Ed serves "udon" with ribbons of zucchini, mushrooms, and scallion. He's pleased that he found a way to use the pork casings that didn't involve serving them. Sarah made corn soup with onion, red chili, roasted mushrooms, and peaches. That sounds weird and feels like the tenth corn soup that Sarah has made this season. And she's harping on Beverly for constantly cooking Asian food? Padma asks if she's ever done this combination before, and Sarah admits that she hasn't. Linday made fish with bulgur wheat, marscapone, and broccoli rabe. Just fish? They aren't going to tell us what kind of fish? That's weird.
Tom gets to talk about how the chefs did. He thinks Ed had the most difficult task, and he did a great job figuring out how to use the pork casings. He liked the balance of flavors in Paul's dish, but felt the prawn was undercooked. I told you! Tom likes Beverly's avocado best, which was the one thing she didn't plan on making, and thought her fish was undercooked. Tom likes Lindsay's bulgur wheat and thought her fish was perfectly cooked. He admired that Sarah forced an ingredient into the dish, and it somehow worked. So the top two are Ed and Sarah, and they will have to make a choice for their prize. So who wins? Sarah. And because she's not a complete idiot, she chooses immunity and the guaranteed spot in the finals. Ed bitches that Sarah's decision means that she lacks confidence. No, it means she's not a macho dummy like you, Ed. Now she gets to relax and hang out going into the finals, instead of being worried and anxious and exhausted like the rest of you chumps. Sarah claims that she doesn't care what the others think, and Sarah's not my favorite, but good for her.
Padma reminds them that this Elimination Challenge is their last chance to make it to the final four, and Tom adds that they've brought in someone who had "a small hand" in the cheftestants making it this far. Dumbo Beverly thinks "small hand" means it's her son. Yes, because you are the only one left with kids, so that makes sense. Dumbo. Instead, Padma brings in the cheftestants' mentors. Paul immediately starts crying. What? That's kind of weird. I mean, he's got tears flowing. Each cheftestant introduces his or her mentor, starting with Sarah introducing Tony Mantuano, one of my favorites from Masters. Why is he so awesome and Sarah so crappy? I guess he taught her how to cook, not how to be a human being. Lindsay introduces Michelle Bernstein, like we haven't heard enough about her this season. Beverly introduces Sarah Stegner, and no one has a clue who this lady is and she looks like she doesn't want to be there. Paul introduces Tyler Cole and can't even get through his introduction because he's crying so hard. Everyone else starts crying too, except Beverly's mentor, who might be a robot. Ed introduces his mentor, Frank Crispo. Ed says he had long hair and an attitude and Frank whipped him into shape. Yeah, now he has semi-long hair and a sometimes attitude.