The finalists work in pairs to shoot a promo for their version of a show called "Family Roadtrip!". Among the judges they must try to impress are Ali Larter and Food Network Magazine editor-in-chief Maile Carpenter.
Nine finalists remain for the challenge of delivering trendy remote food reports for Entertainment Tonight (1981). And later, creating an upscale room service experience proves tricky, when dodging comedic curve-balls from guest judges Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Hannah Hart.
Duff Goldman issues an edible challenge. Later, the seven remaining finalists are invited to pair unlikely food ingredients together, for a segment on the Internet talk show, Good Mythical Morning (2012).
The six remaining finalists are tasked with baking a dish from a pantry stocked only with frozen foods; and later, they are split into two teams of three to throw a tiki party with an island-inspired menu.
The three finalists are surprised by the arrival of a former contestant, who's back in the competition after winning "Star Salvation". Later, Aarti Sequeira helps choose who gets to shoot a Food Network pilot, directed by Guy Fieri.