|"If I Were in Town, I'd Ask for Your Number (Part 2)"|
|Episode Number||8/13 (129)|
|First Broadcast||April 1, 2007|
|Viewership (in millions)||8.95|
|Previous||"If I Were in Town, I'd Ask for Your Number (Part 1)"|
|Next||"The Way You Look, Yeah"|
If I Were in Town, I'd Ask for Your Number (Part 2) is the eighth episode of The Amazing Race: All-Stars.
Teams head to Warsaw, Poland where a disagreement sparks an intense argument and name calling between teammates.
The order of departure from Lazienki Palace are as follows:
Teams must travel to the monument of the Polish Underground State and the Home Army in Warsaw, where they must get one of two tickets for a charter bus to their next destination, leaving at 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm to the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau, a concentration camp used during World War II during the genocide of the Jewish people. At the concentration camp, teams have to light a memorial candle on the railroad tracks to honor those who lost their lives during the Holocaust. Once they've observed the memorial silence, they would receive their next clue.
The teams that Intersected are as follows:
The intersected teams would have to climb a set of stairs up two different towers,t he "fire guard" tower of St. Mary's Basilica and the Town Hall Tower located in the Main Market Square, and count how many stairs there were. They then have to add up both towers' stair. Once they have both numbers with a result and present it to a guard, if they calculate the correct answer, they would win the Fast Forward. Oswald & Danny and Uchenna & Joyce won the Fast Forward.
Choice A: Eat It Up
The intersected teams must make their way one and a half miles to an old market. Once there, each team member had to use traditional methods to make one 3 inches length of Polish kiełbasa. After finishing, the teams would be served 8 feet of cooked kiełbasa. Once each person ate 2 feet of sausage, the teams would receive their next clue.
All of the teams chose this task.
Choice B: Roll It Out
The intersected teams must make their way one and a half miles to the J. Mazurek bakery in the city's Kazimierz, the Old Jewish Quarter and properly roll out twenty bagels. When finished, they would make their way on foot one quarter of a mile to Klezmer Hois with a delivery of fresh bagels for the headwaiter. Once delivered, they would receive their next clue.
None of the teams chose this task.
The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock would have to don a full suit of authentic medieval armor and lead a horse half a mile through the forest to the castle gates. Once at the castle, they have to deliver the horse to the stable boy, enter the courtyard, and search for the Pit Stop.
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
For coming in first, Uchenna & Joyce won a trip to St. Lucia provided by Travelocity. While Uchenna & Joyce and Oswald & Danny tied for first, there was only one prize to be given away. Oswald & Danny opted not to take the prize and give it to Uchenna & Joyce.
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• > Used the Yield • < Recipient of the Yield
- This episode's title, along with the previous episode's, is said by Oswald to one of the Polish pianists at the Perfect Pitch Detour.
- After this episode, Charla & Mirna, who placed 6th in their original season, improved on their previous placing.
- Josh Wolk at EW (04/02/2007): "Twice as inappropriate"
|The Amazing Race: All-Stars Episode List|
"I Told You Less Martinis And More Cardio" · "Beauty Is Sometimes Skin Deep" · "I'm Sorry I'm Wearing A Bathing Suit; It Is Very Weird, I Know" · "No Babies On The Race!" · "You Need to Watch Your Jokes, Guy" · "We're Going to Trade You for Food Now" · "If I Were in Town, I'd Ask for Your Number (Part 1)" · "If I Were in Town, I'd Ask for Your Number (Part 2)" · "The Way You Look, Yeah" · "We Are Trying to Make Love, Not War" · "Good Doing Business with You" · "Oh My God, the Teletubbies Go to War" · "Low to the Ground, That's My Technique"