps the hardest, took the nine remaining couples to visit an Army paratrooper school in that country, the Military School of Chorrillos, where he had to carry bags of 15 kg and training disciplines like climbing a wall, descend from a helicopter, or leap wearing parachuting gear into the void simulating a professional jump. The better prepared physically were able to adjust in good time, the important fact was that Pierre and Manfred of Costa Rica, who came second, surpassed the leaders, until then, Jorge and Evelyn from Colombia.
Who suffered the costs of the physical exertion previously made were Mexicans Juan José and Gilberto, clearly damaged by what was done in Iquitos. Another hard physically challenge was rowing a boat on the beach of Arenillas, both Juan Jóse adn Gilberto as Brazilian Renata and Deborah, now recovered from his penalty for being last in the previous episode, could not overcome. Surprised that the girls will not succeed being in good shape. But apparently, they were not as good in faith.

In this place also gave that the Patagonian Ezequiel Tobías overturned their boat and lost a prized second place with Costa Ricans. Approaching the Pit Stop, the ultimate test would lead to a high school kitchen to taste some dishes and guess the ingredients. It is clear that Lima offers one of the best cuisines in the world and we can attest that it is. In that place there were two opposite situations. On the one hand, the Venezuelan Jessica and Michelle made ​​a pact a bit uneven for the Colombian Alejandra and Astrid. They exchanged data that left unresolved for the sisters this last test and sent the Caracas girls to the Pit Stop. Some people think they do not played fair, but they did not break any rules and I think they are who best understood that this is a competition.

The other situation, quite the opposite. Juan José and Gilberto felt that, though exceeded that test their physical damage was too great to be able to withstand another episode. From there, they "confessed" to the Argentinians Braian & Karina and what were the ingredients of the dishes. Many nobility. The "porteños" could not resolve the challenge and without such aid would probably have been gone.


The pitstop was located in the most important archaeological pyramid San Isidro district, Huaca Huallamarca. Toya spotted arriving first again to Colombians Jorge and Evelyn, but should penalize them for doing wrong the first challenge of the day, the making of a flag of Amazing Race at the Gamarra market. Fifteen minutes of penalty for them. This gave a chance for the top spot left in the hands of Costa Ricans Pierre and Manfred, winning the the episode for the first time. After the 15 minutes, Bogota's pair finished second, continuing with their excellent performance. Third came the Patagonian Ezequiel Tobías increasingly recovered and surprising. The Uruguayans Darius and Esther in a comfortable fourth. Behind them the Venezuelan Jessica and Michelle and a few minutes, the Brazilian Renata and Deborah. Pause. Beyond reach sixths, the Paulists had to pay two hours for not doing the test of rowing plus 30 minutes to do the flag task wrong. Long time. Enough for Medellin sister to catch up, who also paid one hour for failing to test the food, but even so came seventh, behind Karina and Braian, scared and believing come out last. The Mexicans suffered the same fate in penalization than the Brazilian and could not avoid being eliminated.

That was it. Double elimination, which is unusual for The Amazing Race leaves us with seven teams to continue the race.  Of course the thrill was there again. The two eliminated teams couldn't help get excited for what they lived and the experience carried through this journey.

We are almost halfway through competition and the program is getting more and more vibrant. We're leaving Peru and feel that this rises more and more every time. Until next time and thanks to all!
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« Reply #309 on: October 20, 2013, 03:32:04 PM »
On the one hand, the Venezuelan Jessica and Michelle made ​​a pact a bit uneven for the Colombian Alejandra and Astrid. They exchanged data that left unresolved for the sisters this last test and sent the Caracas girls to the Pit Stop. Some people think they do not played fair, but they did not break any rules and I think they are who best understood that this is a competition.

This sounds interesting, too bad we didn't watch it because. For what we know Jessica&Michelle are very competitive but I can't see them stoping another team on purpose

Toya spotted arriving first again to Colombians Jorge and Evelyn, but should penalize them for doing wrong the first challenge of the day, the making of a flag of Amazing Race at the Gamarra market. Fifteen minutes of penalty for them.

OK? I saw something completely different. 15 minutes but because of the backpack placements... If this is a behind the scenes sort of thing, WHY would this be wrong... This is just dumb.


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« Reply #310 on: October 20, 2013, 03:59:53 PM »
Tomorrow another episode of TAR: Quit edition.  blahblah
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« Reply #311 on: October 20, 2013, 04:16:06 PM »
I feel sad because...

I LOVE THE SHOW. I WANT IT TO BE AMAZING. I WANT IT TO BE AT THE SAME LEVEL AS ANY OF THE OTHER VERSIONS FROM CANADA OR USA.

But. Why not? Why is it so hard?

Is is the lack of a more competitive or physically able cast? Is it the production doing a bad job at managing the money? Is it a lack of creativity in the production? Is it because we don't have a better channel that airs in every country of latin-america? Is people not watching it? why is it? I really don't get it.

