As time winds down, Stephen tells us, "I put a lot of weight on Miguel and I and not really so much on Lisa, and Candice, and Andrea -- they were just in charge of the fruit." Stephen tells Candice to start packing things up. Lee Anne tells us that the Blue Team had no problem prepping and cooking, they're all professionals and they worked hard. Stephen makes some comment that they got everything done that they needed to get done but they took an "unexpected road" to get there.
At the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, the teams set up. The Red Team squabbles a bit and Stephen orders them not to talk anymore. Miguel thinks that "as far as certain people goes," Stephen's attitude sucks. Lee Anne tells us that the Blue Team operated much more smoothly and didn't bicker. Over on the Red Team, Stephen lets an entire chafing dish of food fall to the floor. Candice says that she decided to let the whole thing between her and Stephen go in order to get the job done.
The kids are sent screaming in. The Katie Leebot asks if the kids like pizza and hamburgers and they all shriek their approval. "Well, what about fish?" she asks. They all "eewwwwwww" loudly. The Katie Leebot tells them that the cheftestants have created special dishes for them using monkfish, and then offers to show them what a monkfish looks like. She whips the cover off the chafing dish that Colicchio is holding, and the kids freak. Tiffani is annoyed by this because kids are really, really impressionable. One kid announces, "I'm not gonna eat it!" The Katie Leebot explains that the cheftestants are going to serve their fishy meals, and the kids are going to decide which they like better.
Dave explains the food to the kids he's serving. Looks like the Blue Team has barbeque sauce and ketchup as their dipping sauces. Smart choice. As Candice explains the blue and red yogurt to the kids, one of them opines, "Oh, God, it's neat!" "We're, like, crazy about that yogurt!" a kid tells the camera. Another kid says, "We like the Red Team better." But trust Stephen to change their minds. He tells the kids, "That's a mango ketchup." Dude, just tell them it's ketchup and leave the freakin' mango out of it! Tiffani points out to Harold, "They are, like, so not entertained by Stephen." Stephen minces around and tells the kids, "That's a criss-cross chip. A potato chip." And he just can't leave it at that because he adds, "In French it's called gaufrette." In French you're called gaufreak. Cluelessly, Stephen tells us, "I was explaining to the children how we made the dish, trying to give them some sort of an experience, you know, educationally." As a polar opposite, Brian dashes around the kids, easily interacting with them. He says he sees himself in the kids. EPIPHANY! When Brian says that Andrea's ass was "bananas," he meant "crazy." As in "crazy tight" or "crazy hot"! Am I right? The thing is, calling someone's ass "bananas" conjures up a really weird, and not very complimentary, image. A few kids say they like the Blue Team's fish and might go back for seconds.