Original Airdate: 03.01.2005
The racers head off to Peru home of high altitude, people who don't speak English (imagine that!) and spitting Llamas. The team that came in first? Got $20k! Hey, who upped the budget? Good-bye Ryan and Chuck, it was fun while it lasted.
Original Airdate: 03.08.2005
As the racers head to Chile, the competition heats up. There's sneaky lies, shiny shoes, slippery books and shopping! Rob & Amber come in first while Megan and Heidi bring up the rear and shuffle off to Sequesterville.
Original Airdate: 03.15.2005
Some racers prove they have more sense then the planners by saying "hell no" to a ridiculously large helping of food. But the 4 hour penalty they decide to take isn't enough to help Debbie & Bianca, who started the leg lost and ended up last.
Original Airdate: 03.22.2005
The racers stay in Argentina and play at being gauchos. Some people take advantage of their good luck and come in first, while some wallow in pessimism and bring up the rear. (Oh, that's Rob & Amber and Susan & Patrick – in that order.)
Original Airdate: 03.29.2005
Leg 1: Bloodied Gretchen & Meredith get stripped of their money and packs but stay in the race. Leg 2: They rally to beat Ray & Deana and the Bros. (And we left out exciting bits like a car crash and a foot race to the mat.)
Original Airdate: 04.19.2005
It's all India as the über leg continues. The racers encounter stiff elephants and stubborn camels. Joyce proves she's no wimpy model as she and Uchenna shave their way into first. Lynn & Alex, however, will giggle no more on the Race.
Original Airdate: 04.26.2005
The teams do an about-face and head off to Turkey. Rob is hoist with his own petard as his gamesmanship leads other teams to an earlier flight. Uchenna & Joyce come in first. Ron & Kelly come in non-elimination last and win a prize.
Original Airdate: 05.10.2005
Limbo and onions and golf, oh my! In the TAR7 finale, Romber's Fern proved to be their undoing. Speaking of undone, how's that relationship Ron & Kelly? Uchenna & Joyce gave us a feel-good, come-from-behind win – and even paid the cab driver.