We're Not at Charm School Learning How to Be a Gentleman, We're Racing is the ninth episode of The Amazing Race 4.
Exhaustion and infighting contribute to one team becoming lost in Malaysia, and the two last-placed teams dash to the finish just seconds apart to avoid being eliminated.
The order of departure from Manukan Island are as follows:
Teams must take a marked car and drive themselves to Sandakan and find the Trushidup Palm Oil Plantation to look for their next clue.
The Fast Forward instructions were given to teams after receiving their clue at Poring Hot Springs. Teams must drive themselves to the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary and feed the orangutans. Once they have fed the orangutans four pieces of durian, they can claim the Fast Forward. Reichen & Chip won the Fast Forward.
Choice A: Chop
Teams must use local tools to knock down palm nut bunches with an envelope attached. For every one envelope with a clue inside, there are three that are empty.
Only Kelly & Jon chose this task.
David & Jeff, Jon & Al, and Millie & Chuck chose this task.
Choice B: Haul
Teams must haul 25 palm nut bunches into a truck. Once the truck is fully loaded, it will drive away, revealing their next clue.
"It's time for the 'ladder' part of the Race."
The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock must climb up a rattan ladder 50 feet inside of the cave. At the top, they would have to balance atop a shaky wooden platform to retrieve their next clue from inside of a basket, and could then climb back down.
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
Teams must drive themselves to Sepilok Nature Resort to check in. For coming in first, Reichen & Chip won a festive Latin American vacation courtesy of American Airlines.
First Place • Eliminated • Last placer on a Non-Elimination Leg • Season winner • Season 2nd place • Season 3rd place • ► Used the Fast Forward
- This episode's title was said by Jon of Kelly & Jon in a confessional about an argument between them involving his often mean behavior.
- With Millie & Chuck's elimination, Kelly is the last female still racing.