RON SHAHAR: Eleven Israeli couples went to the biggest TV game in the world. Seven of them remain in the race. Tonight they will arrive in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Here they will make their first steps towards the sixth end point of the race. Skip RON SHAHAR: The competition is getting tighter and couples have every reason in the world to be the first to reach the sixth finish point of the race. INTRO ALON AND HEN, DEPARTING IN FIRST PLACE HEN: Easy, easy. ALON A.: Easy, easy. Route Info. HEN: We… ALON A.: You must take a train to the Czech Republic, the land of ancient castles and medieval buildings. RON SHAHAR: Crews must now board a train to take them from Krakow, Poland, 500 kilometers to Prague, Czech Republic, the land of ancient castles and medieval buildings. RON SHAHAR: When they arrive they will have to get off in the suburbs of Prague, at the Kutna Hora station. There the Church of the Bones awaits them. ALON A.: You have 550 shekels for this part of the race. HEN: Come on. ALON A.: Come on. HEN: Here’s a taxi. ALON A.: Where? HEN: No? ALON A.: Why did he not stop? C-ALON A.: We proved to everyone, no matter what happens, we win the million, we don’t win the million, yes we will reach the final, me and Hen, the strongest couple here. HEN: No, well what? ALON A.: What, maybe they do not stop at night? HEN: What’s wrong with you? Well, Alon, let's go. ALON A.: Let's call. Ask someone to call. HEN: You're wasting precious time, Alon. Here's a taxi, yoo, yoo, it's just unbelievable. C-ALON A.: This is the chance to show everyone and prove to them who Hen and Alon are. HEN: Well, listen, this is not a matter, you want to go to the square? ALON A.: Another moment one will stop, calm down. ALON A.: Starting, say, we have not started at all, you start with your nonsense? HEN: Now you will see Oren and Alon traveling. ALON AND OREN, DEPARTING IN SECOND PLACE ALON H.: You have 550 shekels for this part of the race. ALON H.: Come on, where is this Czechia? How long is the train? Skip C-OREN: We decided, I decided, that we would walk the road from the last point towards the train station of Krakow. Skip ALON H.: Yoo, he from the moment we left does not stop talking. C-OREN: So we were dragged on foot through the streets of Krakow accompanied by somebody who digs into our minds and from the moment we met him did not plug his mouth for a moment. Skip ALON H.: Yoo, he's digging. Skip ALON H.: Buy me a beer. OREN: What, are you crazy? C-ALON H.: After all, there is a limited budget for each part of the race. Oren does not approve for it, of course not for food, water even is also not consumed. ALON H.: Save another two euros, you miser, on my back. C-ALON H.: No food, no water, I'm parched, it stinks, chewing gum, no money, no money, that's the feeling we live. ALON H.: Want to kill you already, we haven’t even started yet. HEN: Alon, come, Alon, come. Skip HEN: Get in, Alon, just get in, get in. ALON A.: You see, two weeks here, we've been married eight months. I feel like I'm married to her for 5,000 years. PUNDAK AND MOTI, DEPARTING IN THIRD PLACE MOTI: You have to take a train to the Czech Republic, where you have to walk to the Bone Church in Kutna Hora. C-PUNDAK: We received the news that we were going to Kunta Hora in the Czech Republic. As someone who understands a bit in the world, I had no idea what a Kunta parent (hora) was. C-MOTI: What do you understand in the world? I told you, you in Tel Aviv understand and that too under pressure. Skip OSNAT AND CARMIT, DEPARTING IN FOURTH PLACE OSNAT: You have 550 shekels for this part of the race. CARMIT: I was in the Czech Republic. OSNAT: Have you been to the Czech Republic? CARMIT: Yes. OSNAT: Do you know her like the back of your hand? OSNAT: Here comes a taxi, come. C-OSNAT: I think there are articles about us in all the newspapers, in all the countries. OSNAT: What a hunk you are, only the Englishman will speak English. C-OSNAT: Every country we go to, the crazy ones that came. Skip OSNAT: What, are you sick? Skip OSNAT: Are you sick? Skip ALON A.: Come on. HEN: Yoo, so cold, God. HEN: Five in the morning until eleven. ALON A.: Let's find some corner. C-ALON H.: Three in the morning, I'm walking here on Polish soil, lugging my bags. Skip ALON H.: Until five. Skip ALON H.: Fine, great, let's lie here like refugees. C-OREN: We got there and it turns out the station is closed. Hen and Alon have been there already, there is nowhere to be, we are trying to find some refuge from the terrible cold that is there. ALON H.: I want to make sure, just so I’m not confused, it’s ten to three in the morning, not three in the afternoon. (/s) Skip ALON H.: He does not close his mouth. ALON H.: Feels like a refugee, my mother is a refugee and I am a refugee. I was dumped at three, three at night on trains in Krakow, Poland. ALON H.: I'm going to sell it, hot dogs, hot dogs. Skip One euro, we need money, really. Skip ALON H.: Here, I sold it for ten! OREN: Coming, police coming, guys, settle down. ALON H.: Police. ALON H.: Good morning, sir. Good morning. HEN: You want hot dogs? ALON H.: Shh. ANAELLE AND AKIVA, DEPARTING IN FIFTH PLACE AKIVA: You have to take a train to the Czech Republic. Onwards, come. ANAELLE: Yes. BAR AND INNA, DEPARTING IN SIXTH PLACE BAR: You have 550 shekels for this part of the race. TOM AND ADELE, DEPARTING IN LAST PLACE ADELE: Route Info. Come on, go. TOM: Come on, go. ANAELLE: Run, run, here's a taxi. C-ANAELLE: We were very happy that we