One couple from The Amazing Race 30 became $1 million richer when the competition ended in October, and tonight, Feb. 21, we'll finally find out which lucky pair went home with the jackpot. Beware: Potential spoilers ahead!
According to GoldDerby, it seems like Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson, aka Team Big Brother, won the whole shebang — but only because professional skiers Kristi Leskinen and Jen Hudak, aka Team Extreme, had to wait out a penalty at the mat after failing to pay a taxi driver. (Rookie mistake!)
The site also details the rest of tonight's two-part episode. Alex Rossi and Conor Daly — aka Team Indy Car — were the first to arrive at the roadblock in Hong Kong but couldn't manage to complete the challenge speedily. They were even surpassed by Henry Zhang and Evan Lynyak — aka Team Yale — who had to complete a Speed Bump in this leg after reaching the previous Pit Stop last. So Alex and Rossi got the boot, and the other three teams advanced to the final leg in San Francisco.
In San Fran, those three teams faced a variety of challenges: They had to answer a baseball trivial question, kayak out into San Francisco Bay to pluck baseballs out of the water, figure out the wedding spot of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, and jump off the side of the USS Hornet aircraft carrier.
Of course, you should take all this intel with a heaping serving of salt. Spoilers for reality competition shows are notoriously hit-or-miss, so there's a chance Team Extreme, Team Yale, or even Team IndyCar could walk away from Amazing Race 30 victorious.
For his part, host Phil Keoghan put his money on Kristi and Jen from day one. "They're strong women," he told TV Guide. "I can tell they have no problem going toe-to-toe with anyone. They're a little older, so they've got a little more experience at competing. And that experience may play really well for them going into this because a lot of competing is about the experience of competing, knowing how to deal with stress. And just as competitors with more hours competing than anybody else, that's going to give them a good shot at winning this thing."
Time will tell — only mere hours, at this point! The two-hour Amazing Race 30 finale airs tonight, Feb. 21, at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.