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The Amazing Race 5
Season run July 6, 2004
– September 21, 2004
Filming dates January 30, 2004
– February 27, 2004
No. of episodes 12
Winning team Chip & Kim McAllister
Continents visited 6
Countries visited 12
Cities visited 31
Distance traveled 72,000 miles (116,000 km)
All-Stars Charla Faddoul & Mirna Hindoyan
Season Chronology
Season 4 ◄ Chronology ► Season 6

The Amazing Race 5 is the fifth installment of the American reality television show The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race 5 featured 11 teams of two, with a pre-existing relationship, in a race around the world.

This season premiered on July 6, 2004, with weekly showings at 8:00 pm EDT, followed by Big Brother 5. The 2-hour season finale aired on September 21, 2004.

Married parents Chip and Kim McAllister were the winners of the race, and were the first African American contestants to win the competition. At 44, Kim is the oldest winning female (she is tied with Season 7's Joyce); together they form the oldest winning team (Chip was 46 and was the oldest male to win until Season 24).

A DVD for this season was released on April 24, 2012, via Amazon.com's CreateSpace program.[1]

Production[edit]

Development and filming[edit]

The race's starting line was at Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California.

After the anemic ratings for The Amazing Race 4, CBS chairman and CEO Les Moonves doubted whether the series would be renewed for another season.[2] After much deliberation, CBS officially ordered a fifth installment of the Race in September 2003. Some observers cited the series' recent Emmy win as the factor behind its renewal.[3] While CBS flirted with the idea of a fall premiere, it ultimately gave Season 5 a summer broadcast to create momentum for The Amazing Race 6 on the fall schedule.[4]

This season introduced two major twists to the Race: the Yield and a non-elimination penalty.[5] The Yield allowed one team to force another team to stop racing for a predetermined amount of time. The Yield was available on each leg, though it was not presented on each episode. The non-elimination penalty meant teams finishing last on non-elimination legs were stripped of any money they had accumulated and received no money at the start of the next leg. This was also the first season to see the number of Fast Forwards reduced; only two were available in the entire Race.[6]

The Amazing Race 5 lasted 31–32 days and traveled 72,000 miles (116,000 km), which was the longest race route yet, covering six continents (that was later matched by The Amazing Race 11) and twelve countries. The teams visited nine countries not previously seen on the show, including Uruguay, Argentina, Russia, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, United Arab Emirates, Philippines and Canada. This is the first time the former Soviet Union and the Middle East were visited on the race. Also, for the first time the final leg had an intermediate destination in a foreign country.

During pre-production the producers moved the Dubai leg of the race from the originally planned location of Istanbul, Turkey. The reason for this decision has not been disclosed. Istanbul was eventually visited by the Race two seasons later.

Marshall and Lance were the first team in Amazing Race history to quit following Marshall's knee injury during the leg 6 roadblock in Luxor, Egypt. When the team arrived at the final roadblock site after all the other teams had left, the decision was made to give up rather than complete the frustrating 'needle in the haystack' digging task.

Two challenges were edited out of the program since they did not affect team placement. The first was a nut finding Roadblock in the markets of Dubai; the second, a tipi building challenge in Banff, Alberta.[7]

Cast[edit]

Brandon and Nicole finished the race in third place.

Applications were due on October 8, 2003. Filming began on January 30, 2004 and finished on February 27, 2004.[8]

Following two seasons that featured twelve teams, the contestant pool was reduced to eleven for this season. They included a military man, a dating widowed couple, female twins, a former Big Brother contestant, a team member with dwarfism, and a few beauty pageant queens.

Chip portrayed a young Muhammad Ali in the 1977 film The Greatest (Ali portrayed the adult version of himself).

Erika, Alison, Nicole and Christie competed against one another in various beauty pageants. Christie was a former Miss Teen USA champion, while Nicole was the winner of Miss Texas USA.

Charla & Mirna returned to participate in The Amazing Race All-Stars among a cast of returning teams from seasons 1-10.

