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- In "Little Bull on the Prairie", Crimson mentions that she spent several summers at her grandmother's ranch as a child. After beating the mechanical bull, she mentions that riding a mechanical bull is much easier than riding an actual bull, but doesn't want to go into any greater detail when Ennui and Loki (their pet rabbit) give her questioning looks. Perhaps it was a near-death incident with a bull that caused her to turn goth?
- It's also entirely possible that this grandmother of Crimson's was very close to her but has since passed away, and Crimson ended up going goth after her grandmother's death—going goth or emo is actually a pretty common coping method for people when they're dealing with the tragic death of a loved one or something.
- In I Love Ridonc And Roll Crimson and Ennui get new goth outfits but they'renever seen again during the race. This makes sense as they are clearly not made for the physical nature of the race.
- Kitty slapped Devin a bunch of times after finding out that he loves Carrie and failed trying to tell her. One of Kitty's Hidden Depths was to being able to detect someone having a crush on someone else and she didn't notice Devin realizing his feelings for Carrie.
- In How Deep Is Your Love and Darjeel With It Don showed distaste for the Ice Dancers, and even wished they would get eliminated out loud. In Last Tango In Buenos Aires, he acts extremely happy and enthusiastic about them coming in first. Why? Maybe because the network producers reminded him that he needed to be impartial and he was overcompensating to make up for the last two episodes.
- After the Ice Dancers finally got eliminated in "A Million Ways to Lose a Million Dollars," Josee smiled for a few seconds then nearly destroyed Central Park the next. Josee was glad for not getting silver this time, only to realize that she and Jaques got bronze, which is worse than silver.
- The Daters' relationship completely broke down thanks to the stress of the competition. While they're on their way to making up, Stephanie hints that she wants to have a baby. Starting a family is one of the biggest stressors couples can go through. If they go home and she gets her way (which is likely considering Ryan can be a bit of a pushover) its pretty likely the stress of a new baby would wreck their relationship once more. Except then there'd be an innocent baby mixed up in it. Not good.
- In Hello and Dubai, Noah saves Emma from falling to her death, but what would have happened if he hadn't been there.....
- In Down and Outback, just what was the farmer going to do with all those rabbits? Things are not looking good for that family that Stephanie and Ryan caught, nor would things have turned out well for Loki if Ennui didn't have a change of heart.