Round two: Holli vs. Ed. Ricotta cheese is not polenta, even though that's what both of them guess. In an interview, Autumn giggles, "Maybe it does taste like polenta. What do I know?" Well, if you're claiming to be a professional chef, you should know what food tastes like. This is awful. I can't even list the endless wrong guesses. Holli stumbles into trout (which Ed thought was canned tuna), so we're tied 1-1. In an interview, Ed explains that it's hard to guess food blindfolded and with earphones on, and I'm sure it is. But you guys are supposed to be experts in the field of making things taste good. You don't think Gordon Ramsay would kick this challenge's ass?
Benjamin vs. Jason. They both know what fennel tastes like, but not kidney beans, butter lettuce, or mussels. It seems like they're just guessing based on the texture. It's still 2-2.
Nilka vs. Jay. Jay thinks Kobe beef tastes like corned beef. Nilka says turkey. They both miss cashews. They both get cilantro. So going into the last item, it's all tied. The food is eggplant. Nilka says prunes. Jay gets it right, winning the challenge for his team and making him the only person to get even 50% correct.
The blue's team prize is to go to Sea World. Seriously. They'll be swimming with dolphins, which I guess is cool, but honestly, a day out at an aquatic-themed park is kind of a weird prize. Meanwhile, the red team's punishment is to rush out and bring in stuff from trucks occasionally. Holli complains about Fran losing them the challenge by not getting any right. As opposed to Holli's sterling 1-3 record.
The first delivery is bags of ice. The red team drags them inside and complains a lot. Benjamin tries to keep a positive attitude and says stupid catchphrases like "Team work don't seem work." Fran comments that they ought to have a dolly or something, which is a good idea. The next truck is full of wine, and Benjamin checks the invoice first.
Sea World. Which is in San Diego, not Los Angeles. So I guess they flew the blue team down there and didn't mention it? What, San Diego's not classy enough to get mentioned? Or did they blow their private jet money already? Anyway, there are killer whale shenanigans.