Would fondue be a fon-don't? And would it pay to have allies?
In an eerily prescient 1624 poem, John Donne wrote, "No 'Amazing Race' team is an island entire of itself."
Now you may be impressed that Donne was able to anticipate the advent of "The Amazing Race," but I find it even more amazing that he was specifically anticipating Sunday (April 24) night's episode. Because for most of the 18 season history of "The Amazing Race," it was actually entirely possible for a team to be highly successful while barely interacting with the other teams along the way. "Survivor" is CBS' social reality show, but "The Amazing Race" requires only that the two people on individual team remain aligned for a few weeks. Anything else is gravy.
But on Sunday night, one "Amazing Race" team finally fell victim to its isolationist stance.
Never send to know for whom the bell tolls... On Sunday night, it tolled for...
[Full "Amazing Race" recap after the break...]