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14. The Ex Factor Award: Jenny doesn't know how to swim, so the sadistic producers of Fear Factor make her drive a car into water! When she and her ex/teammate Sean exit the car as it sinks, Jenny expects him to help her to dry land. But he doesn't. "He left her! Whoa! She's going under," host Joe Rogan says. The show's diving team rescues Jenny, who is understandably peeved at Sean. "I waited there for you," he says. Er, no, you didn't. And even if you did, she can't swim!

13. Nerdiest Trash Talk: Nothing less than first place on The Amazing Race would have sufficed for perfectionist Cindy and her fiancé Ernie. They eventually win the $1 million, but not before dissing the other two teams during the final leg. "It would be like losing to C students and we're ....read more

Amazing Race's Marcus and Amani: We Thought We Could Make Another Comeback

Marcus and Amani Pollard's $1 million hopes on The Amazing Race finale ended almost as soon as the leg began in their Atlanta hometown when the former Indianapolis Colts tight end toiled at the first task of landing a simulated aircraft. Still, the couple believed that another comeback could be in the cards. "We didn't feel like [our setback] was insurmountable, but at the same time, being in it with people who love to compete and want to finish first, it makes it tougher," Marcus tells TVGuide.com. So why did he have so much trouble landing? Why didn't he and Amani switch? And how do they feel about being called "C students"? Find out below.
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Amazing Race's Jeremy and Sandy: We Knew We Couldn't Catch Up

After getting a comfortable lead in The Amazing Race finale, Jeremy Cline and Sandy Draghi promptly lost it when they erroneously went to the furniture store The Dump in Atlanta on a local's suggestion instead of the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, aka The Dump. "We honestly didn't question it," Jeremy tells TVGuide.com "We thought it was right and it wasn't until we got there that we realized we screwed up." Though they managed to correct themselves, the dating couple say they knew they had no chance to pass Ernie and Cindy for the win.
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2011 Amazing Race 19 TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member

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Amazing Race's Ernie and Cindy: We Made No Mistakes in the Final

How close was The Amazing Race 19 finish? Not close at all. Ernie Halvorsen and Cindy Chiang were nearly an hour ahead of Jeremy and Sandy, despite the GPS drama that tried to depict the contrary. "There was a little GPS drama, but we knew that we had some time," Cindy tells TVGuide.com. "But you never want to get lost." The engaged couple intend to use their $1 million check to start a foundation to bring awareness to childhood obesity and education. Find out more about their plans, how else they prepared, and what they don't remember saying.
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Who Won The Amazing Race 19?

[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the winners of The Amazing Race 19.]

After logging nearly 40,000 miles in 10 countries, dating couple Jeremy and Sandy, engaged couple Ernie and Cindy, and husband and wife Marcus and Amani face off for the last time for the $1 million on The Amazing Race 19.

Amazing Race's Andy and Tommy: We trusted our taxi driver too much

The final three travel from Panama Viejo to Atlanta ...
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Amazing Race's Andy and Tommy: We Trusted Our Taxi Driver Too Much

After dominating The Amazing Race this season — winning six legs — Andy Finch and Tommy Czeschin seemed like locks for the final. But taxi luck reared its head again: As they squandered their huge lead, the cab drivers of the other three teams chatted and drove them all to the Pit Stop, ensuring that the former Olympic snowboarders will get the boot — with the dubious honor of having the highest average placement at elimination in all 19 seasons, natch. "It was definitely ironic that our lead ended up hurting us," Tommy tells TVGuide.com. "But it's true reality. Those guys were just in the right place at the right time with the right taxi drivers, and we weren't." See what else they have to say about their surprising elimination, if they got their Mustangs yet, and which team they want to race against.
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Amazing Race's Laurence and Zac: The U-Turn and Getting Lost "Pushed Us Over the Edge"

The Amazing Race's Laurence and Zac Sunderland survived Zac's two left feet at the Roadblock and a U-Turn, and were seemingly on their way to the Pit Stop when they got hopelessly lost for two hours. "They had some weird signs in Copenhagen and we ended up getting lost," Zac, who at 17 was the youngest person to sail solo around the world in 2009, tells TVGuide.com. "We took some wrong turns, got some bad advice and it kind of did us in in the end." Find out why traffic was so bad, why they had no luck with the locals and the scoop on Laurence's old rock band.
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Amazing Race's Justin and Jennifer: It Was a "Huge Mistake" Not Biking Back

The No. 1 rule of The Amazing Race is to always read your clue — except Jennifer Young didn't have it on her. But instead of biking back to the start of the fish-delivering Roadblock, she chose to wait it out in the Malawian village, sealing her and brother Justin's fate. "I thought I had seen other teams in the same village, so I thought that we're all delivering to the same place and I'll wait for somebody. Yeah, no!" she tells TVGuide.com. "I found out later they were delivering to different places and there was another entrance to this village, so my plan did not work. ... After a while, I figured out that they must've already delivered or they went somewhere else to deliver, so I gotta get out of here." Find out how long she stood in the village — and how Justin and his fellow Racers did in the New York City Marathon.
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