Time for results. Marilyn thought it was an amazing display of creativity, but she thought Bart had too many different components, and Micah's was too dry (but she thought it was a taco). Look, even if she was wrong, it was still dry. Marilyn liked Josh's basic dessert that he made appealing, Stefan's tasty and inventive dish, and Brooke's basic apple pie taken to the next level. And the winner is...Brooke! Brooke interviews that she thought her dish was embarrassing, but she's so happy that she won. I'm not sure what the lesson was here - playing it safe works? Maybe playing it safe works if the judge is a food critic from South Dakota.
Padma rolls right into the Elimination Challenge: Married funny people Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are having a homecoming party since they're both from Washington State, and they ask the cheftestants to cater it. Anna tells them that they're huge fans of the show, and adds that she's pregnant, so she loves to eat. Chris pretends like he didn't know she was pregnant, because he's funny. The party is the next day and each cheftestant has to cook one dish that caters to Chris and Anna's tastes. The winner gets a Prius.
They have five minutes to talk to Chris and Anna about what they like. Anna says that they love wild salmon and Dungeness crab. Anna says she's German and Chris is Norwegian, so they like meat and potatoes, but they're also adventurous eaters. Chris adds that they love all kinds of game, and his friends and family are all big eaters, so they should make their food "good and abundant."
Then there's a commercial for the Prius. Later, while they eat dinner, Brooke shows off the plastic lizard that her son gave her so she could have a piece of him while she was gone. Josh talks about how it's weird that he and Stefan have become friends, because when he watched Stefan's season, he thought Stefan was "douchey." I can see why they're friends - they're both kind of jerks. Stefan has enough natural charm to usually overcome anything awful that he says; Josh doesn't.