were going to the Czech Republic, we were very happy. Skip C-ANAELLE: In my heart I just felt so relieved as if ten stones had now fallen from my heart, that I was pleased with it. Skip C-ANAELLE: I'm leaving this dark place. I left the old Anaelle in Poland and now I am a new Anaelle in the Czech Republic and I am very happy about it. INNA: Come on, a special taxi for the train. BAR: Obviously. Here's a taxi. This is not a taxi. INNA: Yoo, need to run. C-BAR: I've been in the last week, the last few days, I find myself very much on a thin rope with the suffocation issue in my throat. Skip C-BAR: I also do not yet understand where the powers come from. We seem to come from the lowest and lowest. INNA: Come, mami. C-INNA: I do understand, we have it, we have this power from within. Even if it sometimes seems like we are breaking down, it is legitimate to experience this outlet and it is also necessary. INNA: The things I know about myself are appalling, the power of will. BAR: The ambition. INNA: The ambition. The phobia of this failure. C-INNA: We must maintain each other otherwise it will not work. It's not easy what we're going through, it's no picnic. TOM: Here’s a taxi, I saw a taxi there. Skip ADELE: Tom, here, there's a taxi here. TOM: Atonement for her, I'm sick of how she wanted. C-TOM: We had a bad day yesterday, a hard day. We are currently in a bit of a problematic situation because we have received a penalty, a Speed Bump. Because we finished last, which is actually another task and it's not an easy situation. Skip C-ADELE: We're really going to go now to give a fight to all the ... to Inna and Bar and the Yemenites and Oren and Alon and pity them, really pity them because I'm not going to give up this thing after what happened yesterday. I'm going to fight it to the end. And that's it. C-TOM: We sincerely hope ... C-ADELE: We're out for another new day. TOM: Ask him how long it’ll be to get there. ADELE: If I ask him, would it help you? TOM: It won’t hurt. Skip ADELE: As if you know what you're saying. TOM: He told you five minutes. ADELE: He does not understand English, it's just numbers he knows. TOM: Listen, Poland is a developing country, they have only just realized that English is an international language. TOM: You will know that Israel is a perfectly normal country, you suddenly perceive it. TOM: That we may not know from impurity, only that he doesn’t get into trouble on the way there. Skip ALON A.: Come, Hen, come on. Skip HEN: Oren, Alon, come. ALON H.: Come on, come on, come on. Skip OSNAT: Come on, it seems to me we'll meet the guys here at the end. Where are we, babe, Carmit? OSNAT: Here, let's ask this slick. CARMIT: Yes. Skip OSNAT: Come, baby, come, come, babe, come, come, good soul, do you want to get married? Here? OSNAT: Where? Where? Bidak from the "Goose" brand. OSNAT: Where? Where? One day we're gonna get beat up, we're not gonna figure out where. Skip ANAELLE: Come on, beautiful. Skip INNA: Bar, what about me? BAR: What, honey? INNA: You closed the door on me. BAR: Come on. BAR: Here are the Yemenites. Skip C-BAR: We arrived at the station of Krakow, of the train. Skip C-BAR: And we had to buy ourselves some food for the trip. We stopped, bought fruit, I wanted to buy energy bars. What happened is that I was debating whether we should buy ourselves the big coffee, as if we had considered taking the half and then we said, well, let's spoil ourselves, it's all ten shekels, but ten shekels is critical, well, we'll take. I took the big coffee and that's it and then we got on the train. Beautiful, come on. Skip ADELE: God will save, that the train just will not leave now. Mother, Bar and Inna are not here either, mother. TOM: What's going on here, tell me? ADELE: Where to buy tickets? C-ADELE: So we got to the train station, at first we could not find where the area to buy tickets was, we got tangled up. TOM: Maybe it's a registered name where to buy? ADELE: It says “get to the tickets for position nine”, what? TOM: You will learn to speak beautifully, to explain beautifully, to stop shouting. ADELE: I did not shout. AKIVA: Come on, go up, go up, go up. TOM: What is going on here? ADELE; What is this, mother. C-ADELE: Really was, was terribly scary because there was no one to help you. Skip C-ADELE: And you try to ask people, to tell people, like they'll tell you where to go and you catch people just not talking. Skip TOM: Let's run, let's go there. ADELE: God save, come on. C-ADELE: We're afraid now that the train is going to disappear on us, we're basically like at the same last place that we started. ADELE: No, just don’t let the train run away from us. TOM: Here, come, come. Skip ADELE: Everybody's here. C-TOM: Let us not know from impurity, I just believe very very much that there is something up there and that everything that happens, happens for the better. C-ADELE: All thanks to him. C-TOM: And I think he's watching over me. C?