Monday, 3 April 2006

Amazing Race fans, reset your clocks.

No, this isn’t about daylight savings time. We’re talking about your VCR’s, Tivo’s, and other video recorders: The Amazing Race 9 has had a mid-season schedule change.

Starting this week, broadcasts of The Amazing Race 9 on CBS-TV in the USA will move to a new day of the week and time: Wednesday nights from 8-9 p.m. ET/PT, 7-8 p.m. MT/CT .

Check local listings for details.

Link | Posted by Edward on Monday, 3 April 2006, 08:17 ( 8:17 AM)

I always hate when the tv channels change the times. But, in this case, I don't mind. I don't have to stay up so late, or have to record it.

What I like doing while watching the show, is looking at Travelocity to see what their flights are like, ie how long and how many connections.

I was in Europe last year, and at some points on my trip it felt like I was on The Amazing Race. I had to write out what tickets I needed for the bus in Poland to give to the ticket sellers who don't speak English. I've given Taxi Cabs a business card of where to drop me off or the address in my address book. I've done my fair share of running with a pack to catch a train, or bus..etc.

The most challenging moment was when I got off at a commuter train station in Finland, and couldn't find a taxi anywhere! And there was no public phone. Luckily, some lady saw me and my pack with my Canadian Flag on it (I'm from Canada) and she helped me find a taxi. Or in Poland, when I had 30 mins connection between trains to get tickets (with a long lineup) and then rushing to find the correct train, again, with the language barrier.

Posted by: Carolyn, 7 April 2006, 18:59 ( 6:59 PM)

HI, we had tornado warnings and storms i missed the code word for tonight, will anyone be kind enough to give it to me? Tonight was april 19, i caught the last thrity something mins, but the code must have been on before then. HELP....I really wanted a chance to try and win that prize!!

Posted by: kathy, 19 April 2006, 22:00 (10:00 PM)
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