The Amazing Race (2001) s33e03 Episode Script

Who Has This One in the Bag?

1 Previously onThe Amazing Race 11 teams began a race around the world Go! In back-to-back legs in London, England.
- Are you okay? - Yeah, I'm fine.
On the first leg, two teams made an instant bond Dusty and Ryan have been a good, you know, duo to stick with for a little bit.
That paid off for them both.
Singing cops Michael and Moe created a mess.
My gosh, dude, this is crazy.
We didn't look at what we was doing.
They couldn't recover from their mistake.
You have been eliminated from the race.
In the second leg, newly dating Caro and Ray You got it? Had a bumpy ride.
- You're so rude.
- I don't care.
While Ryan and Dusty hit the mark.
Twins Lulu and Lala reached their breaking point - You're being stubborn.
You don't really want to - I'm not being stubborn.
You're not trying to see my point.
You're right, I'm not.
Shame on me for trying to be a good sister.
But got a surprise at the mat.
- So, here's the crazy thing.
- Yeah? You're actually still racing.
- What?! - What?! I have another clue for you.
Ryan and Dusty were the first to find out that they are still racing and will be traveling north by train more than 400 miles, from England to Scotland, home to beautiful architecture and the port city of Glasgow.
Teams will find their next clue on the windscreen of one of these cars.
- Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.
- Hey.
We made it to what we thought was gonna be the Pit Stop on the big red bus, and Phil informed us that we will be heading to Glasgow, Scotland by train.
- Taxi! - Taxi.
Taxi, taxi.
- Taxi, taxi.
- Taxi.
All right.
- Thank you.
- Thank you so much.
What the hell? Taxi.
We're trying to get to Euston, train station.
Yes? All right.
Thank you.
I wasn't happy that I was gonna go home.
And so, now We have, another chance.
The fact that we are going to Scotland We're still in it.
We're still in it.
All right.
Train time, baby.
Whoo! Let's go.
Hey, guys.
Let's go, let's go, let's go.
This is nice.
I wanted to do this with Natalia because we've watched Amazing Raceall our lives.
This is comfortable here.
She's my only daughter.
She's getting married in June, and this is the best thing we could have done together.
Look at this.
I shouldn't be laughing.
This is lovely.
It's a bed, so I can't complain.
'Cause I'm gonna go to sleep.
It's a lot better than, you know, - other trains we've been on.
- Yeah.
"Find your next clue on the windshield.
" That's a car.
Meaning that we are driving.
Time to bring out the stick skills.
I'm a little nervous 'cause I never driven in my life.
So he's gonna do all the work.
So, hopefully, um, you know, he's good at it.
Being in a new relationship, you don't know much about the person.
I've never seen him in a stressful situation.
But, hey, that's what we signed up for.
This is, tight quarters.
It's like the crew bunks on the plane.
It is the crew bunks on the plane.
It's fine.
You ain't got to go home, but you got to get the hell up out of here.
Route Info, baby.
Here we go.
Teams must now drive themselves across Scotland's largest city to Glasgow's West End and find Oran Mór, where they'll pick up their next clue.
Here we go.
It is manual transmission.
For the last 15 years, I haven't driven on the left-hand side of the traffic, so it'll be interesting.
- All right, we'll follow you guys out.
- Okay, let's do that.
- I'm very excited.
- Ready to roll.
Go, go, go, go, go, go.
I'm stalling out.
I'm taking too long to get off the clutch.
Come on, Akbar.
Stalled out again.
It's okay.
I just learned to drive stick shift right before I came here.
I rented a car for two weeks.
I felt pretty confident.
I was like, a, you know, elite.
I'll be fine.
Give me a second.
There you go, booby.
Let's do this.
Look at you, driving stick.
I'm only in one for now, so I know, but I'm proud of you.
This is gonna be tough, I think for everybody, I'll be honest.
Okay, I don't know what street we're on.
- M8 to Glasgow.
Go straight.
- Straight? - Yeah.
- Okay.