Colin & Christie were engaged on CBS's Early Show.[citation needed] They were invited to participate in The Amazing Race All-Stars, but had to decline due to Christie's pregnancy.

Erika became a producer with the show and was on-hand during the Season 12 open casting call in Cabazon, California. Erika is credited with recruiting the show's first and second all-female winning teams, anesthesiologists Nat & Kat, the winners of Season 17, and sisters Kisha & Jen, the winners of Season 18.

Alison of CBS's Big Brother 4 was the first contestant on a previously aired reality show to take part in this race. Alison later appeared on Big Brother: All Stars and was the first person voted out.

In 2005, Chip, Kim, Charla and Mirna all competed on the Bravo reality series Battle of the Network Reality Stars, along with 28 other individuals from various reality series. Mirna was a member of the winning team.

The show also featured Miss Uruguay Natalia Rodriguez Lassiy, who competed in Miss World 2003, as a greeter at the Uruguay pit stop, and Luli Arroyo, the daughter of then-Philippine president, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo as the local greeter at the Manila pit stop.

Results[edit]

The following teams participated in the Race, each listed along with their placements in each leg and relationships as identified by the program. Note that this table is not necessarily reflective of all content broadcast on television, owing to the inclusion or exclusion of some data. Placements are listed in finishing order:

Team Relationship Position (by leg) Roadblocks performed1
<1> <2> <3> <4> <5> <6> <7> <8> <9ƒ> <10> 11 12 13
Chip & Kim Married Parents 8th2 8th 7th 1st 4th 2nd 1st 3rd 2nd 4th 1st> 2nd 1st Chip 10, Kim 1
Colin & Christie Dating 7th 6th 1st 2nd 1stƒ 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 4th< 3rd 2nd Colin 9, Christie 1
Brandon & Nicole Dating/Models 6th 1st 3rd 5th 3rd 4th 4th 2nd 5th 3rd 3rd 1st 3rd Brandon 10, Nicole 1
Linda & Karen Bowling Moms 3rd 4th 6th 6th 7th 6th 3rd 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 4th Linda 4, Karen 6
Kami & Karli Twins 9th2 9th 5th 7th 6th 3rd 5th 5th 4th 5th Kami 5, Karli 3
Charla & Mirna Cousins 5th 2nd 2nd 4th 2nd 5th 6th Charla 4, Mirna 2
Marshall & Lance Brothers 2nd 7th 8th 3rd 5th 7th3 Marshall 1, Lance 4
Bob & Joyce Internet Dating Couple 4th 5th 4th 8th Bob 1, Joyce 2
Jim & Marsha Military Dad & Daughter 10th 3rd 9th Jim 1, Marsha 1
Alison & Donny Dating 1st 10th Alison 0, Donny 1
Dennis & Erika Once Engaged 11th Dennis 0, Erika 0
  • A red team placement indicates that the team was eliminated.
  • An underlined blue team placement indicates that the team was the last to arrive at a pit stop in a non-elimination leg of the race. The teams were forced to relinquish all of their money and were not allotted money for the next leg.
  • A green ƒ indicates that the team won a Fast Forward clue. If placed next to a leg number, this indicates that the Fast Forward was available for that leg but not used.
  • A yellow > indicates that the team chose to use the Yield; < indicates the team who received it; <> around the leg number indicates that the Yield for that leg was available but not used.
  1. ^ The Roadblock count does not include the results of the unaired Roadblock from Leg 8.
  2. ^a b Chip & Kim and Kami & Karli initially arrived 1st and 2nd, respectively, but they had missed the clue to the Detour, having simply arrived by chance at one of the options. They had to go back and retrieve the clue before checking in, causing them to fall to 8th and 9th, respectively.
  3. ^ Marshall & Lance, exhausted and already in dead last, decided to quit the race during the Roadblock, marking the first time ever that host Phil Keoghan had to eliminate a team still on the race course.

