The Amazing Race 2 - Episode Title Quotes

Episode Title Quotes

Starting with this season, episode titles are taken from quotes made by the racers in each episode. Quotes are sometimes altered slightly for humorous effect.

  1. "The World Is Waiting: Go!" – Phil Keoghan
  2. "Help Me, I'm American!" – Blake
  3. "My Alarm Clock Didn't Go Off!" – Claire
  4. "This Game Is About Minutes" – Shola
  5. "Welcome To The World Of Being Human" – Mary
  6. "I'm Gonna Take His Girl" – Alex
  7. "I'm Gonna Throw Up On Phil's Shoes" – Oswald
  8. "I'm Not a Miner! No, You're An Idiot!" – Wil/Tara
  9. "Ready To Lose Our Lives" – Oswald
  10. "It's Hammer Time" – Chris
  11. "Follow That Plane!" – Wil

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