The Amazing Race (2001) s35e05 Episode Script

Yessir, the Pink City

Previously on
The Amazing Race
Eleven teams raced two legs
in the same day.
You are still racing. I have
your next clue. Keep on racing.
As exhaustion set in
We lost it! We lost it!
emotions came out.
"Dear Dad, I love you so much.
I hope you have
an amazing time with Smithe."
What's in the past is
in the past, and for everything
that we've done to this point,
I know he's there.
When the race tightened
at the Roadblock
- This is nerve-racking.
- My God.
There's a thousand tiles
that look like that.
Anna Leigh's call
for a partnership was ignored.
Won't be helping her again.
I tried to help Chelsea and ask
if she would help me, too,
and she totally shut me off.
Childhood friends
Robbin and Chelsea
staged an epic comeback
to win the leg.
You are team number one.
Without an Express Pass,
sisters Morgan and Lena were
on the brink of elimination.
- Maybe I skipped over it.
- I don't know.
- We're not out!
- Morgan, I'm trying!
But in the end,
winners of the first two legs,
Jocelyn and Victor,
made a shocking exit.
Jocelyn and Victor,
you've gone from first to last.
Robbin and Chelsea will be
the first to leave Vietnam
"Fly to the Pink City."
and fly more
than 2,000 miles to India.
Known as the land of diversity,
home to the world's
largest democracy,
22 official languages,
and about 1.5 billion people.
- All right.
- Okay, let's go.
Here we go.
- Pink City.
- "Fly to Pink City, Jaipur, India."
- Let's go.
- Let's go.
We went from last to first,
which was a
- I mean, that was huge morale booster.
- Yeah.
- Tan Son Nhat?
- Okay. - Thank you.
- Ready?
- Yeah. Let's go!
"Fly to the Pink City,
Jaipur, India."
Let's go.
- Let's go!
- Let's go! Let's go. Let's go.
Okay, okay, okay, let's go.
We need to get in fifth gear.
We're going to India!
- We're going to India.
- Yup. New country for both of us.
I am curious why
it's called the Pink City.
Think there's a lot
of pink buildings?
I bet it has something to
do with some, pink bricks.
- India is part of Asia.
- I know India is part of Asia.
Okay. I just wanted
to make sure that she knew that.
All right.
It says, "Enter through D1
of the international
departure terminal."
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Thank you.
- Hey, guys.
- Hey.
We made it.
We're here. We're all here.
All teams are boarding
the same flight.
On our way to Jaipur, India.
Yes, sir, the Pink City.
Let's see what it's about.

- Let's go, let's go, let's go!
- Come on. Let's go.
- Come on. Come on.
- Come on, come on, come on. - Go, go, Dad.
- Come on, Chels.
- This way. - Come on!
- Move it, Lena.
- Come on, let's go. Let's go! Let's go!
- Come on, Lena.
- Taxi! - Amber Palace?
- Go, go, go, go! - Amber Palace? Good.
- Hurry, hurry, hurry, hurry.
Amber Palace?
Amber Palace.
Open the back for our bags?
- All right.
- All right, let's do this.
- Let's go.
- Right here, right here, right here.
Let's go. Come on.
- Come on! Let's go!
- Let's go.
Teams are now headed
to the pride of Jaipur,
the Amber Palace,
a former royal residence
built from red stone and marble
high above the city.
"You should direct your taxi
to the Amber Palace,
"pick up a bundle of sugarcane,
"and carry it up the pathway
to the mahout
to receive your next clue."
We got to go
as fast, fast, fast.
We're the last one.
We got to catch up.
So right now, we are headed
- to the Amber Palace.
- Amber Palace.
Our motto since we started
is just slow and steady,
and so far, it's helped us.
Let's go.
You always feel
additional pressure
when everybody
is this close together.
We both wanted
to be on The Amazing Race
before we had
even met each other, so the fact
that we're now getting
to do it together
It's incredible.
I'm really, really excited to
see what's going on here and
and-and work as hard as we can
on this leg of the race.
- And this taxi driver slays.
- Slays.
You like the music
playing in the
background? Go, go, go, go.
You guys are the best.
But just stay
behind us, though, okay?
- No. We'll stay together.
- We'll stay together.
- No, we will move forward.
- Got to stay forward.
We will move forward.
We all just ran
from the airport.
Even though we got second place
last leg, we're just hoping
that we get there faster
than some other teams
and get a little head start.
There's Robbin and Chelsea
right there.
Even though
we came in first last leg,
we're leaving
all at the same time,
and so, we just need
to prove ourselves again.
We're a little bit nervous
about the potential
of a U-Turn coming up.
we're not in anybody's mouths
when it comes to the U-Turn.
So we have teams in front of us.
We don't have to spend time
searching for anything
'cause we'll be able to see
where everybody's kind of going.
He's getting it done
for sure, dawg.
Dude, you're the Fast & Furious,
Vin Diesel right now.
Made it.
The majority of the race
thus far, my dad and I have had
a little bit of a leg up
on everyone else,
which has helped,
having that safety net,
but knowing that all the teams
are together,
and there's a little bit
of nerves that come into play.
I've carried sugarcane before.
I've worked in
- You have?
- In Venezuela.
- What?
- I
I helped in a sugarcane field,
and we helped cut down
some sugarcane.
- Dude. We have an advantage.
- Carry it. I mean,
I feel good about this one.
Neither of us have been
to India before.
But we do like Indian food.
- We would love to come in first.
- We just want to
But more importantly,
we're trying
to get more efficient
and better at doing tasks.
Fast, fast, fast.
- Mahout.
- Mahout.
So "mahout" is a person
who looks after elephants.
So we might be doing something
with elephants.
Obviously, it'd be amazing
to win first, but it
That also puts a big target
on your back.
So if we can just be
third, second, fourth,
just to not have to worry
about fighting
for our lives every leg.
We haven't really seen anybody
else since we left the airport,
so, like,
we could be anywhere right now.
- My goodness.
- Are you kidding me?
- Ooh. Look at that.
- That is beautiful.
This palace is huge.
It's absolutely stunning.
That is incredible.
That looks like a palace.
We might have to go up in there.
My gosh. And there is
an elephant going up the hill.
Do you see that thing?

