Advertisements They get a do over. I think that's fair. Having to step out and be a front man who has never been a front man is a bold move. I think 30 minutes with a wait staff isn't enough time to prep. They aren't interested in polishing glasses and plates. It could be that they were instructed not to do anything that they weren't told to do by the chefs. Casey got lucky that Brian told her to stay away from scented stuff. Dale isn't the only one to blame with the candles, though. Hung smelled them and agreed. I expected the candles to sit and not be lit, though. They put out less smell. I wonder if they have to do the same recipes or if they get to pick different entrees. Oh, and Howie stepped it up and didn't argue. He sucked it up for the team, which showed some major growth, I think. Sounds like the desserts and Hung's entree was the best out of all of them. I think, as a group, all of them worked much better as a team. I think the previous challenge showed that they needed to do that. I'm surprised they only got 4 hours to dress the 'restaurant'. I would've expected more time for that. They can't be expected to have a perfect place when given only a short time. I think they did need to put together a checklist and should've brainstormed in the hotel about what they needed to make sure which tasks were completed and when.