Viewers might remember Cody Nickson and Jessica Graf who were contestants on the last season of "Big Brother." For those who have missed seeing them, they can be seen each week on CBS' "The Amazing Race." They have teamed up to travel the world and compete with other teams on the popular, long-running reality show that is in Season 30, which premiered on January 3, 2018. The filming took place from October 1 through October 24, 2017. Therefore, viewers won't get to see Cody and Jessica in real-time like when they were contestants and in a relationship on the summer reality show.

The other contestants on "The Amazing Race" have been told to keep their eyes on Cody and Jessica because they are doing so well. During last week's episode, they ended up in second place. The ex-Marine and his girlfriend are determined to go far in this competition since neither one of them won when they competed on the other reality series.

Jessica was glad to compete on another reality show with Cody because it gave her the opportunity to spend time with him.

She told E! News that she was excited to see the world with her boyfriend. Cody had fewer words to say. He merely said his only goal was to win. Viewers will have to wait to see if his team really did win.

The features

The features for "The Amazing Race 30" are quite different from those of "Big Brother 19." On this current reality show, Cody and Jessica are working together.

Therefore, if one wins, they both win. They are not competing against each other. Instead, the duo are working as a team to beat ten other teams. All teams compete in a race around the world for a $1 million dollar grand prize. The grand prize on "Big Brother" was $500,000. If Cody and Jessica win and split the prize, it would be a comeback for them for not winning the "BB" prize.

Other couples have competed on "The Amazing Race" after leaving "Big Brother." Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd placed seventh, while Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly made it to the top 3 when they competed. Jessica and Cody are determined to do better than either one of those two couples.

Their concern

Cody and Jessica had few allies when they lived in the "Big Brother" house during the summer. They were hoping not to be in another situation where contestants were against them. So far, that doesn't seem to be the case. Everyone appears to be focused on their own game without any unnecessary drama.

Tune in on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. on CBS to see how Cody and Jessica do. You just might find yourself rooting for them to win.