- Come on. Thank you.
- Thanks again.
- Okay. Go, Dad.
- Let's go, Joe.
This way. Come on, Malaina.
My gosh.
This is awesome.
- Right behind you, JB.
- Come on, come on, come on.
- I know what I'm doing.
- Right here, right here!
- Come on!
- That's it, that's it.
- That's it.
- Go, go, go, go, go, go.
- One bundle?
- One bundle.
Let's go. Rock and roll.
- Get in the door.
- Let's go. Open the door.
All right.
So we got to carry it.
What does it say?
- Are we sure it's this way?
- Morning. - Morning.
- We got to get the courtyard first.
- I think this is the way.
- You got it?
- There we go, Smithe.
- To the left.
- Right here.
How heavy is it, Smithe?
It's not too bad.
- Let's go. Let's go. Let's go, guys.
- Which way? Hurry, hurry, hurry.
Everyone's running, Dad.
My God. There's an elephant.
My God.
- Let's go!
- Yeah!
- This is hard.
- I need to walk for a minute.
- Come on, Dad.
- Coming, girl.
- You want me to take part of it?
- No.
Big steps.
All right, Lena, let's go.
Let's just be slow and steady.
The sugarcane weight is
not too bad.
Just a steep, uphill climb.
Come on, Dad.
Come on. Hurry up.
- Sugarcane.
- Let's go. There's four.
- Let's go.
- It's not that heavy.
I mean,
we can put it on our shoulders.
That's it. Okay?
- I think it's this way?
- Yeah.
- And we're going all the way up there?
- I think so.
You think all these people
are already here?
I think so, yeah.
- I'm tired.
- You got this, Smithe. Steady pace.
It was all cute in the
beginning. We were running?
The run up that hill
started as a run.
Yeah, it started as run.
Quickly turned
into a speed walk,
and then, ultimately, fell
- into a regular walk.
- Yeah, definitely.
But all the other teams
did the same,
so we were happy about that.
- We are close.
- Push.
Andrea, we're getting behind.
Got to push.
- You there, Smithe?
- Come on, Dad.
You got to go at my pace.
- Pushing.
- Want to run?
- I can't right now.
- Okay.
Come on, Dad. Hey, they're
running. Can you run a little?
- Go slow.
- That is so cool.
Can we go around the elephants?
Come on, Liam.
It was definitely interesting
walking around
with these elephants,
and especially,
they're trying to, like,
- take our sugarcane from us.
- Yeah.
I think
he really wanted our sugarcane.
Getting some altitude.
Yeah. Getting up there.
All right,
we got to find the mahout.
- Come on. There it is.
- Go ahead.
It's got to be him
in the purple shirt.
We're almost there.
- I see it.
- Come on, Dad.
Start running. Come on.
Hello, my friend.
- Are you the mahout?
- We're here?
- Yes.
- Okay.
Here you go.
Thank you so much.
Thank you.
We're here. Give it.
Thank you. Come on.
Thank you.
"Who is feeling balanced?"
The Bhavai folk dance
was inspired
by the amazing physical feat
of women
carrying heavy jugs of water
enormous distances
back to their villages.
It's now a performance.
The best can move gracefully
with up to nine pots
precariously balanced
on their heads.
This Roadblock literally hangs
in the balance
as teams attempt
to keep three from falling
while following
a short, choreographed routine.
- Me. I'll read it.
- Yeah.
- I am.
- Ashlie's doing the Roadblock.
- You. Chelsea.
- I'll do it.
I'm feeling balanced.
I'm gonna do this one.
"Who's feeling balanced?"
- I got this.
- Over here.
- Let's go, Morgan. This is it!
- Come on.
- I got it. Yeah.
- You got it? You feeling balanced?
Ooh. Good job. Thank you.
Hi. Thank you. Namaste.
Andrea gonna do it.
I'm gonna do the Roadblock.
- This way. It's is up here.
- This way?
- Go. Go, Dad.
- Okay.
"Find your costume." There's
Here. Costumes there.
Come on. There it is.
Look how cute this place is.
Putting on a costume.
- Thank you so much.
- Costumes?
They all the same?
Just these,
or the dress, as well?
Having all the teams
at the Roadblock
at the same time
is stressful because
you have to perform
at your very best
and your errors are limited.
You instructor? Okey dokey.
- Thank you. Thank you, sir.
- Thank you.
- Here we go.
- That's a Roadblock, baby.
"Who's feeling balanced?"
- I'm feeling balanced.
- You're feeling balanced?
I'm feeling balanced.
I can feel balanced. You've
done your balancing already.
- Okay. You sure?
- Yeah.
All right, let's do it. Ready?
I knew I was a little lae
to get up to the Roadblock,
but felt pretty confident
in my rhythm.
I like to bust a move.
Back in high school and colleg,
I did a little bit
of breakdancing.
I always loved going
to dances with Johnny 'cause
he'd be the guy who's, like,
there's a big dance circle,
and he's the one
busting it down in the middle.
I'm ready to start.
So we had to go and dress up
in a little outfit
and put a donut on our head
and three bowls.
Two, three.
And then, we had to learn
the steps for this dance.
Never danced like that.
In Texas, we go two-stepping,
and so, I feel like just, like,
gliding and balancing
and kind of just going with
- It kind of comes natural.
- Yeah.
- Okay? Done?
- Okay. Let me try.

- Five, six, seven, eight.
- One, two, three, four.
- Balance.
- Let's go. Let's go.
I want to learn the dance,
and then I'll put this on after.
I could practice
without it first?
- Okay, let's go.
- Yes.
When I was actually practicing,
I was like, "Let me
practice the actual hand moves".
And then,
once that was complete,
then practiced it
with the pots,
which I think helped.
I'm gonna feel the rhythm.
Okay. One.
- Two, three, four.
- Two, three, four.
- One, two, three, four.
- One, two, three, four.
Good. I did?
Okay. Um, yes.
Okay, I'm going.
So I'm really competitive
because I played volleyball
in undergrad,
and we learned
if you ain't first, you're las.
So, I memorized
the step numbers
and I memorized the order.
So I said, "You know what?
I have to go and just try it."

Get it, girl.
Six, seven.
Nine, ten.
One, two, three.
No, no.
Try again. Thank you.
Okay, I think I'm gonna try it.
Eight, nine.
- Six, seven, eight, nine.
- Seven, eight.
One, two, three.
The routine, I got like that.
It was easy. I figured it out.
I just couldn't find that spot
on my head where it would stay.
This is tough. Um, I don't have
very good head balance, I guess.
Moving your body
without moving your neck
it was definitely
I got better.
That was better.
Let's go, Andrea!
You got this.

