A new batch of brave cooks have arrived, hoping to impress Gordan Ramsay! Who will rise to the challenge and who'll go down in flames?
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The chefs compete in a taste challenge; dinner service honours major contributors to 'Stand Up to Cancer'.
The remaining chefs tackle sliders; three guest judges determine which team will party at the Playboy Mansion with celebrity diners.
Pureed baby food is tasted by the blindfolded contestants during a challenge. Later, dinner service starts off strong with everyone out to impress celebrity diners Josh McDermitt and Jeannie Mai.
A change leaves the chefs in shock as they prepare to host the International Ballroom Invitational.
The remaining contestants are tasked with cooking their own version of a Southern staple, which will be judged by chef Chris Hastings.
Kid-friendly items must be incorporated into the dinner service during a family night with VIP diners, who include actresses Lauren Lapkus and Ciara Hanna.
A shocking elimination forces both teams to regroup and chart a new course as they take on the Seven Seas Seafood Challenge.
The contestants compete in a surf and turf protein relay for the chance to win a day of surfing at the Wavehouse in San Diego.
Tensions run high in the house as the teams face their next challenge, which is to make eight unique dishes using a selection of ostrich cuts.
The contestants race in the first annual Crepe Grand Prix challenge for the chance to win a luxurious dining experience on a yacht in Santa Barbara.
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