Elimination Challenge. Padma tells the contestants that they are experiencing another Vegas tradition: the bachelor and bachelorette party. What's next week? Strip club food? All-you-can-eat buffet? Cooking for 50 hungry Elvis impersonators? Just how far are we taking this Vegas thing this season, exactly? Kevin admits to having had a bachelor party, and that it was debaucherous. Aw, I doubt it Kevin. He's never been near a craps table, and looks scared of his shadow. I wonder if he and his friends got drunk and played some hardcore World of Warcraft until five AM or something. Ashley interviews that she had personal feelings about the challenge because she's gay. She's looking forward to the day when everyone is allowed to get married. Padma continues that they will be split into two teams, men vs. women. Then men are cooking for the bachelorette while the women are catering for the bachelor. Hector says that the guys are strong and he feels that they've got a strong chance. The winning team gets immunity and the losing team is sending one person packing.
Jennifer thinks that it is ridiculous because it doesn't matter if you are a "boy or a girl", and that makes her pissed off. I get the feeling she's pissed off a lot though. Anyway, it doesn't matter, but the show was looking for a simple way to split them up, and given the challenge's theme, it does sort of make sense. She's probably just sour because Hector had a good point about the men being stronger as a team, and since she's clearly the strongest person on her team, she's getting the shaft.
Bachelor Greg and Bachelorette Karen walk in carrying trays of shots, apparently of their three favorites; A Moscow Mule, Tequila and a Golden Delicious. The chefs have to come up with hors d'ouvres that can be paired with these shots and each team needs to make at least two dishes to go with each shot. They've got ten minutes to meet with the happy couple to plan their meal. Ash runs through the challenges again, and explains the drinks and says that the Golden Delicious is "sweet, gooey and disgusting." Bachelorette Karen explains that she's a pescetarian (meaning she eats fish but no meat or chicken) and that they also need to make at least one dish for her vegan pals. She likes spicy foods. Bachelor Greg has a sweet tooth and loves Japanese food and seafood. Robin is excited about the battle of the sexes, because when she started out cooking was a man's world. Try telling that to Jennifer.