The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business

by Scott Von Doviak

Of all the competition-based reality shows, The Amazing Race probably benefits the most from the all-star format. The first episode of any Race season is almost always a chaotic jumble, with 22 to 24 new faces and personalities to absorb (or even more in the case of the lamentable “Family Edition”), along with the usual airport and taxi cab intrigue. That’s not a problem with tonight’s premiere of the season subtitled Unfinished Business—said business being actually winning the race, something none of the participating teams have done. (I’m guessing The Amazing Race: All-Loser Edition didn’t test well with audiences.)

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