Hoping to convince her guests in Essex she created the meal herself, she goes to watch it being cooked, but gets a nasty surprise when she is asked to help kill the lobsters for the starter Interior designer Amanda Swanwick-Aharoni hosts a formal banquet on the last night in Essex, hoping to win the £1,000 cash prize with the help of tiaras and a butler.However, the evening proves too pretentious for her guests, who temporarily disappear after the starter.Meanwhile, Kevin Reynolds and Jane Phillips Martin continue to upset the others with their bickering Childminder Neena Rainey hosts the first dinner party in Doncaster, with a menu of mushrooms stuffed with pancetta, noisettes of lamb and lemon chiffon tart.
Fashion designer Ben de Lisi is the first host, preparing an Italian meal for his rivals, presenter Ulrika Jonsson, singer Mica Paris, writer David Quantick and comedienne Helen Lederer.
Celebrity edition of the show in which contestants try to outdo each other by throwing the perfect dinner party The second round sees singer Mica Paris play host with a menu of traditional Jamaican cuisine.
Unfortunately, at the last minute she realises a dish is missing a vital ingredient - and worse still, her guests are without chairs Broadcaster Ulrika Jonsson opts for two dishes she has never cooked before as she plays hostess in her Berkshire mansion.
Things go from bad to worse when she manages to slice her finger, and the meal is nowhere near ready when the guests arrive Comedian Helen Lederer hosts the penultimate meal, but her evening is a catalogue of accidents.
However, guests Neena Rainey and Ross Thompson criticise her for calling on friend John the chef to help out Four people from Newcastle attempt to outdo each other by hosting the perfect dinner party to claim the £1,000 prize.
Barbie collector Lee Eley kicks off proceedings with a James Bond-themed evening complete with bikini-clad waitresses serving Martinis Conservative Party member Brian Moore hosts the next party in Newcastle, determined to show that good food can be bought cheaply by preparing a menu with ingredients from a low-cost supermarket.However, Brenda Mallam is quick to pour scorn on his plan, and demands extra chillis on her starter, claiming it is bland Organic food enthusiast Rebecca Hambley hosts the third party in Newcastle, preparing a Moroccan menu with which she hopes to score maximum points.She omits a vital ingredient from her poppy-seed cake, burns the rice and insults her guests by misspelling their names.Turning to a glass of champagne to calm herself down, she realises the peas in wine are simply raw vegetables devoid of alcohol The dinner party challenge comes to an end as comedy writer David Quantick takes his turn in the kitchen, preparing a meal for fellow contestants Ben de Lisi, Ulrika Jonsson, Mica Paris and Helen Lederer, before the winner is announced Sales rep Jane Phillips Martin is the first contestant of the week in Essex.She plumps for a meal of lamb shanks, but finds herself so busy talking she forgets to prepare any accompanying vegetables - and then injures herself in the kitchen June Tedaldi tries to impress her guests in Essex with an Italian feast, before rounding off the evening with a belly-dancing performance - but Kevin Reynolds remains unimpressed with the company, activities and lack of beer Fitness fanatic Kevin Reynolds decides it is time to put interior designer Amanda Swanwick-Aharoni in her place and serves a healthy meal of carrot soup and salmon for the third dinner party in Essex.However, the alcohol that accompanies the dinner sees him leading his guests through a series of press-ups to burn off the extra calories Trainee actress Keeley Lawrence orders her food from a restaurant, as well as a table, chairs and place settings for her new home.