The Amazing Race Canada (2013) s07e03 Episode Script

We'll Let the Peasants Fight for Last Place

Previously, on The Amazing Race Canada Nine teams hit the road and headed to the mountains of Revelstoke, British Columbia Woo! where they got the inside track on the first elimination of the race.
Jet and Dave are eliminated.
It is absolutely anyone's race.
And while some teams went full throttle - Let's do it! - Yeah! others went way off track Whoa! allowing Aarthy and Thinesh to ride the rails Choo-choo! to a first-place finish Oh my god! and nab a coveted Express Pass.
- Oh my god! - Is that real? At the tree-planting detour, Saskatchewan sisters Lauren and Joanne dug themselves into a hole.
Nothing's going our way today.
But it was Nicki and Aisha who were all over the map - We were going that way.
- We were going this way.
You want to go back that way.
and ultimately came to a dead end.
You've been eliminated from the race.
Now, eight teams remain, as they race to win the all-new 2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS, a once-in-a-lifetime trip for two around the world, a quarter of a million dollars cash, and the Amazing Race Canada.
This is Revelstoke, British Columbia.
And here, on Mount Mackenzie, eight teams are getting all revved up as they begin the third leg on The Amazing Race Canada.
Aarthy and Thinesh won the last leg of the race, and will depart first at 12:01 pm.
Route info.
Fly to Edmonton, Alberta.
Teams must race to Kamloops airport, where they'll sign up for one of two separate flights heading for Alberta's capital city, Edmonton.
They'll also be able to stock up on an assortment of Cliff Bars to keep them energiZed along the race.
The first flight will only have two teams onboard, who will get a jump on the competition, as they arrive in Edmonton two and a half hours before the rest of the pack.
Caution, Double One Way Ahead.
Wow, let's go! The One Way board.
Oh my god.
Here in Edmonton, teams will encounter the brand new Double One Way.
A Double One Way gives two teams the chance to decide which detour two other teams must complete.
And as the name suggests, there's no switching.
And it's a blind Double One Way, meaning any team that One Ways another, they'll remain anonymous.
Only two teams can take the earlier flight to Edmonton.
There's going to be a big advantage because it'll allow a team to get to the One Way board as soon as possible.
The One Way can ruin someone's race if you send someone to a detour that they have no skill at.
They're most likely going home.
Dave and Irina are our top threats.
They've consistently been first or second.
They're sore losers.
The other teams are seeing us as massive threats.
They know we're the best, so that's why I'm afraid that they're gonna One Way us, for sure.
That would change the game.
Caution, Double One Way ahead.
Let's do it.
Today, first flight.
We're not going second.
Look at us.
We're the first ever grandfather, grandson team.
After last leg, we have what it takes to win today.
Who would have thought we'd be in front of Olympians, eh? Really, eh? Double One Way ahead.
Let's go, let's go, let's go.
Find the Cliff Bar signup board to choose one of two flights to Edmonton.
Ay! We'll totally use the One Way board - to make up some ground.
- You heard it here first.
We need to get on that first flight.
Let's go, baby.
Do it for Jonesy.
Any time we travel, we put our DIFJ headbands on our backpacks.
So, "DIFJ" stands for "Do it for Jonesy.
" Jonesy was our mom.
She passed away from cancer when we were 14.
She is definitely always with us.
She's here, she's cheering us on, that's for sure.
- Yeah.
- Oh! Fly to Edmonton, Alberta! Woo! I can't believe we get to go home! Today, we're wearing skirts to honour the thousands of unreported missing and murdered Indigenous women.
For our people, women are the centre of communities, and so when a woman goes missing, the entire community suffers.
As a man, I feel it's my duty to represent them and honour them, and what better way than to wear like an awesome skirt? Yeah.
Let's go, baby! Woo hoo! You have to tell us how to get back to the airport.
Back to the airport, yeah.
We just have to get on that flight.
When we see that One Way, if we've got an option to send people home, we're gonna do it.
I'm not here to make friends anymore.
Look at that.
There's the airport.
Woo! Let's get on the first flight.
