Gail asks who on their team was looking at the food overall and recognizing that it didn't have enough nutritional value. Obviously, no one. Kenny clearly hasn't watched this show before as he is careful not to name names when he claims that he wanted to do different dishes but got shot down. He doesn't explain his argument very well, though. Stephen sees an opportunity for his team to avoid last place so he pipes up that Kenny is at fault, really, if he didn't insist on a real vegetable. Why is no one blaming Angelo? Just because he has immunity doesn't mean he can't ultimately be at fault. He made celery with peanut butter! And a cookie!
Kenny, under attack, shoots back that the other team used two pounds of sugar in their dessert, while he used under half a pound. Amanda, President of the Natural Peanut Butter Commission, goes on a rant about how much sugar is in processed peanut butter. Sam kind of nods his head like she's right. Kenny points out that there were only two teaspoons of peanut butter per serving, but Amanda is like a dog with a bone and won't give it up. Is anyone else on Kenny's team going to join in this fight? Because they're all just sitting there like lumps. Finally, Ed speaks up and asks if sherry wine needs to be in an elementary school and makes a hilarious face like, "Just asking." Amanda says she wasn't serving it by the glass, but still. Even if it was non-alcoholic sherry, the point is that serving kids something with an alcoholic name just FEELS inappropriate. Like if you made them virgin pina coladas or something. Or penne with vodka sauce. Mmm. Penne with vodka sauce. Gail jumps in and asks why Amanda chose to use sherry. Amanda says that she just likes chicken with sherry. Gail hilariously retorts that she likes a lot of things: "I love vodka! Not cooking with it." Oh, Gail. You are luscious. Padma was right. That kind of breaks the tension and the cheftestants are excused.