-TOM: What is certain is that we will reach the country at least, we will know how to manage even if we get stuck in some hole in the central station. C-ALON H.: We are starting to have only seven pairs already, the majority are already strong enough who can catch themselves in the final and it is stressful. You say, I can not make a mistake here with the fatigue, with the difficulty, I must be super focused. BAR: Inna, your wallet? INNA: No, mami, you're holding him all the time. BAR: Hold on, I'm looking, hold on. Skip BAR: Calm down, calm down, calm down. INNA: Did you leave it in the coffee? BAR: No, I did not use it in coffee, the coffee money was here. BAR: As if this is not something I ever leave behind, no way. C-BAR: We got on the train and ... C-INNA: We found out we did not have the wallet. C-BAR: We found out we do not have the wallet and we do not have the money, the wallet is gone. BAR: What a movie, I can not believe it. INNA: Do not believe. C-BAR: We were so... we skimped and kept the money because it's pretty critical in this race, the amount of money you have is all you have, you get stuck without, you lose at a task. C-INNA: If you're done with one and you do not have enough money to get a taxi you are not actually done. I mean this move of saving money, it's a big part of saving yourself in the race. BAR: I'm like trying to think what, when we got the coffee was there a situation where I took off my wallet? No way. C-BAR: What happened was that I disassembled the coffee, divided it in half, so I needed two hands. While I was handing out the coffee I put down the wallet for a second and then the wallet just disappeared. BAR: There was two hundred dollars inside, do you know how long it will take you to collect such a sum that will help you? INNA: We have a chance to raise that money and if not that much or so. We will pass a carriage and there is nothing else to be done. Bar, talk to me. BAR: One second. INNA: But it will not help. BAR: Okay, second, can I just think for a couple minutes? INNA: Pause, but is it possible? BAR: It's possible. INNA: Thanks. C-INNA: We were at a low point. C-BAR: And we descended lower than it. C-INNA: And we went lower than what ... C-BAR: Without a doubt. C-BAR: We knew we had to now raise our heads and be strong and start humiliating ourselves now and go and amok as if to collect money, as much as possible. At least we get to a point where we're a little bit equal, to have a balance. INNA: Well, come on, let's go face to face. BAR: What chutzpah. Skip C-INNA: Just as its name implies, it was to beg, just like that. Skip C-INNA: There were people who crooked our faces for a penny. Skip C-BAR: And so we passed through the carriage for hours. C-INNA: Hours. Skip C-INNA: They were when we got the money, every time I reached out a shiver went through me. Skip C-INNA: And I'm just saying to myself, Mom, where are you to see what your daughter is doing? INNA: Please help me with what you can a little, no matter how much. Skip C-INNA: It was humiliating, it was just humiliating, there is no other way to describe it. BAR: We have 218 shekels so far, we have another 420 to raise. C-INNA: Just like the emotions inside are already starting to leak out, I'm really trying to hold back and not want to fall apart but the tears really started to choke. BAR: Cox, what's up? INNA: A bit humiliating. BAR: What, collecting money? INNA: I have no problem that ... as if, you know, they will hate me, curse me, just not this look of pity. C-BAR: How many times during the race I hold Inna and Inna holds me, I tell her, Inna, how does this happen? And she tells me, Bar, how is this happening to us? Why us? Like actually how are all the miracles and wonders on Bar and Inna? Why? C-INNA: Bar and Inna, Miracles and Wonders Ltd. BAR: Do not worry. INNA: I trust us. No matter how low we get, we ... will know how to get along. BAR: This is ironic, as if with all our extravagance we have to go on the train and collect money. BAR: There's nothing to be done. I'm so sorry. ALON H.: There's a 50-year-old man here. OREN: Yes, a little consideration for the adults here, please, hello. TOM: Come, my life, but why are you last, come on. What is this? What is this thing? ADELE: Two kilometres. TOM: An 18-year-old girl. If I want to I'll bypass everyone here in a round. OSNAT: But I, but I alone led marching these hallelujahs ALON AND OREN, CURRENTLY IN FIRST PLACE ALON H.: Route Info. TOM AND ADELE, CURRENTLY IN SECOND PLACE ADELE: Welcome to the Czech Republic. BAR AND INNA, CURRENTLY IN THIRD PLACE BAR: This is the Bone Church which contains over 40,000 human bones. RON SHAHAR: Crews must now enter this unique church named after 40,000 human bones from which it is built. The bones in the church are arranged as a work of art for everything. The belief that prayer near the bones on display would elevate their souls led many Czechs to ask that they use their bones to build the church. RON SHAHAR: One of the couple will have to count the skulls in the main hall while the other has to distract him by reading the history of the church aloud. Only after the church pastor is presented with a card with the correct answer of 936 skulls will they receive the following hint from him. OREN: Come. ADELE: Come on, go. BAR: Come on. ALON H.: Come on. OREN: Start reading. ALON H.: The first revelations. OREN: One, two, three, four… ALON H.: Of the silver mines. C-OREN: In fact it is a church whose main space is adorned with human skulls and human bones. C-ADELE: Real skulls that are truly human. C-TOM: Let us not know from impurity, that in fact you should come and count all the skulls. As if Israel had heard, O Lord our God, the skulls of the Gentiles within some church. BAR: In the center of the church there is a chandelier made up of all kinds of bones that can be found. C-BAR: So Inna counted, I read and interrupted. BAR: The burial area was significantly enlarged between 1318 in the 14th century AD ... ALON H.: The burial area was significantly enlarged in 300. C-ALON H.: While Oren