I remember specifically saying, 'Good for you,' so to find out how much she hated us was a complete shock," Carol tells TVGuide. The models' self-described hatred culminated in them U-Turning Carol and Brandy in Sunday's episode, leading to their anger-filled elimination. Get the duo's take on the so-called "feud," why they think Caite in particular was after them, and if they would've used the U-Turn on the models. Brandy: Just shock.
Enter Amazing Race Canada. Most relevant to my interests, are Laura and Jackie, a married lesbian couple from Toronto. In their short intro to the show, they explained that they met at day camp, went from being BFFs into GFs and have been together for nearly 10 years. The first episode, however, kept it Canadian, kicking off on a glacier in Athabasca, AB. Continuing with the roller coaster of adrenaline, once they are able to successfully deliver the menu, the competitors head to Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt and become naval recruits. Assigned a problem-solving challenge, the pairs are forced to seal nine leaks in a flooding room. Muslim besties, Shahla and Nabeela, had the hardest time with this task, dropping tools into the water and succumbing to leg cramps, ultimately getting eliminated from the show.
Carol Rosenfeld , 47, a consultant living in Los Angeles, and her Salt Lake City-based teammate, Brandy Snow , a year-old actress, were the second team to have their run ended by the dreaded U-Turn on this season of The Amazing Race. Brandy: The U-Turn was the end of us. We were totally blindsided and did not consider ourselves the biggest threat. Carol: It was funny and surprising to see how big of a threat the cops thought we were.
Kate and Pat dated for seven years before tying the knot three years ago. Kate is an Episcopal priest and has one grown son. She claims that the biggest difference between herself and Pat is that she avoids conflict while Pat dives right in. Kate describes herself as passionate and sarcastic while Pat says she is persistent and dependable. Pat is a vocational deacon in the Episcopal Church and her ministry in the community is to people with disabilities.