Riding his red bike, Schwinn, the stand up comedian had entered the famous "Top Chef: Texas" that had made the competition among chefs to be simply tough now.
"I love pancakes!" was the real theme of this episode with Pee Wee Herman as guest judge.
"I mean, I'm not going to marry one. But I love them anyway!" Pee Wee comically added.
So, it was all about pleasing the guest with the best of the pancakes that can be baked. But the price offered for making the best pan cake was rather too much, nearly $5000. At a point of time, it seemed that whether we were watching “Top Chef” or some children show.
"I have a lot of childhood issues with runny yolk that I'd have to lay down to talk to you about," commented the guest chef.
His expressions really seemed as, "so excited to be here in Texas." to the host.
While recalling, Pee Wee Herman narrated, "I came here to film 'Pee-wee's Big Adventure,' to the Alamo, many years ago. It's the first time I've been back. It's thrilling. Thank you so much for having me. This has been just a career highlight, honestly. It's been so exciting."
While the busy chefs were busy with their special cooking architecture, "I would say just this - one thing: More butter, “an encouraging statement from Pee Wee Herman. But it could not make those chefs to turn off from the common item used that made the comedian to comment, "Chicken. Lots and lots of chicken."
While the other judges had discussed about the techniques being used at the end of this comic and cooking, it was Lindsay whose pancake was too nicely baked to please the happy go Pee Wee Herman. She was too joyful that Ed, Grayson and Sarah are going to be in the danger zone.