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While not the most likable team (the only thing that probably kept them from getting the standard villain cut was that they won), they easily earned the win, and were the first in a line of dominant teams who would win the Race. Ken had cheated on Tina, and they were trying to reconcile their relationship while running the Race.
They started off strong, winning the 2nd through 4th legs, and appeared to be getting along great.
I told [host] Phil [Keoghan], 'If you tell us, I'm probably gonna ralph on your shoes. Starr, 22, works at a medical research center for children with autism but would still "love to be in the entertainment industry." And Nick, 23, will return to Off-Broadway, playing Matt in "The Fantasticks," where he's racked up over 800 shows.
Coincidentally, his character also travels the world, visiting exotic places, like India.
Dallas spent much of the season flirting with Starr, a relationship that was complicated by him and his mother being Nick & Starr's biggest threat near the end of the season.
However, in the process of completing the Stalin/Lenin statue counting Roadblock in Moscow, Dallas left their fanny pack, containing all their money and passports, on the floor of his cab, and with no money they were not able to make it to the Pit Stop to complete the leg, as Phil came out onto the course to eliminate them in 4th place.
That efficiency would help them in the finale, as while Tina spent more of her attention on nagging Ken than running the Race, allowed Nick & Starr to eke out the victory.
Nick, a New York actor and NYU grad, and Starr, a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, finished at the front of the pack seven times, but one early stratagem during the first leg bit them in the rear.
"I didn't want any of the teams to know I'm an actor," Nick Spangler told the Daily News.
Though an overall weak season (being the only one of Seasons 12-17 to not have a representative for Unfinished Business), and having the disadvantage of being sandwiched between two much more popular seasons, it does have some positives, such as the high amounts of comedy that came from watching Dan & Andrew shock everyone by bumbling their way into the Final 3, and episode 9, the leg where Dan tried his hand at marching, is one of the best individual episodes in the series.
A Dallas Cowboy cheerleader and her actor brother, they were the first dominant team to win the Race.