Woo-hoo! - Team number one aah! - Good job! Oh, Cliff board, right there! I love you, Cliff board.
We've secured our spot on the earlier flight.
We'll have a big lead over all the other teams on the second flight.
Heart rate decreasing.
- Dammit! - Ah! That's a heartbreaker.
So we're first on the second flight.
Since we'll be waiting longer, might as well get a snack.
Ooh yeah, white chocolate.
- Oh! - Flight number two.
Argh! Dave and Irina are on the first flight with Aarthy and Thinesh.
I really enjoyed watching you - plant trees yesterday.
- Yeah.
You guys actually saved us.
We noticed that you were using the rope to measure.
Oh, really? These two saved our lives.
You have to pull it.
- They're using a rope.
- Oh my god! So we want to give you the Express Pass.
- Oh my god.
- Oh, wow! Dave and Irina just gave us an Express Pass, which is something they may regret.
We want to be fighting against them in the final three, which we will be.
You'll probably still kick our butts, but All teams are now traveling nearly 1,100 kilometres from Kamloops, British Columbia, via Vancouver, to Edmonton, Alberta.
When teams land, they'll make their way to The Source, Canada's largest tech retailer, where this tech expert will give them their next clue.
Racers will also unbox and wear this Samsung Galaxy Watch Active to track the number of steps they'll take over the course of this leg of the race.
The team that finishes with the fewest number of steps will win a $5,000 gift card from The Source.
- Really, really fast.
- Side gate, sir.
Oh yes.
Beat this car here if you can.
We're in first place, and we have Dave and Irina right on our tails, as usual.
A little nerve-wracking, but at the end of the day, we're smarter.
- Southgate Centre.
- Here you go.
- Bye.
- Let's go, let's go.
- Hello, hello! - Welcome to The Source.
- Here's your next clue.
- Thank you so much! Route info.
Teams will now search the city for the historic High Level Bridge Streetcar.
Once here, they'll hop aboard to find their next clue.
They'll also encounter the very first blind Double One Way.
You both must keep your watches on at all times, until you reach the Pitstop.
This Galaxy Watch Active is going to track our steps.
Galaxy Watch.
Look at that.
Super smooth.
In order to win this steps challenge, we should take the biggest steps possible.
We can't be last.
- I know.
- Okay.
Let's fly, babe, because we can't walk.
High Level Bridge.
Got my man, Kenny! Yes.
This is a very stupid idea.
Alright, let's get in a cab.
Couldn't he pull up like a few more steps? Like, come on.
There's the streetcar.
That's where we need to go.
I feel transported back in time.
Oh, babe, One Way.
This could change the game.
Before we choose to use the One Way, you have to look at all the details of the detour.
Celebrate or elevate.
Dubbed the festival city, Edmonton is known for its strong support of the local and international art scene.
In this Detour, teams will get a chance to take part in the city's cultural community.
It's their call, Elevate or Celebrate.
In Celebrate, teams will make their way to the Royal Alberta Museum where they'll perform with Edmonton's own award-winning Kokopelli Youth Choir.
This internationally renowned choir has performed in Canada, and around the world.
After choosing an instructor, teams will need to learn the lyrics and choreography for this medley of traditional South African songs.
Once teams have mastered the movements and the music with the Kokopelli Youth Ensemble, the choir director will give them their next clue.
In Elevate, teams will make their way to the 100 Street Funicular, a glass-walled elevator that connects Edmonton's downtown to the North Saskatchewan River below.
Teams will have to complete two nearly identical photo puzzles of the Edmonton skyline.
One up here, and one down here One piece at a time.
Once they've correctly assembled both puzzles, Edmonton's poet laureate will give them their next clue.
Let's try Elevate.
We're not gonna One Way anybody.
We're first.
We'll let the peasants fight for last place.
Celebrate or Elevate.
- Elevate.
- Okay.
We choose not to One Way anybody.
We want to run our own race, and just have everybody fight it out.
There's the funicular.
Let's go.
This and where's the bottom one? Downstairs.
We have to assemble two puzzles.