- Get it, Andrea.
- Come on, Andrea.
- This is stressful.
- Keep it up.
My gosh.
- My God. That's so hard.
- I'm dying.
How in the world
are you going that fast?
- Seven, eight, nine.
- Three, four.
- Ten, 11.
- Five, six.
This feels real wobbly,
but I'm trusting her.
- My God. That's so hard.
- Okay, I got this.

Let's go.
- Well done. Beautiful dancing.
- There you go, Anna Leigh.
- No.
- Thank you so much.
This is unreal.
Over the last three legs,
there's one team
that has really been running
the race well, and that team is
Steve and Anna Leigh. They've
just been dominating the race.
We just feel like
we need to get rid of them
before we get to the end.
"Make your way on foot
to Panna Meena ka Kund"
- "Panna Meena"
- "to find your next clue."
Teams will make
their Detour decision
here at Panna Meena ka Kund.
This striking 16th century
architectural marvel
is not only amazing to look at,
but an ingenious way
of collecting water regardless
of the fluctuating level.
- "Panna Meena"
- Go. Go, go, go.

- Stop, stop, stop.
- Thank you very much.

- Stop, stop, stop.
- Nope.
No, you're having just
one pitcher on your head.
- You have to get three.
- Three.
- Yes.
- Where did my third one go? Okay.
Thank you.
Almost, man.
Almost, almost.
Come on, Chelsea!
That's okay.
Thank you very much.
Back to the line.

- Beautiful dancing.
- Mighty job.
We have a special gift for you.
- Thank you.
- Mighty job.
Appreciate it. Thank you.
- Awesome!
- Great job!
I'm getting it.
So far, two teams
have already left.
Um, it seems like
Ashlie's just practicing
and practicing and practicing.
At some point,
you just got to try.
Look at all these goats.
Mom's happy.
That's a mama goat. Excuse me?
- Panna Meena ka Kund?
- There.
The big the big one?
Okay. Thank you.
Come on, Dad.
A little hustle and bustle.
Come on, Morgan.

Beautiful dancing.
Good job, you guys.
- Geez, Louise.
- Okay, Morgan.
- Let's get out of here.
- All right.
- Let's go.
- All right. I'm trying.
I'm going for it.
I'm gonna try it.
People are getting
their third, fourth try
when we haven't even
tried it once, so,
this is stressing me out.
What is Ashlie doing?
All right, I'll try it.
With the way I usually approach
any type of a dance challenge
is it needs to be close
to perfect as possible.
And so, I don't like
to jump into it, like,
getting judged until I'm like,
"No, I I got it."
- You got this, girl.
- You try and do this.
- You got this, girl.
- My God. This is gonna be hard.
Ian, you got this.
Let's go, Ian.
Beautiful. Ian, you got this.
Let's go, baby.
You got it, girl.
No, no.
Try again. Thank you.

So, while Yeremi was doing
this Roadblock, I was just
watching him do it and just
so grateful that it wasn't me.
'Cause I know
how much he hates dancing.
- Please stop.
- And I hate dancing worse,
but he can balance
and I can't, so
I've been doing it,
and I'm, like,
trying to focus,
but I was like,
"Maybe you smile."
And I'm, like
He has a weird,
serial-killer smile on
that entire time.
It's so dumb.
I was like, "You're probably
freaking the judge out."
Stop the music.
No, no. Try again. Thank you.
- Almost, man.
- This is rough.
How did Anna Leigh get it
so quickly?

- It's all right, Corey.
- It's all right.
It's all right, Corey.
They were going so fast.
Seeing Corey struggle,
I was like, "".
They're a pretty good team.
To see them being frontrunners
this whole time and then
seeing him, like, so stiff
- Unreal.
- I'm not gonna lie it felt kind of good to me.
Come on, Andrea.
You got this, girl.
Come on, Andrea.
You know the moves.
Good job, Andrea!
Beautiful dancing.
- Thank you so much.
- You're welcome.
Good job, Andrea! Yes! Yes! Yes!
Don't give up. You got this.
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.
- Very nice. Yes.
- Yes, yes, yes!
Yes, girlfriend.
Panna Meena ka Kund? This way?
- By, by On the steps. Down.
- Got it.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
Hey! Hey. Did
you guys find it?
- No, not This way.
- So, this way?
Yeah. Good job. Good job.
Morgan and Lena are
a team that have placed
kind of near
Greg and I the first two legs.
And seems like when we have
proximity, we end up
trying to work together.
Did anyone else get it?
No. That's why we got
to hurry up before they see us.
Also, they're Franklins, too.
We're all Franklins.
We all have
the same last name. Yeah.
- The Franklin siblings.
- Yeah.
Let's go, Franklin.
Franklin siblings! ♪
Steve and Anna Leigh
they're probably
- upside the mat already.
- Right?
Panna Meena ka Kund?
This way.
Look for the clue box.
There it is, Dad. Come on.
Whoa! Look at that!
Look at these ladies.
"All Dolled Up
or The Big Picture?"
Puppet theater has been used
to keep history alive
for more than 5,000 years.
The most famous form of puppetry
in India is known as Kathputli,
vibrantly dressed,
stringed marionettes.
This Detour requires teams
to make two of them
a king and a queen
made of wooden torsos,
arms stuffed with cotton,
decorative robes and headwear,
along with string.
Once they're ready
for the stage,
they must dangle them
from 12 feet
and make them dance.
Rajput art dates back thousands
of years, distinguished
by its bright colors
and abstract form.
It was used to adorn palace
and temple walls.
This Detour requires teams
to bring a masterpiece to life
by incorporating themselves into
the scene, wearing costumes,
and finding
the correct characters
to match the example
at their station.
Some of the differences
are tricky to spot.
But if they can properly imitae
art, they'll be handed a clue.
Think the doll. "Choose one
of the marked rickshaws
on the street outside
of the main entrance."
What's a rickshaw?
Okay? All right, let's go.
Good job. Good job.
Yes. Yes. ♪
- Let's go, Yeremi! Let's go!
- Thank you, sir.
Yes. Yes. It's all
great. That was crazy.
- That was crazy.
- Didn't know
I shaked
my tail feather like that.
Let's go, Big Smithe.

My head, I think,
is a little funny shape,
so, the doughnut didn't really
fit properly on my head.
Made it challenging to, like,
not let the pots fall
But note that
it fit fine for everybody else
who competed in that challenge.
Your view was good
from the cheap seats?