Episode title quotes[edit]

Episode titles are often taken from quotes made by the racers.

  1. "Clearly, I'm More Intelligent than You" – Alison
  2. "It Turned Ugly Just Now" – Kami
  3. "I Got Electrocuted" – Charla
  4. "Who Says Pageant Girls Don't Eat?" – Brandon
  5. "Are You Good at Puzzles?" – Brandon
  6. "Why Can't We Get a Camel?" – Marshall
  7. "Are You Sure This is Safe?" – Nicole
  8. "I'm Going to Jail" – Colin
  9. "If You're Going to Whine, Just Shut Up!" – Karen
  10. "If They're Screwing the Helmet to My Head, It Can't Be Good!" – Linda
  11. "It's Okay, Run Them Over!" – Christie
  12. "You've Just Made Me a Millionaire" – Chip

Prizes[edit]

Individual prizes were awarded to the first team to complete a leg.

  • Leg 1 - A vacation to Hawaii provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 6 - A vacation to exotic Mexico provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 7 - A vacation to sunny Latin America provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 8 - A vacation to sunny Caribbean provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 9 - A vacation to exotic Mexico provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 10 - A vacation to Europe provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 11 - A vacation to Hawaii provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 12 - A vacation to sunny Caribbean provided by American Airlines website AA.com.
  • Leg 13 - $1,000,000

Race summary[edit]

Route map
Destinations Legenda lotnisko.svg Air travel   Legenda kolej.svg Rail travel   Legenda prom.svg Water travel   Bus-logo.svg Bus travel
Route Markers Detour icon.svg Detour   Roadblock icon.svg Roadblock   Fast Forward icon.svg Fast Forward   Yield icon.svg Yield   TAR-pitstop-icon.png Pit Stop

Leg 1 (United States → Uruguay)[edit]

Airdate: July 6, 2004

The Detour for this Leg of the Race was Zips or Chips. In both detours, teams must get in the hotel. In Zips, teams had to ascend into a penthouse of the hotel across and travel by zip-line 210 feet (64 m) above the ground, then take a second zip line 18 stories down to the hotel pool to receive their next clue. In Chips, teams had to play roulette in the hotel casino with 20 chips and would receive their clue if they won a game. If they lost all of their chips, they would have to do the Zips task.

Additional notes
  • Teams had a choice to take one of two flights from Los Angeles to Montevideo and then take a bus to Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Additional tasks
  • At the Gorriti Island, teams had to search for three different departure times hidden on 11 trees.
  • At the Meat Warehouse, teams had to carry a 55 pound slab of meat, 0.5 miles (0.80 km) from the meat warehouse, then deliver it to La Rosada Carniceria and the butcher will pick up their next clue.

Leg 2 (Uruguay → Argentina)[edit]

In Buenos Aires, teams visited the grave of Evita Perón in la Recoleta Cemetery.

Airdate: July 13, 2004

The second Detour was Perro or Tango. In Perro, teams must take on the extremely popular job of dog walking. They had to walk eight dogs on a 1-mile course, while using a provided map to navigate past a series of three checkpoints to their final destination, La Flor. They were able to begin the task outside the cemetery. In Tango, teams had to travel across the city's crowded streets to a theater filled with similar-looking tango dancers. Teams were given a photo of a tango dancer; their task was to find the dancer who matched their photo. If the teams gave it to the wrong dancer, the dancer would take the photo and they would have to get a new picture and try again. The first Roadblock of the race was to play a game traditionally played by children in a ranch, ribbon roping. One team member must enter a corral and attempt to remove a bandana from the neck of one of the calves and a gaucho woman would give them their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At the start of the leg, teams had find a plastic ball on a dance floor filled with foam and rip the ball open to get the clue inside.
  • Teams arriving in Buenos Aires needed to find the correct grave of former Argentine first lady Evita Perón inside Recoleta Cemetery to get their next clue.