I think we have the locations to show the world how beautiful and interesting is latin-america and I think production is doing an OK job at it but it could be so much better.

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« Reply #312 on: October 20, 2013, 04:38:14 PM »
Yes. And I know that this could sound as a joke at some point, but many of the TAR game host here (and put me out of the group in this case) have been able to do a better job designing legs for their games or the different seasons from TARDC on our continent. I always say - referring to the US version - that they should take a look on our game board. Well the same concept applies for TARLA.

Regarding the network issues... The first season here was aired on an air channel besides Discovery - in one of the four majors networks on Saturday's evenings - and ratings were not good, I must say they were terrible, bottom list. And producers were also responsibles for what happened because with the exception of the TAR fans base, nobody else had - and have - any idea of what is the show about (I also blame AXN for this for stopping the broadcast after TAR12 - at least here in Argentina -).
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« Reply #313 on: October 20, 2013, 04:48:20 PM »
^regarding DC, I don't think any version is or should be exempt except for TARAus.
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« Reply #314 on: October 20, 2013, 04:58:55 PM »
Regarding the network issues... The first season here was aired on an air channel besides Discovery

Same here, I can't tell you if it was succesful or not (I'm guessing it wasn't). But in this I blame first the audience of Chile, with every show now the only way to make it interesting for people to watch is to have some sort of celebrity on it. Every prime time show here it has a cast of B and C list of celebrities. And the rest of the day the peak of the hour is talkshows about this B and C list celebrities. The other thing that I blame is the lack of promotion, NOBODY care that Ferna&Fran made it to the last leg on season 1, the air channel NEVER talked about the show, it would just start out of nowhere. Nicolas&Cristobal won season 3 and all they got out of the press was a 1/4 of an article in a national newspaper. That's it.

I know a lot of people who saw The Amazing Race on AXN, me included and then they just stop airing it at some point and I personally lost track of it until Season 15 when youtube was starting to be a thing for me and somehow found it on it.

I wonder if the main problem of TARLA has to do in how teams are "representing" their country, and the amount of emphasis the editing show about how the argentinians, the colombians or whatever, instead of making it more about the history behind every racer, I don't what makes this cast race? I feel like I don't know them and maybe that is why I'm not interested in this cast at all. I don't care who wins. I want the people complaining to go home, but I'm not rooting for anyone in particular. Maybe Jessica&Michelle but only because they are a competent F/F team.
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« Reply #315 on: October 20, 2013, 06:47:05 PM »
Same here, I can't tell you if it was succesful or not (I'm guessing it wasn't). But in this I blame first the audience of Chile, with every show now the only way to make it interesting for people to watch is to have some sort of celebrity on it. Every prime time show here it has a cast of B and C list of celebrities. And the rest of the day the peak of the hour is talkshows about this B and C list celebrities. The other thing that I blame is the lack of promotion, NOBODY care that Ferna&Fran made it to the last leg on season 1, the air channel NEVER talked about the show, it would just start out of nowhere. Nicolas&Cristobal won season 3 and all they got out of the press was a 1/4 of an article in a national newspaper. That's it.

Well, nobody knew that Tamara & Matías won the race here either, with the exception of a couple of little articles in a couple places and, of course, the TAR fans. And the only publicity I remember since TARLA began was a huge cartel on a corner in downtown Buenos Aires during the previous weeks before TARLA3 started.

I know a lot of people who saw The Amazing Race on AXN, me included and then they just stop airing it at some point and I personally lost track of it until Season 15 when youtube was starting to be a thing for me and somehow found it on it.

Same here, I watched TAR13 & 14 on YouTube and then I found a site who has posted all the seasons, and every week add the new episode with different uploaders. Until TAR19 was the only way I could see the race.

I wonder if the main problem of TARLA has to do in how teams are "representing" their country, and the amount of emphasis the editing show about how the argentinians, the colombians or whatever, instead of making it more about the history behind every racer, I don't what makes this cast race? I feel like I don't know them and maybe that is why I'm not interested in this cast at all. I don't care who wins. I want the people complaining to go home, but I'm not rooting for anyone in particular. Maybe Jessica&Michelle but only because they are a competent F/F team.

This is particular from TARLA. I'd have to recheck it, but I don't remember TAR Asia having this kind of edition based on nationalities and the confrontation between one each other based on this factor. TAR Asia worked very well on this aspect, I don't understand why can't do it TARLA.
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« Reply #316 on: October 20, 2013, 09:12:51 PM »
I feel sad because...

I LOVE THE SHOW. I WANT IT TO BE AMAZING. I WANT IT TO BE AT THE SAME LEVEL AS ANY OF THE OTHER VERSIONS FROM CANADA OR USA.

