Getting things underway, Andy says they have a whole bunch of questions that fans have sent in to Bravo. He starts with a video from Jean-Georges who, through his thick French accent, says he's a fan of the show and loves year in particular because his sous chef, Lia, is on it. Okay, Andy? That was nice and all, but it wasn't a question. But I have to give a big, "Awww!" to Jean-Georges for being so cute. Andy, laughing at Lia's shame, says it would appear that Jean-Georges didn't watch last week. We get a blip back to the most recent episode in order to rewatch Lia's offing. Lia admits she was surprised at being kicked off so early, but given what she put out in that episode, it wasn't entirely unexpected. Colicchio weighs in and says, "I think you're trained more in French cooking and as you're asked to go outside your comfort zone, sometimes it's difficult and I think that's what we saw there." Shows how much you know, Colicchio, Jean-Georges isn't just French food. God.
Andy asks the Big Giant Heads what their favorite dishes across the seasons have been. For Colicchio, it was Tiffani's Finale artichoke risotto with pork belly. (Of course, because we've always known it's "Colicchio and Tiffani sitting in a tree, c-o-o-k-i-n-g! First comes lunch, then comes dinner, then comes Harold 'cuz he's the WINNER!") Padma slowly says that she loved Ilan's fideo; "I kept asking the other judges if they were going to finish their plate and I think I actually ate all of mine and some of Tom's." That's the real reason why she and Rushdie are divorcing. Gail loved Harold's Finale Kobe beef, and Ted Allen was partial to Sam's ceviche -- somewhere in season two -- and Howie's pork. Which pork? He's done so many! Oh, it looks like it's the pork chops and applesauce from Classic Comfort Family Favorites. Some not so favorite dishes include Clay's fruit gazpacho, Marcel's Cobb Salad ice cream, Betty's Curdletini, Sam's watermelon and gorgonzola (in the studio, Sam hides his face), and Mikey's Cheeto Penis. At the reunion, Mikey -- after having stood up to accept his penile plaudits -- laughs that the Cheeto Penis is his signature dish and he makes them all the time. He's high all the time. Hysterically, when Andy asks if Clay wants to defend his amuse, he says firmly, "Not at all." Hee, and aw. Poor Clay.