The teams both go to their kitchens and start to prep and get their supply orders in. Colicchio arrives for his Sniff 'n' Sneer. He's surprised that Tiffani is doing two menus. She's doing scallops (two ways), artichokes (two ways), fish (two ways), meat (two ways), and a duo of desserts. To the cameras, Colicchio points out the bleeding obvious -- that what Tiffani is trying to do is very difficult. After talking to Harold, Colicchio decides that while Harold has intricate dishes, he's "playing it safe." Whatever -- how is he playing it safe? Only in the face of the fact that Tiffani is going overboard by doubling up on her dishes. If Tiffani wasn't doing that, would Colicchio still think Harold was playing it safe? Colicchio adds that they both have strong teams behind them, so "there should be no excuses." Back at craftsteak, Dave tells us that he's glad he memorized his dessert recipes: "They're not going to benefit me, but I think they're going to benefit Tiff." Prep time is over, and after Harold and Tiffani give us a rundown of their feelings (hint: they both want to win), Dave pleads with America not to be pissed at him for helping Tiffani win because he's just being a good sport. Heh.
Episode Report CardKeckler: A+ | 599 USERS: B-
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