One at the bottom of the hill, and one at the top of the hill.
They're the same image, but cut differently.
There's pieces of the bottom puzzle at the top, and pieces of the top puzzle at the bottom.
This and this definitely doesn't go together.
Let's take the piece downstairs.
We can only bring one piece at a time from top to bottom, and from bottom to top.
It's coming up.
The funicular thing is so slow.
The key to succeed at this Detour is to not miss one trip of the funicular because you lose precious minutes - every time.
- Let's flip it up.
This one does not belong here.
This is the curve.
Let's just take this one upstairs.
I like the funicular.
I can enjoy the view of beautiful Edmonton.
Look, we have the bridge here.
That's what we need to recreate right now.
- That's Dave and Irina.
- That's them? Yeah.
Oh, they're here.
They chose it too.
We are so excited we picked this.
It is not a hard puzzle.
Corner pieces.
Oh, they're all corner pieces.
Oh, hey, guys! It's gonna be a long day, guys.
So this one we need to take down.
Let's go.
Let's go.
Dave and Irina are so annoying.
I'm sick and tired of it.
He's so cocky.
Well, at least one of us is having fun.
Go, go, go! Let's go to The Source.
Do you know where the Southgate Centre is? Please hurry.
I'm feeling confident.
We definitely have an advantage.
We're from here.
We know all the back roads.
Hopefully, no one One Ways us.
Let the games begin.
Amy! Amy! AMY! AMY! Coming! We have to beat these other teams.
Okay, okay.
We are headed to The Source.
We are not going home today.
Not a chance.
Where'd everybody go? - Back of the plane! - Let's go! Excuse me.
Can we just get in here, please? - Thank you.
- Thank you, thank you.
U of A is over there.
That's where I went to university.
There's the streetcar.
Thank you.
Oh, One Way.
We're not gonna One Way anyone.
We don't want to risk bad blood with another team.
- We're gonna Elevate.
- We know the skyline.
We're not good singers.
Well, this obviously doesn't go here, right? - Yeah, that's it.
- Perfect.
Take it.
Take it.
We're done.
You are amazing, babe.
You're a superstar.
It's perfect.
- Check, please! - Check, please! Excellent.
- Thank you so much.
- Route info.
Make your way to Old Strathcona Antique Mall and search inside for Jon to receive your next clue.
- For Jon? - Okay, got it.
Let's go.
- Final piece, baby.
- Final piece.
Okay, babe.
Check! Thank you so much! Search inside for Jon to receive your next clue.
It'd be easy to spot Jon Montgomery.
He's quite famous.
That's it.
Streetcar, streetcar! Wait, wait! Oh! - Ooh.
- Ooh One Way Double! Detour.
- Celebrate or Elevate.
- Uh That's memoriZation, not in English.
Okay, let's do Okay, we're gonna do Elevate.
Do you want to One Way anybody? - Alright.
- Okay.
We gotta make some decisions.
Gilles and Sean, Meaghan and Marie, Sarah and Sam, Trish and Amy Or are they ahead of us? I don't know if they're ahead of us.
One Way Double.
We gotta make some decisions.
Real quick.
- Okay.
- Alright.
We are gonna send Trish and Amy to Celebrate.
Good luck singing.
We just need to get past people.
That's it, and that's our goal.
- Let's get in the van! - Yeah! Come on.
Let's go, let's go, let's go! Detour.
Celebrate or Elevate.
We'll do Elevate.
Oh, we could One Way Sean and Gilles.
Wanna make them dance? Oh gosh, oh gosh! We choose to blind One Way Sean and Gilles.
We think they're behind us.
It's okay.
They won't know it's us.
Last leg, they finished third.
They're a strong team.
The dancing challenge will be a lot more challenging, and Gilles seems less coordinated.
Oh, look, we got One-Wayed.
Oh, man.
We can't switch detours.
I'm really discouraged, and I'm very curious as to who put our names up there.
Oh, we got One-Wayed, and it's blind! It means we're a threat.
Come on! You will be judged on your overall performance, which includes singing and dance steps.
