The "Superstar Sabotage" finale features curveballs that include prepping in a ball pit, cooking on a moving boat ride, and the notorious miniature kitchen.
Superstar chefs Melissa d'Arabian, Elizabeth Faulkner, Alex Guarnaschelli and Fabio Viviani deal with sabotages that include hitting the slots for ingredients, grating a giant block of cheese and cooking in banana leaves.
Culinary curveballs include a giant boulder of aluminum foil; chefs being forced to cook for each other; and a memory game to win ingredients.
Part 3 of 5. "Superstar Sabotage" continues with Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Johnny Iuzzini and Damaris Phillips competing in challenges and trying to overcome culinary curveballs, including a floating prep station, holding hands with another chef and having their mixing and cooking vessels replaced with lemons.moreless
The chefs have to rummage through boxes to get their cookware in the first challenge. Later, kitchen tools are replaced with tortilla chips; and ingredients must be harvested out of a pot of honey.moreless
Part 2 of 5. "Superstar Sabotage" continues with Nadia G., Brian Malarkey, Marcel Vigneron and Justin Warner competing and facing culinary curveballs, including a high prep table, cooking in a popcorn machine and getting a hand stuck in a cookie jar.moreless
Sabotages this week include using a plumbing tool, playing ring toss for squid, and using a coffee maker for coffee cake.
Chefs must face sabotages such as a treadmill station, carnival games, and using a conveyor toaster.
In this Halloween themed episode, chefs must pay for making a deal with the devil and must cook their meal with only one hell flame.
A chef is forced to make a dish while seated in a high chair; two opponents must share—and use—a giant saw; and cooking vessels are replaced with corn husks.
Acts of sabotage involve a traditional Japanese tea table, a toy crab claw and a hammock.
In this episode, Joel Manby has retired from the auto industry and taken on a more relaxing job. He's the CEO of Herschend Family Entertainment. As expected, Joel goes undercover in Stone Mountain, GA to watch an impressive tour director entertain families. Joel wants to see the toll the recession has taken on his people.moreless
In this episode from the first season, Chief Executive Officer Michael Rubin discovers he does not have the skills to handle the packing and shipping requirements for his own company, GSI Commerce. The billion dollar e-commerce business handles the online shipments for several top U.S. retailers, but the undercover boss soon learns that speed over caution can cause injuries in the workplace.moreless
The five remaining contestants compete in interconnected challenges that concern a Commitment Ceremony reception.
Guest Judge: Marcy Blum
Quickfire Challenge: Design a Wedding Reception Menu, Sketch a Wedding Cake and Create a Sample Cold Prawn Canapé in 90 Minutes
Elimination Challenge: Cater a Wedding Reception in Less than 16 Hours
Competition for a spot on a restaurant menu transitions to competition between two faux restaurants created by the remaining six contestants, where the big prize is a chance to go to the Cannes Film Festival.
Guest Judge: Jeffrey Chodorow.
Quickfire Challenge: Craft an Original Sandwich in 30 Minutes.
Elimination Challenge: Create a New Restaurant Concept.