We learn the sweet way not to judge a book by its cover.
The chefs struggle more with a carnival-inspired Elimination Challenge than a one-handed Quickfire Challenge!
Episode 7: Two chefs go home, while others reveal their true colors to the judges.
Episode 6: Ad-Rock issues the toughest challenge yet to our Beastie Boy fan chefs.
The chefs try to create their own candy bar before cooling off at a water park.
Episode 4: Tears are shed (on the part of Bravotv.com's Senior Editor) as the chefs meet the cast of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
Craig tries to step up, but Nelson pays the price.
Some chefs struggled conceptually with the symphony cake challenge.
Sure the season premiere was action-packed, but, seriously, how good did Gail and Johnny look?!
This season's Top Chef Masters winner is somewhat reminiscent of a certain John Cusack character. Somewhat.
The tables turn on some of our country's military men and women, as they get served by the Masters.
The chefs head back to school as they create Elimination Challenge dishes inspired by scientific principles.
The chefs are challenged by creating a meaningful -- but still delicious -- meal for a soon-to-be-engaged couple.
The chefs rock, roll, to varying degrees while cooking for Maroon 5.
Mary Sue wins, George goes home, but we all win with quirky judges.