Race to the Altar
Race to the Altar Finale: One Perfect Wedding, by Betsy Wasser: The final episode finds the remaining three couples being narrowed down to two, then the ultimate winners, who have a gorgeous and touching on-air ceremony, albeit with some drama from the eliminated couples. Betsy has all the details plus a look at what worked and what didn't.
Race to the Altar, Episode 6: Delayed Gratification, by Betsy Wasser: The rules have changed. It’s a four-part race to determine who stays and who goes. From Vegas churches to Lake Mead, the four couples are run ragged. But who is this “Lib Race” guy and what does he have to do with anything?
Race to the Altar, Episode 5: Twisted Twist Ending, by Betsy Wasser: We have a surprise ending this week! But before we get there, we get treated to a lot of arguing about things that never even happened. And, of course, we get the physical challenge and the mental challenge – and a bit too much information on “the famous Ethan pre-whoopee-making naked dance.”
Race to the Altar, Episode 4: Ring Tossed, by Betsy Wasser: The five couples compete once again in two challenges. Who will catch the most rings as their fiancé goes bungeeing by? Can Susan and Coyt keep up their winning streak, or will they finally get tossed like the rings?
Race to the Altar, Episode 3: To Have and to Hold a Grudge, by Betsy Wasser: In this roller coaster of an episode, Coyt and the ever-pleasant Susan continue their incredible winning streak, Chris and Cindy debate fighting etiquette, and Robert and Grace have a meltdown over, of all things, a roller coaster. Betsy gives us all the details.
Race to the Altar, Episode 2: Broken Commitments, by Betsy Wasser: If you thought backstabbing was just for Survivor and Big Brother, then you haven’t been watching Race to the Altar. In only the second episode, the long sharp knives are out and aimed at various backs. Susan and Coyt may look innocent, but…
Race to the Altar, Episode 1: Fear of Commitment, by Betsy Wasser: It’s the first episode of Race to the Altar, and already there is yelling and crying! Plus, alliances form and are cause for all sorts of assumptions. Who is the first couple to be uninvited to the wedding? And what can we expect from Coyt and Susan?
Race to the Altar – A Preview, by Betsy Wasser: NBC’s newest addition to its reality lineup, Race to the Altar, begins Wednesday. Betsy takes us through the premise and gives us a brief look at the competitors, who are trying to win an all-expenses paid wedding.
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