Fabio calls everyone together and says he has a surprise for everyone and pulls out the knife block. Harold laughs that the things needs to be napalmed. Blais interviews that he's always the suspicious one, questioning everything that happens and trying to figure out what's going to happen next because he misses the competition.
Fabio has the cheftestants get into groups according to season, and then one person from each group pulls a knife with a number on it. Once all are pulled, Fabio explains that they will be cooking a five-course meal, with each season going in the order of the knife pulled.
Stefan and Carla have the fifth and final course, and they are trying to figure out if they want to do a dessert. Fabio talks them into it, since they are both good at dessert, even if it did get them into trouble from time to time. Stefan jokes that he made a great dessert in the finale and Fabio threw him under the bus.
Everyone heads to Whole Foods for some shopping and general horseplay. Since it's not really a competition, everyone is a lot looser. Casey interviews that it's hard to say who the best chef there is, because they all have such different culinary personalities. Richard and Lisa check out the dry-aged meat and reminisce about the time they had to cut down a side of beef into tomahawk chops. Dale says that the most difficult challenge in his season was the one where they could only shop from one aisle in the super market and he made ramen noodles with an egg on top. We also see a clip of Harold wondering why anyone would cater a wedding with food from the supermarket. Oh, the days before Whole Foods was a show sponsor. Now the cheftestants get to hop behind the counter and butcher their own meat.
Marcel and Ilan discuss whether or not to get wine, and Ilan remembers what a jerk he was to Marcel, and how Marcel kind of deserved it. As they check out, Marcel and Ilan realize that they've gone over the already inflated budget. And not even by a little. The budget is $500 and their total was $588.91, so they have to put some stuff back.