The next day, they have 150 minutes to prep. Tiffany claims they are cooking for "Bohemian roll-tee." Wasn't that a song by Queen? Mike imagines that royalty have traveled the world and eaten all different kinds of cuisine, so you can't "put up a plate of bullshit." Well, there goes his usual M.O. Blais is making spiny lobster with his ever-present pulled pork. Antonia is making lamb with bacon and Brussels sprouts, which she feels is a dish fit for a king and queen. Look, I wouldn't have known anything about the Bahamian government either, but I would have at least read the Wikipedia article about the country before heading there, and found out that there is no King and Queen of the Bahamas. Um, spoiler alert. Carla worries that being on the bottom for the Quickfire is creating self-doubt. Carla is the most emotional cook of all time. I feel like every episode is a roller coaster of her self-esteem. She's either feeling confident or not, and really lets it affect her performance. She tries to explain this to Antonia, and starts crying when she says that she feels underestimated, but she believes that her cooking can win this thing. Stop crying and start cooking, girl.
Mike interviews that he thinks that Tiffany and Antonia played it safe to get there, and they're still playing it safe. I might buy that with Tiffany, but I think Antonia has been cooking her food and doing it well. Also, Mike made Greek something or lamb something for at least half the challenges, so he should shuttie. They all pack their food into coolers and racks and finish up for the day.
As they are leaving, they find a police escort to take them to see royalty. Carla thinks they'll probably get to cook in some amazing kitchen. They roll up on a street festival. It looks a lot like Mardi Gras, and probably shares the same roots, says the person who is totally ignorant about the roots of Mardi Gras other than what was shown on the first season of Real World: New Orleans and Treme. Blais recognizes it as Junkanoo. Some of the dancers pull the cheftestants out of the car and encourage them to dance along, but the cheftestants are freaking out about what this means for their dishes, which were fancy and not at all appropriate for a street festival.