Oh-ho! There are two singing parts, one for each of you.
You may switch parts.
I have a severe hearing impairment.
I'm almost deaf.
I'm wearing hearing aids.
I'm concerned about the singing part of the challenge.
We've just gotta be positive.
Like, we can do this.
So we're on our way to the Old Strathcona Antique Mall.
We have to search for Jon.
Jon Are you Jon, are you Jon? Let's go.
Let's find Jon.
Here, at the Old Strathcona Antique Mall, racers will hunt through this 27,000 square foot warehouse filled with thousands and thousands of antique treasures to find this bobblehead doll of yours truly.
- Hi, Jon.
- Hi, Jon.
Once teams find this handsome devil, Bobby will give them their next clue.
What is Jon? Jon can be literally anything.
Oh, oh, oh, John Lennon? John Lennon? Okay, let's try it, yeah.
- Oh, that's what it is.
- Let's go.
- That's not correct.
- Okay, thank you.
Maybe it's like a portrait of Jon Montgomery.
No, it's not.
So we're looking for Jon.
I'm really good at finding things, so like totally my element.
Look for a redhead.
This is the bridge.
- Let's take this one.
- Yeah.
The funicular's here.
Let's get in it.
This takes so freaking long.
That's really similar, but it's not the same.
That's the same building, but unless we have a Leaning Tower of Pisa on this thing, it's not it.
just got here.
Okay, it's up, it's up, it's up.
This needs to go down.
Let's go.
Okay, now we're gonna be battling them.
Whoa, we don't want an accident! As soon as the doors close, it's that awkward small talk.
"Hey, how's your puzzle going?" "Not bad.
How's your puzzle going?" "Not good.
" I'm so glad we get to hang out.
- Yeah! - I know! Go, go, go.
There are three teams here.
We've got James and Anthony.
We have Sarah and Sam.
We know the moms will not be coming here.
Because we One-Wayed 'em! Maybe don't scream that, yo.
I got excited.
Let's go follow the girls.
Let's go, let's go.
The other team's here.
Let's go.
- This one? - Yup.
Who's with us? Who's with us? You, you're an incredible singer! Woo-hoo! - Let's go sing! Let's do it! I have a hearing impairment, so speak loud.
it doesn't look too difficult, the dance steps.
It's more about getting the lyrics down pat for me Yeah.
Two of my kids have hearing disabilities.
My youngest is completely deaf, and I have an older daughter that has hearing aids.
In this challenge, I hope that I inspire my kids that whatever dreams you have to go after them.
And then your part.
No, no, no.
No, no, no.
Jon Cena.
John Cena! That's a wrestler.
I'm gonna puke.
This is the dumbest thing ever.
Jon Montgomery! - I got him! - Okay, okay, okay.
Oh my god! Oh my god! Ha-ha! Good job, good job.
Ladies, I think we got it this time.
- I have Jon for you.
- Congratulations.
Teams must now make their way to Kurimoto Japanese Garden, and find the Ozawa Pavilion, opened in 1994 to promote the friendship between Japan and Canada.
Here, they'll find their next clue.
Kurimoto Japanese Garden, please.
- Go, go, go.
- The Japanese Garden.
Holy moly, man.
There's just so much stuff here, it's insane.
Where are you, Jon? Where are you? Found him.
I found him.
Okay, good.
Let's go, Jon.
I love you, Jon.
Kurimoto Japanese Garden.
Fast, fast, fast, okay? Chloe Anna, remember that.
Chloe Anna.
You got the words.
You got the words.
Oh my god, this is so fun! Let's do it one more time.
Bounce, bounce forward.
Bounce, bounce back.
We have the ability to overcome the One Way.
Three, four.
It really bothers me that someone's out to get us.
Whoever it is, we're gonna find out.
They're so gonna regret One-Waying us.
We can do it.
Let's go! Oh! The timing's a little bit off, so let's just run it a couple more times.
Gonna change this thing.
I just changed my hearing aid to a music setting, so Yes! Check.
- Excellent.
- Team Ahkameyimok! - Never give up.