Nice try. You got this.
I'm gonna go practice
a few more times.
I didn't feel like I was ready,
so I thought
it'd be a waste of my time
to stand in that line.
I'm just gonna practice
a few more times.
Ooh! Let's get some, baby.
I feel like
she's, like, right there.
She's doing a great job.
I'm glad she's in the game now,
and she's playing.
She's going for it.
Yeah, baby!
- Beautiful dancing.
- Thank you so much.
- Thank you.
- Good job, baby!
Thank you. Hi.
- Let's go.
- Let's go.
- Here we go.
- There's our next clue right there.
- This is it, though.
- My gosh.
- So cool.
- Let's go, Morgan.
Let's go, let's go, let's go.
- Want to do it?
- Yeah.
"Detour. All Dolled Up
or The Big Picture."
- What do you want to do?
- This seems like
it's one thing
The Big Picture, but
Which one are you guys doing?
We're gonna do The Big Picture.
- Do you want to do it together?
- Yeah, we could.
Okay, let's go.
We'll do it together.
We're gonna do Big Picture.
- Yeah. Let's get it quick.
- Let's go. Let's go.
Let's go.

Yes! So good!
Okay, so, I have a surprise.
- Yeah!
- Yes! Ian, yes!
- I got it. I got it.
- I got it. Go.

Bravo! Bravo!
Beautiful dancing!
That's it. That's it.
- Get it, Smithe!
- Thank you so much.
- You keep this
- I love your mustache.
- I'm going for that.
- I love your
- Well done, Smithe. Let's go.
- All right, we're out.
- You can't let them pass us.
- We got to hurry.
Man, this is tough.
All right. I'm trying.
I feel like
I'm a really intense competitor.
I'm a very competitive person.
So to be, by far,
the worst at something
wasn't fun.
But I'm gonna stick with it
no matter what.
I'm gonna make it happen.

Stop, stop, stop. Try again.
I got this.
I'll figure it out.
This is it. It's a cow.
- Stay there, cow.
- Yeah.
Right there, Malaina.
Come on. Come on.
- Beautiful.
- Beautiful. There you go.
- We made it.
- Go for it.
I think The Big Picture.
- Yeah, I think The Big Picture.
- Okay.
Go. Come on, Malaina.
All right, now.
He said straight and then left.
My God, how beautiful is this?
- I think Big Picture.
- I think Big Picture.
- We're gonna do Big Picture.
- Okay.
We chose
to do the mural because
Puppet had performing
in it, and I was kind of
- done with performing for the day.
- Performed out. Yeah.
We got another team here.
Good job, guys.
- Good job.
- Thank you guys. Good job, ladies.
That's incredible.
- We're The Big Picture.
- All right. Okay.
I bet you it's up there.
I don't know. Right here?
I don't know.
Don't say anything.
Pretend like you don't see 'em.
This way. This way, guys?
Which way?
This way?
Ooh, they didn't help.
Since day one, we have been
just keeping our eyes
on every single team.
Robbin and Chelsea
they're in it to win it.
They don't want to help anyone.
We know that U-Turn is coming,
and so, we do have a few teams
that we're eyeing.
- All right, let's just bust this out.
- All right.

I just can't get it
to stay on my head.
Dad was the former head coach
for the Washington School
for the Deaf football team.
Better, better. Thank you.
Thank you. I'm feeling better.
On the right track, at least.
Look at the pigs.
- Look at the pig.
- Look at the baby pig.
It's cute.
Want to do The Big Picture?
- I think so.
- All right, we're gonna do The Big Picture.
Come on, let's go.
- Good job, boys.
- Yeah, boys. Good job.
Good job, guys.
Look at this, Ian.
We're going to Mughal Garden.
- Okay, let's go.
- I don't know. Let's go.
We can do the mural.
Okay, we're doing
The Big Picture.
- "Make your way"
- Let's go. Let's go, let's go.

Bravo. Bravo.
Beautiful dancing.
Thank you.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
It was just such a good feeling
to be done, and then,
it immediately switched
from, "Holy cow, I did this,"
to "We got some catching up
to do."
Game plan is catch-up.
Anything can happen.
It's The Amazing Race.
This is awesome.
"All Dolled Up or Big Picture."
I'm thinking the dolls.
Okay, we're gonna
do All Dolled Up.
- Fort Amber.
- Here we are. Here we are.
Thank you.
- Come on.
- Come on, girl.
Lakshmi Villa's inside
the Jaigarh Fort.
- Very
- It's got to be this way.
- Lakshmi Villas, Dad. Come on.
- You see it?
This way.
This is so cool.

There's a workstation
right there. Come on.
Watch a sample.
Watch how they're doing it.
Okay, so it's the arms first,
then the little necklace.
They only wrap it around
one time,
and then they hammer it in.
I haven't done any arts
and crafts in a long time.
Okay, let's get our tools.
We had to use the tools
that we had at our station
and make sure that we were
copying the right doll
that the puppeteers were makin.
I noticed we were doing
two different puppets.
We had to stuff
their arms full of cotton
and make all their clothes.
We just tried
to go back and forth
and pay attention to details.
Don't break his head off.
Girls are right ahead of us.
No mistakes the rest of the leg,
and we're cruising.
Thank you.
Come on, Lena.
- There.
- Follow the girls? - Yup.
Here we go.
All right. All right.
Got to make a decision quick.
Where is the example?
This is the example.
All right, let's start here.
She has a lyre.
He has a thingie with a spear.
So there were
life-size murals.
One, two, three spears,
a thing on her nose.
And you were looking
for the same images
that you saw
in the little picture.
Once you thought
that you had the mural right,
then you would have
to get dressed
and become a part of the mural.
- He's got a sword.
- He's got a sword.
Let's do these one this one?
All right,
so we got what we need.
I'm gonna get the guy
on the horse.
There was a huge mural
when you first walked in,
and then there was
a small little picture
of that same mural,
but the mural
had some missing people, props,
certain things that we needed
to add to the mural.
No. Okay.
The elephant's there.
Dark beard.
- Where is the woman?
- I think it's this one.
- It's one, two, three.
- Okay.
- I don't think he's wearing white.
- But okay, let's go see.
- Can only carry one prop at a time.
- I know.
- Let's just get one.
- Yup. Okay.
All right.
Let's go, baby.
- Bust it out.
- Bust it out.
So we need to find a station.
- All right.
- This is lighter.
Yeah, let's do the yellow one.
I think we are the people.
Remember, they're holding
black and white items.
Okay. So let's get these items.
- Okay.
- All right.