Got to figure out how to get onto whatever highway we're getting on.
I'll try to look it up here.
I just want to stay safe.
I know.
We're fine.
We're fine.
In the next ten minutes-ish, We would, in theory, be getting close.
I see a clue box on the right.
That says Oran Mór.
That's it! - Holy crap.
- How did you do that? I don't know.
Let's go.
- Oran Mór.
- Ready? Looks like a Roadblock.
Yup, Roadblock.
- "Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" - That's me.
The undeniable sound of the bagpipe.
It's ingrained in the Scottish culture and has been played here for hundreds of years.
In this Roadblock, teams will join a Scottish pipe band.
They must assemble a bagpipe using a bag, bag cover, chanter, mouthpiece, drone pipes and reeds.
Once assembled, they must play a note for the length of a traditional Scottish anthem.
The pipe major will hand them a clue.
Yes! Yes! Right here, here, here, here.
"Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" You got to play Somebody has to play the pipes.
You hear it? - Yeah.
- What do you want to do? You got it.
I wish I could help you, bud.
Hey, think about it.
Slow and methodical.
You're good.
- Do it.
Rock it.
- All right, I'll do it.
First of all, follow the directions.
Just found that out.
So I never have seen a bagpipe in person before, so, okay.
The pictures are confusing because this is It looks very complicated.
I really don't know what I'm doing.
Man, I'm building a bagpipe.
About to make some music.
I had an assumption that being here, we were going to do something with bagpipes, but building them is a whole different animal.
I would say you want to put your bag over it, dude, beforehand.
What do you mean? 'Cause it's gonna be hard with all the arms on it.
Yeah, yeah.
So we're going to take Junction 19.
- But you got to get to the right, Dad.
- -Okay.
To M8.
It's M8, right, Dad.
M8 right! Right! Keep on - I did! I got it.
- No.
All the way to the right.
- I can't go.
- You missed it.
You missed it.
I know.
I can't go - Dad you got to focus.
- I get it, but if you can The whole time, I'm saying, "Go to the right to M8," and you're staying on the left.
- This navigating - Driving in another country is the hardest thing I think I've ever done.
Okay, so M8 I think where all these cars are going.
I think our biggest strength is the is trust between the two of us.
And we do have a-a lot of respect for each other.
I think that's part of the reason why we've been so successful, especially as a, you know, all-female team.
If a guy can do it, we can do it.
Yeah, I got this.
- Go, baby.
- I am.
I'm just trying to get the thing not to stall out.
- Do you want to switch driving? - Absolutely not.
You know how hard this is? It's first, second, and third and fourth.
No, but the reverse is tough.
It's right there.
- Stay straight? - Stay straight.
"Drone reeds.
" I hope this is right.
What do you think about these drone reeds? Dude, I'm trying to figure out how to use Okay.
This is nothing like I've done in the Air Force.
I was a a medic, and I work in a pediatric clinic and, ambulance services, so I've never had to, put together a set of bagpipes.
- Thank you.
- Yes! - Now - Kim, there's no way - I would have been able to do that.
- Okay.
The first part of it was to assemble this bagpipe, but it had to make a sound.
So the trick was, fill that whole thing up with air, take a deep breath, and then mash your arm on it.
Let's do this.
You're doing great, honey! Did I do it? Yes! Come on! Thank you so much.
- Well done.
- I'm about to cry.
Thank you.
It was so hard.
Okay, can I, have some instructor approve? - Come on, Spence-dog.
- Let's go, Spence.
Good to go, sir? "Drive to the" "Walter Macfarlane Saracen Fountain in Alexandra Park to find your next clue.
" - All right, let's go.
- Let's go.
Yeah, baby! Yeah, guys.
I've had zero musical experience.
I wish I did.
But I've always wanted to play a set of bagpipes.
- Aah! Thank you.
- Yeah! Let's go! - Let's go! - Thank you, sir.
- Yeah, you killed that.
That was good.
- Thank you.
This-this seems like we are not headed in the right direction again.
