But at least we've gotten through all the obnoxious people, right? Nope, here's a team made up of a guy named Joey "Fitness" and his buddy Dan from New York. Am I seriously going to have to type Joey "Fitness" all season? Not without a fight, I'm not. Now, I try not to judge people by looking at them, but then they proudly boast that they live "the Guido lifestyle," and what am I supposed to do? They show off their perfectly spiky faux-hawks, muscles, and tattoos, and tell us that the other teams will misjudge them as well. I don't see how. They seem like a pretty what-you-see-is-what-you-get-team, which after all is fairly common with people who spend that high a percentage of their energy on their looks.
>Nary and Jamie are "federal agents" from Los Angeles, and I can tell you right now Nary's name is going to be showing up in a lot of my homepage headlines over the course of the season. I'm just not going to be able to help it. We see them doing a Hogan's Alley exercise with assault rifles as they interview that they have to prove themselves more, not being "a standard male" in their field. As for the race, "This is going to be cake to us," says Nary. "I like cake," says Jamie. Okay then.