Leg 3 (Argentina)[edit]

Upon arriving in San Carlos de Bariloche, teams travelled to the Civic Center, where the mayor would hand them their clue.

Airdate: July 20, 2004

The Roadblock required one team member to search through 11,000 chocolates (by biting into them) until they located one with a white center. Of these 11,000 chocolates, 20 of them had a white center. When the white center is found, they would get their next clue. The Detour was Smooth Sailing or Rough Riding. In Smooth Sailing, each teammate had to paraglide in tandem with an instructor off a 5,000-foot (1,500 m) mountain. When they successfully landed, they would get their next clue. In Rough Riding, each team must ride a mountain bike on a 6 miles (9.7 km) course down the mountain. When they had completed the course, they would receive their next clue.

Additional task
  • Upon arriving at the Civic Center in San Carlos de Bariloche, teams had to find the mayor.

Leg 4 (Argentina → Russia)[edit]

Teams visited the Battleship Aurora docked in Saint Petersburg to receive the Detour clue.

Airdate: July 27, 2004

This leg's Detour was Block 5 Shots or Drink 1 Shot. In Block 5 Shots, teams had to travel to an ice hockey rink, put on a protective gear and step to the goal's position to block five slap shots by professional hockey players. If the shots are blocked, a coach would get their next clue. In Drink 1 Shot, teams had to travel to Anichkov Palace, and perform a cossack ritual: Balance a shot glass of vodka on the blade of a saber, and tilt the sword to drink the vodka, without dropping the glass. When they are done, they would receive their next clue. The Roadblock required one team member to eat 1 kilogram (2.2 lb) of caviar. When the caviar is successfully eaten, a waiter would give them their next clue.

Additional task
  • After finishing the Roadblock, teams must ride in a horse-drawn carriage to the Pit Stop at Catherine's Palace.

Leg 5 (Russia → Egypt)[edit]

In Cairo, teams visited the infamous Giza pyramid complex, including The Sphinx as the pit stop.

Airdate: August 3, 2004

In this Fast Forward, teams had to go to the Pharaonic Village and carry a sarcophagus and transport it via ferry into the temple to deliver it to the priest to win the Fast Forward. In the Roadblock for this leg of the race, one team member had to descend down a series of ladders into Osiris Shaft 140 feet (43 m) below sea level. Next, they retrieved a satchel containing puzzle pieces and presented it to an Egyptologist to get the next clue. The Detour was Rock & Roll or Hump & Ride. In Rock & Roll, teams had to use traditional techniques to transport two rocks weighing approximately 600 pounds (270 kg) across an area the size of a football field. In Hump & Ride, teams had to pick a pair of camels hitched to a cart loaded with carpets from a merchant and drive them through the desert to receive the next clue.

Additional task
  • At the Hermitage Museum, teams had to find the painting of The Return of the Prodigal Son by Rembrandt.
  • Teams had to use the puzzle pieces in the satchel collected at the Roadblock and a map to figure out their next destination. If teams placed their puzzle pieces onto the map, a hole in the puzzle would show them where to go.

Leg 6 (Egypt)[edit]

Upon arriving in the ancient city of Luxor, teams visited the Karnak temple complex to find their next clue.

Airdate: August 10, 2004

The Detour for this leg of the Race was Herd It or Haul It. In both detours, teams have travel by kalesh, a traditional carriage. In Herd It, teams had travel to Banana Island for load ten goats into a sailboat and deliver them to a shepherd on the other side of the Nile River and give the animals to a waiting shepherd for exchange in their next clue. In Haul It, teams travel 3 miles (4.8 km) to a pigeon farm and use a traditional device to haul water from the Nile into an urn and transport it by donkey to fill a cistern. When it is filled in a correct mark, they will get their next clue. In the Roadblock, one team member had to choose a large dig site to use archeological tools to dig, in a plot of sand, for unearth a scarab, a beetle stone carving which is a part of Egyptian mythology. When the scarab is found, an archeologist will give them their next clue.