Yeah, 'cause I don't see any signs.
It doesn't seem like we're on any type of highway.
Sorry, y'all.
This is like a new driver's worst nightmare, to be in stop-and-go traffic.
Give it more gas.
Come on, Ak.
We got to go.
We got to go.
Got to go.
My God.
This right here is like my worst nightmare.
I think we're off the map.
Once we're in George Street, then I think I can see where we are.
Next time, you get your license.
We came on the race, you knowing exactly that - I didn't have a license or a thing.
- Okay, I understand that.
I understand that, so You're not helping at all, but you're stressing me more out than I already am.
Took forever.
You're not helping at all, but you're stressing me more out than I already am.
- Babe, I'm sorry for crying.
- It's okay.
It's okay.
- I was like, "Please, dude.
" - No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
All right, all right, please get off me.
- Like, chill.
- No.
Like, just I got you.
Like, I got you.
- I'm just trying to hug you to calm us down.
- Okay.
It's okay.
I'm good.
You know, Caro throwing the negative vibes on me and the crying and saying we lost You know, I'm more of a positive vibe type of guy.
That might make me angry because you're kind of throwing, you know, the shade on what we got.
Oran Mór.
That's it.
Let's go.
"Who thinks they have this in the bag?" - You do it.
I did it last time.
- Okay.
You do it.
We'll-we'll switch off.
We're looking for the Macfarlane Saracen Fountain.
Alexandra Park.
Alexandra Park.
This is it.
I got to turn left.
Here we go.
Let's go, baby.
Let's run.
- Here it is.
- Yes.
Ready? "Detour.
" The Panopticon Theatre first opened its doors here in Glasgow in 1857.
This detour requires teams to put on a show of their own.
Wearing full highland dress, they must sing and perform a famous song called "Donald Where's Your Troosers?" Let the wind blow high, let the wind blow low.
Through the streets, in my kilt I'll go.
All the lassies shout hello Donald, where's your troosers? When their performance is note-perfect, a young Scotsman will give them a clue.
Cooperage is the artful skill of barrel-making that's been around for hundreds of years.
This specialized skill is still practiced here at Fishers Cooperage, where whiskey barrels are repaired by hand.
In this detour, teams must work as coopers by putting a head like this onto a barrel.
First, they'll need to remove the top two hoops, then hammer the head into the croze to seal it.
Finally, they'll replace the top with a hoop driver.
When the master cooper says that their barrels are ready to roll, he'll hand them a clue.
"Perform a children's song.
" Done! We see "song and dance," I'm like, "Boom.
" - Yeah.
- This is our jam.
Penn and I make goofy family videos for a living.
Like, we're we've got this.
There's somebody over there.
Let's go.
Let's go this way.
There's the clue box.
You got There you go.
- "Kilt or Rebuilt.
" - Whiskey barrels.
- Rebuilt? Rebuilt.
- Rebuilt.
I think, though, the barrel was a, no-brainer for me.
We decided early on, you know, if it's physical, we're doing it.
We don't want to be doing no choreographed dances, guys.
Concentrate, Lala.
- "Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" - I do.
"Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" I'm gonna do this.
Can you check? I'm just trying to figure out how these pieces - No.
- No? It turns out those little three things needed to go attached to some of the pipe so that it could hold the pipe bag together.
"Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" - Me.
- All right.
- Ready? - I don't know where it is.
- Honey? - Yeah.
- Right here.
- Here? Yeah.
- Here.
- Yes.
- Hello, sirs.
- Yeah.
I've just come down from the Isle of Skye I'm not very big and I'm awful shy.
And the lassies shout when I go by.
Donald, where's your troosers? - Look at this.
- Look at this! I am wearing my first ever kilt.
I feel all pretty.
Little drafty, back here, honey.
Welcome to my world.
This is a Scottish song.
It's fun, it's full of life.
It's-it's about a kilt.
I get to say "troosers.
" I've just got in from the Isle of Skye I'm not very big and I'm awfully shy The ladies shout as I go by.
