Everyone returns to the kitchen and starts cooking. Ilan remembers how Marcel wanted to show off his knives upon their first meeting. I wish this episode were not so Marcel-centric. Tiffani notes that they're all professional adults now, whereas on her season, they were all kids. Harold says that the kitchen is pretty relaxed and chill, and Hung was even mellow, but to Harold's amusement, Hung started running around before too long.
Dale explains that his team has the first course, and they're doing with a seafood theme. Casey is using oysters, Hung is using sardines, and Dale is making crab pierogis, although Tiffani tells him that his filling is too salty. Also, the wine he used is, in his words, "nasty," so he's trying to recover. I'm not sure how.
Fabio shows up to play the Colicchio role and ask each group about their food. Casey explains that their group is making a trio of food, and each basically working on their own dish. Fabio kind of awkwardly segues into a question about the craziest dishes ever to appear on the show and Casey brings up Hung's cereal village. Hung admits that he kind of lost it that day, but people loved it.
Harold and Tiffani have the second course, and they are making scallops. Fabio misses an opportunity to say something about Top Scallop, and instead asks them about their favorite challenge from their season. Tiffani liked the street food challenge, but Harold didn't, since his team forgot the jicama salad and his partner ended up being eliminated.
Fabio moves on to discuss the third course with Marcel and Ilan, who are salt-curing some snapper. Their favorite challenge was the Vending Machine Challenge, where Michael made a phallic Cheeto-looking thing. Oh, they did have a time.