Puppets look like
Elvis Presley so far.
But we're gonna doll 'em up
a little bit more.
Hey, Dad, on the little dress,
put it up through
the bottom of the body.
Put the dress underneath
the necklace thing
and use that red string
in the back to pull it tight.
- Are you listening, Dad?
- I'm trying to.
Put the body
where your hand is.
Nail it in front
and hammer it in.
- You want to take it back?
- We got to take this back?
- No, no, no, that's perfect.
- No, it's not perfect.
You're hitting it awfully hard.
I really don't want you
to break him.
Make sure that this is right.
I don't want to mess it up.
- See that?
- Okay!
I told you. I told you.
I'm not
I'm not doing it.
I can't even talk right now,
my finger hurts so bad.
Good Lord.
Let's get our last guy,
and then I think we're good.
- Then we think we're good?
- Yeah.
Let's go. In the box. In
the box, in the box, in the box.
- Okay, look, we got costumes. Yeah.
- True. True. True.
- Let's get to work.
- All right. Let's do it.
This is a girl's top,
so you wear the man's stuff.
- That's a boy Wear it. Just wear it.
- Of course.
- But where's our boy?
- That's him.
That is definitely him,
but it's not him.
We're looking for a guy
who's just, like
It's not here,
unless there's another area.
- Are there other stations?
- You mean with props?
Yeah, yeah, let's check.
Did you go
to any other stations?
This was the only one, right?
- Morgan, there's more over here.
- That's what happened. Okay.
- All right.
- Let's walk this way.
- I see our dude.
- This might be.
- This guy is better.
- Better.
There was a whole other section
on the other side of the palace
that had just an infinite amout
of characters and props
that we weren't using.
I need to check the other side.
This is so cool.
"All Dolled Up
or The Big Picture."
All right, we're gonna do
All Dolled Up.
We need
to make up some time, so,
we figured,
"All right, building things
or something that we think we
can accomplish pretty quickly."
This is it, baby.
You got it, girl.
Orange. This is all orange.
- Okay.
- Okay? Let's get going.
Malaina, come in here.
There's a lot of stuff.
I want to say,
is he dark like this, or
- He wasn't dark.
- Okay.
'Cause that dark room
was all on the other side.
- All right.
- He's not dark.
And then, let's look down here.
There's stuff
over here, too, Malaina.
There's a lot of stuff.
- No, this needs to go to the back.
- Go around this way.
- I have, like, a I have one earring.
- Yeah.
- Yeah. Yeah.
- It's on the other side.
- Any wristbands?
- No. No
- Yeah, I have one.
- Yeah, she has two.
- She has two? Yeah.
- Yeah. - Get in there.
- Okay.
- This
- Guard.
- Okay, let's go.
Can you pull it, Lena?
I can't see it.
Sorry, guys. We're just gonna
There it is, there's the spot.
- That's us.
- Right here.
- Okay.
- Let's drop our stuff.
Can we get a check?
Look at me.
- All right.
- Okay, Morgan, check me. Check me. Check me.
I'm ready when you are.
- Yeah. Can we get a check?
- Check?
- No. - No.
- No. Okay.
- All right?
- All right.
- Debugging time.
- Yeah. Debugging time, baby.
As soon as the photographer
said no the first time,
Johnny said,
"All right, time to debug."
And that's exactly
what we had to do.
So you have your bracelets on?
Yeah, I have my bracelets on.
It's something that
we're both familiar with
because we've both been
software engineers
and studied computer science,
and there are times you spend
hours on a piece of code
and the computer tells you,
"That was wrong. Try again."
We were pretty confident
we'd figure out
what needed to be done.
- He's good. We know him.
- He's good.
- We know him. He's good.
- He's good.
- Here?
- Yes, here.
- Is it this way?
- Thank you, my friend.
- Okay.
- This looks like the gardens.
Boys, what are you doing?
- We're doing gardens.
- Okay. Same.
Todd and Ashlie
we knew that they wanted
to do the same thing.
Go, go, go, go, go!
On the clue,
it did say that there was only
six available stations,
and that once they're all full,
they're full,
you have to go
and do the other Detour.
So we immediately
are in a footrace
with the New York boys.
Are you sure this is it?
- No.
- Garden?
- This way.
- Are you serious?
We're in this maze,
not knowing where we're going.
- This way.
- Garden?
Yup. We got it.
- Garden? That's it.
- That's it. That's it.
Ian, we need a workstation.
We got to find a station.
There's a ton of stuff
over there.
Right here.
Okay. Take your bag off.
We did it.
- Okay.
- Do you think they're already taken?
Yeah, they're all taken, my guy.
- You guys got the last one?
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- All right.
- You guys should go to the other one.
- Yup.
All right, we got to go
to the other one, babe.
They're all taken.
We finally find it.
They find it first,
and they found the last one,
so it's awful.
And we have to switch Detours.
- They're all taken.
- We got to go to the other one.
They're all taken.
We got to go to the other one.
Son of a biscuit.
It was kind of a punch
in the gut because
you have your mind set
on this Big Picture Detour.
You kind of know
what you're gonna do.
You kind of have a game plan,
and then,
boom, last second,
it's taken away from you.
Ladies, ladies.
Okay, I got
to fix his head a little bit
and nail that bad boy down.
Our arms are a little bit loose.
You have to really pull
that tight and set those nails.
All right. Check?
- It's good? Thank you.
- Beautiful.
"If the puppeteer approves
your work,
they will direct you
to the puppet theater."
- Puppet theater?
- Okay. We're going to puppet theater.