- Donald, where's your troosers? - Okay.
Let the wind blow high Let the winds blow low.
Down the streets, in my kilt I'll go All the lassies say hello.
Donald, where's your troosers? Three times.
Let the winds blow Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? - I mean - Excellent.
- Okay.
Yeah, okay, we're good.
Would you like to do the dance now? - Please.
- Yes.
Just turn left.
Yeah, barrels, barrels, barrels on the left.
- Do you see that? - Right here.
Right here.
Right here.
- That it? - Yes.
We're here, baby.
Fishers Cooperage.
- Crushed it.
- Detour time.
We're about to put together a barrel, it looks like.
"Choose two barrels.
" - Feeling good about this one.
- Yeah, buddy.
- Got gloves? - Let's get our barrels and watch the demonstration.
You good? These two? Let's do it.
All right.
For this detour, we had to refurbish whiskey barrels, taking the metal frame off of it and then breaking the top of the barrel.
- Smells good in here.
I like it.
- Smells so good.
Straight whiskey.
And then taking the top of the barrel again and hammering it back together.
Dude's a champion.
And then placing the rings back on.
She's a beaut.
I can do this, dude.
I got this.
Let's just do one at a time.
Hey, you-you hold it and let me pound.
All right.
Go, Nat! Great job, Nat! Great job.
Natalia, great job.
Can you please show me? - Yeah, yeah.
- Thank you.
You know, I thought good karma, we're going to help him out.
Do you take this plastic thing off or no? - No.
Dude, just put it in.
- Just slide it in there.
- No problem.
- How do you slide it in? I don't understand.
You have it the wrong way, guys.
The tall parts go the other way.
Natalia! You guys have 'em switched.
You got to switch 'em.
Switch the two.
Switch the two pieces.
You good? - Yeah? - All right, Lala, you got this.
Come on, let's go.
Yes! Yes! Yeah.
- Okay, there you go.
- Thank you so much.
- Thank you so much.
- Best of luck - for the rest of your - Thank you.
- Thank you so much.
- Good luck - on the rest of your trip.
- Thank you so much.
We are we are in a race.
Can you give us some directions, please? We need to go to Walter "Macflarane," Alexandra Park.
That - That's okay.
Don't worry.
- Do you think it was okay - that I helped the other team? - Yeah, yeah.
- Where's our car at? - Right up here.
We just saw the two teams walk by, and we helped them.
Maybe we made a mistake.
- No, that's not the point.
- You can help somebody, - but not take, like, five minutes to help somebody.
- Yeah.
If we get eliminated after helping them, then, like, we'll really regret this.
- You have the clue? - Yup.
You see it? You saw it? You have to get inside the park.
It's right here.
Straight ahead.
- You see it? - I saw the thing.
- "Kilt or Rebuilt.
" - Rebuilt.
We're gonna do Rebuilt.
- All right.
Let's do it.
- We're gonna do Rebuilt.
We're gonna do Rebuilt.
All right, let's do it.
- Me in the bag? Okay.
- Okay.
And the beginning of this whole leg was what was so stressful 'cause it felt so hopeless, but I felt like when we got there, we saw there was two clues left.
That gave us so much hope.
That was lit, you know? Okay.
"Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" - I do.
- Okay.
I got it, I got it.
I got this, Caro.
Come on.
Can you check? I have never done anything like this, but I'm gonna do it today.
- Yeah.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
- Okay, perfect.
"Who thinks they have this one in the bag?" I got it.
I have this one in the bag.
- Okay, I got this.
- Yo.
Come on.
Let's go.
Come on, Ak.
You done messed this whole thing up.
You can get it back.
Let's go! Come on! Come on! Let's get it! Finish strong.
Come on.
Okay, well done.
- Aah, thank you! - Let's go, let's go, let's go.
- My God.
- Good job.
Good job.
Good job.
Good job.
Good job.
Let's get up out of here.
Can I get a check? Can I get a check, please? Let's go, Ak.
