Oklahoma cowboys slip to sixth place in “Amazing Race: Unfinished Business”
Oklahoma’s cowboy team of Jet and Cord McCoy finished in sixth place after the third episode of “The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business,” which aired Sunday night. Some poor navigating in Tokyo cost the cowboys some valuable time.
Leaving Sydney, the 10 teams took two different flights to Tokyo. One was a direct one and the other was a connecting flight that was supposed to land 15 minutes earlier. The connecting flight, delayed by mechanical problems, actually came in 65 minutes later. Fortunately for the McCoys, they were on the direct flight.
After getting a clue and a car at a parking garage, the teams took off for a shrine at a nearby town. That’s where the McCoys got off track, with Jet driving and Cord navigating from the back seat, and wasted a lot of time trying to find the next destination . Jet said, “We’ve been driving around and all the signs are in Japanese, causing a problem. We’re just going to continue making our way south.”
They arrived in ninth place at the shrine, where they underwent rigorous training as a Samuri warrior, including shooting a bow and arrow off of a wooden horse. That task proved easy for the McCoys.
Said Cord, “I’m from Oklahoma. I shoot bow and arrow. I feel right at home.”
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