I Don't Kiss, I Make Out! is the third episode of The Amazing Race: Family Edition.
Teams are sent on a journey to a mystery location where they must perform a challenge that is out of this world.
Tensions mount at the airport when families show signs of wear and tear and biting words are exchanged. One racer turns a cumbersome task into playtime, goofing off and annoying her family in the process. After many failed attempts at a task and with no end in sight, elimination seems imminent for one family.
The order of departure from Welbourne Manor are as follows:
Choice A: Forrest Gump
Teams must drive 7 miles to Wando Shrimp Co. in Mount Pleasant and hop onto a shrimp boat and use their hands to de-head 200 pounds of shrimp to receive their next clue.
The Aiello and Gaghan Families chose this task.
Choice B: Muddy Waters
Teams must drive 37 miles to Ridgeville and find Ridgeville Mud Run and drive a 4x4 SUV through an obstacle course to a 400 feet gully filled with mud. They must make one complete round course before receiving their next clue. If they got stuck, they would have to wait to be towed out and restart the course.
Teams must make their way to the Charleston Visitor Center either on foot, if they chose the Forrest Gump Detour, or by driving, if they chose the Muddy Waters Detour, and sign up for one of two charter buses departing at 3:00pm and 5:00pm to a mystery destination, Huntsville, Alabama. The first bus would carry the first four teams, while the second bus would carry the last four teams. They would find their next clue at the bus terminal in Huntsville.
Teams must drive themselves to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center and find the Edward O. Buckbee Hangar to find their next clue.
"Who's ready to feel the pull of more than 3 Gs?"
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
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
- The episode title is said by Stassi Schroeder.