You got it.
You got it, booby.
- No good.
- Okay.
I didn't have the decorative cloth over it.
It was just the naked bagpipe.
And then I finally figured out, like, "You have to actually dress it.
" I'm so clueless right now.
I feel frustrated.
We're still in it.
I feel like I'm on the verge of tears.
Sir, can I get a check? - Ready to go? - Good.
All right.
We're good.
Okay, awesome.
Let's go, booby.
Let's go! Yeah! Come on now! Good, good? - Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.
- Let's go! - Thank you.
- Let's go, babe.
Let's go.
- Let's go.
Let's go.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
Thank you.
It's absolutely frustrating.
As we were driving down, we turned right instead of left, and so now we're headed back, um, and going the other, opposite way.
The other teams probably might have made up some ground 'cause we did go in the wrong direction.
T-Time to ask directions again.
- Up to you.
You decide this one.
- Um, - all right, we're gonna do Rebuilt.
- Okay, let's go.
- You want to perform? - Yeah, let's perform.
Let's perform.
Okay, let's do this.
Okay, guys, can we come up here? You guys are the best.
Okay, they go first, remember? Let the wind blow high, let the wind blow low.
Through the streets, in my kilt I'll go.
All the lassies shout hello Donald, where's your troosers? Sing! Just got in from the Isle of Skye I'm no very big and I'm awfully shy The ladies shout as I go by.
Donald, where's your troosers? Let the wind blow high and the wind blow low.
Down the street, in my kilt I'll go All the ladies shout hello.
Donald, where's your troosers? A lassie took me to a ball Okay, so are we are we? - I'm sorry.
Are we holding? - No.
Now we have to No, but there was, like, a measure hold there - that we weren't practicing.
- That's I turned into a little bit of a diva.
We did one take, and then the guys were like, "No, that's no good.
" And.
"You didn't tell me about this four-bar measure you had us leading into.
" I sounded like.
- Marsha Graham or something.
- Marsha Graham? - Martha Graham? - Martha Graham.
Well, I don't know who that is, so I'm close.
We'll get our teacher to teach us.
We got to get the kinks out.
Hey, is there an upside down or right side up? No, that's it.
It'll fit over the barrel.
See how it's angled? And my shoulder's getting tired.
Anthony's just, taking a turn now.
And, we should have this first barrel done soon.
It's harder than it looks.
There it goes.
So one's done.
We got another.
The second one's gonna be way easier, right? You hold, I'll pound.
"Detour: Kilt or Rebuilt.
" Okay, let's do the other one.
'Cause you're not good - at singing and dancing.
- Yeah.
One down, one to go.
Did you work your way around this one mostly already? - Yeah, it's done.
- It's done? Yeah.
The wind blow high and the wind blow low.
Down the streets, in my kilt I'll go All the ladies shout hello.
Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? Did we get it? Yes! - Good job.
Ready? - Okay.
"Drive to the University of Glasgow and search for the" "Cloisters" "For Phil at your next Pit Stop.
" This is the University of Glasgow, the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world, and now the Pit Stop for this leg of the race.
The last team to check in will be eliminated.
" Let's get the heck out of here.
All right.
We got it.
- Hell yeah, brother.
- Thank you, sir.
Appreciate you.
- Thank you.
Thank you very much.
- Thank you.
What do you think, boss man? Awesome.
- Yeah! - Yeah! Thank you, sir.
Look at that.
Give me some.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
"Drive yourself to Fishers Cooperage.
" Here it is.
How you guys doing? Is this the workshop? - This is so unbelievably stressful.
- Yes.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- I can't even do it.
- We chose a hard one.
I just want to see if we can get one of these off.
If we can figure out He did it pretty effortlessly.
- It's coming off.
It's coming off.
- Yours is - coming off? - Mine's coming off.
Mine's coming off.
We're looking for Fishers Cooper.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- This one's done.
This one's done.
- All right.
There's a bunch of teams here.
- That's one down.
- Okay.
