Oklahoma cowboys second after latest episode of “Amazing Race.”
After winning last week’s leg, Oklahoma cowboys Jet and Cord McCoy finished in second place in the episode of “The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business” that aired Sunday night.
CBS is airing “The Academy of Country Music Awards” next Sunday so there won’t be an episode. The series returns April 10.
Early in the episode, Jet, 31, of Tupelo, discussed the sacrifices his family was making during the competition that was taped late last year.
“My family is making as big a sacrifice as I am to be here,” he said. “My wife is staying home and taking care of the 2-year-old girl and the ranch. Same as Court. So it’s an added incentive we don’t want to go away empty-handed.”
From a tea tasting ceremony, the teams all caught the same 900-mile flight to Kolkata, India, where a bunch of cab drivers raced them to town hall for their next clue. In a humorous segment, the McCoys’ cab is shown racing past several other competitors’ cabs. “The guy has got some nerve,” Cord said.
Town hall didn’t open until 10 a.m. so the teams all camped on the street waiting for instructions to their next destination, a hall for another tea tasting. This time one team member had to find, from a table that holds hundreds of tea cups, the one that matches the tea they tasted back in China. When that happened, the teams got a battle of Snapple with the next clue on the inside of the bottle cap.
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