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The Devil Made Me Do It is the penultimate episode of The Amazing Race 7.


Some teams reserve seats on flights while others take a risk with unconfirmed tickets for an earlier connection.

Nearing the last legs of the Race, some teams take a chance by purchasing airline tickets without confirmed seats on a connection, while other teams have seats on a direct flight which arrives later. Forced to beg for money and personal provisions, one Racer shares a stranger's tube of lipstick. One team uses the Yield to hold back another team. Will this delay affect their standing in the Race?[2]


Route Markers[]

The order of departure from Rumeli Hisari are as follows:

  1. Uchenna & Joyce (10:53 pm)
  2. Meredith & Gretchen (11:57 pm)
  3. Rob & Amber (12:37 am)
  4. Ron & Kelly (12:53 am)

Teams must travel to Sirkeci railway station. Once there, a dervish would escort them through a room of whirling dervishes to find their next clue.

Teams must fly to London, England, United Kingdom. Upon arrival, teams must find "the zebra crossing made famous by The Beatles album cover", which they had to figure out referred to Abbey Road, to find their next clue.

Teams must make their way to the London Eye. While riding the Ferris wheel, teams must spot a flagged building, located at the London Marriott Hotel County Hall, where they would find their next clue.

Choice A: Brains
Teams must take the London Underground and solve a series of three riddles. First, teams had to find the left luggage at London Waterloo station for their first item, where they would receive a bag and magnifying glass. Second, they had to find the three naked men statue in Hammersmith tube station and find a tobacco and pipe. Third, they had to find and make their way to the Baker Street tube station and find the statue outside to find the third item, a deerstalker hat. Once finished, teams took the mystery items that would eventually lead the teams to 221B Baker Street, the home of Sherlock Holmes Museum and find the detective nearby, who would hand them their next clue in exchange for the items.

Rob & Amber and Ron & Kelly chose this task.

Choice B: Brawn
Teams must make their way to Battersea Park where teams have to transport five 160-pounds boats from a lake to the storage area 500 yards away. When completed, teams would be handed their next clue.

Meredith & Gretchen and Uchenna & Joyce chose this task.

Teams must make their way to the Millennium Dome to find their next clue.

At the Millennium Dome, teams would have the option to Yield a team. Rob & Amber used the Yield on Ron & Kelly.

"Who's got the drive to win?"

The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock must drive a double-decker bus through a marked course without hitting any cones. If they hit a cone, the bus driver would reset the bus back to the beginning of the course before they could start again. At the end of the course, the they would have to park the bus in the designated parking area to receive their next clue.

The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:

Teams must find Potters Fields Park to check in.
For coming in first place, Rob & Amber each won a JVC home entertainment system.


     First Place •      Eliminated     Last placer on a Non-Elimination Leg or continue racing on a No-Rest Leg     Season winner •      Season 2nd place •      Season 3rd place • Used the Fast Forward> Used the Yield< Recipient of the Yield
Rob & Amber
 1st place> 
Rob & Amber
Ron & Kelly
 2nd place< 
Ron & Kelly
Former POW/Pageant Queen
Uchenna & Joyce
 3rd place 
Uchenna & Joyce
Meredith & Gretchen
 4th place 
Meredith & Gretchen




The Amazing Race 7 Episodes

"Courteous? This Is a Race!" · "The Whole Country Hates Me" · "Do You Need Some Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation?" · "What a Gaucho You Are!" · "I've Been Wanting a Face-Lift for a Long Time" · "Houston, We Have an Elephant" · "They Saved the Eyeball" · "Mow'em Down Like Grass" · "We Have a Bad Elephant" · "We Got a Gnome! We Got a Gnome!" · "The Devil Made Me Do It" · "Five Continents, 25 Cities, and More Than 40,000 Miles"