The Amazing Race (2001) s25e03 Episode Script

Get Your Sheep Together

Previously on "The Amazing Race".
Ten teams raced to London, England.
At the Detour, dating Wrestlers Brooke and Robbie were out of sync.
You completely chose to ignore my worldly, Yoda-like advice.
I'm so over this.
- While firefighter Scott flipped out.
- You dropped, let's go back.
In Oxford, England, Whitney took a tumble.
Sorry, Whitney.
While soul surfers Adam and Bethany took a gamble to win the Express Pass.
- Thank you very much.
- We got the Express Pass.
And kept their lead to win the leg.
You're team number one.
An emotional race to the Pit Stop, - I don't wanna go home.
- We are not going home.
I'm pretty sure we're last.
I don't like this feeling.
I don't wanna go home.
ended in heartbreak for Dennis and Isabelle.
You're the last team to arrive and you've been eliminated from the race.
It's hard to hear it.
I don't want to hear it.
Nine teams remain.
Who will be eliminated next? Oxford, England, is known as the city of dreaming spires, based on the architecture of the world famous universities.
And just outside the city, Blenheim Palace.
From this 18th century masterpiece, nine teams will start their next leg of "The Amazing Race".
Adam and Bethany won the last leg of the race.
They have very nice hats.
- Yes, they do.
- Absolutely splendid.
And will depart first at 12:00am.
Travel to the Shetland Islands.
Teams will now travel by land and sea to the Shetland Islands.
Famous for the Shetland pony, sheep and peat.
First they must take a train to Aberdeen, Scotland, where they'll pick up a Ford Focus.
Then they'll drive aboard a ferry and travel through the north sea to the Shetland Islands.
Once they arrive, they must drive themselves to the Royal National Lifeboat Institute, and find a puffin, a favorite local mascot, who will hand them their next clue.
We're going to the Shetland Islands to play with puffins.
Dude, I've always wanted to see a puffin.
We won the Express Pass.
The Express Pass is a huge advantage.
We're heading to the train station.
How far away is that? Just down there, man.
Travel by land and by sea to the Shetland Islands.
- Let's go.
- Alright.
Leaving in second place frustrates me, but the most successful people in life fail forward.
That's what we're going to do.
We're not going home today, no matter what happens.
Are you heading to the train station? - It's walking distance.
- Oh, really? - You want to stick together? - Yeah, okay.
We'll just hang with you guys then.
Alright, let's go.
We need to get to the train station.
Yeah, cause we don't know what time that train leaves.
Oxford Station.
When's the first train to Aberdeen? 6:36.
We're leaving the beautiful town of Oxford.
Are you alright? You okay, buddy? I just took a Dixie.
I took a huge Dixie.
My ankle feels alright.
I thought I broke it.
But, it's ok.
- Okay? - Yeah.
Railroad to the left.
Going to Scotland.
With the ducks.
The other teams are square.
They're just boring.
Hello, guys.
We have six hours to kill.
Really, you're going to just camp outside the Train Station? You're in England.
Walking through Oxford in the middle of the night.
So we're like, alright, we're going to go find a pub.
We have nothing else to do, while waiting for a 6:00 am train.
That's what this is all about.
Seeing the world.
This song is cheesy as hell.
I was like, we win.
We win this leg of the race.
- Nine teams.
- Nine teams total.
Going to the exact same place.
At the exact same time.
We're going to Aberdeen and we're gonna get on a ferry and go over to the Shetland Islands.
Eight-hour total train ride.
It was a good time to take in the nice countryside.
One of the main reasons we want to do the race is to get out of the lab, appreciate the rest of the world and see what else is there.
It was absolutely gorgeous.
Got it, babe.
Go, go, go.
All the way, all the way.
Here we go.
Twisted my ankle, something stupid.
Scott stressed on the injured reserve.
It's not an injury.
It's merely a flesh wound.
Let's find our Ford.
Oh, yeah, here we are.
Let's go.
Easy out of here, buddy.
It's left-handed.
