Cliff calls Mia and Michael to tell them they're getting rid of the lobster-potato canapÃ© and replacing it with something else. Over at Restaurant Depot, Mia's annoyed to hear this, "Okay, I'm not really cool with this because we had a plan!" She doesn't like them changing midstream without discussing it. Cliff explains carefully that this is why they're calling her right now. Our view of Mia keeps getting slightly interrupted by sliding doors. I think the cameraperson is standing right in front of them to film all this and they just keep opening and closing. I'll bet they think it's artistic when it's actually just annoying. Cliff tells us that Mia wanted to fight about everything. At the Depot, Mia tells Michael they're scratching the lobster idea. "For what?" Michael asks. Mia shrugs and hands over her phone. Michael doesn't want it. Mia tells us, "Cliff is very stubborn and set in his ways. Either you like Cliff's way or you don't like Cliff's way and you still have to do what Cliff says." Michael swears up a storm about Cliff changing his mind. Michael decided to get the frozen lobster tails anyway. Michael tells us he's afraid he's in the "danger zone" if he doesn't come up with something good, so he's grabbing steak and lobster for safety's sake. He suggests making a surf-and-turf canapÃ©. At the Depot checkout, Team Feast and Famine goggle over each other's food haul. Betty can't believe Team Famine has so little compared to their glut. Citing her catering company, Mia says she can't afford to lose this challenge.
Back in the Krapmore Kitchens, the cheftestants prep for four hours. Okay, Team Feast's list of hors d'oeuvres is insane: Crab cakes, shrimp skewers, pickled mussels (yuck), calamari with dip, bread pudding (totally Betty), beef tenderloin with blue cheese, cauliflower a la plancha (totally Ted Ilan), croquetas (Ted Ilan), salmon mousse, pork confit, mushroom tart, vegetable terrine, chorizo and egg tostada (Ted Ilan). Betty brags to us about their list.