- Let's go.
Check, please! Old Strathcona Antique Mall.
As fast as you can, please.
Check, please! Search inside for Jon to receive your next clue.
That could be a Pitstop! Botanical garden.
Here we are, baby.
- Roadblock.
- Who's feeling icky? I'm feeling icky.
In this Roadblock, one team member must master the meticulous 7th century art of Japanese ikebana flower arranging.
At the Ozawa Pavilion, racers must watch a silent demonstration, then replicate this ikebana arrangement, making sure the flowers are the correct height, not touching, and their work station must be clean.
Once their arrangement is in perfect balance and harmony, Nana will give them their next clue.
Woo! You're gonna nail this, baby.
Look at that, flowers.
- You've got this, my love.
- Hello.
I'm very happy that I get to do this Roadblock.
Dave is really good at giving me flowers, not arranging the flowers.
She's gonna be amazing at this.
I've done some flower arrangements before, but this looks very attention to detail, so I'm gonna try my best.
How does this work? We're still gunning for first, and we think we can do it.
It's over there.
I see it.
Who's feeling icky? I am.
Let's go.
Let's go.
How do you think he's gonna do on the flowers? He's really good at detail.
It is literally a cat and mouse game between Dave and Irina and Thinesh and I.
I don't think I've ever gardened in my life.
This is a very detail-oriented Roadblock.
Okay, check, please.
Please try again.
Oh, my god.
The hardest thing about this Roadblock is figuring out the secret.
What am I getting wrong? If he wants a perfect flower, I'm gonna give him a perfect flower.
We got forced to come here, right? - Yeah.
- One more time, and then we gotta start learning this dance.
We got it.
Let's go.
You don't think we should do it one more time? Marie, I think we're good.
You want to do it one more time? Let's do it one more time.
- One more time.
- Perfectionist.
I thought we nailed it our first attempt, but our timing was off, so now we've fixed our timing, and I think we're gonna get this.
We've gotta beat the twins.
Just gotta get those moves right at the end.
Okay, listen, I know what I did was wrong, but the singing was right.
The first move needs to be knees together.
So when they do this one? See, you just need to remember the sequence.
Oh my god.
I am very stressed.
I hope I get this.
Okay, check, please.
Please try again.
I have no idea what I'm doing wrong.
I'm afraid that the lead is passing by us.
I am freaking out.
Please try again.
I know that I have to measure each stem.
I have to make sure that the flowers are aligned.
I have to clean the work station.
I know there is a trick.
I keep looking at the flower master and then boom, figure it out.
The flowers cannot touch.
I think we have it, guys.
I think we got it.
Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you.
Oh my god, thank you so much.
- I got it, baby! - You're amazing! I got it.
Search the grounds for the Aga Khan Garden to find Jon at your next Pitstop.
Teams must now race on foot through these sprawling 240 acre grounds, and search for the Aga Khan Garden.
This contemporary interpretation of Islamic architecture will act as the third Pitstop on the Amazing Race Canada.
The last team to check in here may be eliminated.
Let's go.
Team Quebec, number one, woo! Yes! Woo! Can I get a check? Congratulations.
Thank you so much.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.
- I got it! - Yes! Find Jon at your next Pitstop.
Let's go! I have to pee so badly.
I think it's here, but maybe not.
Baby, wait up.
I can only run so fast.
Through there, there, there, there! I see it! - Woo! - Woo! Let's go, baby.
Welcome to the Aga Khan Garden in Edmonton, Alberta.
Thank you.
Dave, Irina, - you're team number one.
- Yes! Yes, yes, yes! Oh my god, yes! Oh my god, yes! - Love you so much.
- I love you.
As the winners of this leg of the race, you've won a trip for two to Casablanca, Morocco.
Oh! I love it! We now have two first place, and a second.
You bet we're feeling confident.
We're gonna win the final leg, Jon.
Jon! So glad to see you guys! Arthy, Thinesh, you guys are team number two.
- Woo! - We'll take that.
We'll take it.
Man, you guys are doing well! These last two legs have shown us that it's anybody's race, and especially could be ours.