Baby! I like physical challenges, but hammering was like! I'm super proud of us.
We're probably the only all-girl team that did that.
- Yeah.
No, it was - All for something that probably looked like it was gonna be mostly muscle.
All right, there's one.
My God.
Do you think we can get this? It's not even moving.
- Hello.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- In here? You want to switch detours? - Want to switch? - I don't think we're gonna get this.
It's right there.
Okay, there's still one left.
There's still one left.
"Detour: Kilt or Rebuilt.
" - Kilt.
We're gonna do Kilt.
- Kilt.
We're doing Kilt.
All right, we're gonna do Kilt.
- I think you can do the song and dance, don't you think? - Okay.
- What do you think? - Let's go there.
- Switching? - Yeah.
This is not what we expected, and we are so We I-I'm so confused now.
So I just want to go out and try to do the other one.
At least she her strength is dancing and singing.
I I don't know.
I'll somehow manage.
- All right.
Thank you.
- Here you go.
All right, thank you, sir.
- Britannia? - Nat, we have to get directions.
My God.
Well done, guys.
- Thank you so much.
Can we give you a hug? - Want a hug? - Thank you so much.
- Here you go.
I'm not feeling good at all.
We in last, we probably in super last, so, I said, "Let's choose dance.
We're in Scotland.
Let's do as the Scottish do.
" We're gonna do a song and dance, and I have faith in my dad, so I'm not losing hope.
I don't know how I'm going to, but if I-I put my mind to it, I know I can do it.
I'm confident we can do this.
This is absolutely do-or-die situation.
Still not feeling very good about our decision because we still haven't got there yet.
If we put our minds to this, we can, like, totally do that, and we don't know what's happening with maybe some other teams.
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.
Yes! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes! My gosh.
Welcome to Glasgow, Scotland.
You might have noticed he's holding a hundred-pound boulder on his shoulder.
A 100-pound boulder? Yes.
Well, this man is a strong man.
Kim and Penn, I am pleased to tell you you are team number one.
Yes! Yes! And 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, and you are going to captivating Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
- Yes! We love Cape Cod! - Yes! We love Cape Cod! It's it's it's like a muscle.
You'll spend five nights at Ocean Edge Resort in a grand corner suite.
Enjoy golf at Brewster's only Nicklaus Design course.
Play lawn games and relax with a signature treatment at The Beach House Spa.
- Lady Luck was on our side today.
- Yeah.
Here it is.
It's right here.
Say hello Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? - Yay! Thank you.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Bah, bah, bah, bah, bah, let the winds blow high.
- Let the wind blows high - Let the winds blow high.
- Let the winds blow low - How? - It has to go that fast? - Yeah, Dad.
I really thought we were in last place, but the red team just got in.
So we have a chance, so we got to go.
We're close.
We're gonna meet Phil.
Okay, it's over here.
Yeah, the music hall.
'Cause I didn't have on my troosers.
- Hello, everybody.
- So, there's another team, Dad.
- Hi guys.
- 'Cause I didn't have my troo troosers.
'Cause I didn't.
- Have on my troosers.
- Have my troo Didn't have-have on my troosers, troosers.
I'm feeling good.
We got here.
I always feel good when we get here and there's another team.
But we like to dance and sing, so, hopefully, we can get through it quickly.
We chose the Kilt detour because it specifically says something about learn the song and then learn the dance.
And we, um we had a-a viral wedding dance video.
- This is where we kind of speed up and make up some ground, hopefully.
- Hey, what's up, Phil? - Yeah, what's up, man? Here we are.
Bring it in.
- Hey.
- What's up, buddies? - What's up, guys? - Scooch over.
- You guys look as gross as us, man.
You guys smell like barrels.
Good old whiskey.
Ryan and Dusty, I am pleased to tell you - you are team number two.
- We'll take it.
We'll take it.
Anthony and Spencer, that would make your team number three.
- We'll take it.
- Yeah, boy.
What a day, boy! It's three and two, and two and three.
Hell yeah, man.
