On a trip to India, a Bollywood style challenge proved a huge difference for the men of "The Amazing Race" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on CBS). Of the five remaining teams, two of them are pairs of men, and it was those two teams that struggled the most with a challenge that had them join a Bollywood dance troupe and learn a routine.
But no one struggled as much as Mark, who came to this challenge after getting severe motion sickness on a bus ride there. He struggled with his stomach and the heat as he tried over and over again. Finally, after all the teams had gone, his best friend Bopper came up to him and suggested they just call it a day. He didn't want to risk losing his friend to a heat stroke or worse.
But after cooling down and calming down a bit, they vowed to finish this leg of the race with their heads held high. They would serve as an inspirational example to their children. And they were indeed the last team to hit the mat, but for the second time this season, they did so on a non-elimination leg. Somehow, those Kentucky boys find a way to keep on racing.
"The Amazing Race" continues Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
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