In the next round, Danielle is assigned a plate of pigs' feet in sauerkraut. Amy, meanwhile, is confronted with a plate of poi. Again, in both cases, there is simply a preposterous amount to try to eat in a minute. Amy gamely dives into the poi, but it's thick stuff, not really meant to be wolfed down, and try as she might, it just can't be done. Jason keeps telling Danielle to swallow without chewing, but the pigs' feet aren't going down. She gives up the ghost relatively early, while Amy fights it out to the end, but can't eat fast enough.
In the last round, both members of each team have to eat, and they have two minutes instead of one. Danielle and Marcellas get something called "jungle curry," while Lisa and Amy get the food that's sort of the Poster Child of Scary International Food...haggis! The haggis is introduced with a hilariously dramatic horror-movie-style swell of music, and even some twitchy, Blair-Witch-y camera work. Marcellas walks away from the table, not even wanting to be at the same table with haggis. He returns, though, to make an effort at the curry. He calls the haggis "Satan's favorite pâté." Oh, Marcellas, how I love you when you're bitchy. It's such a tragedy how you annoy me the rest of the time. "That is the stuff of nightmares!" he gasps, back out in the yard during dinner. Amy and Lisa give up on the haggis as entirely too disgusting to have in their mouths for two entire minutes, while Marcellas and Danielle have to throw in the towel on the curry because it's so hot that they have flames leaping from their tongues. Jason is extremely unhappy that, because no one has won any food for the week, he won't have any food for the week either.