All right. I can do this part.
Look at your puppet.
You got it, Dad!
Thank you. Namaste.
- Go.
- We're ready.
"Take your rickshaw
to your next Pit Stop
at Gatore Ki Chhatriyan."
Jaipur has arguably
more places of interest
for tourists to visit than
anywhere else in Northern India.
This exquisite complex
of temples
and tombs is one of them
Gatore Ki Chhatriyan.
Teams will get
to see it up close
when they arrive here
at the Pit Stop
and are greeted
by a sadhu holy man.
The last team to check in here
will be eliminated.
- Let's go.
- Let's go. Let's go.
I didn't see
a single other team.
We got to find our rickshaw.
There he is.
- Let's go.
- Let's go. Good job.
See, that's a girl.
Gregory, this guy has a feather.
- Is this What's that, a feather?
- No.
It is definitely wrong.
When we first found
the characters, we didn't think
that there were
that little of differences.
We thought, like,
"Okay, well, this guy
"is the one with the mustache,
and has the arrows in the back,
so we're just gonna grab him
and go and put 'em on there."
This guy has
an admiral thing on.
- Which one?
- This guy.
It wasn't until we started
to look a little bit closer
and find out that one guy had,
like, an emblem on his shirt.
No. John, you're so right.
You're so right.
- Yeah.
- You're so right. Get that out. Get that out.
There were so many
little details
that we didn't find
the first time.
So let's go this way?
He's got two stripes on there.
- What?
- He's got two stripes on his hat.
Okay. All right.
Come on, Morgan.
Let's hustle.
We're almost done, Lena.
Here's our boy.
All right, that's our boy.
That's our boy.
That's definitely him.
- All right, this is it, baby.
- This is it, baby.
- This is it, baby.
- This is it, baby. This is it.
- Let's fly, baby.
- All right, Lena.
- Yes! - Hey.
- Yeah, there we go.
My God.
Thank you.
- Thank you. Thank you.
- Thank you so much.
The last team to check in will
be freakin' eliminated.
- This way.
- Let's go!
- This way to the right.
- Okay.

My daughter would love this
right now.
Ruby, when I get home,
I will buy you one of these.
'Cause I certainly don't know
if I can make one.
Choose a workstation
close to the demo.
We got rocks, we got hammers,
we got a bunch of stuff.
- Okay.
- Let's watch.
Now we got the mustachios here.
Are we doing one?
So there's one girl, one boy.
That's what it is.
So we're gonna
build the man first
'cause he's got a beard
and a mustache, which we like.
Putting the lotuses together,
I really needed
another set of hands
to help me hold stuff
as I tied it on.
So I feel like it's just better
if we just do one at a time,
work together.
But don't stab me.
Okay, we got the man done.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Good job!
We must be getting close.
There it is.
There you go. Thank you, sir.
Appreciate you.
All right, let's go.
- Come on, Dad, come on, Dad.
- I'm coming.
I got to get loose.
Loosen up.
On the mat. Beautiful.
- Namaste.
- Namaste.
- Namaste.
- Welcome in Jaipur, India.
Thank you so much.
It's beautiful. Thank you.
Steve and Anna Leigh,
do you have any idea
where you're at?
We haven't seen anybody,
so we very well could be first
or we could be dead last.
How about
I give you first place?
- Finally!
- Well, when I say,
"give it to you,"
you guys earned it today.
I am pleased to tell you
that as the winners
of this leg of the race,
you have won $3,000 each,
which you can enjoy
after the race.
That'll come in handy.
- Yeah.
- How do you feel?
- It feels great.
- We've been
We've worked hard,
and I feel like our
what we've trained for
has come into play.
I do need to tell you
that sometime before
the next leg of the race,
there is going to be
that U-Turn vote.
This U-Turn vote
is a mandatory vote.
You must vote to slow down
another team, force them
to perform
both sides of the Detour.
You'll be able
to do the vote anonymously.
No one will know
who you voted for.
Obviously, you're not gonna
know who's voted for you
- either, if they do vote for you.
- Yeah. We know it's coming.
Hopefully, even
if we do get U-Turned,
we can be fast and efficient
either way.
You know, going into this,
I knew that we had the skills
to perform well.
- Yeah.
- But you never know who your competition is gonna be.
And not being the fastest,
- not being the strongest.
- Strongest.
You know, we play off each other
really well.
This is our second time
winning first. It's a catch-22.
There's gonna be a mandatory
U-Turn, and
we know we've got a target
on our back.
We're just gonna keep doing
the best we can do.
That's right.
Let's get started on the woman.
Fold it in half
and she nailed it right there.
Okay. So it's just
to help the dress
- stay flowing.
- Have have some volume.
- You know
- That's the first time
I've ever said, "Let's make sure
the dress has volume."
He only says that
about his beard, typically.
Just the headdress.
And my pants fell off.
Well, not mine, but
- Yup. Okay.
- All this.
We saw Joel and Garrett,
Todd and Ashlie.
I felt
so relieved to see other teams.
We're still in this thing.
There's hope.
This is where
we make sure we focus
on our attention to detail,
get this done, and
we get it done right, and let's
try and make up some ground.
So without communicating
about it, my dad and I
went into a system that
we're each gonna be working
on our own doll here
'cause they're both different,
so there's gonna be some
different pieces.
This is a time when we're
gonna rely on kind of
the learned,
nonverbal communication
that we've got with each other.
If I could stop hitting
my own thumb, that'd be sick.
See him? There he is. Phil.
All right.
- Greg and John.
- Yeah.
- Breaking out into a sweat right now.
- I know, right?
Rest easy. You are team
number two. Congratulations.
- Yes! We'll take it.
- We'll take that. We'll take that.
This is awesome. You're right
at the top of the pack.
Thank you.
- Should I pound that a little bit tighter?
- I don't know.
- Let's just get it checked.
- Let's go check.
- Yes! Yes!
- Yeah.

All right. Yeah.
This is cool.
Yes! Thank you, my friend.
We felt pretty confident.
With where we were standing.
Thank you so much.
Todd and Ashlie
I think
they might have been working
on their own puppets,
which might have held them bac,
because in the end,
even though
we got there after them,
we ended up completing it
before them.
That was such a good feeling.
Our rickshaw.
You remember where it is?
They already got it?
Gosh dang.
What are you doing, Joe?
I'm getting something green.
- Let's go, Yeremi.
- I'm right behind you, baby.
- Ooh! I got it, Morgan.
- What?
No, no. Does he have a pin?
He doesn't have a pin.
He doesn't have a pin.
- Morgan, he doesn't have a pin.
- What? What, is that a pin?
- Or is it open like that?
- He doesn't have a pin.
Okay, okay, grab him.
- Come on. We got this.
- Let's get out of here.
I don't want
to do this again ♪
- Yeah, baby.
- So let the judge begin. ♪
Just making sure.
No. This is it. This is it.
This is wrong. This has Look.
He has to have
Come over here, Malaina.
He has to have an X.
- So, come on.
- All right, let's go.
- Let's go. The details.
- Check.
- No.
- Hey!
Okay. Yeah,
let's look one more time.
No, it's That one is correct.
What about this gentleman?
He is correct.
- Let's go.
- Hustle. Hustle. Hustle.
Check, please.
We're really hoping this is
what's wrong with our photo.
We're pretty certain it is.
I think we're good.
- No.
- My God. Okay.
I mean, Lena, I don't
I don't know.
I just feel like we're so close.
Right here, right here.
Right here.
This is it. This is it.
Okay. Yes, that's the X.
- Yes, that is X.
- All right.
So we're good. Check.
- Yes. - Yes! Thank you, Lord.
- Thank you, God.
Thank you so much. Thank you.
- Should we get a check?
- Yep.
Could we get a check?
Thank you so much.
My hands are shaking.
Please, please, please.
- Yeah!
- Yeah! All right. All right. Cool.

