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Isn’t Q-Sine some kind of mathematical term? I dunno, anyhow, everything in this restaurant is funky and weird, especially the decor…
which includes a foolish homage to The Poseidon Adventure
They begin by toasting themselves (in Stoner’s lexicon) as “the most awesomest Top Five” evah! I beg to differ, I think no group has yet found a way to beat Season Six (Vegas) for sheer Top Five talent (which included DirtyBear, Li’l Volt, Big Volt, Bitter Jen and even Fat Kid). Anyhow, a waiter shows up with a bunch of menus, except they’re really knock-off iPads…
and we know they’re knock-offs because no brand logo is ever remotely visible
After the chefs order, McBitchyson and StacheBear start to get into a bit of a tiff when she says she’s no longer listening to anything he says (smart girl!). Stachey replies by needling her about her shitty fried chicken from the prior challenge which he won. ThumbyHead jumps on him for trying to lord it over McBitchyson when he’s only won one challenge. Stachey fires back that Stefan has no room to talk since he hasn’t won any (this time). McBitchy replies with “breakfast sushi”, to which StacheBear responds “Chicken Cordon-Bleu”, because, well, he has no other win he can use besides the fried-chicken, and he can’t go after McBitchyson’s food because she has three Challenge wins, so he’s gonna aim for the easy target, which is ThumbyHead…
most awesomest Top Five evah
Thankfully the waiter returns with their wacky meal which consists of…
When the waiter finally delivers their dessert (a macabre “chocolate tombstone”), Scar and Stone Fox reappear. For a moment Lizzie Borden gets skierd thinking thiy may have to jomp opp and run oaf to cook in a challinge, but no, Scar just reveals that for their Elimination Challinge they will be the ones running dinner service at Q-Zine on the following night, and they will all have to revitalize the classic “Surf’n'Turf” platter. Stone Fox says Surf’n'Turf has a bad reputation because terrible restaurants (such as Applebee’s) will just throw shrimp on top of a barbie steak and call it good, so the chefs will need to come up with their own seafood and landfood combo, and the two proteins need to work together as a single dish.
ThumbyHead tells us that Surf’n'Turf was popular in the 80′s and 90′s (you know, his heyday) so he thinks of it as an “old” dish, and not particularly a favorite, but he insists he’s “super-cweative” so he’s not worried about the challenge at all…
dammit, when are they gonna do a Finnish/German food challenge?