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"We're Going to Trade You for Food Now"
TAR11E6
Version United States
Season Season 11
Episode Number 6/13 (127)
First Broadcast March 25, 2007
Viewership (in millions) 10.59[1]
Ratings/Share (18-49) 3.3/8
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We're Going to Trade You for Food Now is the sixth episode of The Amazing Race: All-Stars.

Synopsis

A high seas adventure turns into a nightmare for one racer, and one team hits a breaking point when they are pulled from a plane they have already boarded.

As the Racers head to Tanzania, one Team takes a huge risk and puts it all on the line in an attempt to get ahead of the pack.[2]

Story

Route Markers

The order of departure from Fortaleza de Maputo are as follows:

  1. Charla & Mirna (9:07 pm)
  2. Dustin & Kandice (9:47 pm)
  3. Teri & Ian (10:13 pm)
  4. Oswald & Danny (10:18 pm)
  5. Joe & Bill (10:32 pm)
  6. Eric & Danielle (10:33 pm)
  7. Uchenna & Joyce (10:36 pm)

Teams must fly to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Upon arrival, they must make their way to the ferry terminal and must pull a number to one of these four separate times through a dhow to the island of Zanzibar, where they will find their next clue.

Choice A: Solve It
Teams must make their way one third of a mile to the Beyt al Chai hotel where they would put together a 62-piece puzzle that recreates an image from a style of local artwork known as tinga tinga. Once the puzzle was completely solved, they would receive their next clue.

Charla & Mirna, Eric & Danielle, Joe & Bill, Oswald & Danny, Teri & Ian, and Uchenna & Joyce chose this task.

Choice B: Schlep It
Teams must make their way one mile to the Kijangwani Lumber Yard. Once there, they have to choose a local handcart and load two 50 lb logs into their cart. Once loaded, teams have to travel more than a mile to deliver the logs to a dhow shipyard until a manager would receive their next clue.

Only Dustin & Kandice chose this task.

Teams must travel to the village of Kikungwi, home of the Maasai people, to search for their next clue.

The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock would have to would learn how to use a traditional wooden weapon called a rungu used by members of the Maasai community by throwing it 65 feet to destroy clay targets in order to retrieve their next clue from inside.

The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:

Teams must make their way to Stone Town and find the Old Fort of Zanzibar to check in.

For coming in first, Charla & Mirna won a 12.5-foot catamaran for each team member.

Leaderboard

Legend:
     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



CharlaMirna
 1st place 
Charla & Mirna
Cousins
OswaldDanny
 2nd place 
Oswald & Danny
Best Friends
UchennaJoyce
 3rd place 
Uchenna & Joyce
Married
DustinKandice
 4th place 
Dustin & Kandice
Beauty Queens
EricDanielle
 5th place 
Eric & Danielle
Dating
JoeBill
 6th place 
Joe & Bill
Life Partners
TeriIan
 ELIMINATED 
Teri & Ian
Married Parents

Trivia

  • This episode's title is said jokingly by Oswald to Charla & Mirna while on the dhow.
  • The past-season highlight selected by Thermacare for its "The Amazing Race All-Stars Moment of Relief" during this episode was Joyce shaving her head (with Uchenna's encouraging words) in Leg 8 of The Amazing Race 7 to win the Fast Forward and come in first at the Pit Stop. They ultimately won the season.
  • This episode was delayed 38 minutes on the East and Mountain time-zones due to overruns by NCAA March Madness.

Reception

  • Lyn Jensen at Reality TV Fans (07/17/2014): "The Amazing Race Classic Episode, Africa, Season 11"

References

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