Leg 7 (Egypt → Kenya → Tanzania)[edit]

The Pit Stop on this leg of the Race was the lookout over Lake Manyara in Tanzania.

Airdate: August 17, 2004

The Detour for this leg was Buzzing or Busy. In Buzzing, teams had to travel by bicycle to a local honey farm, put on a beekeeper suits and harvest 2 kilograms (4.4 lb) of honey from traditional African hives in order to receive their next clue. In Busy, teams had to travel to a furniture store and deliver two chairs to a specified house. When the chairs are delivered in a right address, the house owner would give teams a receipt. Teams then have to return to the shopkeeper and give him the receipt to get their clue. The Roadblock required one team member to eat an ostrich egg, cook a portion of it equal to two dozen chicken eggs and eat it to get their next clue.

Additional task
  • At the Z. Boskovic Air Charters, teams signed up for a charter flight to a mystery destination. The flights were departing at 8:00, 8:45, and 9:30
  • After the Roadblock, Teams must do the zip line known as Flying Fox, over the gorge 230 feet (70 m) below to proceed the next pit stop, Lake Manyara.

Leg 8 (Tanzania → United Arab Emirates)[edit]

The Burj Al Arab in Dubai was visited for a clue.

Airdate: August 24, 2004

In the unaired Roadblock, one team member had to buy nuts in the local market and then deliver them to a ship.[9] The Detour was Off Plane or Off Road. In Off Plane, teams had to travel to the Al Quwain Aero Club and tandem skydive 10,000 feet (3,000 m) with an instructor to a landing site in the Margham Dunes. When they had successfully landed in correct zone, they would get their next clue. In Off Road, teams had to travel directly to the Margham Dunes, where they must drive a marked 4x4 over a 6 miles (9.7 km) course to the desert and ending at the skydiving landing site. Teams could get stuck in the sand, forcing them to radio for help, which could take a long time.

Additional task
  • During the start of the leg, teams must sign up for one of three designated times on a charter flight to Nairobi departing every 30 minutes.
  • After finishing the detour, teams must take a camel and use a GPS navigation system program to guide them to the pit stop.

Leg 9 (United Arab Emirates → India)[edit]

The Victoria Memorial in Kolkata was the ninth Pit Stop of The Amazing Race 5.

Airdate: August 31, 2004

The Fast Forward instructed teams to travel 7 miles (11 km) to a temple and engage in a Hindu cleansing ritual that involves shaving the head of all hair. Once both team members were completely bald, they would win the Fast Forward clue. For the Roadblock, one team member was required to use a traditional Indian mold to make 20 mud bricks. If they weren't filled in the correct way, they fell apart. Once the factory worker determined that they were all properly formed, they would receive their next clue. The Detour required a choice between Heavy but Short or Light but Long. In Heavy but Short, teams had to travel over 10 miles (16 km) to Lansdowne to transport a taxi a half-mile to a local garage. The taxis have no engines, so teams had to push the taxi in a short distance, where the owner will hand them their next clue. In Light but Long, teams had to travel to Kolkata's largest flower market to find a particular stall and receive a garland, which they must then release into the Ganges for good luck to receive their next clue.

Additional task
  • Upon the opening of Wild Wadi, team members had to take turns riding a free waterfall slide.

Leg 10 (India → New Zealand)[edit]

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member rode in a Zorb down a hill in New Zealand.

Airdate: September 7, 2004

The Detour was Clean or Dirty. In Clean, teams had to drive 13 miles (21 km) to Okere Falls and perform an adventure sport called river sledging. With the help of the two guides, teams must complete 1 mile (1.6 km) course with only a small board, called a sledge for protection. In Dirty, teams had to travel 10 miles (16 km) to Hell's Gate and search for clues buried in a hot mud pit. In the Roadblock, one team member had to inflate a Zorb and ride it down a hillside. At the bottom of the hill, the rider had to walk the Zorb a short distance to cross a finish line, then get out and join his or her teammate and run to the Pit Stop.