I've never driven on this side of the car before.
Yeah, well I'm probably going to hit a lot of curbs.
Looks like a Ford Focus down here.
- We've got our car.
- Looks like a ferry terminal to me.
This is it, right here.
I've got a little bit of an injury to the ankle.
It's getting a little bit worse right now.
- What's up, guys? How you doing? - Oh, my goodness.
- Look at my ankle.
- Oh, my God.
- Oh, my goodness.
- It's bad.
His ankle is huge.
And not the right color.
There you go.
I'm gonna try to elevate it and take care of it and get myself raised right.
We want to keep going and move on.
We're not done with the fight.
A beautiful island.
Getting ready.
Got the ice and elevate my ankle the best I could, but still looks like a football.
I consider Mike like a brother to me.
I trust Mike with my life.
Several times in the past I've had to trust him with my life.
Well, I'm kind of incapacitated a little bit here, we work on team and not ego.
So if there's something that Mike has to step up to do, he'll do it.
We're ready to make this formula happen.
- Let's get going.
- Let's go.
Okay, let's go.
Go, go, go, go.
Come on, dude.
We have to go to the Royal National Lifeboat Institute and search for a puffin.
It's so beautiful out here.
Oh, God, this is awesome.
It's like majestic.
One of the main reasons why we're here is just so that we can travel together.
I'm a Flight Attendant so I do travel a lot.
But I don't get the opportunity to travel the world with Te Jay.
Beautiful place.
Somewhere you never get to see.
- Exactly.
- What an amazing place.
The world is small.
Go out and see it.
We're coming into the town now.
This is on the left.
- Right here.
- I would think so.
Let's go.
- Is this it? - Yeah.
- Royal National Lifeboat? - There.
Thank you.
Let's go, guys.
Here it is.
Here's the puffin.
- Hi, puffin.
- Hi, how are you? Yeah, thank you.
Drive yourselves to Scalloway and search for your next clue at the castle.
Back to the car.
- Let's go.
- Have you guys found it? Go that way.
- Scalloway.
- Let's go.
Come on, baby.
There's the puffin.
Hi.
So cute.
Hi, sir.
Do you know where Scalloway is? - You are here.
- Okay.
- Scalloway is here.
- Got it.
Oh, my God.
Come on, island lady.
Sunday morning driving.
I don't think it's Sunday.
Sometimes people on an island, they have island time.
And they're never in a hurry because time moves slow on an island.
And time's moving slow behind these people.
Exactly.
We got the blue car from hell.
This is our three-year anniversary leg out here.
- Three years, baby.
- Three years ago we were in Samoa on the beach falling in love on the game of "Survivor".
Scalloway Castle.
Here we go.
- Let's go, honey.
- Ok.
Is it in here? Oh, God.
- Sorry, skeleton.
- Let's go.
So there's got to be a clue.
Nothing? - No.
- Ok.
- Go down? - Yeah.
- Oh, man.
- Oh, God.
- You look freaking scary, dude.
- Right here.
I don't want to mess with him.
Let's get out of here.
- Ok.
- Let's go.
Detour: Pony Up or Light my Fire.
This Detour gives teams the opportunity to cut and deliver peat or properly build a Viking torch, used in this country's biggest Viking Fire Festival.
There are almost no trees on the Shetland Islands.
So locals use an organic fuel called peat to feed their fires.
"Pony Up" requires teams to cut 50 blocks of peat from this peat bank, using a special spade called a tusker.
Then working with a Shetland pony, they must deliver two loads of dried peat to this little house, where a farmer will hand them their next clue.
Vikings first inhabited the Shetland Islands more than 1,200 years ago.
"Light My Fire" requires teams to properly build a Viking torch.
When the team's torch is ready to be lit, the guizer jarl will give them their next clue.
- Where's the DITT store? - Lerwick.
- Lerwick? - Okay.
- That's beautiful.
- There's the castle right there.
- You see it? - With the no roof? - How are you feeling? - I'm not running any foot race.
That's a problem.
