This season, however, the personalities are getting a little too big. The biggest belongs to "entrepreneur" Jonathan. No matter how many times this man screams at his weepy wife, Victoria, each new tantrum makes my draw drop just a little bit further. At one point, while arguing in the back of a taxi, Jonathan even raised his hand as if to smack Victoria into submission. Her immediate flinch suggests that this wasn't the first time the threat of physical violence had been made. Things have gotten so bad that host Phil Keoghan even gave Jonathan a mild scolding at the end of last week's episode (which for the usually emotionless Keoghan was extremely
Well, it turns out that Victoria was already quasi-famous before competing on "Race." You see, she's a former Playboy Playmate. Her full name is Victoria Fuller, and she was the Playmate of the Month for January 1996. The last 9 years seem to have been a mixed bag for her. On one hand, she's incredibly rich. On the other, she's married to Jonathan. Plus, at the age of 34, she's already earned the nickname "Botox" from her "Race" opponents.
If you've been watching "Race" this season, you owe it to yourself to visit Jonathan and Victoria's official website. In a recent post, Jonathan blames his villainous behavior on, get this, medication. He says he's sorry for his actions, but then shifts the blame back to the producers by writing, "I am deeply saddened by the storyline that CBS went with."
If you're dying for even more Jonathan and Victoria hilarity, head on over to VictoriaFuller.com. In a Flash-based video that appears in the bottom right corner of the site's home page, a mini-Victoria encourages visitors to join her fan club. What are the benefits of membership? Well, for one thing you can enter a contest to meet and hang out with her. She doesn't tell us whether or not Jonathan (and his medication) will be there.