"Say Your Deepest Prayers Ever!"
Version: United States
Season: The Amazing Race 10
Episode No.: 13/13 (121)
First Broadcast: December 10, 2006
Viewership (in millions): 12.73[1]
Ratings/Share (18-49) 4.1/9
Episode Chronology
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Say Your Deepest Prayers Ever! is the Season Finale of The Amazing Race 10.


The final three Teams race to the Finish Line for their chance at the One Million Dollar Prize. The teams depart Spain and travel to France, knowing that every decision they make is crucial in this final leg of the Race.

One team gets left behind when the other two teams discover and board an earlier train to their next destination. Once they arrive, teams battle it out in a tedious Detour that causes frustration and arguments to ensue. Teams must do everything they can in order to maintain their composure and finish the task in order to receive their next clue. At the Roadblock, a 12,000 foot skydive causes a rift between team members that must be mended before they can move forward. Teams battle it out in the final destination city in an all out effort to reach the Finish Line first and claim the One Million Dollar Prize.[2]


Route Markers

The order of departure from Palau Nacional de Montjuic are as follows:

  1. Rob & Kimberly (11:09 pm)
  2. Lyn & Karlyn (11:44 pm)
  3. Tyler & James (11:53 pm)

Teams must make their way to Sagrada Família. Once there, teams must look for their next clue in the park behind the church.

Teams must fly to Paris, France. Upon arrival, teams must make their way to the Eiffel Tower to search for their next clue on the third floor.

Teams teams must take a train to the town of Caen. Once there, teams must make their way to Caen-Carpiquet Airport to search for their next clue.

The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock would have to perform a 13,000 feet tandem skydive with a skydive instructor over the skies of Normandy. The other team member remaining in the plane would be treated to a surprise nosedive. The skydiver parachuted down the sands of Omaha Beach. Once they landed at the ground, the person who did the Roadblock was taken to Bayeux train station in a military jeep with their next clue. While the non-participating member took the taxi and reunited with their partner.

The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:

Teams must travel by train back to Paris and make their way to Place de la Concorde to search for their next clue.

Choice A: Art
Teams must go to an art studio, pick up a painting, and then take the painting through the streets of Paris to a painter who was waiting on a landing by the Seine to complete. Once the painting was finished, they would receive their next clue.

None of the teams chose this task.

Choice B: Fashion
Teams must travel by foot to Anatomy Fashion Studio where they had to make a jacket, using the tools and materials provided, and put it on a mannequin for display. Once the designer approved their work, she would give them their next clue.

All of the teams chose this task.

Teams must fly to New York City, New York, United States. Upon arrival, teams must find the Daily News Building to search around the globe for their next clue.

Teams must walk to East Village and using a picture for reference find The Alamo, where they will find their next clue.

Teams must take a taxi to the town of Garrison and find the St. Basil Academy to cross the Finish Line.


     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
S10 TylerJames
 1st place 
Tyler & James
S10 RobKimberly
 2nd place 
Rob & Kimberly
S10 LynKarlyn
 3rd place 
Lyn & Karlyn
Single Moms/Friends


  • This episode's title is said by Tyler while on the waiting list for the earliest flight back to New York.
  • Depending on the time-zone, this episode was delayed by either 5 or 28 minutes due to overruns by NFL games.


  • Eric Goldman at (12/11/2006): "A lackluster finish to a solid season"