- Hello! - Do you have a clue for us, sir? - We have a clue.
- Ok.
This way.
Who's this guy? Hi.
Here it is.
There's blood on this one.
I'll take it.
- Where do we go? - That way, go! Oh, my God.
What is this? That's so scary.
Detour.
"Pony Up" or "Light My Fire".
- "Pony Up".
- Let's do "Pony Up".
Okay.
No, that was it.
Because this is going backwards.
Oh, no.
Te Jay, Te Jay, come on.
Oh, my Gosh.
You just got us horrible lost.
Excuse me, sir.
We're quite lost.
Can you help me get to Scalloway Castle? Oh right.
Well, you're on the wrong site of Shetland, for starters.
We're going to be last.
You follow that road and you come around past the quarry, - there's a quarry on your right.
- What's a quarry? - It's like where they take stone out.
- On the right.
And you keep going.
- Tim, hurry up.
- The Castle's big.
- Massive.
- Thank you.
This is the right way.
This is where we're going to make up ground.
Peats of Scalloway.
This is it.
And we're first.
Let's go.
- Watch the peat demonstration? - Yep.
That's it? Pretty simple.
From us watching the race in seasons past, I feel like the physical challenges if you can do then efficiently tend to be the quicker challenges.
When you have cut and laid out 50 peats, choose an available pony.
The one Shetland that I've met, he was sassy.
Not a very nice pony.
They're going to have to mess with a Shetland pony.
Shetland ponies might be like donkeys, where they won't do what you want them to do.
Here's Lerwick.
- DITT! - Are you serious? - Yes.
- We need a torch building kit.
Six stations.
We're the first ones here.
- Ok, honey.
- Ok.
- Are you a local? - Yeah.
We're looking for the Up Helly Aa Galley Shed.
Go up and it's the second street on your left.
- Ok.
Thank you so much.
- Let's go.
- We're good at putting fires out.
- I don't know about starting them.
We'll see what happens with this.
If this works out.
Look, look.
Go a little further.
There's Nashville.
Keep going.
DITT's on our right.
It's got to be right in here somewhere.
- Right here.
- Beautiful.
- There it is.
- Oh, my God! Yes! Entrance.
Hello? - Go.
- Look! It's right here.
We're the last team.
Oh, my God.
This actually doesn't look too bad.
Let's go.
- Cool, let's do this.
- Yeah.
I hope this challenge is doable.
Damn it.
How should I help you? I just help you place it? Bethany has a gift of being able to see something that normally I'd think would be really hard with one arm, but she makes it happen.
We're doing good.
So we have 27.
28.
This one's just as easy as the first.
Early in High School, I got involved with Martial Arts and weight lifting.
And when I was in College, I started competing in Bodybuilding.
So, pushing my body through pain and discomfort, it's just second-nature to me.
Going into overdrive.
Shoot, this is hard.
I can't even get through it.
I'm trying.
My arms are shot right now.
See if you can push it.
Holy cow.
This is the hardest thing we've done in the race so far.
I can't do it.
Keep going that way.
Maybe lean it back just a little bit.
- Oh, my God! - She's a beauty, eh? Once you figured out how to use the tool properly, it really wasn't about strength.
It gets a lot easier once you figure out how you're supposed to cut them.
- The angle you need to use.
- Simple physics.
Just stay focused and we got this.
Accidentally we found the torch building stuff, so it looks like we'll be building a torch.
We did not want to pick this one.
Oh, man, this is going to be hard.
We really wanted to do the other challenge but we got lost and somehow fell onto this one.
Robbie and Brooke and fire don't mix well.
We're ready for our demonstration.
We were the first ones there.
And then everybody came in.
One after another.
Five teams.
Yes! We had to walk through step by step and the guy kept demonstrating it for us and it was really fast.
It was three very tough steps.
Each step you had to make it through before you could start the next one.
You had to get it approved.
Move, please.
Put that down and help me.
First step is you have to roll around a wooden pole very tight.
Who do we get judged by? Do we get judged by you? No.
