|"It Was Like a Caravan of Idiots"|
|Episode Number||4/12 (160)|
|First Broadcast||March 8, 2009|
|Viewership (in millions)||10.13|
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It Was Like a Caravan of Idiots is the fourth episode of The Amazing Race 14.
The order of departure from Vila Panoramic are as follows:
Teams must travel by taxi to the Church of Saint Innokenty to find their next clue.
Choice A: Stack
Teams would have to stack wood into a large wall formation in front of an existing stack. If their wall collapses into the existing one, they would have to rebuild both. Once the wood is properly stacked, the lumberjack would hand them their next clue.
Choice B: Construct
Teams would have to a workshop and assemble a local-style window frame, then look for a house marked with a "Repairs Needed" sign and install the window there. Once the window is installed, the carpenter would hand them their next clue.
Teams must travel on foot to the Museum of The Last Bow to find their next clue.
Since Amanda & Kris completed the Construct Detour, they would be forced to backtrack and complete the Stack Detour before continuing.
Teams must travel by taxi to Bobrovy Log Park to search the grounds for their next clue.
The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock would have to complete a lap on a bobsled roller coaster in under four minutes while looking for seven letters scattered around the track. They then have to arrange the letters correctly (Chekhov) in order to receive their next clue.
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
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 U-Turn • ⊃ Recipient of the U-Turn
- This episode marks the first appearance of the Blind U-Turn.
- This episode's title is said by Mike, referring to the group of racers stuck at the Construct detour.