It's the next day and Lisa says Candice is still upset over her scuffle with Stephen. Lisa says, "I'm thinking, I'm the only one who has kids in this age group and if I don't win... !" Stephen and his maniacally gelled hair say that Candice annoys him and he doesn't respect her. In the conchefional, he leans forward and says prissily, "If you can't stand the heat in the kitchen, you know, it is best to remove yourself." Jesus Christ on a crostini! He can't even unbend to get an idiom right. Harold tells us they will be serving lunch at the Boys and Girls Club. Lee Anne details the Blue Team's menu: monkfish nuggets, cheesy tater tots (yum!), strawberry applesauce, and Brian's maple carrots. The Red Team is putting out monkfish corn dogs, potato chips, fruit skewers, and a yogurt dipping sauce. I hope that's for the fruit skewers and not the monkfish dogs. Miguel describes the yogurt dipping sauce as a "crazy red and blue yogurt." The Katie Leebot arrives to announce that as the Red Team is down one member, they are bringing someone in to help. Lee Anne laughs in the conchefional that she thought it was going to be Colicchio. Lisa conchefionals that she was afraid it was going to be Ken. It's Andrea. Everyone cheers. Well, almost everyone. Andrea tells us that Stephen "looked kinda ghastly white." She guesses he didn't expect to ever see her again. Stephen tells us that Andrea was on their team and she's not fast, "she's more of a simple workhorse." Better a workhorse than a horse's ass.
Brian tells us that the Boys and Girls Club means everything to him because it's where he started when he was poor and his father left his mother with five kids. At one point we see something orange-ish in a pan and Harold asks, "Is it gross?" Tiffani tells him, "It's fucking nasty." Harold shrugs, "But they're kids, so... " Tiffani agrees. Harold tells us that while he didn't agree with it, Brian had wanted to make the carrots soft, so they have him the benefit of the doubt. Yeech.
Colicchio checks in with the Red Team and wonders if kids like yogurt. "They like BLUE yogurt!" Lisa announces. Colicchio tries one of the monkfish doggies and seems to think they are okay. Because she has experience with kids, Lisa is the team leader. Colicchio tells us, "If they win, Lisa's going to look like the hero, but I'm sure if that team goes down, there's going to be a lot of finger-pointing."
Checking in with the Blue Team, Colicchio is interested in the cereal-crusted fish nuggets that are going to be baked, not fried. Colicchio notes Dave's Japanese headband and wonders if he's going to throw himself on his sword if they lose. "Yeah, I might," Dave gasps. He would, too. And then he'd cry. The Blue Team doesn't have a team leader, they're just all working at the same level. Colicchio samples the strawberry applesauce and notes that the other team is using food coloring. "Unnecessary," Tiffani announces.