Cooking ensues. George and Will want to make dessert. Janelle makes some apple crisp. Marcellas tells everyone to present the plates nice and clean. They cook and they cook, and when they're out of time, a whistle blows, and it's time to have the judging. For whatever reason, the judging is in the back yard, but rather than going outside for it, they houseguests watch from the living room. It turns out that the guest judges are Jun (from BB4), Marvin (from BB5), and Nicole (from BB2).
The dish for Monday is "slop crisp with vanilla ice cream." The judges think it looks good, and when they taste it, they think it tastes good, too. Janelle is happy that they liked her crisp. I suspect there was a lot of ice cream involved, and you can't go wrong with a lot of ice cream. The dish for Tuesday is "slopfredo." The judges think it's good, but they don't taste much slop in it. Seriously, where in an Alfredo concoction are you going to hide oatmeal? Boo, Erika! For Wednesday, "pan-fried slopcakes with confetti vegetables." The judges hate the slopcakes very, very much. They're way too chewy, among other things. "Low-grade dog food," Marvin announces. "I'm going to be chewing on that crap until next Wednesday," Nicole adds. "Alpo's got that beat," Marvin piles on. Poor Danielle. She feels bad, but she takes it pretty well. Insults based on dog food are never great news.
The next card for Thursday's dish starts off, "Back by slopular demand," which leads Nicole to announce, "Will wrote that." And it turns out that indeed, these are the slop-based cupcakes. They look very nice and pretty, but when the judges taste them, they do not go over well. Will reminds us that he and Nicole have history. "If she's going to come here and insult my cooking? Wrong tree! Nicole, you're barking it up!" Heh. The judges move to "sloppy slow-roast pasta with garlic-cheese sauce." Not sure I think of pasta as something you roast, nor am I sure how you "slow-roast" something as part of a one-hour process where you're also trying to make waffles and apple crisp, but...okay. The judges seem to like this one, too. Again, I suspect there is about a teaspoon of slop per serving. Next up is "sloptacular all-star burritos." Danielle lets the judges know that there's slop both in the guacamole and in the burrito. The judges like that one. Last, but not least, the slop waffles. Marcellas and his robe would like you to know that this was "[his] idea from the inception." The judges do enjoy the slop waffles.