Yeah! All right.
Thank you so much.
Appreciate it.
Thank you.
Anything can happen.
Dream is still alive.
I just feel like there's no use
in being negative.
I need a blue.
What kind of sash?
- Okay, Liam.
- Look,
we have two different types.
Well, one of us has to be
- this guy, one of us has to be that.
- Yeah, yeah, okay.
- Doesn't matter.
- Wait. So I'm the woman?
- Yes.
- Okay.
- So you have these bracelets.
- I have two blue bracelets.
I'll be the woman.
Are we for real? Hey, man,
if it doesn't come off,
they can cut it off me.
- Okay, this is yours.
- I have a sword.
- I have a feather. Okay.
- There you go.
Let me
- Does that hurt?
- No.
All right. Good?
- Yeah.
- All right, we're gonna try and get a check.
Good news, please.
Give me some good news.
- Okay.
- Yes! Thank you, thank you, thank you.

- Yes!
- Yes!
Thank you.
"Take your rickshaw
to the next Pit Stop at.
"Gatore Ki Chhatriyan." Last
team to check in will eliminate.
Okay, so, let's take our pieces,
and we don't stick 'em
until we're sure
we know exactly
what we're missing.
- All right, Lena.
- Yes?
He's got bayonet, water.
- Morgan, those are all right.
- They're all right.
I think we should
go do puppeteering.
Okay, Lena,
just two seconds, okay?
Let's just try one more time.
I think the people are fine.
I think it's us.
You need more slack here
'cause it needs
to be coming down,
and this needs to be
- tucked in.
- Tucked in.
I hope that
that is what's wrong.
If not, then we're leaving.
We had made a rule
at 25 minutes
at a Detour, if we have not,
like, finished it,
- we need to leave.
- So what did we do?
- We stayed there for two hours.
- Over two hours.
Please, tell us we're right.
I let my ego get too big
'cause I'm like,
"Okay, it's just one thing,
we're gonna figure it out."
And it just was eating,
eating, eating the time.
- No.
- Okay, let's leave.
It was really unfortunate
that we didn't follow
the rules that
we made for ourselves.
- We-we just can't get approved.
- We can't get approved.
Please, tell us we're right.
- No.
- Okay, let's leave.
We just had to hope
that by the time we chose to go
to the other Detour,
that we would be able to
complete it at lightning speed.
- Hustle.
- Okay.
Puppeteers is
all the way on the other side.
Rest this cutlass
on your shoulder.
- This?
- Yes, like that.
And then I have my banjo and
I'm standing back there. Okay.
- Okay.
- Can we get a check?
- No. - No.
- Check?
Is he sweating this much
in the picture?
- No.
- No?
- This one?
- Yeah, it has to be.
We got this.
Everybody's gone.
- Okay, Lena, we got to do this fast.
- Where is the example?
When we got to the puppeteers,
we were actually pretty certain
we were at the back of the pac.
So we were like, "Okay,
let's do what we do best."
We knew we had to hustle.
We can do that. Let's do that.
Morgan, she's doing it
right now.
Stop, stop, stop.
We have to watch this.
- We can do that.
- She's tying a piece of ribbon around.
Dude, we should have came here.
I know. Okay, Lena,
can we just do it?
It's okay. It's okay.
It's okay. I'm all good.
- Okay.
- Place the ribbon around. Now I know.
But how does she
My God. My God.
Come on, come on, come on.
- My goodness!
- Joel and Garrett,
I am pleased to tell you
you're on the podium, top three.
- No!
- What?! Are you kidding me?
My gosh.
I cannot believe that.
- We did it, Smithe. We worked our way our way up.
- My God.
- You see them?
- Yes.
Another team?
Come on in, guys.
- You made it.
- I made it.
- Hi, Phil.
- Andrea and Malaina. My goodness.
You know what? I'm gonna
let you guys tell 'em.
I am pleased to tell you
that you are team number four.
- Boy. I think I might lose my job.
- Hey.
- Good job.
- There he is.
- Welcome to the mat, you guys.
- Welcome to the mat.
- Baby, yes.
- Welcome to the mat. - Yes.
- Yes.
- Don't do it, Phil.
Don't do it to us.
- Don't eliminate you?
- Don't eliminate us.
- No, please don't.
- Don't show us that eyebrow, not yet.
Please tell them
what place they're in.
- Ashlie and Todd?
- Yeah?
You're team number
- five.
- Five!
Whoa! That's exciting, right?
I did not expect that.
Being locked out
of the Big Picture Detour
was a huge blessing in disguise.
- I am shocked.
- I am, too.
Look at this.
Do we have another team?
- Yes.
- Look at that.
Please tell them
what place they're in.
You are team number six!
Bring it in,
bring it in, bring it in.
Just to be here after five legs
means you're top shelf.
I do need to tell you, sometime
before the next leg of the race,
there's going to be
a mandatory U-Turn vote.
- It's a blind vote.
- Sneaky, sneaky.
The plot thickens,
yeah, for sure.
You have to think very carefully
about this vote.
- We get to keep racing.
- Yeah. - Cool.
Like this, right, Rob?
Everybody do this.
There we go.
- So, you have the sash.
- Yep.
- So, maybe I put the sash on?
- Okay.
Do you think
our earrings are backwards?
- I don't think that matters.
- I don't think that matters.
We need a check.
- Boys, what'd you change?
- Very good.
They're not gonna tell us, man.
- Thanks, guys.
- Any insight, boys?
- Thank you, sir. Thank you.
- Just keep trying, man.
It's really, just keep trying.
All right. Good luck, guys.
Okay. So bad.
We're last.
I don't know what to do.
Bring it in.
Robbin and Chelsea
running it in.
- Yes.
- You're team number seven.
- Seven? Cool.
- Seven?
- Okay, okay. All right.
- Okay. We'll take it.
- Congratulations, you guys.
- Thanks. - Thank you.
I think mine is okay.
- Do you need help?
- No.
Like, we just got
to get out of here.
This is gonna go like this
and you're gonna tie.
- Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.
- Okay.
- I'm just gonna fold it and make it nice.
- Lena.
I know. I mean,
I'm going as fast as I can.
- Sorry. Sorry.
- Please,
- watch the out.
- Don't come that close to me when
I have a needle in my hand.
- I'm sewing.
- I was trying to help you.
You can't help somebody that has
a huge needle and thread.
Well, you're sewing
in a stupid way, Lena.
- That's not how you sew.
- It's fine!
I really think our guys
- are right. Don't you?
- Yeah.
Maybe this?
- What?
- He has this going on here.
What's that? Right there.
That's it, that's it.
Go up the steps. Go, go, go.
- Yep, that's him.
- Let's go.
- Doesn't have the other thing.
- Let's go,
- let's go, let's go.
- That's him. That's him. Let's go!
Our guy had
an extra sash thing going on.
We have it now.
"Ask the puppeteer to check it."
- The arm.
- Okay. Thank you.
The arms need
to be tightened up on both?
- Yes!
- Yes!
"Take your rickshaw
to your next Pit Stop."
Okay, let's do it.
- Check.
- Check, please?
- Okay. - Yes! Thank you.
- Yes! Thank you.

