The cheftestants arrive at The Salt Lick and meet Scott Roberts, the owner. He looks like he eats a lot of barbeque, if you get my drift. I'm saying that he's chubby. He shows them the giant stone fire pit where the barbeque is cooked. It's kind of amazing. Then he brings out some food for them to try, which they eat family style. Glad this episode had an extra fifteen minutes in it so that we could watch the cheftestants eat meat. And then there's a hugely embarrassing commercial for the automotive sponsor. Look, I get that they need to take product placement to produce the show and I've made my peace with it. But this is totally over the top, where they make the cheftestants talk about how great the vehicles are and how much it can haul and blech. Anyway, they go off in the woods somewhere and find some spare barbeque pits that just happened to be hanging out there. I guess that's where they'll be cooking. Unless it's Chris Hollywood's hideout for keeping his victims.
Paul and his team are smoking their meat, so they get it right into the smoker. Ty knows he has immunity, but he wants to redeem himself and his meat skills since he screwed up the steaks a few challenges ago. I have so many jokes about Ty and his meat skills and his naked pictures but I'm just going to let it go. Edward and Sarah are already clashing, because he feels like she's telling him how to cook. Of course, in true Edward style, he's mumbling about it under his breath instead of talking to her about it.
Beverly is in one of the RVs trying to reduce a sauce with bourbon in it. Chris Hollywood tells her to be careful about cooking with bourbon, since it's so flammable. So of course, Beverly sets the pan on fire and then can't figure out how to make the smoke detector stop beeping. Oh, Beverly.