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Top Moments of Kids Baking Championship, Season 2

Relive all the highs and lows of this kids' competition, including the young bakers' wins and losses.
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Episode 1: Shooting at Duff's Pie Hole

"This pie thing with Duff's face on it? It's just weird," says Jane, who luckily ends up scoring in the game for an advantage in the pie-baking challenge. Colby, on the other hand, misses and isn't able to make his signature blueberry pie, since the fruit is on the advantage table. "I feel so mad right now," he says.

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Inventing a New Kind of Pie Filling

"Did I hear lemon curd?" Valerie asks Peggy, who's making a lemon meringue pie. "It's not because I wanted to please you," Peggy tells Valerie and Duff. "It's just my dad's favorite pie." Upon tasting the pie, Duff describes the filling as "somewhere between a soup and a pudding." Valerie coins the word "spudding."

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When Things Don't Go As Planned

"I really want this to work," says Alex A., who can't get his chocolate filling to thicken. Seeing him frustrated, Duff comes over to offer some pointers. Although his filling doesn't set, Alex A. presents his pie confidently: "Have some chocolate soup," he tells the judges. In the end, however, he's sent home.

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Here's a Pie in Your Eye

"Your pecan pie was so good we couldn't stop eating it," Valerie tells Jane, whom Duff announces as the winner of the challenge. "We could pick someone else if you like," Duff says, seeing that she's too modest to show her excitement. But when given the opportunity, Jane happily shoves a pie in Duff's face.

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