Bobby begins the demonstration and explains they will be making grilled cheese sandwiches, which they probably remember from childhood. He adds, "And since none of you can actually cook past a child's level, this is probably a good one for you." At least one recruit is excited. "Thank God," says Benji. "I feel like it's what I can deliver at least halfway decently at this point."
But what the recruits were most afraid of comes true: They will be milking the cows in order to get the cheese. "Once you have your bucket of milk," explains Anne, "you can trade it for a bucket of curds" to make the fresh mozzarella. Ken tells Mike, "Hey, if you pinch the top and pull down, it totally works." In the next stall Carol complains: "It's labor-intensive just sitting here milking. I'd rather just buy the milk."
Stephanie and Carol are onto grilling their sandwiches. Carol thinks that constantly flipping hers will help it cook faster. "Just let it cook for a second," Anne tells her. "Let it do, like, grilled-cheesy delightfulness." Carol remarks, "I forgot about the delightfulness part." Surprisingly Carol's sandwich wins the challenge.
Lance thinks he did an "excellent" job but Bobby disagrees: "You only put the mozzarella on one side, so we're gonna take 'excellent' away from you immediately." Bobby also points out the salad he made doesn't score him any extra points since it wasn't part of the challenge.
The next day, the recruits are back at the Worst Cooks kitchen, and this time the Main Challenge is a French-inspired one. Bobby demonstrates how to fillet a turbot fish. But not everyone is happy: "Seafood totally freaks me out," says Amber. "I have goose bumps all over my whole body looking at that."
Anne shows her team how to remove the chicken breasts for a poulet grand-mere, or grandmother's chicken. "So, I don't know whose grandmother she's talking about, but she's not talking about my grandmother," says Carol. Both teams have 90 minutes, which will come in handy for all the prep involved.
Even though Danielle won the previous day's challenge with her grilled cheese, her culinary confidence hasn't improved and neither has her attention span. She's distracted by parboiling the potatoes, but luckily Amber is watching out. "Get those," Amber tells her. "Those are your onions — they're burning."
Stephanie is having trouble paying attention to her cuts, especially when she's distracted by the accordion player. Anne calls her out for not cutting the potatoes into perfect dice. "Last time I checked, rectangles don't have rounded sides," says Anne. "Maybe in your Barbie world it's a little bit different."
Filleting a fish doesn't come naturally to everyone, as Danny proves: "I've dissected a cadaver in medical school, but filleting a fish is just something totally foreign." Bobby points out that Danny left a lot of flesh on the bone by slicing incorrectly. He hopes his dish will be up to Bobby's standards.
Joe takes extra care when plating his dish because Bobby wasn't pleased with his presentation last week. He's making sure it looks "like it came out of a five-star restaurant." It ultimately pays off because he's declared the winner for the Blue Team. "I know that deep down inside of me, there is a chef," says Joe.
It's elimination time and Bobby calls forward Danny and Lance as the bottom two. Bobby says he had high hopes for Lance, hoping to mold him, but Lance made it difficult by "running ahead ... not necessarily doing the right thing." Lance set his goals too high: "I expected to win the whole competition, and it didn't work out that way." As he walks away he yells, "Yo, Bobby, I'm still the black Bobby Flay!"
Anne calls forward Stephanie and Benji, who are in the bottom two. Ultimately she ends up sending home Benji, who, she says, has gotten in his own way too often. "I was hoping to be here longer," he says. "But with the time that I was here, I did learn a lot." As he starts to walk out, Anne motions for him to return and lets him touch her hair. "I could probably sleep on a pillow of Anne's hair," says Benji.