Cathy Drone? is the sixth episode of The Amazing Race 16.
The order of departure from Eglise Saint-Étienne de Wargemoulin are as follows:
Teams must drive themselves to Reims and find the Joan of Arc statue outside the Reims Cathedral. Once there, they must "listen to what [they] saw", leaving teams to figure out that a nearby woman playing a musical saw would give them their next clue.
Teams were given a cork from a bottle of Champagne Leclerc Briant, leaving them to figure out that they must make their way to the Leclerc Briant wineshop in Épernay, where they would find their next clue.
"Who's ready to cave in?"
The team member assigned to this Roadblock must rappel 100 feet into the chalk cellars of the winery of Leclerc Briant to search for a bottle of champagne marked with a small yellow and red striped flag on the bottom amongst the riddling racks. After finding the bottle, they must return to the surface to use the traditional sabrage technique to open the bottle, the force of which would propel their next clue out of the bottle.
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
Choice A: Tower
Teams must stack 680 champagne coupes into a 15-level pyramid with only one coupe on the top level, then pour the entire contents of a magnum of Taittinger champagne onto the top of the pyramid, all without breaking any of the glasses, in order to receive their next clue.
Only Dan & Jordan chose this task.
Brent & Caite, Carol & Brandy, Jet & Cord, Jordan & Jeff, Louie & Michael, and Steve & Allie chose this task.
Choice B: Terra
Teams must search the 1 square-kilometer, winter-barren Taittinger vineyards for a cluster of wine grapes marked with a Race flag. After finding the grapes, they must return it to the harvest foreman to receive their next clue.
First Place • Eliminated • Last placer on a Non-Elimination Leg • Season winner • Season 2nd place • Season 3rd place • ► Used the Fast Forward• ⊂ Used the U-Turn • ⊃ Recipient of the U-Turn
- The episode title is said by Dan Pious after misinterpreting a local's pronunciation of the word "cathedral".