counts I have to read a passage about the church, to require the matter to interfere, during the count, by reading the history of the place. ALON H.: The environment of the municipality of Kutna Hora. C-INNA: It's terribly hard to master, they seem to be arranged in such a way that every shortcut calculation you try to do, every time you try to get smart it knows how to surprise you. INNA: I did not miss anything here, right? It's just this and that. Oh, here it seems to me, too. C-INNA: And the amount of skulls was, too, it was never-ending. OREN: Seven, eight, nine, ten. ALON H.: Wait, pause, pause, pause, pause, how are you counting? I want to know how you count. OREN: I count like that. ALON H.: How many of these do you have? Count for one moment. OREN: No, Alon. ALON H.: Do not be stressed, period, that's the point. It's worth me five minutes now. OREN: I do not know what you're talking about. ALON H.: All this, this is all such a section ... OREN: Let me start counting, Alon, it's not helping, you're bothering me now, you've getting me out of concentration, let me do it the way I want to do it, you'll think if there's another solution. ALON H.: There is a solution. OREN: Start counting- ALON H.: I can’t do that. OREN: Start reading. TOM: Slowly, my life, all is well. ADELE: Enough, Tom, if you talk to me I'll be confused. TOM: Sorry, sorry, sorry. ADELE: Start reading, Tom. TOM: A brief historical overview of the quasari. Located in the town of Kutna Hora in Sura Sedlec. TOM: This fact is reflected by… C-TOM: Hear Israel dig me, I do not know what history is, you bring me to read history and citizenship. TOM: Going down the steps of the church you can see the inscription Frantisek Rint Czechia Skalice. (Wikipedia it) C-TOM: Oh my god, it fucked my brain, only from reading can you fuck your mind. TOM: After the entire local aristocratic family, the Slavnik family, were murdered. ADELE: Shit. TOM: The first 12 monks came to the area. TOM: The first 12 monks. C-TOM: I preferred to read quite quietly and did not listen so much because I was all in prayers at heart that Adele would count properly. TOM: Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, one Lord. That day you will help Adele. C-TOM: So I do not know exactly what I read but I know it was boring, very boring. TOM: I no longer have the strength to read it anymore. INNA: 75 and another 7. ALON H.: Is it equal? OREN: It is 52. TOM: What is this? ADELE: Connect it all together. TOM: What have you done, God save. ADELE: Connect three and add this and this and this and this. TOM: Three and add, let's sit a second on the side, let's. OREN: Shit. Skip C-BAR: First time it was at the level of the impossible to do it. INNA: Fine, go wait. C-BAR: As long as you have not been able to obtain the exact number of skulls, all over again. Now we are immediately waiting out our penalty for our turn to re-enter to continue the count. TOM: How hard you made it, God. ADELE: There's nothing to do, mami, that's how I do it. TOM: But that way I can not solve, we have no way to solve it now, I do not have a calculator here. PUNDAK AND MOTI, CURRENTLY IN FOURTH PLACE MOTI: Welcome to the Czech Republic, this is the Church of the Bones which contains over 40,000 human bones. Come on, let's go in. ANAELLE AND AKIVA, CURRENTLY IN FIFTH PLACE AKIVA: Route Info. ANAELLE: You must accurately count the number of skulls inside the entrance hall. Onward. ANAELLE: God forbid. AKIVA: This place is shocking. C-AKIVA: We did not imagine that this was what we were going to see. It is not just a church, it is a cemetery where the skeletons are outside of the grave. ANAELLE: I- I must not think it was really humans, let's try to think it's just plastic. AKIVA: Not caught at all. AKIVA: The surroundings of the town of Kutna Hora according to the findings. C-ANAELLE: I told Akiva, they’re plastic for me, because I had to count them and if I was concentrating that it's really a human head I would faint on the spot. PUNDAK: Okay, wait this is complicated, I want to think about some method. I will be confused for sure, it is impossible not to be confused. MOTI: So do not get confused, do it exactly, you can. C-PUNDAK: Now it would have seemed so difficult to me that I said, in my opinion, at the end of the mission, they would also find us as skeletons there on the ... on the wall. C-MOTI: Inside one of the cages. C-PUNDAK: Rotting there. I said, maybe it's the pastor's plan. Of the pastor, to finish us off there, there are the skulls of Moti and Idan. TOM: 19 and another 3 is 22. Showw, what did you do here? I have no idea what's going on here. Leave, it can not be solved, well, it can not be solved. It can not be solved like this. What have you done to me here? ADELE: I told you I could not concentrate like that. TOM: But that's the way it can be solved. ADELE: Okay, but that's how I solve it. C-TOM: In the first attempt we did not show a number to the pastor because I could not understand the numbers Adele had written. TOM: You can, let's solve it, I do not know how to solve it. TOM: The units that go 19, 23, 27. ADELE: That's how I know how to calculate. TOM: But this is how it is impossible to calculate, this is how no one can calculate, so let's solve it now. Make tens like this, ones like this. ADELE: No, listen well, if you shout at me one more time, really, if you shout at me one more time I'll raise your voice even more, so do not start with me, why I'm okay now, I'll raise my voice if you