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Vegetarian Terence quickly realized he was in over his head when he saw the Fast Forward involved eating meat, but by the time they gave up and returned to the Roadblock it was too late, they were too far behind to catch Andrew & Dan, even with the boys' navigation problems and being forced to go back and run the route to the Pit Stop after taking an illegal cab, and they were eliminated in 5th.
Friends and Divorcees, though they actually had somewhat strong racing abilities, this was negated by their frequent failure to notice the most obvious things.
In fact, their inability to Read The Freaking Clue was only slightly more infamous than their sour attitudes, which caused them to get on the nerves of the other teams.
Ultimately, their inability to notice the details cost them, as they struggled to complete the Bleary Eyed Detour in India, writing down random numbers instead of the ones on tags hanging from the power lines.
They broke the record for leg wins in a single season (set by Colin & Christie and unofficially tied by Eric & Jeremy), were the first team to win four straight legs (albeit by using a Fast Forward for one of the leg wins), and were the first family team to win the Race, as well as the youngest (not counting the Family Edition, which most people don't).
While they were not more physical than their competition, nor more intelligent, they made up for it by being extremely efficient in everything they did.
They were always the first out of the airport, and got through everything as quickly as possible without stopping to talk things out or argue.
The good news was the football lead in actually helped ratings, and the Race thrived, even against Sunday Night Football, becoming one of the night's top rated shows.
For its first season in its new permanent spot, the Race submitted an underwhelming effort, with a cast that was not as charismatic as hoped, and a predictable, boring end result.They constantly raced near the top of the pack despite Terence's constant need for attention, and Sarah taking the smallest things personally.