Very high standards for the Viking torch.
- They basically had to be perfect.
- Yes.
- Last one.
- There you go.
There's 50.
- Pick them all.
- Thank you.
- Which pony do you like? - The first one.
We had to saddle up two net bags of peat, drive it up the hill to the farm house and do it one more time.
Good, baby.
He likes to run.
Good boy.
You know where you're going.
Look where we carry them, way up there.
God, this is hard to walk through.
It was hard getting up that hill with that pony.
By far more physically challenging than actually cutting the 50 slabs of peat.
That was hard.
A lot of rough terrain and holes to fall in.
- Let's go.
- One more time.
Good news is, nobody's even coming yet.
This is horrible.
I'm so over this.
Got to get the nail into the wood.
That's a lot more difficult than it seems.
The whole thing was just a stressful situation, - which we handled with quick words.
- Heated emotion.
Yeah.
- You have to have it at the edge.
- No.
That's not true at all.
We are fireman Vikings.
We put fires out.
We'll show you how to do that.
- It's much easier.
- Water.
You got it.
- That's good.
- That's good.
Thank you, sir.
Viking sir? Yes, that's good.
Sir? - Yes, that's good.
- Yes.
- It's good.
- That's unbelievable.
The Viking Warriors are ready to present the initial stages.
- It's good.
- Thank you.
I don't even know what to do.
We knew this was going to be really hard.
We're missing on little details and we can't watch and learn as fast as he's doing it to come over here to mimic it.
I barely know how to use a lighter, let alone make a torch.
- That needs more work.
- We can't get it.
We're the furthest behind.
Starting all over.
This is awesome.
I'm going to cry.
And this is 50.
We have to go do the pony now.
Rocking this out.
We're the second finished.
- How are we looking? - We need one more.
Awesome.
- Oh, my God.
- I hate hills.
- Let's go, sweet thing.
- Come on, boy.
Our pony was great the first time up.
He ran for us.
It was like he knew he was in a race.
- Come on.
- He's pissed.
The second time, he was done.
Come on.
Please, Jesus.
Don't wrestle him.
Or we're going to get kicked.
Get out of the way.
We got a beast over here.
I told you these things were sassy.
So the next step was 1,000 times harder.
The first one, that was the easy one and that took a while.
You have to roll another burlap sack kind of over it.
We need to make sure it's tight in there.
If you're going to do it, you do it or else you have to let me do it.
I'm going to help you do it right.
It's a team effort.
It's not just yours, it's mine too.
Ok, sure, I get 10 of them.
Good job, yeah.
Take out how much you can't stand me right now on that nail.
Nice.
We're ready to be approved.
Good.
You can go to the next stage.
The cyclists are fast.
Pull that out.
Or hammer it in.
Yeah, move on to the next stage.
Yes! Thank you.
It's like wrapping a present.
An ugly one.
The wrapping part was just like so easy for me to understand.
Cause at home, I wrap presents.
It's like my favorite thing to do.
I like to make sure they're beautiful and the ribbon's right.
For that part I knew exactly what to do.
Mr.
Viking.
Go check the one over there.
The judge wants us to look at the example.
There's something off.
Missing something.
What's that? What nail did he use for this? It isn't in our kit.
- Where is it? - Maybe it was a big nail bent.
Te Jay, you're right.
Mr.
Viking.
We got it finally.
- Yeah, it's good.
- Thank you! I hope the ponies are like aggressive ponies.
Come on.
I need you to move out of the way.
Move out the way.
Get out of the way.
- Easy, easy.
- Easy.
Scared the bejeezus out of me.
- Come on, sweetheart.
- Come on, Satan.
- We good? Awesome.
- Thank you.
Can you read for us? Drive yourselves to Berry Farm on Berry Road in Scalloway.
- Let's do it.
- Let's go.
We arrived first at the task and we were the first to leave.
That's just the way it should be in my mind.
If we get there first, there's no way that another team should pass us.
Let's go.
We're in first place.
Come on.
Goodness, gracious.