raise me again the voice, did you hear me? Now start calming your voice. TOM: I explain to you. ADELE: Did you hear what I'm telling you? You will not raise your voice against me. TOM: Who is raising voice against you? ADELE: Be more relaxed. TOM: Like this is how I raise my voice, I wasn’t raising my voice earlier, what do you want? ADELE: So do not raise your voice on me, you will begin to calm yourself. TOM: The voice, not raising the voice. ADELE: So start calming yourself down and fast. ALON AND HEN, CURRENTLY IN SIXTH PLACE ALON A.: Route Info. OSNAT AND CARMIT, CURRENTLY IN LAST PLACE OSNAT: You must accurately count the number of skulls in the marked area inside the entrance. OSNAT: Come on. The surroundings of the town of Kutna Hora. C-OSNAT: I was allowed to read to her the entire history of the church. OSNAT: Between the years 1280 to 1320. C-OSNAT: Boring, I have to read from before the count, after the count, who died, where they were brought from. OSNAT: A member of the…Markoveric family…. C-OSNAT: Complicated names, I got involved with it. OSNAT: In 1870 in the 19th century AD, he rearranged the bones of a Czech carpenter named… Frantisek. Fluff. Bullshit. CARMIT: Wow, wow, I need a calculator. OSNAT: The arrow coming out of the eye of the Turkish soldier… HEN: Under the chandelier there is an entrance to an underground room that contains the bones of 15 wealthy citizens. You just need to listen to me. C-HEN: I was sure at first it was something to do with the pages. HEN: It is believed that the Aquarius Church is the tomb of 40,000 people. Okay, so if it's 40,000 people and there are 206 bones here. C-HEN: I was already thinking mathematically in my head from what I read on the pages, because I said, there’s no way, you can not count so many skulls here. It was completely full of them. AKIVA: How many? ANAELLE: 210. AKIVA: 210, check? ANAELLE: Yes. ANAELLE: Ya Rabbinan. How am I going to count these? It's really hard. PUNDAK: We could be stuck here for hours. MOTI: Yes. PUNDAK: Hours. I hope everyone else gets stuck too. ATTEMPT #2 ALON H.: What do you want to count again? OREN: Maybe something in the foyer. PUNDAK: Oren and Alon end it as not passable. ATTEMPT #2 INNA: Well, do you want us to recount everything? BAR: Come on. HEN: You have 30 on 30, that's 60. So there are only four pyramids because two were destroyed by the same carpenter. ALON A.: Well. HEN: So that's 40,000, right? ALON A.: Henchuk, this is about counting in the marked area, it has nothing to do with this. HEN: I'm telling you that's what it's about. ALON A.: Fine. Skip ALON A.: You see, Hen? I told you it's not by the pages, you just have to count. HEN: Fine. MOTI: Good, Hen did not succeed either. PUNDAK: She didn’t succeed? CARMIT: I don’t believe it. It’s close. CARMIT: Don’t believe it. C-PUNDAK: Every time we waited, we waited we saw a couple come out without the number, we kick, beauty. C-MOTI: We said, what a beauty. Failed, nah, they deserve it. OSNAT: Where could you have gone wrong? I do not know. OREN: Come on, let's give. ALON H.: This double-check, okay? OREN: This room is double-checked. INNA: Okay, let's try. BAR: Are you finished? INNA: I don’t know. Skip ALON AND OREN, CURRENTLY IN FIRST PLACE ALON H.: Route Info. OREN: You must reach the tunnels near the church. There in the witches' room the next clue awaits you. RON SHAHAR: Crews must now reach the underground medieval tunnels adjacent to the church. Here without any explanation they will have to enter the witches' room and search for their next clue. The witches are especially fond of the Czech people and the room into which the couples will enter is full of magic and magic props designed to mislead and confuse them. RON SHAHAR: Actually, a thick layer of dust covers the floor of the room and at its end stands a broom. The crews must now figure out for themselves that only after they have swept the dust off the floor will the next clue be revealed to them. Skip BAR AND INNA, CURRENTLY IN SECOND PLACE BAR: Route Info. You must reach the witches' room, where you will find the following clue. ALON H.: Come on, come, come, come quickly, come on. ALON H.: Come on, come on, come on. C-OREN: We reached the tunnels near the church and started down the stairs. BAR: Slowly, Cookie, slowly. INNA: Okay. C-INNA: We go down the stairs and get into some dark space. C-ALON H.: There was something magical, mysterious, dungeons, it was awfully beautiful. C-OREN: From there we actually get to the witches' room. ALON H.: Wow. C-OREN: And there we need to find a clue. OREN: There should be a hint here somewhere. INNA: Okay, we need to find the next clue where to go. Maybe on the board? OREN: Maybe on the stone? OREN: Let's think for one second. C-ALON H.: You walk in, you're thrown into the room, okay, cool and also, what, what do they want? INNA: Is there a chance it's in the cockroaches? BAR: No, no, you do not have to look for the hint in my opinion, you have to put together something, seems to me. C-INNA: We started touching on all sorts of elements and realized we were getting into a certain sort of task, the solution had to be simple. C?