If it includes Wrigley Field, people are going to watch it, so, 'The Amazing Race,' included Wrigley in their finale.

In case, like me, you missed the season finale of 'The Amazing Race,' last week, let me recap what happened.
The producers found a way to jump on the Chicago Cubs bandwagon.

Don't get me wrong, I am a legit life-long Cubs fan, but can't some things be left alone?  Leave our Ivy to baseball, reality TV.

The Season 29 finale of 'The Amazing Race,' which I'm pretty certain started when I was in junior high in 2001, so I'm sure how it's one it's 29th season... ended with a trip to Wrigley Field.

The final three teams had to use the scoreboard, one of them blindfolded, to win the competition.

Entertainment Weekly explains what they had to do and I'm not sure I can summarize...

All of the countries the teams have visited are listed on the board. One team member must sit across the field, look through binoculars, and instruct the other team member through a one-way radio on where to put a number which corresponds with how they placed in that particular leg of the race."

You can check out the entire episode here.

Now, back to baseball, please.

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