Olivia's favorite food is 936-calorie monkey bread, and she helpfully gives us the recipe. You take bread, then add brown sugar, white sugar, a few sticks of butter, and pecans. Bake it in the oven, flip it over, and it's a caramel-covered loaf of deliciousness. Minus the pecans, which would send me into anaphylactic shock. But man, that sounds delicious. I am totally making that this weekend. Thanks, show! Hannah likes chocolate covered pecan cheesecake with caramel. I believe that's a turtle cheesecake, which contains 1,488 calories per slice. Hannah explains that she loves cheesecake, and has occasionally eaten it out of the garbage. She instantly regrets telling us that, which is a good impulse. But after telling you about the very spicy poops, who am I to judge?
Each team will have three minutes alone to eat as much or as little as they choose. The team who eats the highest number of calories gets to choose which team will be banished to The Unknowns. Irene and Don are both singles, and so will be paired up as a team. Courtney and Marci are in the temptation room first, and don't eat a crumb. Courtney quite correctly says that when you go home you'll be tempted by everything all the time, so if you can't get through a three-minute challenge on the ranch there's not much hope for you. Jay and Jennifer are next. Jennifer takes a long look at the macaroni and cheese, and says she'd vomit if she ate it. I think that's true, only if because that is some cold, crusty-ass Kraft product. The Green Team eats zero calories.
Olivia and Hannah are next, and they decide to hold hands to show their unity and prevent any sudden grabs. These sisters get along much better than Kyle and Kim Richards from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. If anyone knows what the heck, "You stole my house!" means, please email me immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org. The mystery will not stop plaguing me! Hannah notes that the monkey bread doesn't look like their mom's. Olivia agrees, and says that nobody's going to send them to Unknown Camp anyway. I wonder why she thinks that. Hannah eyes the chocolate cake, and Olivia asks if any of this stuff looks as good as a hot guy. I mean, the supreme pizza, maybe. Hannah and Olivia eat nothing. Don and Irene are next, and we discover that Don maybe has a touch of the OCD, evidenced by his counting of all the food items in the room. Irene tells us that not so long ago she enjoyed a good bacon cheeseburger from the corner bar, which went well with beer and whiskey. God, this challenge is making me hungry. Irene and Don happily eat nothing.