-BAR: It's like there should be something simple and complex together. It's like a thought game like that. C-INNA: It's always simple, and Bar and I were always wrong about it, that we would think more than necessary. BAR: Yoo, I'm trying to think. INNA: Take a moment, thirty seconds. OREN: Need to create maybe some mix of something. C-OREN: By the way, I thought maybe something of the worms and cockroaches should be concocted. C-ALON H.: Obviously. C-OREN: A little tidying up. C-ALON H.: Oren's simplest method, the simplest, most obvious, of course. C-OREN: Complicate things a bit. ALON H.: Well, what is it? I do not understand what is wanted here in my life. ATTEMPT #2 TOM: Fine, let’s count here, come. ADELE: You will never be able to calculate this in your life. One, two, three, four, five, six. C-TOM: On the second attempt Adele counted excellently, I had to calculate everything she counted. TOM: 1 plus 7 is 8, 8 plus 1 is 9. *pause* 1 plus 1 is 2. C-TOM: I do not think I’ve turned my head on like that since eighth grade, I did calculations there. C-ADELE: Tom did the calculations like a king, he calculated every second. C-TOM: Wow, what is this. TOM: 9 plus 7, okay, 9, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven… C-ADELE: Tom calculated it in about five minutes and it's really hard to calculate, I say I could not calculate it, well done to him he was able to do it, I say I would not be able to calculate it. He also calculated it pretty quickly, properly and ... and after that. TOM: Mami, I’ve finished. Wow, that was a headache for me. C-TOM: Listen, I do not like to brag, but I'm kind of perfect, dude. C-TOM: What are you laughing at? You’re supposed to say that for me in my place. ADELE: No? *oooooohhhhhh* mystery dialogue. Let your imagination go wild. *heard from Adele*: “my life…..well done…..” that’s all I could get though. PUNDAK: We have a wall above the altar, we have ten above the glass. C-MOTI: We started doing calculations of all the walls, we arranged it right by parts. OSNAT: Watch out, watch out, I'm not showing you. C-PUNDAK: We ran like mad to the priest. Skip C-PUNDAK: He smiled, he said, ooh, very good. PUNDAK AND MOTI, CURRENTLY IN THIRD PLACE MOTI: Route Info. MOTI: Conquering first place now, will not help anyone anything. Skip OSNAT: You’re wasting your time. Memory’s gone. OSNAT AND CARMIT, CURRENTLY IN FOURTH PLACE OSNAT: Route Info. MOTI: Okay, start searching. Skip OSNAT: What are you looking for, Carmit? OREN: I think it might be worth sweeping the floor here. Give me a moment. OREN: See if it opens here, opens? ALON H.: No, you think too complex. OSNAT: In your mother, Carmit, come, come, in your mother? CARMIT: Where are we going? Sewage channels. BAR: What, what, where is the brain? INNA: Try to go here. BAR: Why does the brain not work? INNA: Wait, maybe something needs to be moved here? BAR: No, it's not related. MOTI: What do witches do? Witches, witches, what are they doing? PUNDAK: So let's enchant the next clue. C-PUNDAK: They said, think like a witch. Now I'm in the past. C-MOTI: You were a sorcerer. No, because your nose remains on you, well. C-PUNDAK: I was a bit into magic. I was at Chico and Dico's academy first, really. MOTI: Expensive crystal ball. C-MOTI: Then Idan with his scientific sense tells me, Moti, we should be like witches. MOTI: Crystal ball. Skip MOTI: I'm Motty the Wizard, Harry Potter Lahav. (a g.translate error too funny to correct) Skip MOTI: Show me the way inside. MOTI: It’s not this. C-MOTI: How big of an idiot you can be! C-PUNDAK: Am I an idiot? C-MOTI: Yes! Who else came up with this idea?! C-PUNDAK: Did you have a better idea? C-MOTI: Who’s got a well-developed mystical sense? OREN: Maybe the hint is written on the floor in some way. C-ALON H.: Very quickly with Oren's line of thinking, that it, he has it, he said, it's witches, it's the broom, in a trance he began to sweep the floor. C-OSNAT: The whole room was full of sawdust when we saw a broom so we thought it should be used for something. BAR: Okay. INNA: Okay, cool. C-INNA: We started sweeping and suddenly it was visible. C-BAR: A hint. OSNAT: What is this? OREN: Go. INNA: Go to the light. OSNAT: In the light of the lanterns. OREN: Follow the light of the lanterns. Skip C-MOTI: We ran out of time, we could not find the clue, the witch told us to leave. Okay C-MOTI: She knocked us the gaze of you’re the dumbest I know and like I know dumb. I do not know what to tell you, where could it be? OREN: Alon, Alon, come. OSNAT: Come, come. In the light of the lanterns. OREN: The lanterns are the ones with the ... here, these. INNA: Okay. BAR: Follow the light of the lanterns, follow the light of the lanterns. Follow the light… INNA: Wow, we’re close. INNA: Wait, in the light of the lanterns. There are a few here. C-INNA: We started again with the boardwalk. C-BAR: To mess up. C-INNA: To get bogged down with this nonsense, with this whirlpool we get into when we're a little stressed. BAR: Second, a second, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate. INNA: Wait, wait, Bar? BAR: What? INNA: Go to the lantern light. C-BAR: It's like the system's trying to get smart with us, so we're getting smart with the system and then... C-INNA: And we were screwed. C-BAR: And fucked. C-BAR: Too much thought and last place because we thought too much. BAR: Lantern. INNA: Okay. INNA: Take her? BAR: Come. BAR: No. INNA: Wait. INNA: Is it this? BAR: Go to the lantern’s light. This is the lantern, I went to her light. INNA: Wait, maybe there's something there? BAR: No. BAR: Wait, wait a second, we came from there, right? So maybe we should go downstairs? INNA: No, Bar, Bar, no, it's not down. C-ALON H.: We discovered the clue and left the witches' room. We followed the lanterns. OSNAT: Come, Carmit, come, come. ALON AND OREN, CURRENTLY IN FIRST PLACE