|"Gorilla? Gorilla?? Gorilla???"|
|Episode Number||7/12 (163)|
|First Broadcast||March 29, 2009|
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Gorilla? Gorilla?? Gorilla??? is the seventh episode of The Amazing Race 14.
The order of departure from Jaigarh Fort are as follows:
The Fast Forward instructions were given to them after finding their clue at Phuket Zoo. None of the teams opted to take the Fast Forward. According to a Post-Race interview with Mel & Mike, teams had to go to a market and buy items for a local orphanage using the team's own cash resources.
Teams must take a picture with Phuket Zoo's main mascot, Esso the tiger, then participate in an elephant show, involving being lightly stepped and squatted on by elephants. When the elephant show is finished, the tiger handler would hand them their picture, containing their next clue.
Teams must travel by taxi to Nguan Choon Tong Herbs Shop and ask the storekeeper to open a drawer until they receive their next clue.
Choice A: 100 Barrels
Teams would have to travel to Pae Yod to help prepare a fishing boat for ten days out at sea. They must choose one of 6 fishing boats, fill 47 barrels with water, and load 53 barrels on the upper deck. Once the fishing boat is properly prepared, they'll receive their next clue.
Choice B: 2 Miles
Teams would have to transport a rickshaw, with one team member sitting in it, 2 miles from Wat Phutta Mongkhon Nimit to King Rama IX Park to find their next clue. In the event of a flat tire, bike pumps would be provided alongside the rickshaws. Teams cannot hire a cab to lead them to the park. Teams can swap who is in the rickshaw and who is pulling at any point during the task.
First Place • Eliminated • Last placer in Non-Elimination Leg • Saved from elimination by the Salvage Pass or The Save • Season winner • Season 2nd place • Season 3rd place • ► Used the Fast Forward
- This episode's title is said by Victor while asking the locals on the streets of Thailand for the location of the gorilla statue.