The men are starting to crack eggs in the kitchen, and Herschel can't believe they have to use 105 of them. Silly instrumental music plays as they start cooking -- everyone but Dice Clay, who is wearing a hat now, but just stands there drinking bottled water. Scott says how precise everything was, and Clint says it was labor-intensive and they could have used a little more help. We get a shot of Dice clay sitting in a chair talking on his cell phone. He's holding what looks sort of like a rolling pin, though, so maybe that counts. He goes back in the kitchen and asks Herschel if he can go to Sirius radio to do two shows to drum up business for tomorrow. He wants to go now, though, and Tom's like, "You don't want to stay here and make some cupcakes?" Dice Clay just says, "No." Tom tells him he should stay and make cupcakes with his team, but Dice Clay says he wants to win. Tom resigns. Herschel tells Clint that Dice Clay wants to go to Sirius, adding that he's not doing anything anyway. Tom tells the camera that Dice Clay's a great comedian, but he doesn't realize that when Herschel and Clint tell him to go ahead to Sirius, they're trying to throw him under the bus. I disagree strongly with only the part where he compliments Dice Clay as a comedian. Dice Clay leaves, explaining that his job is to make sure that as many people as possible are there tomorrow morning. Oh, and Dennis goes with him, but nobody makes a big deal about that. Dice Clay tells Dennis he feels he can do better on Sirius than in the kitchen, and Dennis agrees and tells Dice Clay he put in no effort. Dice Clay admits he hates making cupcakes, and Dennis says that's all he wanted him to say. Dice Clay and Dennis Rodman: The new Odd Couple?
The women are making beautiful cupcakes, according to Annie. And they really are, since I don't even like cupcakes and I'm finding myself wanting one. [What? Who doesn't like cupcakes? - Z] The chef is very impressed with their finished cupcakes. They make vanilla with chocolate frosting and chocolate chips on top, which sounds and looks amazing. And a whole bunch of other pretty sprinkles and toppings. But then they check their chocolate cupcakes, which didn't rise like the other ones. The chef thinks Natalie, who mixed the chocolate cupcakes, used baking soda instead of powder, or the wrong flour or something. They just keep making vanilla instead of letting the failed chocolate get them down. They call the decorating crew and tell them what happened, so the decorators go help bake.