Old Strathcona Antique Mall.
- Good job.
- Let's find Jonny boy.
He could be anywhere.
- This place is like - Yeah, huge.
Is this him? Oh, no, that's Kelly Osbourne.
We're looking for Jon Montgomery.
This place is pretty big, and it's filled with a ton of stuff.
We have no idea what we're looking for.
Oh, yo! We found Jon, we found Jon, we found Jon! Congratulations.
Thank you.
Sam found the Jon in like seconds.
It was incredible.
There's just so much stuff.
Is this him? NO, that's Gretzky.
He might be a bobblehead, like, in what he wears on the show.
It's not gonna be that.
- James, I've got him.
- It is a bobblehead! Hey, guys, how's it going? We're from Edmonton! Woo! - Jon, look! - Shh-shh-shh.
I found Jon Montgomery! We crushed it.
We were out of there in 10 minutes.
Whoever walks the least is going to win $5,000.
So I can get my new laptop! Do-do-do, do-do Left leg.
Oh my god, man, this is hard.
We are so frustrated.
We're great at puzzles, but not great at dancing.
Why don't we go out there, and we can just follow it with them? Let's go one more time through the words, okay? - Are you guys ready? - Let's go, baby.
Do it for Jonesy.
Our mom always told us you have to have a positive mindset in everything that you do.
We're not dancers or singers, but we bring a ton of energy, so we say let's Celebrate.
Woo! - You did it! - We got it! Amazing first time! They got it.
They got it.
I love you! Do it for Jonesy! They got it.
Oh, geeze.
Woo! Thank you! Gilles and Sean, they're still behind us.
- Let's go.
- Okay.
Want to go out and try it? - We're gonna have to.
- Yeah.
We're feeling the pressure.
The other teams are gone, and we haven't even tried it yet.
Oh, man.
We need to get this done.
Oh You need a little more work.
- Aw.
- Argh! This is my worst nightmare come true.
I messed up my Chloe Annas.
So, we have been One-Wayed, which means we can't switch detours.
We're stuck here doing this dance.
"Chloe Anna," that's it.
Chloe Anna, Chloe Anna, Chloe Anna.
Let's do it again.
Okay, Chloe Anna.
Chloe Anna, Chloe Anna.
I lost it.
The dance is hard.
He's having a bit of trouble, but I can't blame him.
You're gonna do hop, hop, back, back.
He's taught me a lot in my life, but in this challenge, the roles are reversed.
- Follow my legs.
- Okay.
- So, hop, hop.
- Hop, hop.
I need to teach him how to dance.
Just keep going with everybody.
Do-do-do-do-do Search for Jon.
Where's Jon? This is like finding Jon in a haystack.
This is the largest antique mall in western Canada.
Hello! Want to go upstairs? - The moms.
- There's a book.
There's Olympic stuff in here.
Vancouver 2010.
We're gonna find him.
I know it.
I know it.
We're gonna find him.
Jon! We found Jon Montgomery in here.
But we saw him, his picture.
- It is? - Yes.
It's not the right one.
It's so hard to even figure out where to look.
Get the clue.
Who's feeling icky? You have to do this.
- I'll do it.
- Okay.
I got it, bro.
Japanese flower arranging! - I wonder how hard it is.
- Me too.
I'm not even worried.
Lauren was frothing when she read this one.
So, like, honestly, yeah.
We made the right choice.
I'm an art teacher.
Focusing this way is exactly what I do best.
I know a little bit about Japanese flower arranging, and the simplicity is in balance, keeping things clean.
There's space.
I've never arranged flowers in a formal manner, so that's gonna be quite tricky.
Once, and then up.
We know the singing part of it.
It's just the dance solo.
Let's do it again.
One, two, one, two.
One, two, one, two.
One, two, one, two.
One, two, one, two, one, two Okay, guys, you got it this time.
Oh-ho-ho-ho! Thank you so much! - Ah! - Yeah! I'm upset that we got One-Wayed.
It is what it is.
We just move on.
Whew! Did you look on this side? Yeah, I just did.
