The Amazing Race
Starring BB11 Jeff & Jordan
Premiere Viewing Party
Hello, my BB Loving Valentines! I've missed you! I'm pretty bah humbug about this particular holiday, but I'm jazzed as all get out about spending it with you watching Amazing Race!
If you're on the west coast and you'd like to watch along with us, click the pic of Jeff & Jordan. :) Presto Magico, East Coast Feed!
In honor of BB11 Jeff & Jordan's participation in this season of The Amazing Race, it just seems fitting to throw a viewing party for TAR Premiere night!
For those of you with RealPlayer, immediately following the premiere at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific, spark up your feeds and head over to Live at the Studio for a Live Interview with Jeff & Jordan!
To Jeff & Jordan, still going strong, I understand, I wish you both the very best in life!
I hope you made it well into the season and got the chance to experience some incredible sights together. Win or lose, it had to be terrific to participate in something so completely opposite of Big Brother together... I imagine it was quite a trip jumping from a goal of remaining boxed-in a soundstage to jet-setting maniacally around the whole wide world.
To everyone else, I hope you're all having a wonderful winter, and keeping as warm n' toasty as possible! As TAR premieres tonight, it's even cold here in Florida! Well, cold for us anyway...
I've spent the past month volunteering for relief efforts in Haiti. Being in South Florida, we're especially tied to the Haitian community. They're a wonderful people, this is an enormous task, and I'm honored to be able to help out in my small way. I hope you are too.
In addition to the many charitable organizations that are having fund drives, I'm especially impressed by the scores of individuals on eBay that have gone to the trouble of setting up auctions where the proceeds go straight to Haitian relief. This link will take you straight to those auctions.
As far as committed individuals go, I've also been very impressed with a young pastor by the name of Shaun King. He's single-handedly begun a crusade to get 200,000 tents to Haiti before rainy season begins in 2 weeks. Here's the link to his site: aHomeInHaiti.org
Anyhow... please allow me a moment to get off my soap box... ;)
I'm also very psyched for the show tonight, and as a former Angeleno, the 1st challenge sounds painfully difficult:
This may be laughable for some, but having lived in L.A., I can tell you, most people aren't even aware we have public transportation! I sure wasn't. Good luck getting help from any locals on the street!
Honestly, if it were me, I'd rather have heard Phil say, "You all have to walk to LAX." The task would have seemed less daunting.
That's all I've got to say for now. I hope you'll come join us in the comment section at 8pm eastern, as the show begins! :)