Andy asks Mike how he feels about everything now. Mike gives a non-answer answer about how he was happy to go through the process blah blah blah. Tom points out that Mike won more than anyone if only because he finally went back and cooked the food he grew up with, the Italian food that his grandmother taught him to make. Mike can't even talk about it without getting choked up, but he agrees.
Andy asks Antonia what it felt like to come so close to the final and then lose because of the one-bite dish she prepared. Antonia says that she'd rather lose by a little bit than a lot, because she knows that she got outcooked for that one dish, but that she is still a good chef. She didn't get blown out. This leads to a clip package about Antonia and Mike fighting constantly until they found out that they're related, and then they loved each other. Once it's over, Antonia reveals that her mom and Mike's mom are like BFF now and e-mail all the time, but it's not like she and Mike are hanging out constantly.
Andy moves on to talk about Jen Carroll's shocking departure in episode two. I seriously do not understand Jen's hair. I know I say this all of the time, but it is always puzzling to me in different ways. Tonight, it's very, very big and there is a lot of it. I think she's wearing extensions? I don't think it's a wig because the color looks the same as always. They show her departure again, and wow did I forgot how bitchy she was and she was all Charlie Sheen-ed out. I'm surprised she didn't start babbling about tiger's blood and goddesses and whatnot. Because she crazy, y'all. At least Jen at the reunion laughs about it now. She says she's disappointed in herself, that she got so emotional. Gail says that she can't believe it took this long for someone to get that pissed off at Judges' Table, because she expects it every week, and she thinks it just shows the chefs' passion. Jen agrees that she was just fighting for her dish.
A viewer wants to know if the male cheftestants have stylists or if they really think the tight t-shirts and hair gel is a good idea. She points to Angelo's tight, tight lavender pants as a prime offender. Dale T. laughs so hard and so long that I'm pretty convinced that he's high, drunk, or both. This leads to a clip package about Angelo's fashion. Marcel calls him "creepy Pee-wee Herman," which score a point for Marcel for the only time ever. And then there's a whole thing about how Angelo has an avocado in his pants that goes on longer than I'm comfortable with. They also have Angelo squealing like a girl when a balloon pops in Target. Everyone has a good laugh about it. Andy asks him how he would describe his style and the response really shows the boys' club that Carla talked about. Dale T. pipes up, "Aquaman?" and here's who is dying laughing: Dale T., Fabio, Blais, Mike, Elia, Jen, and Marcel. Antonia, Tiffany, Carla, Jamie, and Tre are sitting there stone-faced. Like they look really pissed off. I'm guessing they had to put up with a lot of this bullshit throughout the season -- the taunting each other and the giggling and the "your balls are showing" bullshit and it's just not funny. Or maybe I'm totally wrong, but it was striking how much certain people weren't laughing at what was a pretty lame joke, to be sure.