But keep going.
Keep going, keep going.
We've gotta find him really soon.
Okay, we're trying.
Let's just do our best.
Marie, they got it.
The moms got it.
The moms show up after us, and they find Jon before us.
The pressure is on.
- Okay, let's go.
- Okay, let's go.
So, now we're ahead of Meaghan and Marie.
It just takes a little bit of luck to turn things around.
Hi, so happy to see you.
Jon, come on, Jon, where are you, buddy? This race is wild.
Check, please.
Thank you so much.
Check, please.
Thank you.
Thank you.
- Yes.
- Joey! What?! Let's go, let's go, let's go! - James! - I'm coming! Search the grounds for the Aga Khan Garden.
Warning, the last team may be eliminated.
- Let's go, now! - Come on! - Jonny! - Bring it in! Come on, ladies, you too! Good job.
- Way to go, guys.
- Good job.
Woo, high-five.
Anthony and James, Lauren and Joanne, you're teams number three and four.
Yes! There was some brand new game play in the race today.
Did anybody decide to utiliZe the double blind One Way? We did.
It's part of the race.
You do what you need to do to get here.
The double blind One Way, it was the best decision we've made all day.
Come on, Sarah.
- Come on.
- Come.
Right there! Roadblock.
I'll do it.
Pavilion Tea House.
So were you guys the lovely ones who One-Wayed us? It is not us.
Must have been Joanne and Lauren.
Amy comes in.
I know that Trish and Amy were One-Wayed, and now my anxiety is up.
We need to get out of here before Gilles and Sean show up.
Can I have a check, please? - Please try again.
- No, no, no, no, no! What could it be? Antique mall right there.
Antique mall right there.
Let's go find Jon.
There's another team here.
Go to the back, go to the back, because teams have probably already looked in the front.
Let's do a quick, dirty search.
The dancing was fun.
This is not so fun.
Jon, Jon, why aren't you Jon? You should be Jon.
Be Jon! Marie, we gotta focus.
Okay, Jon, Jon, Jon, Jon, Jon, Jon.
Channel the energy.
Where is Jon? I don't know what I'm looking for.
Marie, this place is huge.
Marie, we gotta focus.
We're definitely just missing all of them right now.
Come on, Jon.
Where are you, buddy? Marie! Marie! Marie, Marie! Come on, come on, come on.
Okay, let's go, let's go.
There's no way that we're winning $5,000.
The amount of steps we did trying to find that bobblehead.
Okay, you look on that side.
I'll look at these pictures.
Check, please.
- Please try again.
- No, no.
What could it be? I really don't know.
Just drop us off at the garden.
Do it, Meg, do it.
I'll do it.
Nothing like having three people in the room.
Meaghan worked at a flower shop in junior high, so I'm praying to my mom that that is in her favour.
Check, please.
Please try again.
I don't know what I'm doing wrong.
I feel like mine looks better than his.
It's super difficult to not know how Sarah is doing.
I like to be in action, so to be sitting, and stagnant, is a little scary.
I'm wondering if they're allowed to be touching or not.
Okay, check, please.
- Congratulations.
- Oh, yes! Thank you! Yes! Warning, the last team to check in may be eliminated.
Let's go.
I need Amy to get out of there quickly.
Can I have a check, please? - Please try again.
- Try again.
May I have a check, please? Please try again, please.
What am I doing wrong? Jon, Jon, Jon, come on.
A needle in a haystack.
There he is! Got it.
Got it.
Let's go.
We seem to have found your Jon.
- Yes, congratulations.
- I'd like to purchase it.
And good luck.
Kurimoto Japanese Garden.
And we're in a huge hurry.
Sarah, Sam - Team number five.
- Yes! - Alright.
- Woo! - Not great, but - We're in the mix.
We're in the mix, we're in the mix.
Did you guys decide to utiliZe the double blind One Way today? We want to make sure there's a little bit of space between us, and unfortunately, Gilles and Sean, so we used the double One Way.
We are competitors, and we do play fair.
This is within the rules.
That was the worst possible thing could have happened to us there, that One Way.