- Thank you. Come on, come on.
- Thank you. Namaste.
- Thank you. Namaste.
- Namaste.
"The last team
to check in will be eliminated."
- Let's go.
- We got to go.
- We're going to Phil!
- Yeah!
- Lena, we're last.
- We're last?
Here. Yes. Come on.
We're going
to Gatore Ki Chhatriyan.
All right, come on.
We got to go.
- We're not last. Go. Go. Go, go!
- You have to go. You have to go.
Hey, it's them.
- Please fast. Move!
- Move!
Please move.
Please move. Please move.
- Let's go, Joe!
- Please move.
Our race is for money.
- Yeah.
- Let's go.
- Go fast.
- So fast.
Pass the other team!
- My gosh.
- Here we go.
Pass the other rickshaw!
There's one more Pit Stop.
But go fast. Fast.
We have to beat them.
Go, go, go!
Well, Lena and Morgan
are in front of us.
We did our best today.
That's it.
- We did our best.
- It's not looking good.
Trip of a lifetime, though.
Of a lifetime.
Experience of a lifetime.
But you know what?
Let's hold on hope.
- You never know what's going on.
- Yeah.
Maybe they'll
turn the wrong way.
- Keep going. Keep going. Go.
- Go, go, go, go, go, go, go!
We have to go fast.
They are right in front of us.
Let's go.
- Beat that rickshaw. The green one.
- Beat that rickshaw.
- Beat that rickshaw, please.
- Get in front of it quick.
Go, go, go. Quick.
Get in front of the green one.
- My friend. Do it, do it, do it. Go, go, go!
- Fast, fast, fast!
Go, go, go!
- Get around them, get around them.
- Fast, fast, fast!
- Yes, yes, yes, yes!
- Fast! Fast!
- Go all the way.
- No!
- Why?!
- We have to beat them.
- Don't let them pass us.
- Go, go, go!
Come on, bro.
Go, go, go!
Don't let them pass us!
- We have to beat them.
- We have to beat them.
Go, my friend! Go!
- Fast, fast, fast!
- Go, go, go!
No! They're going
they're going around us!
Is this it?
They turned that way.
Please. Thank you.
Thank you. Thank you.
Very fast. We have to go right.
We have to go right.
- Do we?
- They turned. I don't know.
This light is so long.
Liam and Yeremi,
you will be racing
in the next leg of the race.
- Yes!
- Boy!
You are team number eight.
- Great. - Okay. Yes.
- Congratulations.
Go, go, go!
They're up there!
They're up there!
Go. Go, go, go, go!
Go, go, go, go.
- Is this it?
- My gosh.
- Let's go up those stairs.
- Okay.
- Let's go.
- Okay. This is 1,500.
- Is that good?
- Thank you.
- Good? Go, go.
- Thank you.
- Thank you, my friend.
- Thank you, thank you. Let's go.
Let's go. Let's find Phil.
Morgan, let's go, come on.
- Let's go.
- That's it. That's it.
- That's it.
- Rock and roll.
Morgan, I think
we have to go this way.
Let's go, Morgan.
Hey, guys.
- Come on in.
- Let's go, girls. - Hey, ladies.
- Good job, girls. Good job. Good job.
- Good job, you guys.
Morgan and Lena,
it was a race to the mat.
And I am pleased to tell you,
- you have survived.
- Thank God.
- Joe and Ian.
- It was a rough day for us.
Last three teams ran in here
- So close.
- Within seconds of each other.
- Yeah.
- Yes, they did.
Unfortunately, you are the last
team to arrive on this leg.
- Okay.
- And I am sorry to tell you
that you have been eliminated
from the race.
We got it, Phil.
It was an awesome experience.
It was really amazing.
We definitely wanted
to communicate better
- with each other.
- Yeah.
And learn from each other,
learn from ourselves,
and I think
we accomplished all of that.
And he keeps me humble, keeps
me centered, so, he's my guy.
I couldn't ask
for something more fun,
more amazing, more incredible
to do, especially with Ian.
- It was so cool.
- We'll take this with us forever.
We came into this knowing
that we were
each other's person.
And leaving this,
we know that even more so.
There wasn't a moment
on this race that I wanted
anyone to be on this race
with me outside of Joe,
even through our ups and downs
and all of the madness
that ensued on the first,
what, five legs?
Yeah. We wouldn't
change a thing.
- We're full of joy and happiness.
- For sure.
Next time onThe Amazing Race
Teams cast their U-Turn votes.
- So I'm thinking
- Greg and John.
- I don't even have a question in my mind.
- Or slow 'em down.
Robbin gets a stamp
of disapproval
I don't know
what I'm doing wrong.
and Joel and Garrett
reach their breaking point.
I might puke.
I'm tired.
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