Luca nervously waits in anticipation as the judges taste his dessert.
Gordon and Joe arrive in style on a couple of jet skis, but Graham's entrance makes the biggest splash.
The home cooks must camp overnight and prepare a restaurant-quality meal for the judges with only the ingredients left for them.
The idea of Jessie's parents watching her cook from the balcony is nerve-wracking because they're her biggest critics.
In the second of six MasterChef Cookalong, Eddie Jackson made a Red Snapper with Pineapple Curry Sauce. It's a healthy meal that's packed with flavor.
Luca meets Chef Ramsay's wrath when he serves raw scallops to the guests.
Gordon, Joe and Graham's sons do their best impressions of their dads.
This decision determines which home cooks make it to the Final Four, and the judges aren't taking it lightly.
Follow Becky's instructions and you'll be rewarded overnight with thick, delicious, homemade Ricotta Cheese.
Gordon said no to Luca last year but encouraged him to come back this season and rise above the competition.
Luca struggled early on in the competition, but his continued passion, drive and determination have driven him to succeed.
Lynn may have been known as "Mr. Finesse" up until this point, but Chef Ramsay describes his dessert as the worst plate he's seen in four years.
Unprepared for the masses of hungry surfers, the blue team has run out of assembled tacos.
The eight remaining home cooks have been stranded in the wilderness for an epic team challenge that will test both their culinary creativity and resourcefulness.
Gordon's tendency to dole out wow's in threes doesn't go unnoticed by the home cooks.