It’s been a long time since I last recapped a flash games, so here it is. And fittingly, it relates to a reality show.
Last time on TDRR, they rode camels, Owen drink…ew, and the LARPers are eliminated.
Episode 3: French is an Eiffel Language
Episode 4: Mediterranean Homesick Blues
Allan Wu: Hello, and welcome to the penultimate leg, where the Final 3 is up for grabs. But first, meet your now Intruders…Jin ZhongGuo & Li GuanZhu, cast members of Running Men, and to the finals if they win 1st and only first.
Teams: Hi, Team Running Man.
Teams Running Man: Hi
Allan Wu: Let’s proceed to the first task.
So here we go, and since I would like to save some time, I just recap this 2 episodes for a time.
None Down, Eighteen To Go Part 1
None Down, Eighteen To Go Part 2
Since the new Amazing Race China 2015 episode starts tomorrow, and I’m currently watching this on YouTube (Thank you). I decided to do a recap on this, sure it might be satirical, but I just wanna follow in my spare time.
Well, since the latest Amazing Race China episode has a long way of being broadcast, and I would rather a long of warm up of doing my Apprentice: Martha Stewart,
Of procrastinating and/or being too obsessed with Europa Universalis IV’s videos. So I decided to choose a random show to watch and talk about, which is a more productive than my bored option.
Without further ado, X Girl, a detective mystery that is a 100% detective mystery.
In Amazing Race terms,
Intersection: 2 teams team up with each other to finish a task.
Double-Battle/Face-Off/Versus: Whatever, basically all of them stems down to teams facing off each other to find a victor.
This leg, Amazing Race China decided to do a new experiment.
Combing both of them, FOR THIS ENTIRE LEG.