Come on, baby.
Oh, the next clue.
We did amazing.
- This is ready.
- Mr.
Viking, sir.
That my friend is ready for battle.
For war.
- That's good.
- Thank you, sir.
- That's good.
- We're finally past the first part.
We have 10 more stages to go.
This sucks.
I don't know what to do.
While other teams are blowing through like the second stage, we're still not getting it done.
We have some cement here with some water.
Start filling in these sections here.
- The final step is that we had to - Mix cement and put it on the torch.
Ok, Mr.
Viking, sir.
No, that's no use.
Do it again.
Use plenty cement.
I'm doing this now.
- You go down, I'll go up.
- Got it.
- Teamwork.
- Good job.
Viking, sir.
- Well done.
- Thank you so much.
- Let's get our clue.
- Hay's Dock.
Hay's Dock.
A dock is on the water.
So let's go to the water.
Awesome.
Here we go.
Last one.
Good job.
- Good job, baby.
- Thank you.
Alright, thank you.
Cupcake.
We can call her Cupcake.
Cupcake.
You got it.
- Cupcake was wonderful.
- We had no problems with our pony.
- We got it! - Alright, let's go.
Good job, Cupcake.
- Here, honey.
- What am I doing? It needs to be curled.
Like it needs to curl down.
Do you know how to bend this nail? The wrestlers didn't know how to put a bend in nail, which is pretty easy.
Because usually it's just a mistake when you hit the head of the nail, it will flip over for you.
I don't know how you couldn't figure that out.
- Pretty good, right? - Yes.
Mr.
Viking? We got it, finally.
Yes, that's good.
Thank you! We need to get it this time for sure.
Okay.
How are we doing? Are we doing better? - Good.
- Yes! Thank you! - Good job, baby.
- Mr.
Viking.
Well done.
Your task is complete.
Thank you, sir.
Thank you.
I started freaking out.
Watching them leave and we're still not getting it.
The Firefighters got it.
We are in dead last.
Far, far behind.
It's not right.
Do we bend it before we hit it in, on the table? - That makes sense.
- This is not right.
This is horrible.
- Got it.
- That's my boo.
- Viking Master Pro.
- Good.
You can move on.
Oh, yeah.
After every team left, it was less people to worry about.
So it was just me and Brooke left, it was almost like a relief.
We're used to this.
We've been in the back of the pack for the whole race.
There's still a lot left in this leg.
We're going to burn a torch in the Shetland Islands, Scotland.
- Hay's Dock? - Straight down there.
You found it, Keith? - They're down there.
- Is that the dock, though? - I don't think so, guys.
- Ok.
Oh, God, where are we? We've got to go back this way.
What is that thing standing over on the pier? See? We came to deliver.
Thank you! Drive yourselves to the Berry Farm on Berry Road in Scalloway.
If you see any people here, we're stopping and asking.
Ma'am, can you tell us how to get to Berry Farm? You'll see it.
It's up the hill.
- Okay, thank you.
- Thank you.
She said it's up the hill.
There it is.
Berry farm.
There we go.
There's something right there.
Get your sheep together.
Sheepdogs like Reily have been working alongside Shepherds here for centuries.
Now teams must work like dogs.
Literally, by corralling a flock of stubborn sheep down the middle of this course and into a pen.
Backing is optional, but when the sheep have been contained, James, the Shepherd, will hand them their next clue.
Let's go.
Okay, sheep.
- They're skipping.
- They all have to go down the middle.
They gotta come through the middle.
- Get them back to the start.
- Go back, go back.
No, no.
There were eight sheep that we had to drive up together through three gates.
And then we needed to get all the sheep into the pen.
Damn.
That proved fairly difficult.
They were all over the place.
Please, Jesus.
This is damn near impossible.
Hay's Dock right over there.
We present you with this torch.
Glory! Bring the Cup of Glory! - You need a clue.
- Yes, I need a clue.
Glory! Look, guys, right here.
Let's go! It's alright.
Not stressing.
This is gorgeous.
