|"We Just Saw Johnny Mustard"|
|Season:||The Amazing Race Canada 5|
|Episode No.:||6/11 (052)|
|First Broadcast:||August 8, 2017|
|Previous:||"This Is a Real Cat and Mouse Chase"|
|Next:||"Break Time for Korey"|
We Just Saw Johnny Mustard is the sixth episode of The Amazing Race Canada 5.
The remaining 6 teams return to Canada to the national capital, Ottawa, Ontario, and ultimately end on the Quebec side of the Ottawa river in Gatineau.
First Place • Eliminated • Last placer on a Non-Elimination Leg • Season winner • Season 2nd place • Season 3rd place • ► Used the Fast Forward • ϵ Used the Express Pass• ⊂ User of the first Double U-Turn slot • ⊃ Recipient of the first Double U-Turn slot • ⋐ User of the second Double U-Turn slot • ⋑ Recipient of the second Double U-Turn slot• ~ Team that lost the Double Battle
- The episode title is said by Ryan upon seeing his brother, who lives in Ottawa, on the street.
- A 360 video posted on the show's social media pages shows a game of underwater hockey being played in Gatineau. This is the only 360 video of something that has not appeared in the show, so it is unknown whether it was a task that was originally planned or simply unaired.
- Jessica Liese & Dan Heaton at Reality TV RHAP-Ups (08/13/2017): "Season 5, Episode 6 Recap Podcast"
|The Amazing Race Canada 5 Episodes|
"Who Wants to Be the Python?" · "You've Got to Leave My Hose Alone Dude" · "It's Like Ducks in the Forest" · "This Is a Butt Workout" · "This Is a Real Cat and Mouse Chase" · "We Just Saw Johnny Mustard" · "Break Time for Korey" · "Can I See Your Kuna?" · "It's Like Finding Waldo in a Bunch of Waldos" · "They're Crawling on You" · "Canada's Coming Together Like a Piece of Cake"