Good stuff, boys.
All the ladies say hello Donald, where's your troosers? I have to check points of what you need to do, so you both need to be joining in in the-the choruses.
- Yeah.
Were you not singing? - Always.
- Just a Yeah.
- Okay.
A lady took me to the ball and it was slip-pery in the hall I was afraid that I would fall 'Cause I didn't have on my troo Yeah.
"It was slippery.
" It was slippery.
The biggest problem today has been driving.
I thought I I had knew enough, and I didn't.
A couple of times today, I felt like, "You know what? It's just too much.
" But then you think about the things that just all kids in the world are going through.
Like taking care of themselves, they don't have meals, or they have to navigate in our area through gangs.
Like, they're not giving up.
They come there every day to learn and to do that.
Why would I be their role model, and I'm giving up? Like, this is nothing compared to what some of these children around the world are going through.
Point six, you're gonna turn left onto Marsh.
Point six.
Well, I am pleased to tell you that you are team number four.
- My God.
- Yes.
Right? Look at that Another team right there.
You guys.
- Man.
- Hey, good job.
Well, Caro and Ray, I am pleased to tell you that you are team number five! Word? Yo, that's OD.
We found a connection between each other, and now we just have to, like, figure out these little minor details that will, you know, make us more, like, in harmony.
I'm just learning so much about him, and that's a part of being in a relationship.
There we go.
Raquel and Cayla, I need to tell you that you are team number - six.
- Okay.
All right.
My God, that's amazing! Here it is Britannia.
This here? That's the arcade.
They said it's it's right here.
And all the ladies say hello Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? - Thank you so much.
- Thank you.
- Thank you, thank you, thank you.
- Thank you so much.
- Give me a high five.
- Good job.
- Thank you so much.
- Thank you.
I was supposed to give off Beyoncé? And I wasn't.
I was doing Janet.
- Donald, where's your troosers? - Long day.
Long day.
It was a super long day.
Sheri, we got to jump ahead of them.
Yeah, we feel a little bit nervous.
- Yeah.
- I think we're the final two teams, so The ladies shout as I go by Donald, where's your troosers? Four parts.
We love music, all types of music, so now it was like, "Let's go out there so they got to see us do it.
" And I knew we was more animated and alive, and that was gonna put the pressure on them.
A lady took me to a ball And I'm listening to them mess up.
I'm like, ".
" So it was definitely mind games.
We, like, Jedi mind-tricked them a little bit.
Almost there.
Lulu and Lala, you are team number seven.
Let the winds blow high, let the winds blow low.
Down the street in my kilt I go And all the ladies say hello.
Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? - Yeah! - Yes.
- Let's go.
- Thank you so much.
- Good job, guys.
- Good job, guys.
- All right, y'all.
- Good job there.
Good job.
- Good job.
- Thanks.
And we have to run to the car.
- We good, we good.
- Come on, let's don't stop.
Lady took me to a ball It was slippery on the floor I was afraid I would fall Because I didn't have on my troosers.
It was slippery in the hall, right? Worst nightmare Singing and dancing.
Dad, come on.
I believe in you.
I can do it, but this is not I-I Dad, come on.
I believe in you.
I don't know what.
Are you freaking kidding me? Worst nightmare Singing and dancing.
You got this.
You got this.
We got this.
Just got in from the Isle of Skye I'm not very big and I'm awfully shy Ladies shout as I go by.
Donald, where's your troosers? - Can you help us out? - We're lost.
We're trying to get to the University of Glasgow.
Lady took me to a ball and it was slippery in the hall I was afraid I would fall 'Cause I didn't have on my troosers.
Let the winds blow high, let the winds blow low.
Down the street in my kilt I go All the ladies say hello.
Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? Donald, where's your troosers? - Yes.
- Yes! Thank you so much.
Thank you.
Well done.
Thank you.
Sorry, guys.
Come on, Dad.
Taylor and Isaiah, you are team number eight.
My God! Let's go! Yeah.
There are two teams behind you.