Kurimoto Garden, that way.
Who's feeling icky? - Icky.
- You are.
- How was the dance? - Horrible.
I want to know who One-Wayed us today.
It makes you question relationships.
It's like what happened? Oh my god, I'm so stupid, I'm so stupid, I'm so stupid.
Oh! Check, please.
Please try again, please.
Oh, I don't understand.
I don't understand.
Hm There's two other teams here, and I'm hoping Meaghan can beat those guys, and we can get to the mat faster than them.
Nothing's touching one another.
This here needs to be in a straight line.
Check, please.
- Please try again.
- Okay.
What is it? Can I get a check, please? This is it.
You know it.
Oh my gosh.
Thank you so much.
See you guys, good luck! Marie! Let's get the hell out of here! We got here ahead of them.
Amy is still in there working.
I feel like she might be getting lost in whatever details are required.
What did she get right? Check, please.
Please try again.
What can it be? What is it? This is a frustrating thing.
Jonny boy! Oh! I'm done.
I'm done.
Oh, God.
Oh, God.
- Meaghan, Marie - Yes? You're team number six.
Oh! Thank god.
Believing that our mom is with us, that's what got me through that challenge, 100%.
Do it for Jonesy! It sucks sitting here, especially when you've been last this whole day, pretty much.
We should have been gone.
It's been a really long time.
Start from the beginning.
I don't know what it is.
I've counted the leaves.
I've counted everything.
I don't understand why I'm getting this wrong.
I don't want to go home.
I don't understand why I'm getting this wrong.
I don't want to go home.
May I have a check, please? Congratulations.
- Trish, where are you?! - I'm coming! I'm coming! I'm coming! Come on.
I don't know if Gilles got it or not.
Check, please.
Oh Ah! Let's go! I'm usually really good with attention to detail.
What the heck? This is Aga Khan.
Aga Khan, right there.
We did it, baby! Oh, Trish, I'm so sorry.
Don't you dare apologize to me.
- You stuck it out and you did it.
- It was awful, awful, awful.
You did it, though.
You did it.
Trish and Amy Team number seven.
- How does that feel? - We'll take that.
It's very challenging, though.
Oh, boy.
'Atta boy, Gilles! Yeah, buddy! There they are.
Oh Gilles, Sean - You are the last team to arrive.
- Yeah.
I am sorry to tell you this, but you've been eliminated from the race.
It's alright.
- What can you do? - What can you do? It was a fun journey.
Even though we got out third leg, we're the first ever grandfather & grandson team here.
We're leaving winners.
I'm so proud to be here with my grandfather.
Who, at the age of 65, would ever dream of doing something like this? Being older doesn't mean a thing.
When you get my age, every day you wake up on the right side of the grass is a great day.
Every time we think of this, we're gonna have - real joy in our hearts.
- Yeah.
I'm his guy.
He's my guy.
Have I told you I love you today? - Love you too.
- I love you today! Oh, I love you today.
You've got me in a headlock! That's alright.
Today, you were given a Samsung Galaxy Watch Active that measured the number of steps that each racer made.
The team that took the least amount of steps is going to get a $5,000 gift card from The Source.
And the team that was most efficient with their movement, taking 5,041 steps was Lauren and Joanne.
A $5,000 gift card from The Source.
Oh my god! I can get a new laptop! And a special treat for all of you from The Source and Samsung, you're all gonna get to keep the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active you came in with.
Someone decided to One-Way us, and I just feel like someone just stabbed us in the back.
We have an idea who might have One-Wayed us.
Watch out.
We're coming for you.
Next time on The Amazing Race Canada, teams trek north to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
Let's do this, woo! At a Roadblock, teams discover diamonds are forever, but also made under pressure.
- Ah! - Holy canoli.
I'm scared stiff.
And while temperatures plummet - Help me! - You're okay.
You're alright.
emotions heat up Hey, that's our taxi! That's our cab! Man! leaving some teams out in the cold.
This sucks.
I know how much further ahead of us they're getting.
For more information on the racers, head to ctv.