But. Why not? Why is it so hard?
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TARLA is cheap. A Latin American production company has nowhere near the same budget the bigger TARs have. Just look at the amount of tasks featuring the sponsors' products. They just don't have the money to compete with the other editions.

Another example, the final challenge of Season 1: it was to put together cardboard cutouts. Then look at the third Colombian leg this season, they just went to two parks and hung out and did pretty much irrelevant tasks like decoding flags and climbing a rock wall. They even had to have three legs in a row with no Detour.

If TARAus was a hodgepodge of tasks recycled from other editions, this one is more like a home-made version.
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« Reply #317 on: October 20, 2013, 09:30:08 PM »
Also, funny note:

A friend let me know that Beto (fron Juanjo y Beto, the "smaller" one) participated in the Mexican version of The Biggest Loser
http://series.canalspace.tv/mexico/the-amazing-race/equipos-09.php
http://www2.esmas.com/cuanto-quieres-perder/equipo-rojo/000782/ivan-moron-participante-cuanto-quieres-perder

When they were rowing at the Amazon river Juanjo complained that Beto took him on the show against his will. That makes me think that they were probably recruited.

Also, according to my friend, Beto looks like he got back all the weight that he lost.
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« Reply #318 on: October 20, 2013, 10:22:29 PM »

When they were rowing at the Amazon river Juanjo complained that Beto took him on the show against his will. That makes me think that they were probably recruited.

Not likely, maybe he got preference but I don't see why he would be recruited just because BL Mexico.


TARLA is cheap. A Latin American production company has nowhere near the same budget the bigger TARs have. Just look at the amount of tasks featuring the sponsors' products. They just don't have the money to compete with the other editions.

That is sad, but I still think that there is more than just money issues.

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« Reply #319 on: October 21, 2013, 04:15:01 PM »
I forgot to add that Jessica from Jessica&Michelle is a TV host, which as I said before could've give her priority on the casting process.

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« Reply #320 on: October 21, 2013, 07:01:55 PM »
Previously on The Amazing Race Latin America...

Nine teams travel to the capital of Peru. Costa Ricans got the victory. Brazilian cousins and Mexican husband stepped into the mat for last time.

Today the race travel to the Caribbean.

Intro.
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« Reply #321 on: October 21, 2013, 07:10:24 PM »
Clue: Travel to Willemstaad. Once there go to the Wilhemina Park and pick one parked car. You've got 40usd.

Manfred & Pierre first at the cars. Clue: Go to the Queen Juliana Bridge.

Most of the cab drivers speaks spanish as a secondary language.

Eze & Tobias and Evelyn & Jorge get their cars.

Costa Ricans at the bridge: RB: descend doing rappel from the top of the bridge.

Pierre is doing it. They excited because they usually do this.

Friends get the next clue: go to the Caracasbaaiweg roundabout.

Tobías is doing the RB. So is Evelyn.
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« Reply #322 on: October 21, 2013, 07:14:30 PM »
Second RB at the roundabout: Who's the most heroic? Paddle to rescue a person and bring it back to safety. They must travel to a club first to do the task.

Michelle do the RB. Esther perfoms it.

Manfred & Pierre at the club. Manfred is doing the second RB.

Esther is scared of doing the rappel.

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« Reply #323 on: October 21, 2013, 07:24:57 PM »
And we're back.

Esther is descending despite her fear. Screaming but is going down. Dario supports her from the top of the bridge.

At the second RB, Pierre has the people to be rescued.

Ezequiel and Jorge does the second RB. They have to go to the Windsor Club.

Costa Ricans friends has their next clue: go to the CBA studio television and be the anchors reading a notice. Once done, they will receive their following clue.

At the bridge, Karina is doing the rappel. Aleja does it too.

Manfred & Pierre are at the studio. They are reading the news, not before asking about their accent. BTW they're reading at the camera as robots.

Jessica & Michelle perform the second RB.

Jorge & Ezequiel have their people to rescue, although Jorge fall to the water first.

Jorge & Evelyn car is broken.

Commercial.
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Re: TAR LATIN AMERICA 5 - LIVE SIGHTINGS, SPOILERS, SHOW DISCUSSION, ETC.
« Reply #324 on: October 21, 2013, 07:32:01 PM »
And back.

Colombian couple ask for help.

Aleja & Astrid ask for directions to find the roundabout.

Manfred & Pierre get the clue: Travel by foot to the Tula en Rif Monument and participate in a rescue simulation.

Evelyn & Jorge finally get their car fixed and are on their way. Jessica has the RB done.

Eze & Tobias are enjoying doing the news task and get the clue.

Astrid is doing the second RB.

At the club, Dario starts the second RB.

Evelyn & Jorge starts the news task.

Dario choses a blond girl to rescue, with Esther permision :lol: .
"When you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains--however improbable--must be the truth." --Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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