As does The Amazing Race.
But how 'bout those Simpsons!
We look at nine series that have lasted ten seasons or more (Survivor, Bachelor, Project Runway ... ) and gauge how much longer they've got.
'Project Runway' season nine premieres tonight. Can it follow in the footsteps of 'Survivor' and keep going?
Dancing the samba, Brazilian waxes, and a tricycle race determined this season's winner.
Somehow we're already at the penultimate episode!
What would Freud have had to say about Kent and Vyxsin?
Someone jumped in the Ganges river last night, while other teams played with poop. Seriously.
You probably didn't notice, but last night's episode had a lot of references to tea.
Phil Keoghan's eyebrow will remain arched a bit longer.
Did you go into this episode with PMA? We hope so.
A lot of mud-slinging went down in Japan.
It's time for a roo'd awakening!
One team's finagling their way to first class on the final flight seals their victory.
Brent begs Caite to let him urinate during a Detour, but she has no sympathy for his shaking hands.
The world's formerly smallest man makes a non sequitur of an appearance, while Michael's inability to solve a puzzle brings back memories of the Globetrotters unscrambling "Kafka."
When one team U-Turns another, the victims bitterly trash-talk all the way across the land.
The teams take a sweaty dash through Malaysia, as the cowboys fight elimination. But is it much of a fight?
In the Seychelles, teams are foiled by a single dropped coconut. Plus, the awkward product placement of the week!
In the Champagne Thunderdome, two clueless teams enter, and one clueless team leaves.
The biggest casualty from a WWI battlefield comes with a U-Turn.
The teams easily vanquish the Hamburg sauerkraut and beer challenges, though they likely finish with the worst breath ever.
The 'Race' recap has been postponed for 24 hours on account of celebrity self-congratulation.
The cowboys easily handle the ranchlike tasks, while everyone else is confounded by even a fake horse.
Jed and Cord emerge as heroes, while Jeff and Jordan show the advantages of knowing you're not that bright.