What do you think about that? That's good to go.
- Thank you, guys.
- Thank you.
I think maybe we should go straight where the water was.
Go around them.
Sweep around them.
Misti, hurry up.
Get behind them.
Force them down the middle.
Go, go.
Get them in.
Now we just got to get them in the gate.
There's a team here.
Are the tooth fairies? We'll find out when we get there.
Here it is.
Yeah.
Good job, babe.
Just stay where you are.
Let them go.
Let them go.
- Okay.
- Let them go.
Let them go.
Those other three are going to want to join the group.
- Just force them back around.
- Please don't let them out.
Misti, I got it.
I'll tackle them before I let them out.
Second place right here.
If we beat them, it's first.
Look at the sheep.
This is going to be easy and fun.
Jesus! Wait.
They jump at you.
- Come this way.
- Oh, damn it.
We need to get them up the middle.
- Damn.
- They run really fast.
- They're not going straight.
- They're rowdy.
- I didn't know sheep were that fast.
- This is nuts.
Yeah! - Seven out of eight.
- Good, good.
Come on, honey.
- Get in there with your family.
- Good boy.
- Well done.
- Thank you.
- Go where this was found.
- Go where this was found.
Teams must figure out that the Pit Stop is St.
Ninian's Isle, made famous after the discovery of 8th century treasure.
The last team to check in here may be eliminated.
- Excellent, thank you.
- Thank you.
We're in first place.
Team domination, baby.
That's what I'm talking about.
- Misti, that was hard.
- Heck yeah.
There's no way anybody's doing it faster than we did.
- Scalloway Museum.
- Scalloway Museum.
We are golden.
Can you tell us where this was originally found? - St.
Ninian's Isle.
- How do we get there? You are here.
We're great.
We knew when we were the team to beat coming in.
Now the difference is, everybody else knows it too.
People are still here.
- Let's go.
- Ok.
Go, hon.
Go.
- No! - Oh, they were so close.
Oh, my Gosh.
Come on.
They're moving.
Go.
Come on.
We're not as fast as sheep.
- Mom? - We're not dogs, honey.
Look at that.
I don't see another car.
Oh, God, first feels so good.
I think that means "Welcome to the Shetlands".
You've got that right.
We continue to be bamboozled by this unbelievable smile of yours.
- Seriously.
- Thank you.
It is a winning smile once again.
Because you are team number one.
I have some great news for you.
As the winners of this leg of the race, you have won a trip for two from Travelocity you are going to Dubai.
You'll enjoy five nights at the Atlantis The Palm, where you can explore The Lost Chambers Aquarium and feast on a dune dinner safari through the desert.
- Does it sound good? - Yeah.
So exciting.
This is obviously where you wanted to be.
You've got that Save in your pocket.
You won two of the three legs.
And here we are, ahead of the pack again.
- It's got to feel good.
- Feels wonderful.
If there's not a target on our back now, then I don't know what the other teams are looking at.
So we're going to keep pushing and we'll establish ourselves as the most dominant team ever on "The Amazing Race".
- Come on, Alli.
- Yeah, let's go.
There's got to be a method to this.
Ok.
Did you see that? - What? - They were running and then they stopped.
I went like this and stepped back, they calmed down and went over there where we wanted them to go.
Okay, we'll get them.
We'll try it your way.
The mom and daughter are here.
- Oh, jeez.
Okay.
- That's not good.
- It's here.
- Stop, stop, stop.
- Come on.
- Who was behind y'all? Firemen.
Let's go, sheep.
So we have this last gate.
The gate, into the pen.
Go through! Alright, guys.
Into the pen.
Orderly fashion, orderly! Go where this was found.
Go where this was found.
We freaking herded those sheep.
Center.
Okay, get them! - We're so close.
- We're so close.
Come on.
- Go, go, go.
- No! One sheep.
Damn it.
This is not easy.
Let's form an angle.
Like a V, like the fence.
After about 30 minutes of chasing these rebellious sheep around, I was about to give up.
