As they fly over the Grand Canyon, Chris is awestruck at its beauty, he can understand why the Hualapai would never want to leave.
They land and get in to their shameless product plug vehicles. … and drive to the “Grand Canyon Sky Walk,” a glass bottomed horseshoe that overhangs the canyon.
It is an amazing architectural feat- I watched a documentary on it and it is, structurally, amazing. Takashi steps out on to it and is like “Not today.”
But he, courageously, overcomes his fear and steps out onto the horseshoe.
But what the heck are they doing here? They have a meal to cook! Off they go to their cooking site, which is, truly, on the edge of the canyon. They have 2 hours to prep and cook.
Stop making out and cook
Art professes his love for Lorena, even saying he would marry her… if he was straight.
I wouldn’t marry that Old Queen if he was the last man on earth
Dodged a bullet there, girlfriend. Lorena, however, has never seen or cooked with prickly pear before, so this could get dicey.
Thierry is perplexed over his Banana Yucca. He was expecting the Yucca root, but Banana Yucca is the fruit of a cactus and he has no idea what to do with it.
Kerry and Clark are struggling because they really aren’t clicking. Uh, foreshadowing.
And just then, the thunder starts to rumble overhead and then comes the rain. Wait a minute… did one of these Hualapai kids do a rain dance as a goof? That’s a good one. The rain is putting out the fires and nothing is cooking.
Daddy is getting it hot
Chris, every resourceful, flips the grates off his grill and puts griddles right down on the coals. It’s hot as a mo-fo and he keeps on cooking. Then he, kindly, offers his grill to the other teams. Thierry takes him up on the offer and throws his venison on there and says “I think I am looking good! I don’t know about my food though…” Haha. Normally, French people nauseate me but this guy is growing on me.
Art is nervous about his Quail on the fire, they are cooking unevenly. Yup, more foreshadowing.
Back in camp Kerry and Clark- there is disparity. Clark sees their dish as rustic, but Kerry is being Mr. Fancy Pants with the plating. Clark, however, isn’t going to get into a fist fight over it. Too bad. This show could use a good fight. But I have a feeling those honors are going to go to Chris and Art, based on the previews for next week.