You Look Like Gollum is the second episode of The Amazing Race 28.
The order of departure from Museo Soumaya are as follows:
The team member assigned to perform this Roadblock would have to climb El Totumo and search the mud-bath inside for a satchel containing an emerald. They then have to clean and give it to a judge on the nearby beach, who in exchange, would direct them to swim out to retrieve their next clue.
The Roadblock performers per team are underlined:
Teams must make their way by taxi to Manzanillo del Mar back in Cartagena to find their next clue.
Scott & Blair must help a group of fisherman pull in a fishing net. Then, they must help them gather the fish captured in the net, before being allowed to continue.
Choice A: Pop Up
Teams must, using materials on the beach, finish making a makeshift tent for a group of party-goers. When completed, they must have the locals drive their vehicles under the tent. Once the party starts, teams will receive their next clue.
Choice B: Parrilla
Teams must make three plates of parilla. Once they've completed the three dishes correctly, they must serve the plates to a group of customers 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 • ϵ Used the Express Pass• ⊂ User of the first Double U-Turn slot • ⊃ Recipient of the first Double U-Turn slot • ⋐ User of the second Double U-Turn slot • ⋑ Recipient of the second Double U-Turn slot
- This episode's title was said by Burnie, referring to Korey walking down the stairs of the mud volcano.
- This episode marks the first time The Amazing Race visits the country of Colombia.
|The Amazing Race 28 Episodes|
"I Should've Been a Boy Scout" · "You Look Like Gollum" · "Bros Being Jocks" · "Get It Trending" · "We're Only Doing Freaky Stuff Today" · "Let the Good Times Roll" · "Welcome to Bloody Fingers 101" · "I Have a Wedgie and a Half" · "Salt That Sand!" · "Monkey Dance!" · "That's Money, Honey" · "The Only First That Matters"