Nice and easy, Hun.
Come at an angle now.
I think they will go in, right there.
All of a sudden I look up and the sheep are walking towards the pen.
- You are locked in.
- Are you kidding me? They literally helped themselves into the pen.
It was a sheep miracle.
Hi, sirs.
Question for you.
Do you know where this would have been found? Scalloway Castle.
The Castle.
The Castle, right? - Ok, thank you all so much.
- Thank you.
Stay in the pack, guys.
Come on.
You too, straggler.
Don't try to test me.
Just go.
Thank you.
Thank you so much.
We just to put them in the pen? This is not the way.
That's the way.
- Let them go in.
- Thank you.
Good job.
Good job, guys.
Thank you.
Thanks, guys.
That was fun! - How are you doing? - It's ok.
You've got a little gimp going on.
- You okay? - Yeah.
Yeah, go, go! There we go.
Oh, my God.
Now we just have to get them in the pen.
Ok, come on.
- That way.
There you go.
- Alright.
Close it, close it.
Oh, my God.
Come on, come on.
- Stinky sheet.
- Come on, come on.
Scalloway Museum.
If anyone would know, it would be the people here at the Museum.
Good job, honeybun.
"Baa baa", this way.
They don't get scared when do you that.
I thought the sheep were going to be a lot more people-friendly.
See? It's when you talk they get freaked out.
Don't shout, go "baa".
So "baa"-ing was our thing.
- Baa, good job.
- Baa.
- Good job.
- Baa.
- Go.
- Baa.
- We got it.
- Baa.
Baa, no.
Baa, no.
- No.
Te Jay, baa.
- Baa.
It really works.
We were so close.
Come on, we got it.
We got this.
Right here, babe.
They're herding sheep.
Keep 'em on the middle.
- How close do I get to them? - Just keep them in the middle.
Come on.
- Come here, little guys.
- Come on.
Oh, my God.
No, no, no.
Not too fast.
So close.
Pause.
All in.
All in.
Alright.
We just have to corral them.
Come on, guys.
In the pen.
Oh, yes.
That was really hard.
Did it! - It's beautiful.
- It's beautiful.
- Look at the beach.
- That is awesome.
Adam and Bethany, you are team number two.
Yes! Good job, babe.
What a perfect spot.
Can we go swimming? You can go swimming, But according to the puffin, it's a little chilly.
I'm not really a farm person.
I spent my whole life in the city.
Get them on that side.
Oh, you bastard! I don't really like sheep.
Sheep got strange features.
This isn't working.
We have to bring them all back.
Bad sheep.
Don't laugh at you us.
Come on.
- Yes, baby.
- Come on.
- Come on, baby.
- Run with them.
Come on.
Yes! - They're through.
- Get them in.
Push them.
- Get in.
- There you go.
- That was easy.
- Yes! We're ahead of two teams.
Let's just go in the church.
Excuse me.
Hello? No one's here.
It's pretty.
No one's here though.
Alright, not the Pit Stop.
Definitely not the Pit Stop.
Let's go, hon.
Come on.
Keith and Whitney, you're team number three.
We're working our way up.
Word is that sometimes maybe you could change the tone when you're talking to each other.
You think other people will go "what are they doing together?"? I don't care.
I don't care what the other teams think.
It works for us, and that's all that matters.
You said it.
- Yeah! - No! That's not where you need to go in.
How do you get them in? Give me your shirt.
I have an idea.
We're desperate to try anything.
I was trying to make like a barrier with clothing, so that we could block two openings and have one guarded by clothes.
We need this much more.
- You need a sock? - Yes, perfect.
Oh, yeah.
- Into the pen, please.
- Go, go.
No, no, no, no.
This way.
You guys can go in there.
No! Why do they do that? No, two escapees.
Here, sheep.
Oh, man.
Hold on.
You ok? My legs are failing me.
Take a seat.
I'll get them back.
Take the four hours.
Take the four hours, right now.
No, no, no.
- Take the four hours.
- Scott.
I think we take the four hours.