There's a parking lot right up there.
If you pull in there, ask somebody that's in the parking lot.
We're lost.
We're trying to get to University of Glasgow.
We're trying to get to University Avenue - and the University of Glasgow.
- We're trying to get to the University of Glasgow.
Could we get some directions? University of Glasgow? I don't want to get emotional about it, - but I think I failed that.
- No.
Are you kidding? You just did that entire challenge.
I'm so proud of you.
Like, Dad, no.
You did it! Dad, seriously.
Dad, seriously, I'm so proud of you.
I couldn't be more prouder to have you as a dad.
- It's okay.
- No, I'm serious.
It's okay.
Let's concentrate now.
Dad, you didn't fail me.
If you can just - I think that was it, Ak.
- It wasn't M8.
This looks like a parking lot.
- Excuse me.
- Excuse me.
We need some directions.
We're trying to get to the university.
Could we? We're trying to get to the Um, if you go left here and straight up, - you get to the university.
- That's it? - University Avenue? - Yeah.
The third or fourth right would be Kingston, correct? Yup.
I just want to get through this point.
Come on, come on, come on.
Come on, come on, come on.
Please, please, please, please, please.
- What a night.
- Phil.
I thought you was gonna have to come look for us, Phil.
- Right? - You did good.
- Yeah.
- You got any energy left? - You did good.
- No, we got energy, Phil.
- Don't worry about it.
Well, you'll need the energy 'cause you're not last.
You are team number nine.
You got me crying for nothing, Phil.
I-I didn't get you crying for nothing.
We want to get you fired up.
The question I have is, can you figure out how to stay in this race? We have to, Phil.
This leg was the hardest thing I've ever done in my life, and I've done some things.
I think it was important for us to push through because we're always telling our kids to never give up.
Like, how dare I get up here in-in front of everyone and give up? So that was never crossed our mind.
We was get we was gonna get here, rain, sleet or snow.
At least we're still racing.
Let's go.
- Been a long night.
- Yes.
Unfortunately, you are the last team to arrive, and you have been eliminated from the race.
We finished in the top three yesterday, and we could have we could have done well, but I - That's okay.
- Dad.
Dad, you did amazing.
I am so happy that I did this with And she's getting married soon.
And this-this is the best experience any father could have hoped for.
Just spending this time with my dad and experiencing all these new things, like, just being competitive and goofy with him It's just been great.
We'll never forget this.
We can notforget this.
This is one of the best things we have done in our lives.
How many people can say they've done been on The Amazing Race? - Appreciate you being on the race.
- Sure.
Any time.
- Look after each other.
I'm sure you will.
- Yes, we will.
- What's going on? - This is serious.
Welcome back to the Cloisters, everybody.
I've gathered you all back here because I have a very important announcement to make.
The Amazing Racehas traveled over a million miles around the world, visited almost a hundred countries, and from day one our number one priority has been to make sure that all of you are safe.
Right now the world is dealing with the coronavirus, and in order to keep you safe, we believe the best choice for all of us is to suspend the race.
In an ideal world, the planets will align and we will pick this race back up again and hopefully have all of you starting the race again.
We understand the sacrifices that all of you have made.
I know to have you all come back and start back on this race again would be challenging.
I think what's amazing about, like, traveling the world is we meet so many people, and I think we've very quickly become a family that we didn't even know that we needed, um, in such a short amount of time.
So, I want to kick all y'all's butts later, but you're still my family.
Nobody ever on The Amazing Race has ever had an opportunity to come on the race and then go and regroup and come back better and faster than you were in the beginning.
You guys are one-of-a-kind, and we want to see you get home safe to your families.
Thank you very much.
All right! Welcome back to The Amazing Race.
So, before we were interrupted, the world was waiting for you, and I am pleased to tell you that the world is waiting for you once again.
Next time onThe Amazing Race You will notice that there are some teams missing in the lineup, so we have a few familiar faces taking their place.
Is everybody ready to restart this race? Yes.
Travel safe.
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