OSNAT AND CARMIT, CURRENTLY IN SECOND PLACE ALON H.: Duel. OSNAT: Duel. RON SHAHAR: A Duel is a task in which the couples compete with each other. The winners go on and the losers wait for the next pair. This is the opportunity for the couples to change their place in the race. RON SHAHAR: The next Duel is a tribute to the witches' night celebrated every year by the Czechs. Each team will receive their own colour, yellow or red. They will perform this Duel in costume as witches mounted on a broom and will have to move around the hall with huge wheels at their feet. Each witch team will have to capture a bat in their colour from the floating bats in the hall space. With the bat in their hands they will have to reach the shooting line with it. From there they will try to hit it into the witches’ cauldron of their colour. The pair that finishes shooting four bats into their cauldron first will receive the following hint from the sorcerer. RON SHAHAR: The losing pair will wait for another round and the last remaining pair will have to wait 15 minutes before they can continue the race. OREN: Come on. ALON H.: What to wear? OSNAT: You want to marry me? But how I am like, though. It’s okay? Yes. ALON H.: Come on. BATS AND WITCHES OREN: Come on, do you have time to waste? Get in, get in. C-ALON H.: The two Yemenites stood on eight wheels in the centre of the stage. Skip C-ALON H.: A broom tucked between their legs. OSNAT: Ya Rabbi. C-ALON H.: The opening whistle began. ALON H.: Come on. CARMIT?: Don’t let them touch us. ALON H.: Well, what, are you stupid? C-ALON H.: Duel, you get a pair of rollerskates, a broom. ALON H.: Drive, drive, drive right, right. Chase. C-ALON H.: Have to bring down bats in your colour. OSNAT: Well, come on. CARMIT: Ossie. OSNAT: Come. CARMIT: Take a bat? OSNAT: Yes, yes. C-ALON H.: And throw it in the bucket of your own colour. ALON H.: Stand up. OREN: Come on. ALON H.: Concentrate. Yes! Good! CARMIT: Well, move on. ALON H.: Come on. Come on, chase. OSNAT: They (the skates) sail for them, free do they sail for them. OSNAT: Stand up, stand up, do brakes on one leg. C-OSNAT: We've never been on skates, we do not know what it is. OSNAT: Yoo, jowaz stored. ALON H.: Good! OSNAT: Where, I'm not succeeding, Carmit. CARMIT: I’m tired, you do not understand. OSNAT: Where are you? C-ALON H.: For the first time, a 57-year-old woman with busy muscles. OSNAT: Ya Rabbi. C-ALON H.: This whole race is hard for her, bad for her, everything hurts for her. OSNAT: Where are you? CARMIT: I'm after you, do not worry. C-ALON H.: And she gets on the skates. CARMIT: Backwards. CARMIT: Poor. OSNAT: Brother, my hand, that’s it. OREN: Ossie, are you okay? OSNAT: No, I’ve knocked my hand. I’ve knocked my hand. OREN: What’s the matter, Ossie? OSNAT: No, I knocked my hand. C-OSNAT: I fell on my hand. C-OSNAT: Infernal pains, a waste of time. OREN: Ossie, sweetie, what's happened? Do you need help getting up? OSNAT: No, I stop, I knocked my hand here. OREN: Where did you get it? C-OSNAT: I could not lift myself off the floor. OSNAT: I'm about to faint, I'm about to faint. Wow, what a hell of a pain. C-OSNAT: I was just thinking about the pain, I was not thinking about anything. And when they picked me up and put me aside to rest I felt really bad, I felt like I was about to faint. OSNAT: Wow, wow, what pain. Wow, wow. CARMIT: I, I'm here, I'm watching over her. OSNAT: I have excruciating pain in my hand. C-OSNAT: I said, if it's over here, if I broke my arm, it's over, the race is over and we go home. OSNAT: I'm about to faint, Carmit. CARMIT: Do not faint. Slowly, slowly, I know it hurts. FLASH FORWARD CHURCH OF BONES HEN: In 1784 at the end of the 18th century… ATTEMPT #2 TOM: The monastery was destroyed by Emperor Joseph II. AKIVA: Under the chandelier there is an entrance to an underground room that contains the bones of ten wealthy citizens. C-AKIVA: In the end I managed to come up with a method when I saw that the whole page was full of numbers so every time I got to the number I said in letters. For example the 15th century I said the fifteenth century. AKIVA: At the end of the eighteenth century AD, the monastery was destroyed by Emperor Joseph II. C-ANAELLE: What a cannon, I did not notice. C-AKIVA: I used letters. C-ANAELLE: You did not tell me that, I did not notice. Cannon. Skip ANAELLE AND AKIVA, CURRENTLY IN FIFTH PLACE AKIVA: Route Info. ANAELLE: Thank you very much. Come on. Skip ALON A.: They succeeded, I do not believe it. TOM AND ADELE, CURRENTLY IN SIXTH PLACE TOM: Route Info. ANAELLE: The name will keep, what are all these candles? AKIVA: It’s crazy in here. TOM: God save. Come on, mami, let's do this. ATTEMPT #2 ALON A.: Let's be optimistic. C-HEN: Then we saw Tom and Adele give the number to the pastor and we started to get stressed out about it. Skip C-HEN: And we realised that if we failed again, we would be left behind and everyone would open up a very significant gap on us. C-HEN: And it broke me, that's just the word, it broke me, that yesterday we arrived first and today we just could not do the task and we slipped to last place. HEN: No, I just do not believe this. ALON A.: I also do not believe. BAR: Inna, what's happening to us? Why can't we do this, mami? INNA: Bar, breathe before we ... BAR: I'm breathing. C-INNA: The stress we were expelling in all the missions really really hurt us. We had to lower the dose to move forward otherwise it just did not work. BAR: Let's go downstairs. INNA: Down? BAR: Come. INNA: