The late-night challenge is all about diner-style comfort food. Anne's team is making cheese fries; Bobby's will tackle nachos and fry their own chips. Bennett is nervous about the fryer: "I've had issues with the fire department just trying to use a panini grill. Why don't you just call them now?"
The main dish challenge is a special one. The recruits will make a romantic date-night dinner, but instead of their significant other, they'll serve it to Anne and Bobby. "Isn't that every man's dream? To sit down and have her yell at me?" jokes Anthony about his dinner date with Chef Anne.
For the second week in a row, part of David's dish (a chicken drumstick this time) ends up on the floor. He remembers Chef Anne's instruction to keep both plates consistent, so he doesn't serve either drumstick, and it ends up paying off with a win. "You've got to stop dropping pieces of food, but your chicken tasted really good," said Anne.