Leg 11 (New Zealand → Philippines)[edit]

While in the Philippines, teams took part in one of the Detours involving ox-drawn plow.

Airdate: September 14, 2004

In the Roadblock for this leg, one team member had travel to Auckland Harbour Bridge and climb a 75-foot (23 m) ladder to the girders beneath the roadway. From there, he or she had to walk along the girders until they reached the clue on the other side. They were then lowered to a waiting boat below. The Detour was Plow or Fowl. In Plow, teams had to choose a marked field and use an ox-drawn plow to till the soil, until the plow caught on a buried rope attached to a hidden clue. In Fowl, teams had to work together and herd 1,000 ducks from one pen to another 50 yards (46 m) away.

Additional tasks
  • At Westhaven Marina, teams must find a yacht named Hydroflow and use the marked handles to bring down their next clue.
  • At Malagueña Motors, teams must decorate a jeepney with attaching items to provide completely. Once it decorated properly, teams will get their next clue.

Leg 12 (Philippines)[edit]

El Nido was the site of much of this Leg.

Airdate: September 21, 2004

In the one aired choice for the Detour, teams had to put on snorkel gear and search underwater for one of four giant clams containing their next clue. The Roadblock for this leg was for one team member to climb a 150-foot (46 m) rock wall using an ascender. Upon completing the ascent, he/she would get the next clue and rappel down back to his/her partner.

Additional tasks
  • At A. Sorano Aviation, teams caught one of two charter flights to El Nido at 10.45am or 11.30am.
  • Upon arriving at the islands located near El Nido, teams used binoculars and searched the shore of three islands for an island with the Philippine flag. If teams chose an incorrect island, they had to try again. When the correct flag was found, they got their next clue.
  • After the Roadblock, teams had to paddle themselves in a kayak to the pit stop on Lagen Island.

Leg 13 (Philippines → Canada → United States)[edit]

Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Canada was the location of the final detour of this leg.

Airdate: September 21, 2004

There was a final Roadblock of this race, which went unaired, that required one team member to build a teepee outside the Banff Springs Hotel.[7] The final Detour was Slide or Ride. In Slide, teams had to complete the Olympic course on a two-man luge at speeds up to 40 miles per hour and complete the course in 34 seconds or less. If they failed, they had to keep trying until they hit the target time. In Ride, teams had to use mountain bikes to complete the Olympic slalom course in three minutes or less. If they failed to finish in required time, they must keep trying to complete the time for receiving the clue.

Additional tasks
  • Teams caught a charter flight from El Nido to Manila that will depart on 6:30 a.m.
  • At the Lookout Mountain, teams had to hike up a 1,000 feet (300 m) snow slope to Continental Divide in order to get a clue which was placed at the top.
  • At the Fort Worth Stockyards, teams had to go into the giant maze to find 4 wooden boxes with their names on it, each containing a picture of a place previously visited on the Race (for example, the Canada Olympic Park), using the four keys provided on their respective boards. Then they must take the picture, find their way out of the maze and place it on the board. They must repeat the process for the other two locations with pictures, one at a time, in numerical order. The fourth and last given key from the board will open a wooden box which contains another key that will unlock the glass box on the board, which contains their final clue. The broadcast only showed teams looking for one photograph of the Canada Olympic Park and then finding the box with the key.
Unaired tasks
  • At the Shopping center, in an unaired task, teams had to pick an article of winter clothing (either jacket or gloves) for the rest of the leg.

Ratings[edit]

US ratings[edit]

Order Episode Rating Share Rating/Share
(18-49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 "Clearly, I'm More Intelligent than You" 6.4 11 4.3/12[10] 10.30
2 "It Turned Ugly Just Now" 6.4 11 N/A 10.50
3 "I Got Electrocuted" 6.9 12 4.6/13 11.11
12 "You've Just Made Me a Millionaire" 8.2 13 5.6/14 12.85

References[edit]

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