Isn’t this where we came from? No. C-BAR: Then suddenly out of desperation I realised that maybe it's not that complicated. It's actually quite simple. INNA: Here's a lantern light, Bar. BAR: Okay, here are the lantern lights. BAR: Like two complete idiots. ADELE: What is this, God forbid. TOM: Not knowing impurity. ANAELLE: Mother, what is this? Shoshi, come and help me, I dare not do it. God forbid. ATTEMPT #2 MOTI: What are witches, potions, potions, what does a witch do? Let's make a potion, let's make something. TOM: What are you doing, Adele? ADELE: That's what a witch does. TOM: Witches travel at night with this thing. ADELE: On a broom. Skip TOM: What, are you stupid? C-ADELE: I decided a witch was riding this broom. ADELE: Maybe we have to ride together? C-TOM: I'm like an idiot sitting with her behind her. TOM; Should we come to you? ADELE: Maybe I'll be on your back? C-TOM: We said, let's go to the witch, let's go all the way to her, another second I got into her. TOM: Try for a second to think in depth. C-ANAELLE: Okay, witch room, what do witches do? We said spells, okay, we looked at the crystal, cards, no. There is a broom. C-ANAELLE: Then just Akiva started sweeping really inadvertently, not with the aim of finding. AKIVA: I found something here, Shosha. Skip Follow the light of the lanterns. ADELE: Maybe you need to sweep, wait, maybe you need to sweep? TOM: Do you want to listen? Do you want to do just that again? ADELE: But what else are you wanting to do? TOM: You're wasting time, think for a second. MOTI: It's not on the floor, it's not ... it should look something beyond here. TOM: I say it's not that. Enough sweeping every second. Skip TOM: Not knowing impurity. ATTEMPT #3 C-HEN: We knew we were last, we were also not so focused anymore. ALON A.: That's the number. HEN: Are you sure? C-HEN: How much can one concentrate on the bones and see death before one's eyes? Enough I feel like in a second I'm going to die even in this cold. Skip ALON AND HEN, CURRENTLY IN LAST PLACE ALON A.: Route Info. ALON A.: Come on, go. HEN: I'm just in ... I want to cry. Come, let's go, come on. Look for a key, Alon, a key or something. C-HEN: I tried like this, come on, Alon, let's renew our strength for a moment, reset, try to finish it as soon as possible. ALON A.: Is there anything inside here? Skip CARMIT: Slowly. OSNAT: Wow, what pain. CARMIT: Slowly, Ossie. She’s taking care of you. C-OSNAT: I rested a bit. OSNAT: Bring me water, Carmit. C-OSNAT: Bandaged my hand. And I decided this is where I do not break, it will not help in court, I did not come here to return home because of pain in the hand, it is not what will break me. ALON H.: She’s great, she’s great, she’s great… OSNAT: Wait, I'm still back, baby. ALON H.: Probably coming back. ALON H.: Dead on you, you won it, you're in business. C-OSNAT: Then I said to Carmit, I'm not breaking, are you continuing with me? She told me, keep going. OSNAT: I did not die in the walls, not for that, for the end because of skates. C-OSNAT: I have excruciating pain but that's not what will break me. We will rest, wait until the end of the mission and move on to the next missions. Hopefully I will succeed. I am currently in pain but we will deal with that later. C-CARMIT: I hope we succeed. C-OSNAT: We will succeed. C-CARMIT: With God's help. C-OREN: And that ends their mission, and ours unfortunately, because since it was a Duel we had to wait for the next couple. INNA: Yoo. BAR AND INNA, CURRENTLY IN THIRD PLACE BAR: Duel. C-BAR: Duel mission. C-INNA: Versus Alon and Oren. C-BAR: Against Alon and Oren, which is like first, entertaining explosions. BAR: Wow, wow, they're poisoned. BAR: Watch out, watch out. C-BAR: Inna and I have never skated, which means we had about ten minutes to learn how to do it. INNA: Well, come to our broom. INNA: Come. BAR: We're going to fall, crash. INNA: It’s okay, won’t be bad. C-INNA: Ten minutes, what are you talking about? C-BAR: Five? C-INNA: We did not recover and Alon jumps on us like, come on, I'm about to kick your ass. C-BAR: We have not yet had time to blink and yet he is already in the madness of war, he has already put on his war suit in freedom. OREN: Concentrate. C-BAR: Really a magician. ALON H.?: Good! INNA: Bar. BAR: Go ahead, go ahead. INNA: Bar, no pressure! ALON H.: There’s pressure!!! Skip C-BAR: Inna and I drive, boom, bump into the wall, boom, I bump into Inna. Skip C-BAR: Inna, Inna, stop, stop, stop, into the wall. ALON H.: Good, Oren, good. INNA: Wait, Bar, stop, stop, brakes. ALON H.: Oren, you have four more, one of these inside, they have not even put one in yet. C-BAR: We have not yet had time to breathe, I did not understand the task at all, I did not listen to it, it happens to me. INNA: Okay, Bar, be careful. INNA: What do you do? C-BAR: You did not record what stupidity came out of me on that mission. Eh, the red area. C-BAR: I did not see the cauldron that was there. C-BAR: I was sure we had to weave our way into our so-called red box from a distance, what a leak. INNA: What? C-BAR: And not only that, but I didn't even know we had to score, as if from where I have to get to the cauldron as long as I throw it in the place and don't score, like there's more to it than that. INNA: No, you have to hit the pot! ALON H.: Thus. Good. INNA: Shit, Bar, they’re defeating us. INNA: Shit. ALON H.: Concentrate, quiet. Skip OREN: Victory lap! ALON H.: Victory lap. ALON H.: War, war, war. OREN: You can stop, the game is over.