I wouldn't quit this early.
It's just pushing them through here.
Once you get them all through, you can corral them in.
I have a broken paw here.
Four hours's way too much time here.
If this goes on to a long night, though, we'll be out of here.
- You okay? - Yes, I'm alright.
- Take the post, I'll move them out.
- Okay.
Mike is a leader and he's working hard.
So I tried to get through it.
We live as a team, we die as a team.
- They're all through.
- Now it's our game.
Please, Lord.
Don't let us end with sheep.
Stop, Te Jay.
You're getting so defeated, it's disgusting.
Te Jay, take a breath.
Come on.
We can do this.
No.
No! This is impossible.
I'm so frustrated.
Hey, your friends.
Just stay where you are.
We got all our sheep! I'm never counting sheep again.
Go where this was found.
- What is that? - I don't know.
We'll find out.
Shelley and Nici.
You are team number four.
Come on.
Amy and Maya, you're team number five.
We gotta find somebody immediately.
- Public bar.
You wanna try there? - Yes, let's ask them.
Always good to ask things in a bar.
Hi.
We need a little help.
They told us to go where this was found.
Maybe they meant foundry.
I'm sure Weisdale made it.
It's 29 miles away from here.
So we're going just to Weisdale.
If we go there, we should be ok.
- Perfect, thank you.
- Thank you, guys.
I wish we could stay here and have a beer.
Believe me.
- Thank you so much.
- Thank you.
We got to hurry up.
Come on.
- Yes! - Yes! Oh, my God, yes! We're still last, though.
That's ok, we can beat the firemen in a foot race.
Good job, guys.
We did it.
Should we beat them? - Right here.
- Come on, babe.
Good job, guys.
Brooke and Robbie, you are team number six.
Kym and Alli, that would make you team number seven.
So we're heading to the town of Weisdale.
They said where it was found.
There's a silver foundry that's making these.
- I'm hoping this is right.
- Okay.
We're coming into the town now.
Shetland Jewelry.
- You want to ask? - Yes.
They said go to where this is found.
It looks like this has been taken from St.
Ninian's Isle treasure designs.
- How far is it? - Here it is.
You have to go quick, I'd say.
Oh, my God.
This is where we started.
You're kidding me.
We're way off.
Bad directions are worse than no directions.
Damn it.
It's not over yet.
Right? You never know.
He said, find where this came from? Where it was found.
Where it was found.
Let's ask the Museum.
Yes! - Go, go, go.
- Let's go.
Let's go.
We ain't quitting.
We're back against the walls again.
But we're persevering, we're throttling up.
St.
Ninian's Isle.
That's where we're gonna go.
We've worked too hard to get here, and to end it with friggin' sheep would be devastating.
I think we're going to beat them.
I love it when our backs are against the wall.
I've slowed us down with the ankle.
St.
Ninian's Isle, on the right.
We're almost there, brother.
We're almost there.
- This is it.
- Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
Tim and Te Jay well, I don't know what you did on your way here but somehow you did some overtaking, and you are team number eight and you are still in the race.
The guy sent us the wrong way.
That's alright.
Michael and Scott I'm sorry to tell you that you're the last team to arrive.
And you have been eliminated from the race.
We thought we were going to do a lot better here.
We chased sheep around.
This is stuff we wouldn't do, we're city guys.
What are your fellow firefighters going to be saying when they see you racing around the world.
What would you say back to them? - Tougher than it looks? - Very tough.
Maybe we'll give them laughs for along the way through the years.
It was a disappointing day.
I didn't want to get knocked out because of sheep or go into a bar instead of a Museum.
We had a million laughs.
We do what we do.
We have fun.
Things don't always have to be so serious.
Stay tuned for scenes from our next episode.
Next week on "The Amazing Race.
" In Copenhagen, Kym and Alli feel right at home.
Viva, Denmark! While others fall apart.
Oh, God! And Nici walks away.
Mom! I can't do this.
- Nici, don't walk away! - No, I can't do this.
What are you doing?