|"How's That Face Feel?"|
|Season:||The Amazing Race: Family Edition|
|Episode No.:||8/11 (093)|
|First Broadcast:||November 22, 2005|
|Viewership (in millions):||10.30|
|Previous:||"You Look Ridiculous"|
|Next:||"Don't Talk to Me Like I Was an Animal or Something"|
How's That Face Feel? is the eighth episode of The Amazing Race: Family Edition.
THE AMAZING RACE celebrates its 100th episode. Three consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Reality/Competition Program, over 300,000 miles traveled, 88 Teams and nearly 50 countries visited have made the first 100 episodes of Race simply "Amazing."
During this milestone episode, one family member amuses the rest of the family with a face plant into the water after plunging down a 60 ft. ramp. In addition, teams are shocked to receive a clue from an unlikely messenger, an 1,100-pound grizzly bear. Meanwhile, one racer's motor mouth drives fellow teammates crazy.
The order of departure from Lake Powell are as follows:
Teams must take a helicopter ride to Elephant Butte at Arches National Park, where they must choose two team members to ride the helicopter to the summit of Elephant Butte to retrieve their clue.
Teams must drive themselves to Moab to find the Gemini Bridges, where they will find their next clue.
Choice A: Ride Down
Teams must choose bikes and ride a marked 6 mile course down through Bull Canyon to find their next clue.
Only the Weaver Family chose this task.
Choice B: Drop Down
Teams would have to complete a 270 ft two-stage rappel down down the rock formations of Bull Canyon. Once all team members were safely on the ground, teams must follow the marked path to receive their next clue.
Teams must drive themselves to Green River State Park, where they would spend the night. Their departure time will depend on the order they arrive.
The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock would put on skis and a skiing outfit. They would have to ride down a 60 ft ski jump into a pool below to get their next clue.
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
For coming in last place, the Weaver Family would have to surrender all of their money and possessions, except for the clothes they're wearing and their passports, and they would not receive any money at the start of the next leg.
First Place • Eliminated • Last placer on a Non-Elimination Leg • Season winner • Season 2nd place • Season 3rd place • ► Used the Fast Forward • > Used the Yield • < Recipient of the Yield
- This episode's title was said by Megan of the Linz Family.
- Brandon Griggs at The Salt Lake Tribune (11/22/2005): "Amazing Race scrambles across Utah tonight"
- Fara Kearnes at StarBlogs.net (11/23/2005): "If You Live, Let's Go Out!"